Journal «Science and School», № 1, 2017 y.

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ISSUES OF APPROXIMATION OF LEGISLATION ON ENTREPRENEURAL ACTIVITY OF MEMBER COUNTRIES OF EEU

A. G. Demieva

Abstract. The article examines the issues of approximation of legislation on entrepreneurial activity
of member states of regional integration association - EEU. Relevance of the subject of present research
can be determined by the main idea of the creation of the mentioned Association – the economic integration
of its member states that creates prerequisites for development of commercial connections
among entrepreneurs registered on their territories. The purpose of the article is to research business
legislation provisions of the EEU member states and develop proposals on their approximation. Using
a method of the comparative analysis, the author describes the main lines of legal regulations of the
entrepreneurial relations which have different regulatory framework in civil codes of the EEC member
states. On the basis of the conducted research the author draws a conclusion about the advisability
of further work on the creation of Fundamentals of the civil legislation of the Integration Association
under analysis that was started within the framework of Eurasian Economic Community. The author
has justified that the approximation should be based on the principle of unity and differentiation

which enables to realize the potential of economic integration of EEC to the fullest extent, at the same
time taking into consideration national interests of each of its members.
Keywords: approximation, unification, harmonization, basic principles of civil legislation, Eurasian
Economic Union, entrepreneurship, private law, entrepreneurial relations.

Demieva Aynur G., PhD in Jurisprudence, Associate Professor, Civil Law Department, Kazan (Privolzhsk) Federal
University
e-mail: ademieva@bk.ru

ISSUES OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL AND LEGAL BASIS OF ANTI-CORRUPTION EDUCATION

E. A. Akunchenko

Abstract. The current system of prevention of corruption, including anti-corruption education of
citizens lacks a sufficient institutional framework. That is the conclusion the author comes to after
the analysis of current anti-corruption laws of our country. It, as noted, claiming the need of
building in a society an intolerant attitude to any manifestations of corruption, puts aside unanswered
questions about the content and methodological support of educational activities.
The current study is devoted to some issues of the organization of anti-corruption education. Among
them there is lack of „horizontal” social relations in the process of distribution of anti-corruption content,
as well as the need to establish quality criteria for the productivity evaluation of educational
activities of anti-corruption character capable to ensure its adequacy. According to the author, their
solution is to periodically measure the level of perception of corruption in educational institutions, and
to ensure the work of self-governing student or pupil organizations.
Keywords: corruption, education, prevention of corruption, anti-corruption education.

Akunchenko Evgeniy A., Post-graduate student, Delictology and Criminology Department, Law Institute, Siberian
Federal University (Krasnoyarsk)
e-mail: eakunchenko@sfu-kras.ru

INFORMATION SECURITY IN EDUCATION: STUDENTS AND TEACHERS

A. Ya. Minin

Abstract. The article elaborates on the problems of information security of education and shows that
legal problems of counteraction to cyber-threats for schoolboys, students and teachers in higher educational
institutions and schools may be effectively solved thanks to the improvement of legal regulation
of educational activity, and also implementation of modern methods of social control and supervision
over the observance of the Russian legislation in education, prevention of deviance on the Internet. A
significant role is played by the education system and social control as a mechanism of guarantee of
information culture and inevitability of influence on deviant behavior in telecommunications network.
Keywords: information security (cybersecurity) in education, legal regulation, counteraction to cyberthreats
in Internet, general and higher education , importance (role) of informational culture, education
and social control.

Minin Anatolii Ya., ScD in Jurisprudence, Professor, Acting Chairperson, Criminal Law Disciplines Department, Institute
of socio-humanitarian education, Moscow State University of Education, Full Member, International Teacher’s
Training Academy of Science
e-mail: aya.minin@mpgu.edu

LEGAL REALITY AS COMPLEX, OPEN, SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEM

S. V. Kurzanov

Abstract. The article is dedicated to the fact that in terms of the synergistic approach, the legal reality
is a highly organized, open system characterized by the properties of self-organization, occurring in bifurcation
states under the influence of large and small fluctuations. It should be noted that during the
systems’ evolution, its ability to deviate from the parameters and the state of stability works towards
adaptation to the surrounding impacts. These provisions of synergetic approach mentioned in the article
are also quite applicable to the characterization of the legal reality, because the fact that legal
reality is the system – it is an indisputable fact recognized for now by all researchers. In the author’s
opinion, it is also obvious that this is a complex system, open and non-linear.
Keywords: legal reality, synergy, fluctuation, bifurcation, hierarchical pattern, integration, differentiation.

