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Russian Language Week starts in London

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Russian Language Week starts in London


Russian language week started in London, Rossotrudnichestvo reports. Educational center Znaniye (The Knowledge) with support of  Rossotrudnichestvo organised the event. School teachers, scholars, researchers, education science specialists from Russian and European higher education institutions take part in it.  

Russian class managed by the Russkiy Mir Foundation and Russian language Center managed by the Pushkin Russian Language Institute are working at the Znaniye school. 

In the frames of the British Secondary school the Russian language exam training was conducted.  

Exhibition dedicated to Russian language to be open in the frames of the Days of Russian Language. National higher education institutions will present their programs. Seminar on application of mathematical skills in learning Russian and language development with participation of Peoples' Friendship University of Russia head of the Russian language department Marina Kunovsky to be held as well. 

The forum will become a platform for discussing hot topics for teaching Russian as a second language and methods used for teaching bilingual kids.

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