This collection of chapters on various aspects of creativity in language learning and teaching arose partly from discussions at the IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) Conference in Harrogate in 2014, in the context of the newly formed C Group (Creativity for Change in Language Education).
A majority of the contributors to the volume are, in fact, members of the C Group.
The call for papers attracted over 200 proposals, from which we had the unenviable task of selecting just 18.
It was the aim of the editors in sorting and selecting these chapters to show that creativity isn’t something which is reserved for a specific part of a course or a lesson, but that it is something which can and should be integrated into every aspect of our classroom practice and at every level of our learners’ experience.
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Creativity in the English language classroom