Kurzanov Sergey V., Post-graduate student, Theory and history of State and Law Department, Moscow State University
of Education
e-mail: kurzanovsv@yandex.ru

CITIZENSHIP AND LEGAL STATUS AS ATTRIBUTES OF PERSONALITY IN THE SYSTEM OF RUSSIAN STATEHOOD (HISTORICAL AND LEGAL ASPECT)

V. Sh. Hasanova, E. A. Kolomeychenko

Abstract. The article deals with the issue of citizenship as a connecting link between the State and the
citizen. It analyses a citizenship institute at different stages of interaction between the individual and
the State, as its integral attribute. The authors believe that disclosure of the features of the legal balance
of interests of the individual and the State is impossible without taking into account the content
of citizenship, its legislative frameworks at different stages of development of our society.
Keywords: personality, citizen, state citizenship, statehood.

Hasanova Vusala Sh., PhD in Jurisprudence, Associate Professor, World History, Classical Disciplines and Law Department,
Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University
e-mail: vhasanova@yahoo.com
Kolomeychenko Evgenia A., Senior Lecturer, Administrative, Financial and Informative Law Department, Nizhny
Novgorod Institute of Management, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
e-mail: enja16@yandex.ru

EDUCATION STUDY METHODOLOGY IN NATIONAL REGIONS OF RUSSIA

R. S. Boziev

Abstract. The article analyzes the theory and methodology for the development of education in national
regions of Russia from the 18th century till present time and defines the most distinct periods of this
process. The article also reveals the social and political conditionality of development of education.
Keywords: multinational Russia, education in national regions, state policy, theory and methodology,
educational system, stages of development.

Boziev Ruslan S., ScD in Education, Professor, Editor-in-Chief, scientific and theoretical Journal “Pedagogics”
e-mail: sir-bozieff@yandex.ru

TO THE QUESTION OF CONTINUITY OF SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

V. A. Litvinov, V. A. Kempf

Abstract. This article examines the connection between the contents of educational programs in Informatics
at a secondary school and institutions of higher education. The subject of investigation is the effectiveness
of the implementation of requirements of Federal state educational standards of higher education in
the field of information technologies. On the basis of a systematic analysis the conclusions have been made
on the necessity to adjust the content of educational programs in the field of information technologies. It is
proposed to structurally change the process of studying the subjects of information cycle while getting the
higher education, significantly increasing the role of independent work of students at the first stage.
Keywords: educational program, teaching Informatics, qualification requirements, computer literacy,
interdisciplinary integration activity, informatics.

Litvinov Vladimir A., PhD in physics and mathematics, associate Professor, Chairperson, Informatics and special
equipment Department, Barnaul Law Institute of MIA, Russia
e-mail: lva201011@yandex.ru
Kempf Viktor A., PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Informatics and special equipment Department, Barnaul
Law Institute of MIA, Russia
e-mail: lva201011@yandex.ru

INDIVIDUAL RECORD OF EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS: NEW FUNCTIONS OF MODERN SCHOOL

E. V. Gubanova, G. P. Savinykh

Abstract. The article presents an approach to the purpose and order of the individual record of the
results of mastering by students the educational programmes. It is based on the idea of creating in
the information and educational environment the conditions for students’ self-realization and getting
the education according to their own interests, needs and inclinations. The differences of individual
records and the assessment of educational outcomes are described.
Keywords: individual record, educational result, achievement of educational outcomes, assessment.

Gubanova Elena V., PhD in Education, Chairperson, Management and Project management Department, Moscow
Institute of Open Education
e-mail: e_gubanova@mail.ru
Savinykh Galina P., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Management and Project management Department,
Moscow Institute of Open Education
e-mail: savinihgp@mioo.ru

SOCIAL PEDAGOGY: MAIN TRENDS

A. N. Dzhurinskiy

Abstract. The article deals with the social paradigm in pedagogy in Russia and abroad and elaborates
on the ideas and concepts in which society is regarded as a driving condition for the development and
education of a person. The features of these ideas and concepts are analyzed.
Keywords: neo-classical social pedagogy, behaviorism concept, concepts of value education,
pedagogical ideas of rationalism, cognitivist concept, concepts of context education, concepts of human
capital, pedagogical ideas of neo-Marxism.

