ISSN 2409-7616

Chukanov A.K.


UDC 372.893:502.37


Chukanov A.K.1 (Vladimir, Russian Federation) –

1School number 15

Abstract. The paper discusses the features of the implementation of the environmental component in accordance with the new Federal State Educational Standards in the geography course of the 5th- 6th grade. This approach is an important part of the holistic process of forming an ecological culture. The latest generation of FGOS presuppose the mandatory implementation of the environmental component, this is dictated by the fact that the basis of school environmental education is the principle of interdisciplinarity, since it cannot be fully implemented within any one subject. The content of the ecological component is complex. It includes ideological, scientific, moral and aesthetic, legal, personal and ideological aspects. There are more favorable conditions for their implementation in the school geography course of 5th- 6th grade than in other subjects. The latter is primarily due to the fact that the goals and objectives of geographical and environmental education are closely interrelated and complement each other. The study of the basics of nature management, consideration of the role of forecasting environmental changes contributes to students’ understanding of the importance of taking into account the peculiarities of nature in the process of human labor activity. The content of the 5th- 6th grade geography school course has objective opportunities for the formation of ecological culture and the development of moral norms and habits of behavior in nature, value orientations among schoolchildren. An essential feature of this knowledge and skills is the presence of evaluation and activity components in their composition. Their disclosure in the geography course is carried out in the process of studying educational material about the role of nature in human life and economic activity. The development of value orientations is facilitated by students performing practical work of an evaluative nature.

Keywords: ecological component, physical geography, 5-6th grade, environment, school environmental education, ecological culture.


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For citation: Chukanov A.K. Implementation of the ecological component in the course of physical geography of the 5th-6th grade in the conditions of the new Federal State Educational Standard as a means of forming the ecological culture of a student. CITISE, 2023, no. 4, pp. 314-322. DOI: