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Lithuania / What do we teach about our neighbours? Lithuania / What do we teach about our neighbours? Presentation Transcript

  • The image of neighbour states in the Lithuanian textbooks of history
  • Great Duchy of Lithuania and it’s neighbours in the XIV – XV c.
  • Lithuanian republic after First World War and neighbours
  • Lithuanian republic and it’s neighbours nowadays
    • The survey the Institute of Civic Society in Lithuania
    • Latvia, Estonia and Poland are considered to be the most friendly countries .
    • Analogical survey in Russia
    • 60 % of citizens considered Estonia to be the most unfriendly country;
    • 30 % think the same about Lithuania.
  • History textbooks about our neighbours (1)
    • In our textbooks of history Latvia and Estonia are described kindly;
    • An exclusive attention in Lithuanian history is pa id to Poland because have tough and important links since the 14 century;
    • Russia under the reign b y czars and Stalin is described as a hostile country which brought a lot of harm to Lithuanian state and people.
  • History textbooks about our neighbours (2)
    • The word “ Russian” is used a little indecorously: “ Russian army” instead of “ soviet army” or “ Russian government” instead of “ soviet government”;
    • The word “ Russian” has some negative aspects.
  • History textbooks about our neighbours (3)
    • There is a little information about Belarus in our textbooks of history;
    • Fins are mentioned in the topics about Second World War;
    • Our students get to know about the wars with Sweden in 17 – 18 centuries and about Sweden after First World War;
    • There are some topics about neighbours in textbook for the 10 grade (modern history).
  • History textbook about our neighbours (4) “ The history of Baltic state”
  • Summary
    • Our image about neighbours create historical experience, the textbooks of history, recollections and so on…