Seminar 5. Work with the textbook and reference literature on history. Studying sources and literature in history lessons

Seminar2. Types of lessons and their classification

Purpose: to characterize the types of lessons and the main methodological requirements for their conduct

Basic concepts : lesson types

Questions:

1. Methodology for conducting an introductory lesson

2. Lesson methodology for learning new material

3. Basic methodological requirements for conducting a combined lesson

4. Control lesson and methodology for its implementation

5. Methodology for conducting a lesson on testing and recording knowledge

6. Lessons of generalized repetition

7. Lessons of final repetition

Literature

1. Topical issues of methods of teaching history in high school / Ed. A.G. Koloskova. – M., 1984. – S. 226-239.

2. Bespalko V.P. Components of pedagogical technology. – M., 1989.

3. Vagin A.A. Methods of teaching history. – M., 1972. – S. 152-170.

4. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. Methods of teaching history at school. – M., 1999. – S. 89-106.

5. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. Methods of teaching history at school. – M.: Vlados, 2000. – S. 170-131.

6. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. Methodical recommendations for the teacher of history. – M.: Vlados, 2002. – S. 137-146.

7. Dairy N.G. Methods for the current testing of students’ knowledge of history. – M., 1958.

8. Dairy N.G. Checking the knowledge and cognitive activity of students. – M., 1960.

9. Dmitriev V.A. Tests and educational activities of schoolchildren // PIS – 2000. – No. 8.

10. Korotkova M.V., Studenikin M.T. Methods of teaching history in diagrams, tables, descriptions. – M., 1999. – S.137-141.

11. Leibengrub P.S. On repetition in the lessons of the history of the USSR in the VI-X grades. – M., 1987.

12. Methods of teaching history in high school: A guide for teachers / Ed. F.P. Korovkin. – M., 1978. – Part 1. – S. 183-193.

13. Methods of teaching history at school: A guide for teachers / Ed. N.G.Dairy. – M., 1978. – Part 2. – S. 112-119.

14. Methods of teaching history in secondary school: A textbook for students of ped.in.-tov on special. 2108 “History” / S.A. Ezhova, A.V. Druzhkova and others – M., 1986. – S. 236-244.

15. Pasman T.B. Control tests // Teaching history at school. – 1996. – No. 7.

16. Starobinskaya G.I. Generalizing repetition in the course of the history of the Middle Ages // Teaching history at school. – 1998. – No. 6.

17. Stepanischev A.T. Methods of teaching and studying history. – M.: Vlados, 2002. – S. 221-243.

18. Yakovlev N.I., Sokhor A.M. Methods and technique of the lesson at school. – 1998. – No. 6.

Seminar 3. Analysis and introspection of the history lesson

Purpose: to consider modern requirements for analysis and introspection in the professional activity of a history teacher.

Basic concepts : analysis and introspection of the lesson

Questions:
1. Forms of analysis of the history lesson.

A) short

B) structural

B) systemic

D) full

D) combined

E) psychological

G) didactic

H) aspect

2. Factors determining self-analysis of the professional activity of a history teacher.

3. Practical task to analyze the history lesson.

Literature.

6. Strazhev A. I. Methods of teaching history. – M., 1969

7. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. and others. Historical education in modern Russia: Reference manual for teachers. – M .: Russian Word, 2006.

8. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. How to teach history in schools today. – M .: Education, 1999.

Seminar 4. Methods and techniques for teaching history

Purpose: to form students’ understanding of the main methods and techniques of teaching history in a modern school; to determine the possibilities for a history teacher to achieve the optimal result of professional activity by selecting the most effective methods and techniques for teaching history.

Basic concepts : methods, techniques, teaching aids, learning technologies, passive, active and interactive teaching methods.

Questions:
1. Methods and techniques for teaching history: concept, functions, typology.

2. Classification of teaching methods.

3. Passive, active and interactive teaching methods.

4. Selection of methods and techniques as a methodological task.

Literature.
Main.
1. Babansky Yu.K. Optimization of the educational process at school. – M., 1982
2. Mountain P.V. Methodical methods and means of visual teaching of history. – M., 1971
3. Historical education in modern Russia: a reference manual for teachers / Comp. E.E. Vyazemsky, O.Yu. Strelova, M.V. Korotkova, I.N. Ionov. – M., 1997
4. Korotkova M.V., Studenikin M.G. Methods of teaching history: Theoretical course: Authorized presentation book. – M., 1993. – p. 144-147.
5. Krever G.A. Empirical and theoretical way of knowledge in teaching history // Teaching history at school. – 1973. – No. 5
6. Lerner, I.Ya. Didactic foundations of teaching methods / I.Ya. Lerner. – M., 1981
Additional.
1. Vagin A.A. Methods of teaching history in secondary school. – M., 1968. – Chapters 3, 4.
2. Shapoval V.V. Tasks that motivate cognitive activity // Teaching history and social science at school. – 2006. – No. 3. – P. 34-38
4. Yudovskaya A.Ya. Using game methods in an elective course // Teaching history and social studies at school. – 2006. – No. 4. – P. 43-51

Seminar 5. Work with the textbook and reference literature on history. Studying sources and literature in history lessons

Purpose: to get acquainted with the methods of working with a textbook and with reference literature on history

characterize the types of historical sources, get acquainted with the methods of working with historical sources and methods of using literature in history lessons.

Key concepts: “new generation” textbooks, complete lines of history textbooks, structural components of a history textbook, reference literature, historical sources

Questions:

1. Structural analysis of the content of the school paragraph (optional).

2. Methods of working with the textbook (on the example of the chosen topic of the lesson):

a) initial acquaintance with the history textbook;
b) explanatory (commented) reading of the text;
c) work with terms, conclusions in the text;
d) the use of questions and tasks in the textbook;
e) work with illustrations

3. Types of reference literature on history

Methods of working with reference literature on history in the classroom.

