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Innovational Russian language teaching methods presented in Paris

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Innovational Russian language teaching methods presented in Paris


Peoples' Friendship University of Russia Press-service

Russian language teaching methods incorporating new technologies developed by Peoples' Friendship University of Russia to be introduced in Paris. French linguists and students to attend round table and master class, informs the website of the International Association of Russian Language and Literature teachers

The main topic in teaching Russian as a Second language is complication of doing this outside language environment. New PFUR technology partially compensates this issue. Electronic and other teaching accessories to be introduced.

Also, the new method introduces diverse self-studying hours and hours with teacher.

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