Lessons for Russian

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  • March 8, 1917 | Russia's February Revolution Begins in St. Petersburg - … believe there can be serious trouble while the Duma [the Russian legislature] is sitting." However, in the ensuing days, the protests … take on a different tone. In "The History of the Russian Revolution," Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky recounted, "The slogan 'Bread!' is … 1905, did not have the widespread support of the Russian people. He ordered Russian troops to suppress the protests, but many refused …
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  • Russia's Climate and Folk Music - … ’s Climate and Folk Music Objective: Students will: • listen to Russian folk music • make connections as to how important folk music … school Materials: • teacher input sheet on the Russian climate and the area • Selections of Russian folk music from CD • map of Russia … have done during these long months? o How might the Russian people have felt given these environmental conditions? 3. Teacher shares …
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  • Getting to Know St. Petersburg - … . Petersburg has several nicknames. Name one. Who was the last Russian Tsar? Where is Nicolas II buried? Name the greatest city … 1992) was founded in 1703 by Russian Tsar Peter the Great to bring an unwilling Russian nation into the fold of Europe … , St. Petersburg is Russia’s adopted child, so unlike the Russian cities that came before it. St. Petersburg with its strict … on earth” – to quote Fyodor Dostoyevsky – became the birthplace of Russian literature, the setting for Dostoyevsky’s Raskolnikov and Pushkin’s …
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  • Holocaust Studies: Survival in Auschwitz - … the equivalent of pajamas; contracting scarlet fever just before the Russians reached the camp, thus avoiding the death march that the … to kill all the remaining prisoners instead fled from the Russians. But without much doubt, it was his determination to survive … Germans, his feelings alternate between desperation and hope until the Russians enter the camp. Department of Multicultural Education, 2004, The School …
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  • Russian to Change - … information will help us get the most out of the Russian students’ visit. Understanding the perspective of others, or “where they … from other parts of the world. Obviously, then, understanding our Russian guests’ life experiences will help us understand them and be … from other parts of the world. Obviously, then, understanding our Russian guests’ life experiences will help us understand them and be …
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  • Gorbachev enters software piracy argument - … QUESTIONS Are the following sentences true or false? 1. The Russian media says that Alexander Ponosov doesn't really care about … on the computers at his school. T/F 5. The Russian president thinks that investigators should target all people who buy or sell illegal software. T/F 6. The Russian authorities want to stop the trade in illegally copied software … of the written text says, 'the man being described in ... Russian media reports as merely a humble schoolteacher with the interests …
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  • Lost Empires Of Asia And Russia - Objectives Students will research the events leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917; consider the results from the perspective of … Asia and Russia, particularly the segments "Crisis in Russia" and "Russian Revolution." Divide students into two groups. One group will represent … leader of the Bolshevik Revolution who became head of the Russian state in 1917 Context: Lenin was instrumental in liberating Russia …
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  • Intro to Cold War - … Reagan Palestine Terror on the airline Ayatollah's in Iran Russians in Afghanistan Wheel of Fortune, Sally Ride, heavy metal, suicide … , he changed his name to Stalin, which means steel in Russian. Malenkov Georgy Malenkov was a Soviet politician and Communist Party … US embassy in Tehran and finally released 444 days later. Russians in Afghanistan The Soviet Union enters Afghanistan to "protect" Communist …
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  • Entrepreneurs in History - … . But this alone was not enough to meet the Russian challenge. The Russian wells in Baku produced on average 280 barrels per … . Rockefeller: Champion for Cheap Oil ? continued advantages possessed by the Russians raised questions about whether Standard would even be able to … was one of the few advantages they held over the Russians. Rockefeller's engineers and scientists perfected the steamship oil tanker …
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  • Plan an Imperial-Style Party - The Formation of the Soviet Union - … Palace Time Machine, students can investigate the world of the Russian royal family, Czar Nicholas II, his wife, Czarina Alexandra, and … imperial-style birthday party to explore the lifestyle of the Russian royal family before the revolution to examine photographs of the … , refer students to pages 437-439 for information on the Russian royal family. Discuss with students the Romanov family's lavish …
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