Bekhtenova Elena Fedorovna
Кандидат педагогических наук, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Novosibirsk state pedagogical university, bekhtenova@mail.ru, Novosibirsk


The article highlights the importance of organizing the project activities of schoolchildren in history lessons according to the federal educational standard. The purpose of the article: to describe and identify the structural components of the technology of project activities as the basis for the achievement of subject, meta-subject and personal results of schoolchildren. The author proves the importance of using local history material in history lessons in shaping the personal, metasubject and subject results of schoolchildren. The theoretical positions of the organization of project activities in the history lessons are presented, the necessity of a comprehensive substantive basis for the implementation of projects (history of Siberia, history of Russia, general history) is substantiated. The components and stages of the project activity are characterized. In the practical part, a methodical version of a research project for schoolchildren “A Journey to Novonikolaevsk at the Beginning of the 20th Century” was proposed. This version is based on the use of exhibits from the local history museum of the city of Novosibirsk. In the conclusion of the article, stress is laid on the importance of the technology of project activities in history lessons with the use of local history material, which ensures the achievement of personal, metasubject and subject results by students.
technology of project activity, regional history, local history material, personal, metasubject, subject result

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