Dzhurinskiy Alexandr N.,  ScD in Education, Academician, Russian Academy of Education, Professor, 
Institute of the Childhood, Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: djurins@yandex.ru

GEOMETRIC PROBLEMS OF HIGH COMPLEXITY AS A MEANS OF STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING DEVELOPMENT

N. D. Kuchugurova, I. V. Aslanyan, A. S. Khoroshilova

Abstract. The article presents some methodological elements of students’critical thinking development
at geometry lessons when dealing with complex problems. For this purpose a well-known technology
of critical thinking development through reading and writing has been adapted to mathematics.
The analysis of the complexity and difficulty of the task was conducted by the authors, the necessity of
increased complexity problems solving for the development of students’ critical thinking was justified.
Special features of critical thinking and technology of its development at the math class was considered.
Various methods of thinking development and opportunities to use different types of thinking in
mathematics were analyzed. Specific examples of applying this technology to the process of solving a
variety of geometric problems are considered in the article.
Keywords: problems of high complexity, difficulty of the tasks, critical thinking.

Kuchugurova Nina D., ScD in Education, Professor, Elementary Mathematics and methods of teaching mathematics
Department, Mathematics Faculty, Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: dnkst@mail.ru
Aslanyan Irina V., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Institute of service, tourism and design (branch) of the
North Caucasian Federal University, Pyatigorsk, Engineering Faculty, Information security systems and technologies
Department
e-mail: willow5@mail.ru
Khoroshilova Anastasia S., Bachelor of Education (mathematics and information technology),first year student,
master’s course in mathematics, Mathematics faculty, Moscow State University of Education, Mathematics teacher,
school No. 2094
e-mail: countess0394@yandex.ru

USING DIFFERENT SPEECH FORMS IN THE MODERN SYSTEM OF TEACHING DEAF STUDENTS

T. A. Solovyova, E. Z. Yakhnina

Abstract. The article considers the issues of different speech forms using, (oral and sign language) in
the current system of primary education for the different categories of deaf pupils according to their
special educational needs. Relevance of the article is caused by the fact that in recent years at the
initiative of public organizations of people with hearing impairment discussion of the issues connected
with the use of the sign language in the system of teaching deaf children has become more active. The
solution of the problem of using different forms of speech in the course of teaching children with hearing
impairment is important for providing their quality education taking into account opportunities and
special educational needs, social adaptation and integration in society.
Keywords: deaf pupils, adapted basic programs of primary general education, verbal speech, oral
speech, written speech, finger alphabet, sign language.

Solovyova Tatiana A., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Director, The Institute of Childhood, Moscow State
University of Education
e-mail: ta.solovyova@m.mpgu.edu
Yakhnina Elena Z., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Professor, Surdopedagogy and Inclusive education Department,
The Institute of Childhood, Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: yaez@mail.ru

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS EDUCATION IN THE LATE XIX – XX CENTURY

V. S. Pavlidis

Abstract. The article focuses on the historical-pedagogical analysis of the process of reforming
mathematics education in schools throughout 150 years. The study of the factors contributing
to the crises in education, and experience to overcome those conditions, has broad prospects for
effective solutions to the problems the state faces in the field of mathematics education.
The article analyzes public-political, socio-economic, socio-pedagogical conditions of reforming the
system of secondary mathematics education in the late XIX – XX century. Special attention is paid to
tendencies and regularities in the development of structure and content of school mathematics education.
Analysis of emerging historical analogies which manifest themselves in homogeneous crisis
phenomena within the process of functioning of the system of secondary education, tendencies of development
of school mathematics education would contribute to the formation of strategic plans of
modernization of the secondary mathematics education with and understanding of the methodological
and pedagogical heritage of national science and practice.
Keywords: school mathematics education, education reform, trends, structural component, program,
curriculum, concept, history of mathematics education.

