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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Igor Pimenov
The Causes and Preconditions of the Cold War (1945-1953). Handbook
2017
Subject: Causes and preconditions of the Cold War (1945-1953 gg.). Handbook

Annotation

Volume 71 page thesis (1 figure, 1 table, 1 diagram). When writing the diploma has been used 16 sources and 52 additional informational material.

Keywords: Key events of the first stage of the "cold war", the causes and preconditions of "cold war", the scientific historiography and textbooks, methodical development

The aim of this work is to develop, taking into account current scientific knowledge of a manual for teachers of history in the 9th and 11th grades.

To achieve this goal, I was determined following range of tasks:

1. Analyze the presentation in textbooks of questions arise, the causes and the main events of the initial phase of the "cold war" and compared the relevant topics in the textbooks with those of scientific historiography.

2. Present the methodological development of the lesson titled "Getting the Cold War."

Thesis includes introduction, three chapters, final conclusions and three annexes.

The introduction reveals the relevance of studies in the chosen direction, it raises the problem, the purpose and objectives of the research, sources and historiography of the issue described.

The first chapter is a comparison of the description of the events of the first period of the "Cold War" in textbooks and scientific historiography. The second chapter compares the causes and conditions of "cold war" in the description of textbooks and scientific historiography. The third chapter presents the methodological development of the lesson: "The beginning of the" cold war. "

The conclusion is devoted to the generalization of the comparative analysis of school textbooks materials and data of scientific historiography, methodical presentation of the benefits of development.

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