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I have oranges and boxes. I am going to put the same number of oranges in each box. How many oranges will be in each box?

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I have oranges and boxes. I am going to put the same number of oranges in each box. How many oranges will be in each box?

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## Problem solving based on real events | Presentation for the lesson in mathematics (Grade 3):

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Prepared by the primary school teacher of the VKK MBOO «Verkhny Mamon Village Lyceum» Sidelnikova Natalia Vasilievna Pedagogical skill competition «Modern lesson: experience, ideas, innovations» on the 75th anniversary of the Victory in Verkhny Mamon is dedicated to the Great Patriotic War 2020 Solving problems based on real events An integrated lesson in mathematics and local history in grade 3

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To expand children’s knowledge about the events on the Upper Mamon land during the Great Patriotic War. To consolidate the ability to compose and solve problems based on the collected material related to the history of their small homeland To develop logical and mathematical speech, attention, analytical thinking; to form the ability to highlight essential features and properties, to draw conclusions. To cultivate a sense of patriotism, respect for the historical past of our Motherland. Encourage children to search for new knowledge about the historical past of the Upper Mamon region. Goals and objectives:

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Find the values of the expressions and arrange them in ascending order. 100 — 24: 2 C 120 + 180: 2 × 5 U 360: (6 + 3) L 750 — (150 — 50) : 5 R 32 × 2 — 2 J (250 + 250) × 2 H (300 + 20) ) × 3 : 10 A 100 — 64 + 36 : 4 S 420 : (10 — 4) : 2 A (480 + 120) : 3 T 4 × (120 — 120) : 6 M

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values Find expressions and arrange them in ascending order. 100 — 24: 2 88 C 120 + 180: 2 × 5 570 Y 360: (6 + 3) 40 L 750 — (150 — 50) : 5 730 R 32 × 2 — 2 62 Y (250 + 250) × 2 1000 N (300 + 20) × 3 : 10 96 A 100 — 64 + 36 : 4 45 S 420 : (10 — 4) : 2 35 A (480 + 120) : 3 200 T 4 × (120 — 120) : 6 0 M

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Middle Don Offensive operation «Small Saturn» 0 35 40 45 62 88 96 200 570 730 1000 SMALL SATURN

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PROBLEM How many months did the offensive operation «Little Saturn» last if it began in July, did it end in december? Think about how many days it is?

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One hundred and eighty days and nights The river was the front line. Don was a river of no one’s, His share is so bitter.

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Graphic dictation

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tank

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Old crossing The main bridge 130 meters long and 10 meters wide for the crossing was built on this site tank division

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task In December In 1942, more than 200 tanks passed through the crossing. One slipped and went under the water. In 2014, this tank was raised from the bottom of the river and sent to the Museum of the Great Patriotic War. How many years did the tank lie at the bottom of the Don River?

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The Klim Voroshilov tank lay at the bottom of the river for 72 years. The Nazis called the Soviet KV-1 tanks “Ghosts” and highly appreciated their combat qualities and “survivability”.

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There are 32 monuments to the participants of the Great Patriotic War in the Verkhnemamonsky district Come, stay by the obelisk, Stand by the sacred fire. Nothing that there are no relatives and friends You have under this stove.

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Drawing up tasks In the center of the village there is a memorial complex “Descendants owe their lives to you”, at 19In 47, a monument to the grieving Mother was erected, in 1965 and 1971 memorial plates with the names of the dead were opened, measuring 26 m * 6 m

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Its dimensions are 9 m * 9 m

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In 1983, the majestic Breakthrough monument was opened in memory of those killed in the Little Saturn operation. It consists of two platforms measuring 3 m*2 m and 8 m*5 m.

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Letters — triangles I’ll expand the old triangle, Once again I’ll reread the lines. We experience war in different ways. Here is the memory of my origins.

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Creative task Fold a soldier’s triangle out of sheets of paper, consider the resulting triangle. Determine the type of this triangle Measure the sides of the triangle and find the perimeter

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Letter to a friend Dear _______________________________ Today in the lesson I learned interesting facts about . … I was impressed…. I came to conclusions… Yes Dear friend Today at the lesson I learned some interesting facts about…. I was impressed…. I concluded…. …

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Thank you for your attention!

