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Using of Сommunicative Method in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language to the Students (Intermediate Level)

Student: Evgeniya Leenson

Supervisor: Olga Eremina

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Fundamental and Computational Linguistics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The goal of this final qualification work was to develop a universal methodology of teaching Russian as a foreign language to students of intermediate level (according to the standard European system). In this paper, foreign students were treated as a separate age category. Their goals and motivation to learn Russian as a foreign language were studied in detail, possible psychological problems were described. An attempt was to create a unique methodical approach that contributes to the achievement of students` goals and to the solution of their problems, removes psychological problems. The universal approach is based on the adapted methodological principles described by G.A. Kitaygorodskaya in her book "Methodological fundamentals of intensive learning foreign languages." Based on the received methodical approach, One Unit on the lexical theme "How to spend your free time in the city" was created in this work, based on the received methodical approach. It consists of 4 blocks: Museum, Cinema, Restaurant, Theater. The created educational material can be applied in teaching Russian as a foreign language to students of intermediate level.

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