DOI: https://doi.org/10.30840/2413-7065.1(74).2020.198723

Українознавство

Anatolii Tsipko, Tetiana Boiko, Olena Hazizova, Svitlana Boiko

Анотація


Складена творчим колективом Науково-дослідного інституту українознавства програма з українознавства для закладів загальної середньої освіти в Україні є подальшим кроком у розвитку освітніх та педагогічних практик, вона спрямовується на удосконалення форм викладу українознавчого матеріалу в закладах освіти України та розширення вмісту українознавчого знаннєвого запасникá (депозитарію) серед учнів/учениць.

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