Journal’s content № 8 2020

Actual theme: Group work in history and social studies lessons

I.V. Krutova. Organization of group work in teaching history and social studies.
The article discusses the goals and mechanisms of organizing group work of schoolchildren, identifies typical errors in the organization of group training, and provides some methodological recommendations.
Key words: group work, training, educational results.

History and Society

V.N. Zakharov, Ya.V. Soloviev. Restoration of Russian-English trade relations at the beginning of the reign of Peter I.
The article is devoted to the restoration in the late 17th — early 18th centuries trade contacts between Russia and England and the role of the tobacco trade in this.
Key words: Russia, England, «Moscow company», Peter the Great, «Great embassy», the tobacco trade.

A.B. Sokolov. English caricature of the second half of the 18th — early 19th centuries.
The increase of interest to visual sources, especially to caricature, both in contemporary historical studies and in teaching history, is stressed in this article. The author mentions that caricature as special genre has gained extreme popularity in England in the second half of XVIII and beginning of XIX century, and analyses social and political causes of this phenomenon, as well as effect on public life of the country.
Key words: caricature, England, second half of the XVIII — beginning of the XIX century, monarchy, George III, J. Gillray, image of the «Other», Russia.

V.V. Sinichenko, I.A. Potemkin. Undercover agents in the work of the gendarmerie and military counterintelligence in the east of the Russian Empire on the eve and during the First World War.
The article examines the activities of counterintelligence departments of tsarist Russia during the First World War and civil wars. The activities of the military counterintelligence and gendarmerie bodies were in the organization of external surveillance, the creation of an apparatus of secret agents and the arrest of spies — the so-called «liquidation».
Keywords: сorrespondence, military censorship, correspondence, prisoners of war, Primorye, external surveillance, secret agents.

D.N. Karaichev. Beginning of teaching the Ukrainian language in Crimean schools in the second half of the 1950s: forced Ukrainianization or hidden Russification?
Based on archival materials, the article examines the controversial thesis put forward by the Ukrainian scientist O.G. Bazhan, that in the school education of the Crimea in 1950-1960. practiced «hidden Russification». This phenomenon is considered in the context of the general process of Ukrainization on the Crimean peninsula of the period under review.
Key words: USSR, Ukrainian SSR, ukrainisation, national policy, ethnos and national relationships, domestic policy, education, standards and programs.

A.M. Demydov, L.O. Zatolokina. Influence of colonialism on the development of Africa.
The article considers political, economic and social aspects of the impact colonialism has made on African countries. The research highlights the controversial nature of colonial legacy in Africa.
Key words: Africa, colonialism, еuropeans.

V.V. Tulubets. Activities of Soviet Law Enforcement Agencies against Estonian Nationalists after Liberation of Estonia from Nazi Occupiers.
The author of the publication proved that the activities of law enforcement agencies of the USSR in Soviet Estonia after it`s liberation from the German occupiers were aimed at neutralizing the resistance of the Estonian nationalist underground and ensuring sustainable socio-economic development of Estonia.
Key words: Estonian SSR, Soviet law enforcement agencies, German intelligence services, Nazi agents and saboteurs.


E.E. Vyazemsky, O.Yu. Strelova. Calendar of educational events and education of the memory culture of Russian schoolchildren as an actual task of teachers.
The authors of the article reveal theoretical and practical approaches to the education of memory culture of Russian schoolchildren based on the Calendar of educational events as a pedagogical tool for working with images of the past in the name of the future.
Key words: Calendar of educational events, culture of memory, an educational.

M.N. Rudenko. Interdisciplinary connections as a factor in motivating students to study history and social studies.
The article examines examples of interdisciplinary connections in the study of history and social studies, shows how they can be used to increase the motivation of students.
Key words: intersubject connections, motivation, motivation factor.

E.F. Bekhtenova, Ju.V. Druzhinina. «Sickle and hammer, stars and gears, wheat ears and rockets…»: agitational textile of the 1920-1930s at the history lessons.
The authors of the article substantiate the relevance of using textile propagandistic drawings in history lessons at school as a historical source. An algorithm for analyzing textile patterns as a historical source is proposed. The conclusion is drawn on the importance of using propagandistic textiles in history lessons for the students to successfully understand the features of the industrialization process in the Soviet state, and to assimilate by students the main events and images symbolizing this period.
Key words: modern history lesson, historical source, propagandistic textiles, industrialization.

T.A. Polkovnikova. Formation of communicative literacy of schoolchildren on the material of the history of the Great Patriotic War and the siege of Leningrad.
The author studies the role of teaching communication skills to students; considers the ways of using historical material devoted to the events of the Great Patriotic War and the Siege of Leningrad in teaching communication skills; describes possible teaching strategies, teaching techniques, other ways of organizing the learning process; gives sample plans for lessons, extracurricular activities and homeroom periods.
Key words: the Great Patriotic War, the siege of Leningrad, communicative literacy, functional literacy, communicative universal learning skills, debate.

Young scientists’ works

A.K. Mordovin-Zalessky. High command structure of the Russian army in the First world war in diaries of contemporaries.
The article reflects the problem of a new look at the personality in history based on diaries, memoirs and other EGO documents. The objects of the study were selected generals N.V. Ruzsky, A.A. Brusilov and M.V. Alekseev, since there are various assessments of the activities of these generals, which makes it possible to subject them to critical perception.
Key words: World War I; generals; EGO documents; critical analysis; personality in history.

E.E. Sorokin. V.F. Raevsky in the Patriotic war of 1812.
This article examines the biography and work of V. F. Rayevsky during the Patriotic war of 1812. The paper studies the relationship between historical events and literature as an important socio-political factor. The purpose of the research is to study the Patriotic war of 1812 in literature, poetry, memoirs and memoirs of participants and contemporaries.
Key words: the Patriotic war of 1812, socio-political thought, V.F. Rayevsky, poetry, the battle of Borodino.

Опубликовано в Журнал в 2020 году.

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