ARPHA Proceedings 5: 457-476, doi: 10.3897/ap.5.e0457
Development of the students’ creativity in the lessons of native (Russian, Tatar) literature
expand article infoAlfiya F. Galimullina, Rezeda F Mukhametshina, Foat F. Galimullin, Gelyusa F. Kayumova
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The effectiveness of school literature lessons and native literature directly depends on the qualifications of teachers of native (Russian, Tatar) literature; therefore, the importance of the content and form of university studies of a methodological and pedagogical profile is increasing. In particular, at the Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication of the Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University (IFMK KFU), the professional training of graduate students enrolled in the training area of 44.04.01 "Pedagogical Education" includes elective disciplines "Development of the creative beginning of students in the lessons of Tatar literature", "Development and use of innovative teaching materials on literature", which allow forming not only the professional skills of undergraduates but also contribute to the formation of a creative approach to conducting classes in literature.Purpose of the study: to theoretically substantiate and develop practical guidelines for studying native (Tatar, Russian) literature at school based on the development of students' creativity, which will help to increase the emotional and aesthetic impact of literature on students and diversify the methods of working on the text.Research results: in the development of practical classes of elective disciplines conditions are created for the formation of a creative beginning in future teachers of literature and native (Russian and Tatar) literature, as well as for teaching modern innovative and interactive technologies. In the lessons of native (Russian, Tatar) literature students use the following types of discussions: educational-critical, educational-literary, including commentary-textological. Such conversations-dialogues are called “Reading Gabdulla Tukay”, “Reading Renat Kharis”, “Reading Alexander Pushkin”, “Reading Yevgeny Yevtushenko”.
literature teaching methodology, native literature, professional competence, master’s degree in education.