Online-service “Repeat with us! Summer Adaptive "(optional school disciplines)

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The faculty of pre-university training offers for schoolchildren who have completed grades 6-10, an increase in the level of knowledge in subjects, as well as the acquisition of new competencies.

Subjects: Russian language (graduated from grades 9-10); Belarusian language (finished 10th grade); English (graduated 6-7, 9-10 grades); Mathematics (graduated from grade 7 - 10); Physics (graduated from the 8th - 10th grade); Chemistry (graduated from grade 8 - 10); Biology (graduated from grade 9); World history (graduated from 9 - 10 grades); History of Belarus (in Russian) (graduated 8-10 grades); History of Belarus (in Belarusian mov) (graduated from 8 - 10 grades); Social Studies (Grades 9-10)


RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

The purpose of the course is to update, systematize and deepen the knowledge gained by the listeners in the course of studying the Russian language school course.

For students who have completed grade 10 of a comprehensive school

Tasks:

  • linguistic and speech development of students through repetition, generalization, systematization of knowledge about the system of the Russian language at all its levels, the norms of the Russian literary language;
  • speech and communication development.

For students who have completed grade 9 of a comprehensive school

Tasks:

  • linguistic and speech development based on the assimilation of knowledge in the section "Syntax and punctuation. Complex sentence", "Syntax and punctuation. Alien speech and its types", syntactic, punctuation norms of the Russian literary language;
  • the formation of communication skills;
  • the formation of speech culture.


BELARUSIAN LANGUAGE

The purpose of the course is to repeat, summarize and systematize the relevant knowledge about the system of language and speech, as well as to reproduce spelling, word-formation, morphological, communicative skills.

For students who have completed grade 10 of high school

Tasks:

  • define morphemes in words; distinguish between derivative and non-derivative bases; distinguish ways of word formation;
  • know the morphological features of parts of speech, their syntactic role, determine the role of different parts of speech in the organization of speech, deployment and creation of texts of different types, styles and genres;
  • recognize parts of speech and their forms in sentences, texts based on their semantic, morphological and syntactic features; do morphological analysis of parts of speech.


ENGLISH LANGUAGE

For students who have completed grade 6 - 7, 9 - 10 of a comprehensive school

Educational goals: development of skills and abilities of foreign language speech activity (perception and understanding of foreign language speech by ear, speaking, reading, writing).

Developing goals: provide cognitive, communicative, emotional development of students; mastering the ways of forming and formulating thoughts in a foreign language.

Educational goals: ensuring the enrichment of the spiritual world of students, instilling in them a culture of thinking, feelings, behavior; formation of psychological readiness for interlingual intercultural communication.

Tasks:

  • the development of the communicative culture of students, their assimilation of oral and written speech at a level that is sufficient for an adequate interpretation of transmitted and received information;
  • development of motivation to learn a foreign language through the formation of needs to better and more accurately understand the world around and be understood by them; awareness of the importance of knowing a foreign language for socialization in the modern world;
  • development of the self-educational potential of students, ensuring their readiness for independent work on the language, including the necessary techniques of educational and cognitive work, strategies of introspection, self-observation.


MATHS

For students who have completed grade 7 - 10 of a comprehensive school

Goals and objectives:

  • expansion and deepening of students' knowledge of mathematics;
  • development of logical thinking;
  • development of creativity and research skills;
  • the formation of abilities to use the knowledge gained in solving standard and non-standard problems in mathematics;
  • intellectual development, the formation of personality traits necessary for a full life in modern society, inherent in mathematical activity: clarity and accuracy of thought, critical thinking, intuition, logical thinking, spatial representations, the ability to overcome difficulties.


PHYSICS

For students who have completed grade 8 - 10 of a comprehensive school

The purpose of the course is to provide training in physics. This course is designed to help the listener to systematize his knowledge of physics, to get the necessary new knowledge. The course is important for the formation of skills and abilities to solve problems of various levels of complexity in physics.

Tasks:

  • expansion and deepening of students' knowledge in physics;
  • development of logical thinking;
  • development of creativity and research skills;
  • the formation of abilities to use the knowledge gained in solving standard and non-standard problems in physics;
  • intellectual development, the formation of personality traits necessary for a full life in modern society.


