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Russian language week starts in Berlin

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Russian language week starts in Berlin


19.11.2018


The week of the Russian language has kicked off on Monday, November 19, in the German capital. It is held with the assistance of the Russkiy Mir Foundation.

The event has become an annual tradition. Every year professors from leading Russian universities gather in Germany.

Experts from the Moscow Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, the Bashkir State University and other universities will share their experience and best practices. The forum program includes seminars, workshops and round tables.

The main topic of the conference will be the issues of teaching Russian for bilingual children. Guests will be able to visit educational institutions where education is built on a bilingual basis. In particular, the seminars will focus on the latest teaching methods in bilingual educational institutions. The participants will discuss topical issues of teaching Russian abroad. Teachers will see some new methodical literature issued by Russian publishing houses.

An exhibition, Fabulous Artists. Book graphics of Yuri and Elizabeth Vasnetsov, organized by the Mikhailovskoye Museum-Reserve is timed to coincide with the conference. There will also be Pushkin works illustrations by Igor Shaimardanov.

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