Belarus / What do we teach about our neighbours?

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  • 1. WHAT DO WE TEACH ABOUT OUR NEIGHBOURS
    • Vital Kirylenka,
    • Nadzeya Kushner,
    • Siarhei Lukashanets
  • 2. Curriculum
        • History and Social Science Courses
    • History of Belarus
    • World History
    • People. Society. State
    • Years of studying
    • Basic secondary school (V-IX grades)
    • Upper secondary school (X-XI grades)
    • University course (1st year)
  • 3. World History
    • Vikings
    • Sweden – Thirty years War (1618-1648)
    • North War (1700-1721)
    • Alfred Nobel Award
    • Soviet-Finnish War (1939-1940)
  • 4. World Contemporary History: 1918-2000 RUSSIA LITHUANIA POLAND UKRAINE LATVIA 20% 69% 100% 75% 25% 58% 42% 11% 29% 14% 57% Connotation positive negative neutral
  • 5. Belarus neighbours
    • Latvia
    • Lithuania
    • Poland
    • Russia
    • Ukraine
  • 6. Latvia
    • Polatsk duke Uladzimir and Riga foundation (1201)
    • Struggle between Livonian knights and Belarusian Dukes of Kukeinas and Gercike (XIII century)
    • Riga-Belarusian trade cooperation
    • Participation of Belarusian-Lithuanian State in Livonian War (1558-1582)
    • Belarusian people in Latvia
  • 7. Lithuania
    • The formation of Great Dutchy of Lithuania, Rus and Samogitia (XIII century)
    • Lithuanian-Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic (February 1919-July 1920)
    • Transition of Vilnia to Lithuania in 1939
  • 8. Grunvald Battle (1410)
  • 9. Poland
    • Invitation of Great Duke of Lithuania Jahajla to the Polish throne (1385)
    • Unions between Great Dutchy and Poland (1385, 1401, 1413)
    • Establishing of Rzecz Pospolita of Both Nations (1569)
    • Polonization on Belarusian nobility and spread of Roman Catholic Church (XVI-XVIII)
    • Uprisings 1794, 1830, 1863
    • Riga Peace Treaty (1921)
    • Western Belarus as a part of Poland (1921-1939)
  • 10. Rzecz Pospolita of Both Nations (1569)
  • 11. Russia
    • Kiev Rus
    • Moscow-LIthuanian Wars (XV-XVIII)
    • Inclusion of Belarusian territories in Russian Empire (1772, 1793, 1795)
    • Uprisings (1794, 1830-31, 1863-64)
    • Russian Empire policy in Belarus (rusification, serfdom and its abolition in 1861, reforms of Alexander II)
    • Revolutions (1905, 1917), World War I
    • Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic in the USSR
    • World War II
  • 12. Russian Army moves to Lithuania (XVI century)
  • 13. Ukraine
    • Kiev Rus
    • Blue Water Battle (1363) and liberation of Ukraine lands by the Great Dutchy from tatars
    • Cossacks Wars (XVII)
    • Ukranian and Belarusian Democratic Republics (1918)
    • Western Ukraine and Western Belarus in Poland (1921-1939)
    • Independent Ukraine and Belarus States (1991)
  • 14. Cossacks in XVII century
  • 15. Different Views
    • Latvia – no problems
    • Lithuania – the essence of Great Dutchy of Lithuania, Vilnia/Vilnius history
    • Poland – National heroes and famous people origins, the rule of Pilsudski regime
    • Russia – belarusian nation existance, slavic lands of Great Dutchy of Lithuania
    • Ukraine – Polesie region origins
  • 16. Conclusion
      • We have many topics to argue but we are together and happy to discuss these questions...
      • Unity in variety...