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Scenarios for Conducting Lessons on the Course "Science" in the First Grade on School Grounds

Student: Evgeniia Antoshkina

Supervisor: Alexey Obukhov

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Pedagogy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This manual was developed for teachers teaching the Course "Science"in the 1st grade. The allowance is especially valuable to those who work on the developmental education system of D.B. Elkonin and V.V. Davydov, as it is directly related to the content of training programs for this system. But teachers who teach in other teaching aids can also use the manual. this development can be used as a program of extracurricular activities. The manual solves one of the pressing problems today - the lack of activation of cognitive independence of students in connection with the lack of a developed system of classes outside the classroom. The main feature of the manual is the next: lesson scenarios are designed for classes not in the office, but on the school grounds, where, in our opinion, schoolchildren gain more practical experience in interacting with nature, including students in independent activities to learn how to study it. All lessons were developed as part of the program course "Science" of the developmental education system of D.B. Elkonin and V.V. Davydov. They are an alternative version of the lessons on the course "Science" in 1 class.

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