ISSN 2409-7616

Bizyaeva N.D.


UDC 371.3

Bizyaeva N.D.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1School No. 2097

Abstract. This article examines a particular methodological strategy for the development of critical thinking in the course of meaningful work of primary school students with video content in history. The relevance of the study is dictated by the need to change approaches to the education and upbringing of schoolchildren in Russia, which are based on the idea of developing the student’s personality. This shifts the emphasis from simple assimilation of knowledge to the comprehensive and active development of the child, when the process of obtaining new educational information is carried out in the course of active and conscious activity of students. At the same time, thanks to changes in approaches to the acquisition and internalization of knowledge by students, the child’s personality develops, since he becomes a subject of the educational process and therefore is required to be able to assimilate, evaluate and use the acquired knowledge. In this regard, the development of critical thinking is of particular importance, which confirms the relevance of the research carried out, which lies in understanding the methods, techniques and means of effectively developing critical thinking in modern students based on cognitive activity during the assimilation of educational information through video content. The idea of implementing the presented practice is that students, before starting to watch video materials on the topic of the lesson during a history lesson, receive a partially completed reference note and discuss with the teacher the rules for filling it out. Then, while watching the video, the children carefully listen and watch the educational material, and depending on the material itself and the level of preparation of the students, the teacher can make meaningful pauses so that the children can fill in the gaps in their supporting notes on the topic of the history lesson. The peculiarity of this practice is that it can be used during the study of other academic subjects.

Keywords: TRKMChP, meaningful reading, video content, case, video materials, history, meaningful viewing of the video, supporting summary.


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For citation: Bizyaeva N.D.  Technology for meaningful student work with video content in history lessons at basic school. CITISE, 2024, no. 2, pp. 106-114.