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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Svetlana Krupina
Vladimir Monomach's Homily as the Program of the Ruler Education
9
2016
ANNOTATION

The purpose of this study is the analysis of Vladimir Monomakh’s Homily as the program of the ruler's education and the creation of methodical materials for the study of the " Homily" for the students' education and for upbringing their personal qualities.

Realization of this objective required the following tasks:

• to study and analyze the historiography of the issue;

• consider the «Homily» as a historical source of the era of ancient Russia;

• analyze the «Homily» as a ruler's educational program and for revealing the new possibilities of studying this work;

• develop a set of teaching materials for the study of Vladimir Monomakh’s Homily in academic and extracurricular activities, test them in practice.

The results of the work done:

- demonstrated new opportunities of the Homily as the program of the ruler’s education.

- created author instructional materials for the study of the "Homily" in academic and extracurricular activities:

1. Set of didactic games;

2. The Board Game "Ways and Hunt" by Vladimir Monomakh;

3. The script of historical quest- game "The scouts" for the work of the Old Russian literature Vladimir Monomakh’s Homily;

4. The explanatory dictionary of words and phrase, that can be found in the Vladimir Monomakh’s "Homily ", with the explanation of their meaning;

Work experience on the study was presented in the report "Formation of meaningful reading while working with written historical sources" (for example, the study of the Vladimir Monomakh’s "Homily"), at the All-Russian Scientific-Practical conference "Modern lesson: traditions and innovations", presentations’ abstracts are published in the collection of materials on the results of the Conference.

Experience of creation teaching materials for the study of Vladimir Monomakh’s "Homily" can be used while working on methodical aids for students’ study of other written historical sources.

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