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This article discusses the thoughts about the awakening of interest in knowledge and its development in the classroom, that it is in the process of learning that interests in knowledge and needs are born and develop, a motivational sphere and a system of cognitive values are formed. The author also pays special attention to one of the most important stages of the lesson, as an independent work of students, which allows you to purposefully and systematically influence the interests of younger students.
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