Living history lesson - meeting with a senior, witness of important historical events that had an impact on his/her life. The essence of the meeting is not to learn about important historical events in the general sense, but to focus on the fate of the individual in an interesting, often tragic situation in world history.
A typical structure of work on a living history lesson is as follows:
- Preparation of a senior’s biographical note
- Developing questions for a senior based on a biographical note
- Logistic preparation of the meeting
- Meeting with the senior
- Developing the collected material
- Dissemination of work results

What is a living history lesson?