MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
January 27, 2022, 09:02
Scenarios of lessons and class hours, tests and video clips will help students to follow the chronology of the Great Patriotic War, and teachers to interest schoolchildren in important events from the history of Russia.
January 27 marks the Day of Military Glory of Russia – the Day of lifting the blockade of Leningrad. To learn more about one of the key events of the Great Patriotic War and use the author’s thematic scenarios, Moscow schoolchildren and teachers can use the library “Moscow Electronic School” (“MESH”).
Dive into history
Classroom materials are available for students in grades 5-9 “Dedicated to lifting the blockade of Leningrad”. With their help, schoolchildren will learn how the blockade began and ended, where the battles for the city took place, how theaters and schools worked at that time, and what the Road of Life is.
To understand what role the Ladoga military flotilla and Leningrad radio played in breaking the blockade, who supplied the city with food and how collective gardens appeared, the lesson script will help “Returned from the abyss of death, Leningrad salutes itself”.
Documentary video clips about the events of January 27, 1944 “Removal of the blockade of Leningrad” and “Leningrad speaks: message about the complete lifting of the blockade of Leningrad”will allow schoolchildren to hear the historic announcement and fireworks, see the residents and defenders of the city.
On the Victory lesson5th-8th grade students will plunge into the atmosphere of the war years. Schoolchildren will learn why the blockade of Leningrad has become a symbol of the resilience of its defenders, who withstood almost 900 days of debilitating hunger, bombing and artillery shelling by German troops.
Read the poem and test your knowledge
The app is also available to users. The Siege of Leningrad. It will help to conduct a thematic lesson in English. In addition, schoolchildren will be able to solve interactive tasks and a test, see posters drawn in besieged Leningrad, and read a poem by Vladimir Sterligov.
Via teststudents of the fifth – ninth grades will test their knowledge about the main stages of lifting the blockade of Leningrad.
The MES Library is a service of the Moscow Electronic School project, developed by the Moscow Department of Education and Science together with the city Department of Information Technology. The library contains about 56,000 lesson scripts, more than 11,000 video lessons, over 1,700 e-tutorials, 348 textbooks and 245 works of fiction, more than 155,000 educational interactive applications, as well as self-test simulators and unique virtual laboratories.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.