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The article presents the interactive method of brainstorming as one of the excellent teaching strategy to generate ideas on a given topic. It characterizes the stages of the brainstorming session. The article suggests tips for the teachers how to organize the process of brainstorming more affectively. The author’s attention is focused on the advantages of this teaching method. It is also mentioned about the theory of Alex Osborn and its steps involved in the creative process of brainstorming.
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