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Master's Programme 'Russian as a Foreign Language in Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Perspective'
Russian as a Foreign Language in Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Perspective
Teaching Russian as a foreign language is not only about teaching grammar. It is also about introducing the student to the world of Russian culture, and equipping them with the skills to participate in Russian-speaking society. Graduates of this programme, in addition to the traditional training in methodology, theory of language, and Russian studies, also learn how to work with native speakers of Russian (including children), as well as how to use technology and resources such as the Russian National Corpus and the Russian Learner Corpus as part of the learning process. Upon completing this programme, specialists may work as teachers of Russian as a foreign language, researchers, teacher trainers, and as consultants in schools attended by children with non-native Russian.
What’s the best way to learn Russian? Is it difficult to get used to the Siberian winter? Can you teach Russian language if you’re not a native speaker of it? Andres Cuéllar, a student of the Master’s programme ‘Russian as a Foreign Language in Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Perspective’, has discussed these and other issues with HSE News Service.
During the week May 21 - May 25, the Center of Russian as a Foreign Language welcomed Dr. Julia Lazarus, Deputy Head of the Languages Department FAN, SZ, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
HSE’s Faculty of Humanities is launching a new Master’s programme on teaching Russian as a foreign language. Olga Eremina, Academic Director of the programme, told the HSE News Service why the programme will be taught in two languages and who ‘heritage language learners’ are, as well as why the labour market for the programme’s graduates will be expanding.