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Russian as a Second Language teachers share experience in Lyon

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Russian as a Second Language teachers share experience in Lyon


22.09.2018

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International scientific conference of Russian Complementary Education schools has opened today in Lyon, France. More than 100 teachers from Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Belgium, France have registered to participate.

Experts introduce new technologies and methods developed by Russian and foreign specialists to teach Russian language kids who grow inside and outside Russian language environment.

The organizers promise the intense immersion in the topic, many interesting events, and experience exchange. Teachers from pre-schools, schools and colleges from Europe and Moscow participate in the event.

The activities will result in reports reflecting priceless experience of teaching and learning the language of Alexander Pushkin in European educational institutions.

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