This history lesson plan, crafted for 9th-grade students in Kazakhstan, centers on the meaningful exploration of family members who participated in World War II, providing a gateway for younger generations to grasp Kazakhstan’s role in this global conflict. The curriculum is strategically designed to foster students’ research and presentation capabilities. Beyond skill development, the lesson plan prioritizes the illumination of students’ family histories, nurturing a profound sense of connection to their familial roots and a profound bond with their homeland.
Pages in document: 184-185
Related project or programme: Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage in Formal Education in Asia and the Pacific