Journal’s content № 8 2023

Actual theme: Formation of schoolchildren’s skills in history lessons

M.V. Korotkova. Formation system of school skills in practice of history teaching: yesterday, today, tomorrow.
The article is devoted to the problems of concept of school skills in different interpretations. The author discloses different points of view of concept of school skills in pedagogics and in methods history teaching, stages of formation school skills. On basis of learning problem the article considers different classifications of skills accordingly modern tendency of development of methods history teaching. The article adduces example of formation school skills and its diagnosing on basis of leaning ancient history.
Keywords: skills, universal school operation, approach skills, communication skills, research skills, stages of formation of school skills.

E.A. Ilienkova. Development of visual skills among 8th-grade students in studyng russian culture of the second half of the 18th century.
This article is concerned with the issue of developing students’ skills of working with visual aids as part of history classes. The author provides an example of a model lesson for 8th-grade students on the following topic: «Russian painting and sculpture in the second half of the 18th century». The lesson includes different types of tasks for developing visual skills so that it is aimed at helping the teacher facilitate students’ aquisition of visual skills when studying Russian culture of the 18th century.
Keywords: skills, visual skills, visual clarity, images for educational purposes, cognitive tasks.

K.V. Shilova. Formation of communicative skills of the children with ASD is studied on history teaching.
In the article the relevance of the problem of communicative skills formation by the children with ASD is studied, basic approaches to operate with the situation are stated and a special lesson which counts features of educational process in frames of inclusive education is developed.
Keywords: communicative skills, autism spectrum disorders, special educational conditions.

History and Society

N.A. Sakharov. A.M. Sakharov and his collaboration with the journal «Teaching history at school»: to the 100th anniversary of the scientist.
The article is devoted to the teaching, scientific and scientific-organizational activities of the prominent historian A.M. Sakharov, who worked for 30 years at the Faculty of History of Moscow State University, professor, head of the Department of History of the USSR during the period of feudalism in 1975-1978, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR for 1982. The activities of A.M. Sakharov in the field of teaching history at school and in the preparation of school textbooks on history.
Keywords: history education, cultural history, history textbooks.

I.E. Barykina. «For the common good»: the Imperial Lyceum in an era of change.
The article discusses a new book on the history of the Imperial Lyceum. The essays collected in this edition present a new perspective on the activities of this educational institution, its mentors and graduates. The history of the Lyceum is presented against the backdrop of key events in the history of the country.
Keywords: Imperial lyceum, lyceum students, Russian empire, historiography.

I.N. Strekalov. «Khrustalev’s soul is alive….». The image of the chairman of the St. Petersburg Soviet of 1905 G.S. Khrustalev-Nosar in the satirical press (1905-1907).
The article examines the image of the chairman of the St. Petersburg Soviet of Workers’ Deputies 1905, G.S. Khrustalev-Nosar, in satirical newspapers and magazines from the period of the First Russian Revolution (1905-1907), and this point had not been previously studied by researchers. The author concludes that Khrustalev-Nosar was considered by contemporaries as a significant figure in the context of the revolutionary events of that era.
Keywords: revolution, satire, press, 1905, prime minister.

S.S. Atlasova, N.V. Emelyanova. On organizational issues of historical reconstruction.
The article is devoted to the organizational aspects of historical reconstruction. Historical reconstruction is a very popular leisure activity in the modern world. Recreating the past in the present attracts the attention of many people. However, military-historical reconstruction can be attributed to extreme activities involving a risk to the health of the participant. Any historical reconstruction must be taken into account and carried out in compliance with safety regulations.
Keywords: historical reconstruction, mass event, military-historical reconstruction, safety precautions.

P.V. Gusterin. Alexandria of Egypt.
The article is dedicated to the Egyptian city of Alexandria in the ancient period of its existence. The author’s view is given at little-known facts, as a result of which the history of the city receives a new reading. The article is comprehensive so that the Reader can get a whole picture of the life of one of the greatest cities of the ancient world.
Keywords: Ancient world, sentience, science.

A.V. Paletskykh. War crimes committed by the armed forces of the United States and Great Britain in wars and military conflicts in 1991-2020.
The topic under study has an actual historical and political importance. The author of the publication analyzed a number of wars and military conflicts involving the United States and Great Britain during 1991-2020, which were accompanied by the manifestation of cruelty to the enemy and the use of criminal methods of warfare. But whenever the United States and Great Britain decided to invade the territory of other states by armed forces, they considered their actions quite legitimate and not contrary to international law.
Keywords: USA and Great Britain, war crimes, international law, insurgents, mass character, national independence, killing of civilians, violation of International law.


O.A. Frantsuzova, E.K. Kalutskaya. Methodological recommendations for the design of social studies lessons on the topic «Spiritual Culture» (advanced level).
The article discusses methodological recommendations for conducting social studies lessons in the X grade on the topic of «Spiritual culture» at an advanced level. The features of the presentation of theoretical material about material and spiritual culture are revealed. The topic creates a basis for studying questions about the forms and types of culture: folk, mass, elite; youth subculture, counterculture; diversity and dialogue of cultures. The presented materials can be used both in the classroom and in extracurricular activities.
Keywords: spiritual culture, social studies, advanced level.

M.S. Uvarova. Teaching the subject «Fundamentals of the Spiritual and Moral Culture of the Peoples of Russia» using the resources of the city (on the example of the Yuzhnoye Butovo district of Moscow).
The article reveals the understanding of urban educational resources and the practice of their use in the educational process. The author’s typology of tasks on the subject «Fundamentals of the Spiritual and Moral Culture of the Peoples of Russia», as well as tasks using the urban resources of the Yuzhnoye Butovo district of Moscow on one of the topics of the course, is given.
Keywords: urban object, urban resource, educational environment, culture, education.

Young scientists’ works

A.M. Uvarov. Bernard Lonergan’s Methodology of Science: Humanities, Philosophy and Theology.
This article analyzes the transcendental method of Bernard Lonergan. The author demonstrates Lonergan’s contribution to the understanding of science and the scientific method.
Keywords: Methodology, scientific method, Bernard Lonergan.

E.E. Sorokin.
Military march of the Nizhny Novgorod militia during the Patriotic War of 1812.
The article examines the history of the creation of the Nizhny Novgorod militia march in the era of the Patriotic War of 1812. Special attention is paid to the role of the periodical press in the War of 1812.
Keywords: military song, Nizhny Novgorod militia, the Patriotic war of 1812, the journal «Bulletin of Europe», the people’s war.

R. Marouf. Religious beliefs and oriental funeral practices in the Eneolithic period.
The article is devoted to the topic of eastern religious beliefs and funerary customs in the Eneolithic era. The author in the article highlights the Chalcolithic era, showing the relationship between the development of crafts, funerary customs and religious beliefs of the people of the ancient East. It begins by describing how the development of crafts influenced the transition from worshipping the feminine as the embodiment of divine power, to a patriarchal system. The author then describes how the cult of the mother goddess arose and how it was influenced by the transition from a hunter’s way of life to an agricultural society. The author then traces the relationship between the development of religious beliefs and ideas about the world, which influenced the development of funerary customs, which in turn influenced the architecture of culture as a whole. In conclusion, the author, based on the text of the article, leads us to the conclusion that the skill of working copper eventually led mankind to the invention of writing, the development of the first cities, as well as the evolution of religious beliefs.
Keywords: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient East, Eneolithic beliefs, Eneolithic burial customs.


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