DOI: 10.24411/2470-1262-2020-00006


Our analysis of the teaching process as well as a number of available course books concluded us that their authors are reluctant to include exercises aimed at realising students’ intellectual potential. It is often easy to predict the development of a given communicative activity. Our experience as teachers shows that it is quite unpopular among teachers to engage students in activities, which would encourage them to make use of their creativity and extra-linguistic knowledge. The eclectic approach to language teaching enables us to include in the teaching process diverse exercises stimulating students’ intellectual potential. Students cannot predict how such exercises will develop, which adds variety to the teaching process and prepares students for autonomous thinking. We argue that such activities bring satisfactory results, because they have been met with great interest and enjoyed popularity among many monolingual and multilingual student groups.

Keywords: intellectual potential, component, creative, autonomous thinking, creativity teaching, education, polycultural space


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Information about the auother:

Zarembska-Tzhensovska Eva (Warsaw, Poland) – senior lecturer, lecturer a foreign languages, University of Warsaw, Krakovskie Przedmiestie 26/28, 00-970 Warsaw, Poland.


Publication: Publication and a book  for students and thesis examination of Journalism and International Relation. test exam  at  University of  Warsaw: Poem :<Not Dragonfly>Library National in Warsaw;  numerous  Publication  for Congress  linguistic and literary world  global;

Research /dissertation Dostoevsky and Philosophy, University of Wroclaw


 I would like to express many thank to professor Tadeusz  Bodio  the faculty of Science Politics in a University of  Warsaw for a long time co-operation and valuable hint. I am grateful to Professor Adam Woitashchik the faculty European for consulting, that take notice of global aspect problems. I would like to express many thank for proofreading the manuscript and his invaluable remarks.

For citation: Zarembska – Tzhensovska Eva, (2020). Realizing the Intellectual Potential of Students of Russian as a Foreign Language a Uniform Educational Polycultural Environment. Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science. Vol.5, Issue 4 (2020), pp. 54-60 (in USA)