## May 1, 1945, the Victory Banner was hoisted on the Reichstag

75 years ago, Soviet troops took the Reichstag and installed the Victory Banner on the building. According to one version, this was done on the night of April 30 to May 1, 1945 by scouts Aleksey Shelest, Mikhail Yegorov and Meliton Kantaria. It is known that at about the same time several attempts were made to hoist the flag. But only this banner remained hanging after the Germans tried to shoot it down with artillery fire. In official sources and memoirs of participants in the storming of the Reichstag, the hoisting of the Banner of Victory is described in different ways. There are several versions — both by the time the flag was set, and by the participants in the symbolic event.

The idea to prepare red flags for hoisting over the Reichstag was voiced on April 9, 1945 at a meeting of the heads of political departments of all the armies of the 1st Belorussian Front. The task was undertaken by representatives of the 3rd Shock Army, who made nine assault flags from German-made red fabric on the model of the USSR state banner. The artist Vasily Buntov applied the star, hammer and sickle using a stencil and by hand. An ordinary board was sawn into poles. On the night of April 22, assault flags were handed out to representatives of nine rifle divisions of the 3rd Shock Army. Among them was cloth No. 5, transferred to the 150th rifle division of the Idritsko-Berlin Order of Kutuzov under the command of General Vasily Shatilov. It was this flag that was destined to become the Banner of Victory.

##### The order to hoist the flag on the Reichstag was given by Stalin

The fighting in Berlin was literally for every building. Somewhere, the Red Army was confronted by poorly trained Volkssturm militias. However, individual objects were held by the SS. General Fyodor Bokov of the 5th shock army even dubbed them suicide bombers in his memoirs — they fought so desperately. So, the Soviet military had to deal with SS soldiers during the storming of the Reichstag. As Bokov recalled, each flight of stairs was conquered with serious losses and under heavy fire.

The assault on the police headquarters continued for more than a day. Finally, on April 29, by 3:00 pm, the Red Army soldiers completely took possession of the institution and the prison, defeating a 2,000-strong garrison and hoisting a red banner over the main entrance. As the Soviet troops completed the task set by the command, similar panels appeared

over the main building of the Gestapo, over the Ministry of the Air Force, over the former embassy of the USSR, over the Brandenburg Gate.

The last event took place already on May 2 and marked the successful completion of the assault on the capital of the Third Reich. Speaking to his subordinates, General Vladimir Zyuvanov (real name Eibat Eibatov) stated on this occasion:

“The last shot in the historic battle for Berlin was fired here at the Brandenburg Gate. The memory of the heroes of the assault on the capital of Nazi Germany will live for centuries. You and I are happy people, participants in the battle and living witnesses of how the war ended victoriously.”

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Reichstag building, May 1, 1945 Soldiers of the 8th Guards Army of the Red Army Alexei Kovalev, Abdulkhakim Ismailov and Leonid Gorichev (from left to right) with a red banner on the roof of the Reichstag building after the capture of the city by Soviet troops, May 2, 1945 years Battle for the Reichstag, April 1945 Soviet soldiers storm the Reichstag, May 1, 1945 Battle for the Reichstag, April 1945 important was the capture of the Reichstag, announced in the USSR the main symbol of Nazi Germany. It is no coincidence that the photograph of the hoisting of the Victory Banner on the building of the German parliament went down in world history as the unconditional triumph of Soviet troops over Nazism. It was the Reichstag that Joseph Stalin indicated in response to an appeal from the commander of the 1st Belorussian Front, Georgy Zhukov, about which object in Berlin it was necessary to install the Victory Banner.

The assault on the parliament building began on April 30 by units of the 171st and 150th rifle divisions, which were led into battle by Colonel Alexei Negoda and General Shatilov, respectively. The first attempt, made in the morning, was repulsed by the fire of the defenders. The second was undertaken by the Red Army at 13.30 after a powerful artillery preparation.

April 30, 1945 on the all-Union radio, which also broadcast to foreign countries, there was an untrue message that at 14:25 the Victory Banner was hoisted over the Reichstag.

