Production of “Brest Fortress” and “Russian Character” in the program — RealnoeVremya.com
The Ministry of Education of Russia will add publications of works by a number of Soviet classics to the school curriculum. So, in the plans of the department, the novel by Nikolai Ostrovsky “How the Steel Was Tempered”, as well as the story of Alexei Tolstoy “Russian Character” are included in the school course. Minister of Education Sergei Kravtsov spoke about this, reports TASS.
He noted that each work “forms the socio-historical consciousness of consciousness.”
– We use FOOP (federal educational programs, – approx. TASS) and they have already taken away Alexander Fadeev’s “Young Guard”, and prose and poetry about the Great Patriotic War, including the novel by Yu.V. Bondarev “Hot Snow” and K. M. Simonov “The Son of an Artilleryman”, and the epic novel by M.A. Sholokhov’s “Quiet Flows the Don” and other works, – said Kravtsov.
In addition, he added that Sergei Smirnov’s story “The Brest Fortress” will be added to the school curriculum.
In mid-January, the Association of Cinema Owners (AVK) proposed that the Ministry of Culture of Russia conduct school lessons on disclosure and patriotic education in cinema, showing themed films. It is expected that such a measure will support cinemas in times of crisis.
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