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Long stay the Russian language

MAOU Secondary School No. 184 “New School” in November 2021 held a sequence of online events dedicated to Russian as a overseas language

An on-line seminar was held on November 23, 2021. It was attended by representatives of Russian schools abroad, facilities of open schooling in Russian and Russian language teaching from greater than 60 nations. Speakers from 15 international locations (Russia, Turkey, Vietnam, Thailand, Finland, Spain, Germany, Czech Republic, Republic of Moldova, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan) made reviews on the professional expertise of educating Russian as a overseas language, and one other 9 foreign members sent their video messages from China, Indonesia, Liberia, Colombia, Morocco, Tajikistan, Mongolia, Syria, Egypt, Peru. Business coach Ivan Vozmilov was the moderator and ornament of the seminar.

According to the outcomes of voting by the participants of the seminar, the TOP-3 speakers were decided:

1. Kristina Evgenievna Agafonova from Moscow “Teaching understanding and interpretation of metaphor within the classroom in Russian as a foreign language”
2. Irina Aleksandrovna Balji from Turkey “Yesterday’s textbooks do not work. Methods of instructing Russian as a international language for youngsters of a new generation on the example of the academic complicated “I’m great!””
3. Anna Lyubivaya from St. Petersburg “Electronic platforms and distance applications in educating RFL”.

On November 29-30, 2021, a complicated training program was held in the format of an international online internship.

On November 29, the organizers of the program held a “New School Day”, which included open classes, grasp classes, workshops and interactive lectures.

The members additionally identified the TOP-3 audio system:

1. Natalia Yushkova, “Learning the Russian language via Russian folk video games” and “Principles of working with reading in Russian”
2. Natalia Shirokova, grasp class “Russian Matryoshka” and shared the strategies of instructing the Russian language by way of drawing.
three. Anastasia Yezhova, “Information and communication technologies within the examine of the Russian language.”

On November 30, the ultimate day of the project happened: eight Ural experts within the area of RFL presented stories and shared their professional secrets of teaching the Russian language.

The program members sent letters with words of gratitude to the organizers for the excellently performed program: Tatyana Yurievna Olshevskaya (Deputy Director for Scientific and Methodological Work), Anton Sergeevich Fedorov (Chief IT Specialist). They also noted the warm and honest atmosphere that developed in the course of the project.

On the project web site you’ll be able to familiarize your self with the materials and shows of the speakers.