CHEMISTRY

The purpose of the course is the formation of initial basic chemical knowledge, which creates the basis for continuous education and self-education at the subsequent stages of training; the formation of subject competences - knowledge, skills, methods and experience of activity, taking into account the specifics of chemistry as a fundamental natural science; the formation of socially significant value orientations, including the general cultural and personal development of students, awareness of the value of the received chemical education, a sense of responsibility and patriotism, social mobility and the ability to adapt in different life situations.

For students who have completed grade 10 of a comprehensive school

Tasks. As a result of the study, students should:

  • give definitions to the concepts: amines, amino acids, proteins; nomenclature of amines and amino acids; peptization reaction;
  • be able to name: studied qualitative reactions to proteins; general formula of primary amines; definition of classes of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins; studied primary amines, α-amino acids; areas of practical use of α-amino acids and proteins; composition and structure of primary amines, amino acids and proteins, studied methods of obtaining primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins; types of chemical reactions of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins; functional groups of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins; physical properties of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins; chemical properties of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins;
  • determine: the belonging of an organic compound to primary amines, amino acids and proteins according to the structural formula; types of chemical reactions of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins according to equations; proteins (experimentally for qualitative reactions);
  • distinguish between: structural and skeletal formulas of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins; types of studied chemical reactions of primary amines, α-amino acids and proteins according to equations and schemes;
  • carry out the following activities:
  • make up: formulas of primary amines, α-amino acids (structural), proteins (primary structure); diagrams showing the relationship between hydrocarbons and primary saturated amines; between carboxylic acids and α-amino acids; reaction equations reflecting the studied chemical properties of primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; studied methods of obtaining primary saturated amines and α-amino acids;
  • to characterize: methods of obtaining primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; physical properties of primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; studied chemical properties of primary saturated amines and α-amino acids;
  • Explain: the relationship between the composition, structure and properties of primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; the relationship of hydrocarbons, primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; the reasons for the similarity of the chemical properties of homologues of primary saturated amines; chemical properties of the studied compounds from the standpoint of the theory of chemical structure;
  • apply: the studied concepts and laws when characterizing the composition and properties of primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; chemical properties of primary saturated amines and α-amino acids; methods of obtaining primary saturated amines and α-amino acids.

For students who have completed grade 9 of a comprehensive school

Tasks. As a result of the study, students should:

  • give definitions to concepts: a number of metal activity; alloys; electrolysis; iron corrosion; hardness of water;
  • be able to: name the physical and chemical properties of metals and their compounds; qualitative reactions to Ca and Ba cations;
  • carry out the following activities: compile reaction equations characterizing the chemical properties of the studied compounds; to characterize the physical and chemical properties of the studied compounds; causes of iron corrosion and the possibility of its prevention; explain the causes of water hardness and how to eliminate it;
  • write down the formula of an inorganic compound by the name of the substance; draw up reaction equations characterizing the chemical properties of the studied compounds; equations of redox reactions and arrange the coefficients using the electronic balance method; characterize chemical elements by position in the periodic system and the structure of atoms; physical and chemical properties of the studied compounds; causes of iron corrosion and the possibility of its prevention.

For students who have completed grade 8 of a comprehensive school

Tasks. As a result of the study, students should:

  • give definitions to the concepts: mixture; solution; solvent; solute; saturated and unsaturated solution, concentrated and diluted solution; solubility of the substance; mass fraction of solute; solute molar concentration;
  • be able to: determine the solubility of substances according to the solubility table;
  • carry out the following activities: characterize the solubility of substances in water; perform mathematical calculations when solving typical computational problems.


BIOLOGY

For students who have completed grade 9 of a comprehensive school

Educational goals: development of skills and abilities of foreign language speech activity (perception and understanding of foreign language speech by ear, speaking, reading, writing).

Developing goals: provide cognitive, communicative, emotional development of students; mastering the ways of forming and formulating thoughts in a foreign language.

Educational goals: ensuring the enrichment of the spiritual world of students, instilling in them a culture of thinking, feelings, behavior; formation of psychological readiness for interlingual intercultural communication.

