Development of students' critical thinking abilities through active literary analysis approaches




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The topic of the essay is how to cultivate critical thinking through literary works. It stands for a variety of analytical, research, and cognitive techniques meant to stimulate mental processes while reading and understanding literary texts. Additionally, it emphasizes the active literary analysis techniques that foster critical thinking in students, such as event analysis, fishbone structures, and socionist analysis. The study's findings demonstrated that today's openness in literary education permits a variety of methods and resources for examining the linguistic and fictional "fabric" of literary texts.


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How to Cite

Kovpik, S. (2023). Development of students’ critical thinking abilities through active literary analysis approaches. Ukrainian Journal of Educational Studies and Information Technology, 11(1), 26–37.