Development of intellectual and creative activity of teenagers in the study of historical and cultural monuments of England

https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1820

Authors

  • Gavkhar Nazarkulovna Pirmanova Doctor of Philosophy in Pedagogy Sciences, Navoi State Pedagogical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • Musallam Akhmadovna Safarova Lecturer, Faculty of Foreign language, Navoi State Pedagogical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • Zilola Farmonovna Khalilova Lecturer, Faculty of Foreign language, Navoi State Pedagogical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • Nargiza Samartdinovna Tashpulatova Lecturer, Faculty of Foreign language, Navoi State Pedagogical Institute, Uzbekistan
  • Nodira Suyundikovna Normatova Lecturer, Faculty of Foreign language, Navoi State Pedagogical Institute, Uzbekistan

Keywords:

activization interest, art heritage England, art heritage, culturological knowledge, foreign language, learn, pedagogical knowledge, pedagogical system

Abstract

The article about the intellectual and creative activity of teenagers is especially productive if it is devoted to the knowledge of artistic values. Here, intelligence and creativity are activated. Moreover, in adolescence, there is a lively interest in art and a great need for its knowledge at the logical-cognitive and artistic-aesthetic levels. In dealing with highly artistic works (in preparing teenagers for their perception and the process itself) logical and artistic thinking develops, with the maximum activation of creative thinking and imagination, generalization, and one's attitude, as well as reproduction. However, this is not enough for teenagers: intellectual and creative potential requires its implementation in any activity of cognition. It is in this process of intellectual and creative development with the result of activities (for example, cognitive and educational) that the personality of adolescents is formed.

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Published

2021-11-20

How to Cite

Pirmanova, G. N., Safarova, M. A., Khalilova, Z. F., Tashpulatova, N. S., & Normatova, N. S. (2021). Development of intellectual and creative activity of teenagers in the study of historical and cultural monuments of England. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 1346-1354. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1820

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