Tasks:

  • the development of the communicative culture of students, their assimilation of oral and written speech at a level that is sufficient for an adequate interpretation of transmitted and received information;
  • development of motivation to learn a foreign language through the formation of needs to better and more accurately understand the world around and be understood by them; awareness of the importance of knowing a foreign language for socialization in the modern world;
  • development of the self-educational potential of students, ensuring their readiness for independent work on the language, including the necessary techniques of educational and cognitive work, strategies of introspection, self-observation.


THE WORLD HISTORY

For students who have completed grade 10 of a comprehensive school

The purpose of the study is the mastery by students of systematized knowledge about the world historical process from 1918 to 2015, necessary for the formation of civic patriotism and successful socialization in the modern socio-cultural environment, and the development of historical thinking on this basis.

Tasks:

  • to master the most important facts that characterize the period of modern history from the end of the First World War to the beginning of the XXI century, with the disclosure of the most significant cause-and-effect relationships;
  • to master the basic historical concepts in their system and interconnection;
  • develop value orientations, form evaluative positions;
  • master the basic ways of operating with knowledge;
  • to form the skills necessary for the implementation of transformative, cognitive and creative activities and the application of the knowledge gained in public and private life.

For students who have completed grade 9 of a comprehensive school

The purpose of studying the academic subject "World History" in the 9th grade is the assimilation by students of the basics of systematized knowledge about the most important events, phenomena and processes of world history from 1918 to the present; mastering by students the methods of educational and cognitive activities aimed at the formation of self-awareness of the individual and its successful socialization in a modern multicultural, multi-ethnic and multi-confessional society.

Tasks:

  • assimilation of basic factual and theoretical knowledge about the most important events, phenomena, processes of the development of society, the peculiarities of the development of individual countries, civilizations and regions in their system and interconnection; mastering special methods of educational and cognitive activity of studying history (subject competences);
  • the formation of experience in transformative and creative cognitive activity, the development of skills to use the acquired knowledge, skills, experience in educational and cognitive activities and life situations (metasubject competencies);
  • formation of the foundations of the ethno-national, civic, cultural identity of the individual; fostering feelings of citizenship and patriotism based on the assimilation of the world historical and cultural heritage and awareness of the place of Belarus in this heritage (personal competence).


HISTORY OF BELARUS

For students who have completed grade 10 of a comprehensive school

The purpose of studying the subject is to master the fundamentals of systematized theoretical and factual knowledge about the most important events and processes in the history of Belarus in conjunction with Soviet history, necessary for the formation of civil patriotism and the successful socialization of the individual during its integration into the modern socio-cultural environment.

Tasks:

  • to master the most important concepts and facts characterizing the period of development of Belarus from the maturation of the prerequisites of the October Revolution of 1917 to the final stage of the Great Patriotic and World War II and the period of development of Belarus from the recovery after the Great Patriotic War to the formation of the sovereign Republic of Belarus with an explanation of the most significant causal connections;
  • to develop value orientations and a person's position on the basis of students' awareness of collective historical memory and the formation of national identity, a sense of pride in the cultural and historical heritage of Belarus, in particular for the achievements of Belarusian Soviet and modern science, culture, sports;
  • to form the experience of transformative and creative cognitive activity, the ability to analyze modern social reality and predict their own life activities, associated with the use of the acquired knowledge by students in the conditions of the information communication space, in personal communication and their own life activities.

For students who have completed grade 9 of a comprehensive school

The purpose of studying the subject "History of Belarus" in the 9th grade is the mastering by students of the basics of systematized theoretical and factual knowledge; mastering the methods of educational and cognitive activities with information about the most important events, phenomena and processes in the history of Belarus from 1917 to the beginning of the XXI century; the formation of civic patriotism, assistance in the successful socialization of the individual in the process of its integration into the modern socio-cultural environment of Belarus.

Tasks:

  • assimilation of basic factual and theoretical knowledge about the most important events, phenomena, processes of development of the Belarusian society from 1917 to the beginning of the XXI century; mastering special methods of educational and cognitive activity of studying history (subject competences);
  • the formation of experience in transformative and creative cognitive activity, the development of skills to use the acquired knowledge, skills, experience in educational and cognitive activities and life situations (metasubject competencies);
  • formation of the foundations of the national, civic, cultural identity of the individual; fostering feelings of citizenship and patriotism (personal competencies).

