Soviet Education. Review of the Subjects That Students Studied in 1-3 Grades #ussr reviews

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Soviet education in the late 70s. Schools in the USSR. What subjects Soviet students studied in the first to third grade. Going to school in Kiev, Soviet Ukraine. Review of my school day planner.
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SOVIET EDUCATION: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNq3y0OU1_BYi9W4HBQ5xhZ5IbX22Cd9Y
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  1. USHANKA SHOW

    Hello, comrades!
    My name is Sergei. I was born in the USSR in 1971. Since 1999 I have lived in the USA.
    Ushanka Show channel was created to share stories as well as my own memories of everyday life in the USSR.
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  2. Eduardo Hwang

    Thanks!

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  3. Crusty Bastard

    Growing up a actual communist .then moving to USA ,and becoming a rabid gun hating commie . I'm thinking he is a KGB plant

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  4. new reast

    ow!
    that's what they mean when they say ''Obama is a leftie''.
    now i get it.
    i thought that they thought that he thought he is socialist or smg. no way he isn't.

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  5. The Bengal Dragon

    Good old corporal punishment. Not in the first grade but when we were upwards of the fifth grade and so forth our teachers knew that our bones were getting stronger and bigger so one ruler would not do the trick so they used to make a ruler sandwich with a put a wooden ruler on top a metal ruler in between and a wooden ruler at the bottom to inflict more pain if student started acting the fool

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  6. The Bengal Dragon

    Are you sure you did not go to my school in the 90s? This whole thing about recording homework and using only the red pen for teachers, this was through out my entire schooling. Up till 2005 after which I move into high school.

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  7. PushyPawn

    Kids had to use reusable & refillable fountain pens as part of "penmanship education". The harder you press the thicker the line, like calligraphy. The ink took 10 seconds to dry and writing with the left hand caused smudges on what you had just wrote. Often the ink pens would leave an extra blob of ink or a thick line if you pressed too hard (i.e. a full stop) and that would take longer to dry before you came around again on the line below it. Special squares of absorbent paper were used to wick away the excess ink if this happened, they were called "pramakashka" (absorber). I believe that was the reason to encourage right-handedness.

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  8. PushyPawn

    11:45 "…kids learning how to write, pen and shit."

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  9. Brian McConnon

    Universally, if you ask anyone about their education there will be heartfelt memories. Bad in my case

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  10. Brian McConnon

    It was the same in Ireland at that time but we had a religious teacher ( Brother )

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  11. Brian McConnon

    Starting school at six and 10 years of Monday to Saturday seems reasonable. One of my favorite Irish comedians' bit as a youngster was "Fucking Homework! – I've got too much running around to catch up with as it is"

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  12. JustAnother IrishMan

    OMG can't believe you had to go to school six days a week. My worst nightmare.

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  13. t4705mb6

    When I attended school in Massachusetts we had 35 (or more) students per class.
    Today in Worcester Country the average is 14.2 children per class!!

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  14. Anthony DeBenedictis

    I'm 35 and have lived in the US my whole life. While when I grew up left handedness wasn't something teachers and parents tried to change, when my parents were in school, they did make kids use their right hand in similar ways you describe.

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  15. Dragunov Bushcraft

    That's funny. I'm also a lefty. My 1st/2nd grade teachers switched me to the right hand. Now, I can write with both. 🙂 This was in the late '60's. This was in the state of Kentucky.

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  16. walter kersting

    Ushanka, are you atheist?

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  17. GGALLIN1776

    Before I add in my own story, I'm curious, did you have to watch films like this in school?
    https://youtu.be/IKqXu-5jw60

    I was 10 when the soviet union broke up & we were still watching those films on 8mm projectors with a vinyl soundtrack from the 50s/60s every year. We had to practice hiding under our desks or running to the hallway, etc.

    Ah the days when school started in September, not August.
    When I started it was usually after labor day & went for 180 until late June or early July depending on how many snow days. I think the latest was July 8th or 10th.
    We were doing unknown numbers by 1st grade along with cursive….I think third grade was algebra.
    The last year that I had the highest honors all year was 5th grade.
    Once I hit 6th grade & they mixed the three elementary schools, it was fights and trouble from day one. No clue why, as the years went by I got bullied more, so more fights & I couldn't concentrate on work when people sitting next to me are punching or stabbing me.
    I still have the graphite in my arm from one or two pencil stabs.
    The teachers said the only reason that I was graduating from middle school was they put in fake passing grades because they couldn't deal with me for another year if I was held back. For being such a horrible student I learned spanish & french pretty well.

    Onto (trade) high school in the inner city….
    Had perfect grades for 9th grade but then came the bullies again.
    Speaking of the teacher's grading journal, in high school I made those mysteriously end up on the lawn outside, that & the seating charts.
    Eventually I was banned from sitting by a window after tossing ALL the books from the second floor English class.
    When I switched schools, that same teacher ended up switching too & being my English teacher.
    First day she walks in & says "Oh no, not you! Away from the window!"

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  18. ocudagledam

    Was your school actually called School No 69?! I find it really weird. All of our elementary schools have "proper" names. For example, mine used to be called 25th of May (that was a holiday, Youth Day), but was renamed Duško Radović (author known both for aphorisms and children's poems), the one across the street is called Ivan Gundulić (a baroque poet) and the one across the other street was called Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (now a tourism secondary school). Although, secondary schools of a certain type are usually known by number (and the type of education they provide).

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  19. Eric House

    7:50 What is that a Standard issue Soviet union Ink pen?

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  20. therickson100

    I have noticed that pictures of Soviet elementary schools, the pupils are in two person desks and, usually, boys and girls are seated together. This must have been policy as the only time the seating is b-b or g-g is when there are different total numbers of boys and girls in a class.

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