The reason for this was the reports of the commanders of the units that stormed the Reichstag. In fact, by this time, Soviet troops had not yet completely captured the building, only separate groups were able to penetrate inside. This message was the reason that for a long time in the literature the history of the hoisting of the Banner of Victory was distorted.

##### Koshkarbaev and Bulatov or Yegorov and Kantaria?

According to another version, the hoisting of the Victory Banner at 14. 25 did take place. According to it, Lieutenant Rakhimzhan Koshkarbaev and Private Grigory Bulatov “crawled in a belligerent way to the central part of the building and placed a red flag on the stairs of the main entrance.” This event is also noted in the book of Ivan Klochkov, a participant in the operation, “We stormed the Reichstag”, which says that “Koshkarbaev was the first to attach a red flag to the column.”

This is how the situation unfolded, according to Lieutenant Koshkarbaev himself: “The battalion commander led me to the window. (This is still in the «Himmler’s house»). “Do you see,” he says, “the Reichstag? Pick the right people, you’ll hoist the flag.» And he handed me a dark, rather heavy bundle — a flag wrapped in black paper. With a group of scouts, I jumped out of the window. Soon we all had to lie down. A strong fire started. There was one soldier left behind me. It was Grigory Bulatov. We lay with him near a moat filled with water. We lay there until dark. Then artillery preparation began, and with the very first shots we ran up to the Reichstag. Bulatov raised the flag.

In the historical literature, one can also find the following interpretation: Bulatov and senior sergeant Viktor Provorotov, who broke through to the Reichstag, initially planted a flag in the window of the second floor, but the commander of their platoon, Lieutenant Semyon Sorokin, who approached, complained that it was hard to see it there. Then Bulatov hung the flag on the harness of the sculpture of Wilhelm I’s horse. At this time, shots, explosions of grenades, the sound of boots were heard below. We have prepared for battle. Grenades and machine guns on the alert. But the fight did not take place. It was in our footsteps that Lysenko, Brekhovitsky, Oreshko and Pochkovsky came. Lieutenant Sorokin is with them. He came up to us, shook hands and took down the flag.

“It’s hard to see it from here, guys,” he said. — We need to get to the roof.

They began to climb higher and higher up the same stairs until they reached the roof. The goal has been reached. Where to put the flag? We decided to strengthen the sculptural group. We seated Grisha Bulatov, and our youngest scout tied him to the neck of a huge horse. We looked at the clock. The hands showed 14 hours and 25 minutes.

A number of historians question these data: supposedly they could be created to confirm a beautiful myth. Supporters of this concept argue that after the news of the hoisting of the Banner of Victory over the Reichstag on April 30 spread all over the planet, it was already impossible to replay anything — therefore, instead of a refutation, they essentially developed disinformation.

Only the third assault on the Reichstag was successful. Fighting in the building continued until the late evening of 30 April. We can say with certainty that at about the same time several red flags were installed in different parts of the building. “The same”, which went down in national and world history, the hoisting of the assault flag of the 150th division by Alexei Berest, Meliton Kantaria and Mikhail Egorov took place on April 30, 1945 at 22. 40 Berlin time, when May 1 had already arrived in Moscow. Only this banner could not be destroyed by German artillery as a result of night shelling. In the evening of the next day, it was transferred to the dome of the Reichstag.

##### The problem of interpreting events

The well-known photograph of the military commander Yevgeny Khaldei, however, does not show Berest with Egorov and Kantaria, but the fighters of the 8th Guards Army Alexei Kovalev, Abdulkhakim Ismailov and Leonid Gorichev. Fulfilling the task of TASS, on May 2, the journalist persuaded the first Red Army soldiers who came across to pose on the roof of the Reichstag. Actually, the fighting in Berlin had already been over by that time, the threat to the lives of soldiers, unlike their colleagues from the 150th division of the 3rd shock army, from the enemy no longer existed.

The flag that Junior Sergeant Kovalev is holding in the photo was brought by Khaldei. It is curious that in 2007, Ismailov, who lived to an advanced age, claimed in an interview that they, together with Kovalev and Gorichev, allegedly installed the Banner of Victory on April 28, killing German soldiers on the way up. In fact, on that day, Soviet troops had not even approached the Reichstag.

