APPLYING PRACTICE-ORIENTED RESEARCH TO DESIGN AND DEVELOP A COURSE MODULE ON CREATIVE WRITING

Komal Ansari, Salma Baloch

Abstract


Most of studies investigating creative or artistic practice tend to follow a specific model of research. This model emphasizes examining ‘academic knowledge within the chosen conceptual framework of a particular creative field, and critically reflecting on the practitioner’s subjective or tacit as well as their explicit knowledge’ (Batzoglou, 2012:13). This research study is closely aligned to the same. The purpose of current research is to investigate and comprehend the nature of Creative Writing pedagogy, thereby leading to the design and development of a practice-oriented course module, which could mean a strategic establishment of the writing practice in the Institute of English Language and Literature at the University of Sindh, Jamshoro. The area of studies has been a non-researched and non-specialized field in the institute thus far, and the study therefore highlights why it is imperative to plan basic research into the more practical genre of creative processing for the IELL students.

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