Efficacy of Language Learning through Language Laboratory on the Linguistic Creativity and Retention of IXth Class Students of Jammu District

Meenakshi Meenakshi


As such no one can neglect the place of creativity in human civilization. When building a civic society in this country, attention should be paid not only to economic changes, but also to the main treasure of Latvia – its people, their intellectual potential, the development and enhancement of their creativity. It is important to establish what psychological features are characteristic of creative people who are already recognized in society –creative intellectuals in various spheres (artists, scientists, pedagogues etc.). What type of personality structure do they represent? What common traits and individual features do they possess? Whether and how do they differ from those who mainly carry out reproductive functions?

Therefore this study has been an overview of the impact of language training through language laboratory and at the same time it has intended to establish a relationship between creativity and language.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijele.v1i3.3969


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