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Conference of Russian language specialists held in London

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Conference of Russian language specialists held in London


20.03.2019

Photo: Rossotrudnichestvo

Annual Russian language conference took place in British capital, Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. Russian Teachers Group (RTG) association organised the event.

Photo: Rossotrudnichestvo

Record number of 70 teachers from private and government schools and universities came to share experience, show their last works, discuss new ideas. 

Photo: Rossotrudnichestvo

Discussions on actual topics dedicated to Russian as a second language teaching methods took place within the frames of the conference. New mobile applications, digital educational resources and other educational resources were shared with participants.  

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