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The Use of the UbD "Understanding by Design" Model for Developing Literature Classes in a 5th Grade

Student: Ekaterina Biryukova

Supervisor: Elena Chernobay

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Pedagogy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This final qualification paper presents an analysis of the approach to planning and organizing educational activities based on the UbD (Understanding by design) model, the development of a course for a modular workshop on literature in the 5th grade on the topic: "Transmedial space: facets of text understanding", and the results of its testing. One of the tasks of the work was to identify problems that can be solved by working on the UbD pedagogical model, to determine its features in the development of training sessions for the course and its subsequent testing. As a result of this work, conclusions are presented about the possibility of using the UbD model in the process of school education. Keywords: pedagogical model, Understanding by design, school education.

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