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language: English
Title Peace Museums in the Russian Textbook  
Subtitle  
Date 26. April 2010  
oraganization International Museum of Peace and Solidarity  
Author Mr. Director Anatoly Ionesov  
Museum The Samarkand Peace Museum Project, Uzbekistan, Samarkand  
Short version 3 Words  
Long version 141 Words  

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The most popular Russian high school textbook of English language for 9-graders "Enjoy English" includes a one-page text on peace museums. It gives a short introduction on peace museums as well as it features some details on the International Museum of Peace and Solidarity in Samarkand. The article is titled "Start Smiling Now" referring to our international project “The World Smiles”. Students are requested not only to read this text, but also to analyze it and to do some exercises listed below it.

"Enjoy English" is on the official federal list of textbooks recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation. This textbook has run through several editions and is widely used in general educational institutions all over Russia. Its authors: Merem Biboletova, Elena Babushis, Olga Clark, Alevtina Morozova and Inna Solovyova.





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