Alan Maley's 50 Creative Activities
Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers
Alan Maley's 50 Creative Activities is based on the belief that fostering creativity leads to the development of more critical and exploratory mind-sets. It contains an extensive range of activities covering creative writing, working with music and sound, working with drama and the voice, playing with language and hands-on activities. Drawing on the work done in creativity studies, Alan Maley considers how new ideas are generated and makes a distinction between the processes which stimulate creativity and creative products.
- Activities are suitable for a variety of levels or can be adapted for different levels, making them relevant for all teachers.
- Draws upon generic processes which can be applied to different kinds of inputs, helping teachers produce creative activities of their own.
- Tips are numbered and organised into clear sections, helping teachers quickly and easily navigate the content.
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