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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Olga Kultepina
RuSkELL: Theory and Practice
10
2017
The thesis deals with researching of RuSkELL ("Russian + Sketch Engine for Language Learning") – an online resource for researchers and learners of Russian language. The tool is based on a specially pre-processed corpus (from the Russian Internet in 2011) and has an intuitive user-friendly interface. Russian language learners can search for phrases in sentences (function 'Examples'), extract salient collocates ('Word sketch') and find similar words ('Similiar words') using RuSkELL.

In my thesis I describe the theoretical basis which RuSkELL is working on. The thesis presents the results of the comparative analysis RuSkELL and other corpus-based resources which compile the collocations and lexical/semantic fields of words (like Sketch Engine's corpora or RusVectores). It also views RUSkELL as a corpus-based tool for teaching Russian as a foreign language and presents the practical tutorial which describes the way teachers and students can use the resource in class.

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