Pavlidis Victoria D., ScD in Education, Professor, Chairperson, Informatics and Applied Mathematics Department,
Orenburg State Agrarian University
e-mail: pavlidis@mail.ru

DISTANCE EDUCATION – HISTORY OF DEVELOPMENT AND MODERN TENDENCIES IN THE EDUCATIONAL SPACE

E. V. Voznesenskaya

Abstract. Distance learning as an innovative teaching method is getting more and more relevant in
education. Remote learning offers wide opportunities for students worldwide: it enables to get a degree
in global leading universities, provides various educational programs, saves time and money and
stands for flexible and individual schedule. The article analyzes distance learning as an innovative
teaching method and reveals its spread in Russia and abroad. The article also identifies key features
of distance learning, considers its history and development, highlights the basic technologies, emphasizes
benefits and possible drawbacks, draws the parallel between distance, traditional and blended
learning and examines the spread of distance learning in Russia according to the students’ poll.
Keywords: innovative method, distance learning, flexible study schedule, online communication, distance
educational programs.

Voznesenskaya Ekaterina V., Lecturer, English Language Department №1, International Relations Faculty, Moscow
State Institute of International Relations
e-mail: KateRes@mail.ru

REGULARITIES OF FORMATION OF THE INTERNAL PROCEDURAL COMPETENCE IN THE CONTENT OF BASIC MATHEMATICAL THEORIES OF GEOMETRIC SPACES

V. I. Gorbachev

Abstract. The standard goal of personal development in the content of general mathematics education
is largely characterized by the formation of the types of thinking, memory representations corresponding
to a specific mathematical theory. The article examines the content of the internal procedural competence,
reflecting the formation of logical thinking types, together with adequate memory representations
in the operation of the abstract , algorithmic type. The allocation of the space of mathematical
objects (activity on the formation of the submission) and study of space patterns in the content of the
theory (theoretic-spatial activities) is taken as the basic regularity. Activity on the formation of the submission
corresponds to the spatial type of thinking in the abstract sequence of algorithmic and systemstructural
phases. Activities and the corresponding types of thinking have their concrete manifestation,
are formed separately in the system of basic spaces of numerical systems, functions, geometric figures,
vectors, numerical predicates, events. The article examines regularities of formation of the internal
procedural competence in the content of educational theory of geometric spaces.
Keywords: general mathematics education, mathematics teaching methodology, internal procedural
competence, educational mathematical theory of geometric space.

Gorbachev Vasiliy I., ScD in Education, Professor, Director, Institute of Natural Sciences, Academician I. G. Petrovski
Bryansk State University, Honored Teacher, Russian Federation
e-mail: enibgu@mail.ru

FEATURES OF STUDENTS’ RESEARCH ACTIVITY WHEN LEARNING HISTORY

E. A. Kryuchkova

Abstract. The article focuses on the stages and main approaches to students’ research activity in the
national school practice. It considers the functions, objectives and tasks of students’ research activity
when studying history. The article describes the types of level differentiation when organizing students’
research activity, main skills of students gained from their history research activity (disciplinary,
meta-disciplinary). The article presents the types of students’ research activity, didactic opportunities
of the individual and differentiated approaches in organization of such activity. It provides examples
of project and research activity topics.
Keywords: students’ research activity, personality-oriented approach, individual approach, differentiation
in education.

Kryuchkova Elena А., PhD in Education, Senior Researcher, Centre of social and humanitarian education, Institute
for Strategy of Education Development, Russian Academy of Education
e-mail: elena.kryuchkova.58@mail.ru

PERFORMANCE TRAINING OF THE FUTURE MUSIC TEACHER. PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES

T. G. Mariupolskaya

Abstract. The article deals with the problems of music teacher training. The fundamental basis of
such training is performing disciplines, namely musical-instrumental, conductors, vocal and accompanist
classes. Musical performance is a versatile phenomenon consisting of innumerable quantity of
components. These are challenges of technical, physiological, psychological and art-esthetic aspects,
meeting of which enormously effects the formation of music teacher’s personality. On the example of
studying in piano classes, as piano is the most prevalent and universal instrument, the main methods
of overcoming technical and art-esthetic problems which the performers come across are revealed. It
is indicated that experience of training music teachers on music faculty is in demand. It meets both
centuries-old traditions which proved their viability and actuality and also the modern requirements
of humanitarian and technological aspects.
Keywords: musical performance, technical and art-esthetic problems, synergy of pedagogical influence
means.

