Group Size
1 - 1.5 hours

Course Description

Russian as a Second Language is taught in accordance with recommendations and standards of the “Modern Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment. A Common European Framework of reference. Council for Cultural co-operation, Educational committee, Strasbourg, 1996”. The primary expectations for students who go through this program include:

  • Able to read short texts from various sources
  • Able to write short texts in various forms
  • Understand primary information heard in monologue and dialogue on basic social subjects
  • Able to start dialogue, develop a dialogue on common social topics
  • Able to formulate one’s opinion based on previously read material
  • Knowledge and application of core grammar in simple conversational situations

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