For students who have completed grade 8 of a comprehensive school

The goal is to systematize, repeat, update the knowledge of ninth-graders on the part of the history of Belarus that was passed in the eighth grade (period 1795 - 1917) and prepare for the perception of a new stage in Belarusian history that began in October 1917.

Tasks:

  • restoration of knowledge of the basic material on the history of Belarus for the 8th grade;
  • deepening the understanding of the most important processes that took place in 1895-1917 in the political, socio-economic, national-cultural spheres and in the socio-political movement.


SOCIETY

For students who have completed grade 9 - 10 of a comprehensive school

The goal is the formation of the worldview of a person who, on the basis of the acquired knowledge, is able to comprehend his place in the world, to outline ways of constructive self-realization in the dynamically developing Belarusian society.

As a result of the study, students should:

know:

  • the main phenomena and processes that characterize the social, economic, political, legal, spiritual life of modern society, and concepts that reflect the essence of phenomena and processes;
  • priorities of the political, socio-economic, cultural development of the Republic of Belarus at the present stage;
  • the main provisions of the ideology of the Belarusian state;
  • the content of the Constitution of the Republic of Belarus;
  • ways of self-knowledge and self-education of the individual;

be able to:

  • analyze, systematize, generalize the studied social phenomena and processes;
  • compare the studied social phenomena and processes, identify their common features and differences;
  • to reveal the cause-and-effect relationships between social phenomena and processes;
  • determine the sequence of social phenomena and processes;
  • to establish correspondence between the proposed sets (social phenomena, processes and concepts that reflect their essence);
  • analyze simple statistical data reflecting social, economic, political, spiritual phenomena and processes;
  • extract the necessary information from sources created in various sign systems (text, table, graph, diagram, etc.), transform it and use it to solve educational, cognitive and practical problems;

own skills:

  • generalization, systematization, analysis and evaluation of social facts, phenomena, processes;
  • work with various sources of social and humanitarian knowledge;
  • establishing causal relationships between social phenomena, processes, as well as between their stages and components.


Service term: last decade of August

Number of hours: 20 academic hours (10 classroom / 10 preparation)

Minimum number of people in a group: 6 - 8 people

Contingent (age): children and youth

Location: st. October 5, office. 108; st. Ozheshko 22, office. 218a

Cost: 45 BYN

The service is provided by:

Korlyukova I.A., Dean of the Faculty of Pre-University Training, +375 (29) 781 48 62, korlyukova_ia@grsu.by;

Kharazyan O. G., Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Pre-University Training, +375 (29) 789 14 49, xarazyn_og@grsu.by;

Silova S.V., head. department modern technologies of pre-university education, +375 (29) 585 01 35, silova_sv@grsu.by;

Morozova S.V., Professor of the Department of Modern Technologies of Pre-University Education, +375 (29) 589 09 49, s.morozova@grsu.by;

Uleichik N.L., Associate Professor of the Department of Modern Technologies of Pre-University Education, +375 (29) 782 31 81, ulejchik_nl@grsu.by;

Arbuzov A.S., Senior Lecturer of the Department of Modern Technologies of Pre-University Education, +375 (29) 883 20 93, arbuzov_as@grsu.by;

Roshchik A.P., Senior Lecturer, Department of Modern Technologies of Pre-University Education, +375 (29) 866 41 55, roxhik_ap@grsu.by;

L.V. Puzynya, Senior Lecturer, Department of Modern Technologies of Pre-University Education, +375 (29) 780 33 66, puzyny_lv@grsu.by;

Senko A. N., freelance worker, +375 (29) 580 88 21, asenko@mail.ru;

Yakoltsevich M.A., freelance worker, +375 (29) 882 13 95, yakoltsevich@mail.ru;

N. M. Krantsevich, freelance worker, +375 (29) 882 25 87, nkran@mail.ru;

E. Pchelnik, freelance worker, +375 (44) 565 90 55, katrinepchel@gmail.com;

L. V. Kovalevskaya, freelance worker, +375 (29) 584 76 98, lkovalev@tut.by;

Semenovich D.S., freelance worker, +375 (29) 854 35 12, semenovich@ibiochemistry.by


Contact information:

Faculty of pre-university training

Department of Modern Technologies of Pre-University Education

Grodno, st. October, 5, office. 106

+375 (152) 72 36 80

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