Mariupolskaya Tatiana G., ScD in Education, Professor, Music and Performing Arts in Education Department,
Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: t.g.mari@mail.ru

PRACTICE OF ORGANIC ACTION IN PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION

A. E. Rostovskaya, M. E. Veselinov, I. A. Kalinovsky,
L. V. Loseva, K. A. Fedosova

Abstract. The article is dedicated to the practice of organic action developed by Antonina Rostovskaya.
Organic action refers to such type of action which unites thought, feeling and action in contact
with the situation “here and now” unlike such type of action which is based on previous knowledge,
past experience and representations. The practice of organic action enables to train teachers ready
to face open situations and create new educational opportunities. The practice of organic action is
aimed to reach a fundamental goal and form teacher’s acting position. During the course of studying
students master such resources for teaching action as personal corporality; ability to hold contact
with the situation “here and now”; they get through their individual stereotypes of thought and action.
The article represents the experience of conducting the course “Pedagogical thinking in staging”
at the faculty of primary education of the Institute of Childhood of the Moscow State Pedagogical
University. The course is delivered by the members of the Laboratory of stage practice headed by A.
Rostovskaya.
Keywords: technologies of active learning, innovations in education, teaching skills upgrade, humanitarian
technologies, practice of organic action, stage methodology, theatric -stage approach in
education.

Rostovskaya Antonina E., Head of the Laboratory of stage practices, Psychological Anthropology Department,
Institute of childhood, Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: rostovskaya@list.ru
Veselinov Michail E., Assistant, Psychological Anthropology Department, Institute of childhood, Moscow State
University of Education
e-mail: veselinov.m@gmail.com
Kalinovsky Igor A., Assistant, Psychological Anthropology Department, Institute of childhood, Moscow State University
of Education
e-mail: i.a.kalinovsky@gmail.com
Loseva Ludmila V., Education and methodology specialist, State University of Management
e-mail: loseva-ludmila-5@yandex.ru
Fedosova Ksenia A., PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Psychological Anthropology Department, Institute of
childhood, Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: bigl2005@bk.ru

INTERACTIVE BOOKS ON HISTORY AS A TOOL OF RESEARCH ACTIVITY OF SCHOOL STUDENTS

M. V. Korotkova

Abstract. The article deals with the interactive teaching of history and considers pedagogical technology
of using an interactive book on history for the organization of research activity of school students.
The considered interactive book is multidimensional and reminds computer training programs. It is
designed to prolong the century of paper books and to support cognitive interest of school students to
studying history.
Keywords: interactive teaching, pedagogic technology, interactive book, research activity in history,
creative results.

Korotkova Marina V., ScD in History, Professor, Moscow State University of Education, Academician, International
Teacher’s Training Academy of Science
e-mail: markor13@mail.ru

IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRESSIVE PEDAGOGICAL IDEAS IN CAROLINE PRATT’S EXPERIMENTAL SCHOOL

K. A. Aleynikova

Abstract. The article deals with the pedagogical ideas of Caroline Pratt, a progressive American educator
and philosopher. The article covers the life path of the thinker and her contribution to the solution
of a number of important problems of education which are in the center of attention of the Russian
and foreign scientists. Moreover, the author’s attention is concentrated on the analysis of innovative
ideas developed by C. Pratt which touch upon the issues of democratic education.
Keywords: American education, progressive pedagogy, democratic education, Pratt’s philosophy of
education, child-centered curriculum, game activity, game as a recreation of experience.

Aleynikova Ksenya A., Lecturer, Foreign and Russian languages Department, Peter the Great Military academy of
the Strategic Missile Troops, Ministry of Defense, Russian Federation, Post-graduate student, Pedagogics Department,
Alexander G. and Nicholas G. Stoletovs Vladimir State University
e-mail: kudinova.ksusha@rambler.ru

PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS OF DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE ABILITIES OF CHILDREN BY MEANS OF SAND ANIMATION

V. V. Levchenkov

Abstract. The article considers pedagogical conditions necessary for positive development of creative
abilities of children by means of sand animation. The article also examines such basic concepts as
pedagogical conditions, creative abilities. The article presents pedagogical conditions: active self-developing
practical activity of a student, construction of creative atmosphere through the dramatization of
the lessons of the sand, gradually increasing the complexity of the material, and the provision of expert
technical and computer equipment to teach sand animation, the use of the integrative - differentiated
approach in teaching the children sand animation, developing a dialogue between different art forms.
Keywords: pedagogical conditions, terms, creative abilities, sand animation, teaching, self-development,
visual material.

