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Russian as a Second language forum to launch in Paris

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Russian as a Second language forum to launch in Paris


18.12.2018

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The teachers of the Russian language and Russian-speaking families with children living in France are invited to attend a forum dedicated to the Russian language. It will be held in Paris in mid-February by Zlatoust Printing House center.

The three-day program includes events for different audiences. They will be of interest to specialists in Russian philology, their students and those who speak Russian as a foreign language.

Russian scholars are going to speak at a tutorial workshop on teaching Russian as a foreign language. It is scheduled for February 15 at the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo.

The events dedicated to working with children who study the Russian language will begin the same day at the Russian Spiritual and Cultural Center at Branly Quay.

The lectures at the Mayor’s Office at the fifth arrondissement of Paris will be open for everyone. There will also be an exhibition of textbooks and teaching aids issued by Zlatoust.

According to the organizers, participation in the forum is free, but prior registration is required. In addition, a special program will be held at the Scarlet Sails Russian school. It has been working in Paris for a decade now.

A methodical seminar on teaching Russian as a foreign language to also be held in Brussels.

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