Creative Activation Of Students' Potential At Georgian Literature Lessons In Primary Classes

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Levan Jinjikhadze


The paper examines a number of problematic issues from a pedagogical and psychological point of view. It discusses two types of imagination (passive and active), the development of students’ research skills in the context of forming teaching, increasing students' motivation, creativity and techniques of research skills which must necessarily provide for the strict observance of pedagogical-organizational conditions and on which the ideas of humane pedagogy, personal-oriented and activity-oriented approaches must be based.

The paper also analyzes four blocks of skills how to organize learning activities:
1. Ability to organize their activities;
2. Knowledge and skills of research characteristics;
3. Ability to process information;
4. Ability to present the results of their work.

In addition, it provides a general overview of what types of work and what pedagogical teaching methods can be used by a teacher at Georgian language and literature lessons according to the classes and how to develop and form students' research skills.

We think that the use of such approaches and methods in teaching language and literature lessons will enable us to solve the problem of developing students' research skills.

Creative potential, imagination, creative processes, research method, motivation
Published: Nov 21, 2021

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Jinjikhadze, L. . (2021). Creative Activation Of Students’ Potential At Georgian Literature Lessons In Primary Classes. Proceedings of Tskhum-Abkhazian Academy of Sciences, 21, 253–264. Retrieved from
Author Biography

Levan Jinjikhadze, Sokhumi State University

PhD in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Sokhumi State University