Levchenkov Vladimir V., Teacher-psychologist, Municipal preschool educational institution, No. 51 kindergarten,
Voronezh
e-mail: vovvka12@yandex.ru

INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO PREPARING STUDENTS OF ARTISTIC AND PEDAGOGICAL PROFILE FOR PICTORIAL ART

Van Mei

Abstract. The article focuses on teaching model of academic painting based on the integrative approach
to artistic and pedagogical profile universities in China and Russia.
The author outlines that the model of integrative learning is a single artistic, creative and educational
learning process that allows future teacher – artists to develop observation, imagination, sense
of proportion and artistic harmony, understanding the composition and color system of the visual image
of nature, promotes the development of creative thinking and mastery of creative methods, forms
the aesthetic perception and taste.
This article is intended for students of artistic and pedagogical profile and practicing teachers.
Keywords: artistic and pedagogical education, academic painting, integrative approach, problematic
and heuristic learning, pictorial literacy.

Van Mei, Post-graduate student, Painting Department, Arts and Graphics Faculty, Moscow State University of
Education
e-mail: kzubrilin@mail.ru

FORMATION OF ESTIMATION ACTIONS OF STUDENTS IN THE COURSE OF INSTRUMENTAL TRAINING

O. P. Radynova, M. A. Antonova, G. L. Kniazeva

Abstract. The article is devoted to the issue of formation of evaluation actions of students in the systematic
examination and interpretation skills in practical sessions on the piano. Main functions of
testing (training, developing, educational, organizational and methodical), connected with performing
and pedagogical mastering of musical material are analyzed. The article defines the main methods
and means of testing at various levels of education – reproductive and productive. It is shown that
evaluative activity produces a conscious, structured approach to music composition, deepens the emotional
perception of music of various stylistic directions, stimulates the transfer of results of instrumental
learning into the structure of the future professional activity of the teacher-musician.
Keywords: estimation actions, instrumental studying, reproductive activities, productive activities,
integrated tasks.

Radynova Olga P., ScD in Education, Professor, Chairperson, Aesthetic Education of Preschool Children Department,
Moscow State University of Education, Professor, A. G. Schnittke Moscow State Institute of Music
e-mail: olgaradynova@mail.ru
Antonova Marina A., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Institute of Culture and Arts, Moscow City University
e-mail: mgpu2513@yandex.ru
Kniazeva Galina L., PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Institute of Culture and Arts, Moscow City University
e-mail: tsourkis@bk.ru

THE SCALE OF MEASUREMENT OF THE COMPETENCE PROFILE AS A GRAPHICAL MODELING METHOD FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS’ COMPETENCE

E. V. Nozdryakova

Abstract. The article is devoted to the topical problem of assessing the level of students’ competence in
the modern educational system. Nowadays there is no single set of techniques for the diagnosis of the
actual level of a person’s competence, the forms often differ in the bulkiness and complexity. The article
describes a graphical modeling method for the assessment of key competences of the student based
on designing measurement scale of the competence profile. Features of the proposed methodology are
described using the example of content analysis and plotting of chart of communicative competence.
The proposed method of assessment is based on the method of self- and inter-questionnaire followed by
design of measurement scale of personal competence profile on the basis of “reference standard”. The
resulting model clearly demonstrates the qualitative level of competence, making a contribution of the
process of self-awareness building the trajectories of individual development of the student.
Keywords: assessment of level of competence, the measurement scale of the competence profile, communicative
competence, criterion-level evaluation of communicative competence.

Nozdryakova Elena V., post-graduate student, Educational systems Department, State budgetary educational
institution of higher professional education, Moscow region, Academy of social management
e-mail: kand717@yandex.ru

MAIN ACTIVITIES OF MUNICIPAL METHODICAL SERVICE

N. E. Sorokina

Abstract. The article provides examples of the solution of tasks of municipal methodical service, the investigation
of the decision that information and methodical support will be effective only when it is worked out
at certain stages: diagnostics, informing, organization and training. Thanks to the organization of work
with young teachers, functioning of school and regional methodical associations, cooperation with a higher
educational institution, the analysis of teachers’ participation in professional competitions, organization
of additional training programs for teachers, the efficiency of activity of municipal methodical service is
improved. On the basis of above stated, the following conclusion is drawn - information and methodical
support of pedagogical workers is a significant element of management of development of innovations, increases
efficiency of each educational organization as well as municipal education system in general.
Keywords: municipal methodical service, educational organizations, pedagogical workers, methodical
support, personnel, innovative activity.

