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Gramota Russian school in Montreal holds Silver Archer USA Award

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Gramota Russian school in Montreal holds Silver Archer USA Award


Gramota Russian school in Montreal has got a prestigious award of the Silver Archer for its project developed by the school team with support of Russkiy Mir Foundation. Website containing a versatile curriculum on humanitarian subjects for Russian schools opened abroad was bestowed an award in the field of public relations’ development Silver Archer USA.

The school team has worked out studying materials on universal history, history of Russia, literature and geography based on state standards of the Russian Ministry for Education and in accordance with optional work regimes of Russian educational centers. A database of presentations on all the subjects was created as well. As a result, an educational website was launched for storing database of studying materials and presentations in public access. Now teachers are welcome to borrow ready materials for strengthening and promoting Russian language, culture and education in the world.

Russian CG in Montreal Yuri Bedzhanyan and the head of representative office of Silver Archer USA and Executive Director of the Silver Archer Nadezhda Yavdolyuk handed the award to the project authors of during graduation evening at the Gramota Russian school in Montreal.

Gramota Russian School becomes a holder of the Silver Archer Award for the second time. First time it got it for the Living Chronicles of War 1941-1945 project in the Victory nomination in 2015.

Tatiana Kruglikova, Montreal

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