Methodology of Teaching Russian
as a Foreign Language

(for native Russian speakers)

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Who is this course for?

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1. If you are a native Russian speaker and have a degree in Philology or in Teaching Russian language and literature

You are a teacher of Russian language and literature, you know theoretical aspects of Russian. You will learn the difference between Russian as a native language and Russian as a foreign language. You will learn how to teach Russian as a foreign language.

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2. If you are a native Russian speaker and have a degree in Philology or in Teaching foreign languages

You are a teacher of foreign languages, you know methodologies of teaching foreign languages. You will revise theoretical aspects of Russian and learn the system of Russian as a foreign language.

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3. If you are a native Russian speaker but don’t have a degree in Philology

You will revise theoretical aspects of Russian and learn the system of Russian as a foreign language. You will learn how to teach Russian as a foreign language.

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Methodology of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language. A Program (in Russian)

What can you learn?

  • learn general aspects of methodology (principles, methods, forms and content of training, speech skills, etc.);
  • learn the difference between Russian as a foreign language and Russian as a native language;
  • learn the sequence of learning grammar patterns, groups of words, and conversational topics;
  • learn to explain what language native speakers use and communicate with and answer the question “why do they say it like that?”;
  • get the practical skills of analyzing phonetic exercises, vocabulary, and grammar material in textbooks for Russian as a foreign language;
  • learn the methods and techniques of teaching speaking, reading, listening comprehension, and writing in Russian;
  • learn how to construct tests for differing levels of grammar, vocabulary skills, and speech skills.

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Recommended number of lessons:

34 − 70 academic hours.

Lessons Price:

60 minutes − 30.00 USD