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Social science in Soviet secondary schools

United States. Office of Education. Comparative Research Branch. Eastern Europe Unit.

Social science in Soviet secondary schools

syllabus of the new course.

by United States. Office of Education. Comparative Research Branch. Eastern Europe Unit.

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Published by U.S. Office of Education; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

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  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Soviet Union.,
    • Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Secondary)

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsH62.5.R9 U6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 23 p.
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL260776M
      LC Control Numberhew66000131

      Before turning to the question of social science proper, let us first take a look at what has happened to the student body in the USSR. Since the Revolution education has made enormous strides. In the school year I the primary and secondary schools had i, pupils per io,ooo population, a higher ratio than in Great Britain, Germany. Purchase Russian Social Science Reader - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,

        Teaching the Social Sciences and History in Secondary Schools seriously addresses the topic of content in the social studies curriculum. Content-specific chapters are written by discipline experts; numerous teaching and learning activities are adaptable for use with secondary s: 1.   Since perpetuating and maintaining the Soviet political system have also involved managing the “ building of Communism ” (i.e., the transformation of the social, economic, and political fabric and character of the society), the logical basis for upbringing in Soviet schools has been the broad, societal concept of citizenship.

        Alan J. Singer is a social studies educator in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York and the editor of Social Science Docket (a joint publication of the New York and New Jersey Councils for Social Studies). Dr. Singer received the National Council for the Social Studies Program of Excellence Award for the "New York State Great Reviews: 2.   The changes, which were approved on Aug. 28, will affect the Soviet Union's institutions of higher learning, including more than 60 universities as well as specialized secondary schools.


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Social science in Soviet secondary schools by United States. Office of Education. Comparative Research Branch. Eastern Europe Unit. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Education in the Soviet Union was guaranteed as a constitutional right to all people provided through state schools and education system which emerged after the establishment of the Soviet Union in became internationally renowned for its successes in eradicating illiteracy and cultivating a highly educated population.

Get this from a library. Social science: a textbook for Soviet secondary schools. [Georgiǐ Khosroevich Shakhnazarov; United States. Joint Publications Research Service.; et al]. Get this from a library. Social science in Soviet secondary schools: syllabus of the new course.

[United States. Office of Education. Comparative Research Branch. Eastern Europe Unit.] -- "Part I of the report provides a brief background on the development of the course.

Part II presents the English translation of the original text of the course syllabus as published by the Soviet. The Soviet secondary school is an important topic for comparative educationalists and also for political scientists interested in how the Soviet education system shapes the outlook of Soviet children.

This book charts developments in the Soviet secondary school, beginning in the prerevolutionary period and coming right up to the present. This book offers secondary social studies teachers useful, classroom tested, techniques for teaching the social sciences and humanities.

A critical perspective is cast on key ideas that relate to engaged citizenship in our representative democracy.3/5(1). The decision of the Party Central Committee to include a popular course in social science in the senior year curriculums of secondary schools and specialized secondary schools has been received with general satisfaction.

This new subject is a powerful instrument of ideological education. The school system which had prevailed during the 's was abolished Previous methods and principles were criticized, and gen-eral elements were condemned and repudiated A modified au-thoritarian and formal learning school was established.

The Central Committee attacked especially the social sciences, which it regarded. Inafter being tested in a number of schools, a new course, entitled “Social Science,” was introduced in all secondary schools in the Soviet Union. Email Us: [email protected] Phone Numbers: / Open Hours: 8am- pm / Mon - Thurs 8am - pm / Fri.

Know the social science subjects offered in various secondary schools, universities, higher institutions – in Nigeria and elsewhere. If you are a secondary school student, especially those thinking of which course to study in the university, you might be wondering what subjects fall into social science category or what O’level subjects (or JAMB subjects) are required to study social.

Social science; textbook for the graduating class of secondary schools and secondary specialized educational institutions. [Georgiǐ Khosroevich Shakhnazarov] Home.

WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # Soviet Union\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Teaching the Social Sciences and History in Secondary Schools: A Methods Book. Social Science Education Consortium, Inc., Boulder, CO.

This book offers more serious consideration of content in the social studies curriculum by including content-specific chapters written by discipline experts. This is the list of books that Russian children are required or recommended to read at school.

Note that soviet children were required to read a different list, some titles were excluded and some were added in post-soviet Russian curriculum. The list is not exact, it may differ from school to school but not much.

Portions of this paper are based on my paper, “The Soviet Challenge in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education,” chapter 5 in the book Science Education in Global Perspective: Lessons from Five Continents, edited by Margrete Siebert Klein and F.

James Rutherford, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Selected SymposiumBoulder, CO: Westview Press,pp. press release: new 4 year level for all secondary schools (year 9, y y year 12) Fa’aulufaleina o Alo ma Fanau Aoga mo le Aoga Amata ma le Aoga Tulagalua a le Malo i Tafaigata.

Tufatufaina ma le Fa’amatu’uina atu o Meata’alo mai Ta’aloga a le Pasefika (Pacific Games) mo Aoga Maualuluga (Kolisi). • Student’s books for each of the first three years of secondary school (Form 1, 2, 3 / Grade 7, 8, 9) • Clear and accessible explanations of each topic • Practical activities, ideas for research, projects and discussions throughout to engage students and to bring topics to life.

Education Department/Soviet Academy of Sciences agreement that “links students, teachers, administrators in U.S. and Soviet schools by computer and video-telephone lines.” Mr. Copen said “Soviet officials are es-pecially interested in studying the effects of telecommunications on intercultural under-standing, teaching methods, and learning.

Books. Background Information: Kirschenbaum, Lisa. Small Comrades: Revolutionizing Childhood in Soviet Russia, (New York and London: Routledge Falmer, ). In this book, Kirschenbaum traces the institution of kindergarten in the Soviet Union, and uses early childhood education as a lens to understand the Bolshevik ideological.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Philip, W. Social science and social studies in secondary schools. London: Longmans, (OCoLC) History-Social Science Framework The State Board of Education adopted the History-Social Science Framework on J Curriculum frameworks provide guidance to educators, parents, and publishers, to support implementing California content standards.

Several experimental schools, particularly in Novosibirsk, a center of Soviet science and research, are testing this approach. At least two experimental schools here, using a new Bulgarian.The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) formerly known as National Open School (NOS) was established in November as an autonomous organization in pursuance of National Policy on Education by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.

NIOS is providing a number of Vocational, Life Enrichment and community oriented courses besides General .SINCE the beginning of the nineteenth century science and technology have been playing a greater and greater rôle in shaping the lives of individuals, communities and nations.

This has been true particularly in the West, where economic, social and political institutions and customs have been largely transformed by technological advances based on scientific accomplishments.