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Tutorial Saturdays conducted at Russian Center in Hungary

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Tutorial Saturdays conducted at Russian Center in Hungary


01.08.2018


In the first half of 2018 teachers of Russian as a foreign language met at Russian Center in Budapest for tutorial Saturdays 5 times in order to exchange experience, ideas and ask questions on methodology of teaching the Russian language in Hungary.

Master-classes traditionally are delivered by famous Hungarian expert in teaching Russian as a foreign language Doctor Irina Osipova. Last year the seminars were dedicated to various questions, for example: several lexical grammatical groups of adjectives, how to prepare students for a discussion: state, argue and agree. Besides, as a part of the discussion club Teach Grammar, teachers discussed such topics as volume and order of grammar materials of the first year of studying, words: new, modern, jargon, occasional and phenomena of the amateur song in Russian culture.

Tutorial Saturdays have been organized at the Russian Center in Budapest for 9 years. The number of teachers at each seminar is around 30 people, the total number of participants from Budapest and other cities is 100.

This year Irina Osipova received the state award for special contribution into teaching Russian as a foreign language in Hungary. She is the author of numerous studying books and teaching materials on Russian as a foreign language. She is collaborating with Russian cultural center. She worked for several decades at Eotvos Lorand University and trained future teachers of Russian as a foreign language. She is leading scientific research and our tutorial Saturdays. 

Zhuzhanna Dimeshi, Budapest

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