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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 2337-2353

Developing Divergent Thinking In The Efl Classroom

Mónica Viviana Rios Rodriguez, Astrid Ramirez Valencia.


This research project studied how to promote divergent thinking based on problems in English teaching as a foreign language, considering that educational institutions should promote the understanding of English language using activities that encourage creativity and innovation, providing tools to face personal and academic challenges for today's world. In conclusion, it is stated that schools should be recognized as a scenario to address realities that encourage the implementation of communicative and creative skills in students when they are learning a foreign language.

Key words: Creativity, divergent thinking, problem-based learning, English as a foreign language.

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