In view of its exceptional cultural, historical and propaganda significance, the process of hoisting the Victory Banner on the building of the German parliament is depicted in the memoirs of a large number of front-line soldiers, from sergeants to generals.

Some of them could not see the moment the flag was planted, or did not participate in the storming of Berlin at all. Sometimes the «testimonies» of the participants in the war on this issue contradict one another. It is possible that in some books of memoirs the events of April 30-May 1 were subjected to «ideological adjustment». The authors themselves also met the wishes of the party and «remembered» as they were required to. Censorship in the USSR paid special attention to the hoisting of the Banner of Victory over the Reichstag. Until mid 19In the 60s, it was believed that the flag was installed on the dome of the building on April 30 at 14. 25 — this position was not subject to discussion. Then, in the era of Leonid Brezhnev, the time of the installation of the banner was «moved» to the evening, and in our time — at about 1 am on May 1.

So, in the memoirs of the commander of the 1st rifle battalion of the 380th rifle regiment of the 171st rifle division Konstantin Samsonov, published in 1955, it was reported: “By two o’clock in the afternoon the upper floors of the Reichstag were cleared of the enemy. At 2:25 pm, Yegorov and Kantaria reached the dome of the building and fixed the banner on it, carefully straightening the folds. Then they hugged and shouted from above: “The Banner of Victory has been installed over the Reichstag!”

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This was one of the earliest stories about the hoisting of the flag for a wide audience, so later authors and journalists did not question Samsonov’s words. At the same time, the Banner of Victory was transferred to the dome of the Reichstag only on May 2.

The commander of the 150th division, General Shatilov, in the book “The Banner over the Reichstag” published in 1975, shifted the hoisting time to the evening:

“17 hours 50 minutes. Again, a roar of extraordinary strength shook everything around. More than a hundred gun barrels of the division and corps spoke up. After ten minutes of artillery preparation, the infantry rushed to the main entrance of the Reichstag. Neustroev — by this time he was already at Königplatz near the canal — led the entire surviving battalion to the assault. Meanwhile, Egorov and Kantaria, under the cover of a small group of Berest, began to climb up. Here is the roof. They walked along it to a huge rider. Beneath them lay houses shrouded in smoky twilight. There were flashes all around. Shards rattled on the roof.

Where to attach the flag? Near the statue? No, it doesn’t fit. After all, it was said — on the dome. The staircase leading to it staggered — it was broken in several places.

Then the fighters climbed along the rare ribs of the frame, exposed from under the broken glass. Moving was difficult and scary. They climbed slowly, one after another, clinging to the iron with a death grip. Finally reached the top platform. They fastened the banner to the metal crossbar with a belt — and down the same way. The return journey was even more difficult and took longer. When Yegorov and Kantaria appeared before Neustroev, the clock was ten to eleven in the evening.

It is significant that the commander of the 1st Infantry Battalion of the 756th Infantry Regiment of the 150th Infantry Division Stepan Neustroev, the immediate superior of Berest, Yegorov and Kantaria, at the end of his life decided to restore historical authenticity and changed some of his testimonies. In addition, in his book «The Way to the Reichstag» Neustroev gave details of the appearance on the banner of the name of the military unit.

“I would like to tell you more about how the Victory Banner was delivered to Moscow. June 20 1945 years old, I, Yegorov, Kantaria and Syanov (Sergeant Ilya Syanov was among those who covered the scouts during the hoisting of the flag. — * Gazeta.Ru *), accompanied by the head of the political department of the 150th division, Lieutenant Colonel Artyukhov, arrived at the headquarters of the 79th rifle corps. We were met by the head of the political department of the corps, Colonel Krylov. The entire group, which was instructed to deliver the Banner of Victory to Moscow, was assembled. Colonel Krylov checked the combat performance of the Victory Banner. He unfolded the Banner and turned gloomy … After the battles, it was added on it:

* 150 pages of the order Kutuzov II class. Idritsk. div. *

Krylov stared at Artyukhov point-blank and asked: “Who gave you the right to write this?” And he pointed his finger at the number 150. Artyukhov realized that the unauthorized actions of the division command had to be sorted out somehow, and suggested to Krylov not to wash off and erase the inscription, but, on the contrary, to add: 79th corps, 3rd shock army, 1st Belorussian Front.