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V. Serov. portrait of Nikolai Semenovich Leskov. Fragment. 1894 year
Students are encouraged to reinforce the material with interactive applications and lesson scripts.
Moscow students will be able to get acquainted with the biography and work of Nikolai Leskov, plunge into the era of the 19th century, study the history, life and culture of that time with the help of the library “Moscow Electronic School”… The resource has prepared a selection for the 190th anniversary of the birth of the writer.
Russian writer, ethnographer, literary critic, playwright and publicist Nikolai Semenovich Leskov was born on February 16, 1831. He considered the beginning of his creative activity in 1860, when his first notes and essays were published. With the help of MES thematic lessons and applications, students will be able to check how carefully they have read the author’s stories, see illustrations for famous works and conduct a real literary analysis of a literary text.
application “N.S. Leskov. The story “The Enchanted Wanderer” “will allow you to check the knowledge of this work. Using the proposed illustrations, students need to arrange the events of the story in chronological order and evaluate the correctness of the task completed in real time.
Lesson script “N.S. Leskov. “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” “ offers to analyze the content of the story and dwell in detail on the problem of Russian drama in the merchant environment. After working with the text and illustrations of a literary work, students will restore the chronology of events, examine in detail some episodes and answer questions. Among the tasks, a comparison of the characters of two literary Katerinas from the works of N.S. Leskov and A.N. Ostrovsky, as well as solving the problem in the formats of the All-Russian verification work and the Unified State Exam.
Interactive app for high school students “N.S. Leskov “Dumb artist” “ helps to check how well students remember the text of the story. The task is to combine the names of the characters with their verbal characteristics: the children will appreciate the accuracy of the portrait descriptions of the main characters of the literary work.
Features of Leskov’s language in the story “Lefty” can be studied in the interactive lesson script of the same name. Schoolchildren will be asked to compare the speech of the main narrator in different fragments of the story, note how it changes, and find out what pictorial and expressive means the author uses. Students will do vocabulary work on the list of obsolete words and find proverbs and sayings scattered throughout the text of the story.
What dance moves did the English flea perform? What is the name of the character of a work of art? What kind of object did Platov borrow from the British, paying for the flea? You can answer these and other questions, solving an interactive crossword puzzle… Only those who carefully read the book will be able to solve all the riddles.
The MESh library is a service of the Moscow Electronic School project, developed by the Department of Education and Science together with Department of Information Technology… It contains more than 50 thousand lesson scenarios and more than nine thousand video lessons, over 1700 electronic study guides, 348 textbooks, more than 135 thousand educational interactive applications, eight unique virtual laboratories, 245 works of fiction, as well as a huge number of test tasks corresponding to the content of the OGE and USE, and much more.
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