On the salience of becoming a creative foreign language teacher
Krzysztof Polok – Eva Mala – Daniela Muglova
The paper discusses the aspects of creativity found to be essential for a foreign language teacher. The elements of professionally anchored creativity, having been juxtaposed with the segments of a language lesson, are meant to serve as a form of illustration that the final effect of any foreign language course depends on a creativity-based organization. Thus, an attempt to contrast and subsequently analyze script-labeled teacher approaches to foreign language education is made, and different creativity-inducing forms of foreign language lesson organization are presented in the paper.
Key words: foreign languages, creativity, creativity features, creativity types