Sorokina Natalia E., Deputy director, Municipal State funded institution, Information and methodical center, Zheleznodorozhny
District
e-mail: sne1987@mail.ru

METHODS OF TRAINING SAMBO WRESTLERS USING MODULAR AND SITUATIONAL APPROACH AND ASSESSMENT OF ITS EFFICIENCY

A. V. Safoshin, M. K. Umarov, O. M. Poleshchuk,
Ch. T. Ivankov, E. G. Komarov, S. M. Avdonin, R. G. Gasanov

Abstract. The article is dedicated to the methodological peculiarities of training sambo wrestlers
using module-situational approach that allows to enhance the development of basic physical qualities
and psychomotor abilities of fighters, as well as assessing the effectiveness of this approach. The
problem of forming movement skill and abilities and training impact, taking into account individual
and typological characteristics of athletes, which hold a specific place in the system of educational
and training process is identified. The main vector of development of martial arts directed towards
addressing the serious problems of tactical, technical and physical training of athletes considering the
rules of competitions in Sambo is identified. Features of the developed method of training tactical and
technical actions of sambo wrestlers are connected with the use of painful holds and their application
in a prone position that demands development of basic physical qualities and psychomotor abilities of
fighters which lay the foundation for athletic skills. The incorporation of logical components into the

content of the training process as well as indistinct regression model contributes to the management of
the process of training the wrestlers and improving their tactical and technical actions in competitive
activity.
Keywords: sambo, martial art, dynamic situations, tactical and technical actions, methods, training
process.

Safoshin Alexandr V., PhD in Education, Professor, Theoretical bases of physical training and sports Department,
Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: av.safoshin@mpgu.edu

Umarov Mukhamed K., Associate Professor, Physical training and sports Department, Moscow State Technical
University named after N. E. Bauman
e-mail: murad-u@mail.ru
Poleshchuk Olga M., ScD in Engineering, Professor, Mathematics Department, Moscow State Technical University
named after N. E. Bauman, Mytishchi branch
e-mail: poleshchuk@mgul.ac.ru
Ivankov Chingis T., ScD in Education, Professor, Theoretical bases of physical training and sports Department,
Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: cht.ivankov@mpgu.edu
Komarov Evgeniy G., ScD in Engineering, Professor, Information-measuring systems and technologies of engineering
physics Department, Moscow State Technical University named after N. E. Bauman, Mytishchi branch
e-mail: komarov@mgul.ac.ru
Avdonin Sergey M., Associate Professor, Physical Training Department, N. E. Bauman Moscow State Technical
University
e-mail: sambo1954@mail.ru
Gasanov Ruslan G., Post-graduate student, Moscow State University of Education
e-mail: gasanov89@mail.ru

PEDAGOGICAL POTENTIAL OF SOURCES DURING THE STUDY OF RUSSIAN HISTORY IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

A. Z. Rudman

Abstract. The article reveals the issues which are relevant even in our days. Along with the genocide,
the world history knows about the less obvious forms of ethnic discrimination.
The article provides information on how to acquaint students with one of most tragic pages in the
history of Jews who lived in the Russian Empire during the rule of Nikolay I using the sources in their
studies.
In 1827 Nikolay I spread the conscription of Jews introducing higher standards.
For all cantonists their 25-year term of service began after they reached the age of 18 and was distributed
into the army, but Jewish boys were taken for cantonists at the age of 12.
The main goal behind the compulsory military service was the integration of Jews into Russian society
(effectively to the detriment of their religious and national identities).
The article presents documentary evidence of the witnesses, people of different nationality and religion
(Y. Kotik, A. I. Gerzen, V. A. Gilayarovski).
Keywords: cantonist, Jews, discrimination, Nicholas I, personality results of students.

Rudman Anna Z., Post-graduate student, Methods of teaching History and Law Department, Institute of the Humanities
and Management, Moscow City University
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