Survey Teaching the Russian Revolution of 1917
The given survey is conducted in the framework of the upcoming international scientific and practical conference "Revolutions in contemporary history: facts, interpretations, educational strategies" Sensitive questions in history teaching practice in Saint-Petersburg (Russia) on 27-28 October 2017. More information about the conference is available on: http://euroclio.eu/event/revolutions-contemporary-history-international-scientific-practical-conference/
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Full Name *
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Content-related part
How have the events of 1917 been referred to in the context of history lessons in the last three study years by teachers? *
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In which framework is the Russian Revolution given in history lessons? *
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Do you touch upon the following themes when teaching the reasons and the flow of events of the Russian Revolution of 1917? *
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If so, in what framework and in which form? (lessons, heuristic discussions, primary source analysis, other) *
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Which of the historical characters of the Russian Revolution of 1917 do you teach more in depth? Do you give students your evaluation of the role and activities of these personalities? If yes, please specify. *
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Events of the Russian Revolution of 1917 is an ideologically loaded question. Do you present the events of the revolution of 1917 with a certain message or sustain a historical distance? *
Do you try to apply multiperspectivity (e.g. different perspectives on this historical period: red and white perspectives) in presenting the Russian Revolution? *
In my teaching I use the evaluations of the following historian(s) (indicate which) in order to *
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Do you think that the Russian Revolution had a direct or indirect influence on your country's history? If so, do you discuss the Russian Revolution's influence on the history of your country in history lessons? *
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Lesson-Organization Part
Please indicate in each answer whether you are talking about classes that you give to secondary (S), high school students (HS) or both (B).
How many history lessons are there per week + is there a special history elective that would study the topic of the revolution of 1917? *
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How many lessons do you dedicate to teaching the Russian revolution of 1917? *
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Have you organized in the last three years any topic-related museum visits or field trips? If so, where exactly? *
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Methodological part
Please indicate in each answer whether you are talking about classes that you give to secondary (S), high school students (HS) or both (B).
Have you used primary written/oral sources? If so, which ones? What was the purpose? *
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Have you used visual sources when teaching about the Revolution of 1917 (photos, pictures, paintings, symbols, cartoons etc). Have you just showed them or analyzed together with students in class? *
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Have you showed any movies? If so, which ones? (videolectures, documentaries, fiction?). Please specify the titles. *
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Have you used any other digital sources apart from the ones mentioned above? (e.g. computer games) *
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Have you tried to reconstruct the events in class? If so, in which forms? (role games, dialogue/scene construction, theatre performance, costume performances, reconstruction of the event (e.g. on the spot) *
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Are there any other interesting methods, techniques and approaches that you would like to share? *
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