4. Types of historical sources. Requirements for a historical document in history lessons in different age groups.

5. Methods of working with sources in the classroom. Teaching students how to work with historical sources. Schoolchildren’s skills.

6. Works of artistic historical literature in the lesson, their types. Techniques for using fiction in history lessons.

7. A comprehensive study of scientific, popular and fiction by schoolchildren. Methodological approaches to the problem of correlation between the text of the textbook and the primary source in teaching history.

Independent work: “A school history textbook – a source of knowledge and / or a means of learning?”

Literature

1. Biryukov S.A. Working with archival documents in history lessons // Teaching history at school. – 1999. – No. 5. – S. 16-23.

2. Dumin S., Sorokin V. The Decembrist Revolt: A set of documents. – M., 1993.

3. History of the USSR in documents and illustrations (1917 – 1980). Reader for the teacher. Comp. V.I.Vinogradov. Moscow: Education, 1980.

4. Ioffe A.N. Using sources to familiarize schoolchildren with the political thought of the past // Social science at school – 1998. – No. 4.

5. Klokova G., Rosenthal I. Russia, 1917: A set of documents. – M., 1993.

6. Korotkova M.V. Methods of teaching history in diagrams, tables, descriptions. – M., 1999. – S. 124-132.

7. Lisova K. The use of documents in the lessons of history and ethnology // Public education. – 2001. – No. 1.

8. Studenikin M.T. Methods of teaching history at school. – M., 2000. – S. 131-142.

9. Stepanischev A.T. Methods of teaching and studying history at school. – M., 2002. – S. 98-124.

10. Kharlamova E.V., Ilyina T.I. Work with sources in the lessons of history // PI and OSH. – 2003. – No. 1. – P.71-72.

11. Khrapchenkova Z.M. Working with historical sources // Teaching history at school. – 1986. – No. 1.

Literature

1. Topical issues of methods of teaching history in high school / Ed. A.G. Koloskova. – M., 1984. – S. 226-239.

2. Aleksashkina L.N. school history textbooks: trends and prospects // Teaching history and social studies at school. 2001. No. 10.

3. Aleksashkina L.N. On the typology of history textbooks for basic and high school // Teaching history and social studies at school. 2004. No. 8.9.

4. Badretdinova M.M. Works of Art in History Lessons: On Interdisciplinary Relations and Literature as a Historical Source // Third International Izmailov Readings. Part 2. – Orenburg: publishing house of the OGPU. 2003.

5. Baranov P.A. Actual problems of methods of teaching history at school. – M., 2002.

6. Vagin A.A. Methods of teaching history at school. – M., 1968. – S. 365-412.

7. In the piggy bank of the teacher (modern scientific information for history lessons) // Teaching history at school. 2006. №6

8. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. How to teach history at school today: A teacher’s guide. – M., 1999.

9. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. Methods of teaching history at school. – M., 1999. – S. 89-106.

10. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. Methodical recommendations for the teacher of history. Fundamentals of professional excellence. – M., 2000. – S. 147-153.

11. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. etc. Historical education in modern Russia. – M., 1997, 2002 (section 3).

12. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. History textbooks – “good” and “correct” //History. 2001. No. 36.

13. Vyazemsky E.E., Strelova O.Yu. Theory and methods of teaching history at school. – M., 2003.

14. Mountain P.V. Improving the effectiveness of teaching history at school. – M., 1988. – S. 190-202.

15. Granina L.V., Fuks A.N., Shor B.M. Guidelines for teaching practice for part-time students of historical faculties of pedagogical institutes. – M.: Enlightenment, 1990.

Gritsevsky I.M. The work of a teacher with a textbook in preparation for a history lesson. – M., 1987.

Gritsevsky I.M., Gritsevskaya S.O. From the textbook to the creative concept of the lesson. – M., 1990.

Dairy N.G. Learn the basics in class. – M., 1987.

Dairy N.G. Modern requirements for the history lesson. – M., 1978.

Zhironkina L.N. The use of newspaper publications in teaching history// Teaching history at school. 2005. No. 9

Historical education in modern school: Almanac. – M .: “Russian Word”, 2004. Issue. one.

Historians read history books. Traditional and new concepts of educational literature / / Ed. K. Aimermacher and G. Bordyugov. M.: AIRO-XX. 2002

Kinkulkin A.T. On the textbooks of the history of the Fatherland in the twentieth century – current and future // Teaching history and social science at school. 2001. No. 10.

Korotkova M.V., Studenikin.M.T. Methods of teaching history. – M.: Vlados, 1999. – S. 137-142.

Methods of teaching history at school: A guide for teachers / Ed. N.G.Dairy. – M., 1978. – Part 2. – S. 95-112.

Methods of teaching history in secondary school: A textbook for students of pedagogical in.-tov on special. 2108 “History” / S.A. Ezhova. – M., 1986. – S. 217-236.

Novikov M.V., Perfilova T.E. New History Textbooks: Recommendations from the International Community of Professionals// Teaching history at school. 2001. No. 5.

Ozersky I.Z. Beginning history teacher. – M., 1989.

Prokhorova G.A. Teaching methods of drawing up plans according to the text of the textbook (Grade VII) // Teaching history at school, 1975, No. 4.

Stepanischev A.T. Methods of teaching and studying history. – M.: Vlados, 2002. – S. 124-144.

Studenikin M.T. Methods of teaching history at school. – M.: Vlados, 2000. – S. 151-163.

Shevchenko N.I. Work with the textbook and the development of schoolchildren // Teaching history at school. 1999. No. 6.

Yakovlev N.M., Sohor A.M. Methods and technique of the lesson at school. – M., 1985.

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