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dc.contributor.authorFatima Benlamri-
dc.description.abstractWithout creativity we have no art, no literature, no science, no innovation, no problem solving, and no progress. And it is, perhaps, less obvious that creativity has an equally essential role in education. That’s why it is of utmost importance to enhance creativity in teaching in order to promote students’ learning skills especially speaking, through the use of authentic activities, teaching for understanding and pleasure and this requires engaging students in a flexible and innovative ways. This study aims at identifying common factors responsible for teachers’ creative teaching .Hence; the understanding of the influential aspects of teachers’ creative teaching should provide us a better insight into how to further improve the effectiveness of creative teaching .For this reason we hypothesize that if teachers understand the creative process; they can choose content, plan lessons, organize materials, and even grade assignments in creative ways that help students develop their speaking skills. This study is based on two questionnaires administrated to both third -year LMD students and teachers of Oral Expression at the English Department to get information about the impact of creative teaching on developing the learner’ speaking skill.The analysis of the questionnaire showed that both learners and teachers consider the role and the need for the implementation of creative teaching as an important aspect in enhancing students speaking skillsen_US
dc.titleCreative Teaching To Increase Students’ Achievements in Speakingen_US
dc.typeMasters thesisen_US
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