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Winners of All-Vietnam teachers RSL contest awarded with trip to Russia

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Winners of All-Vietnam teachers RSL contest awarded with trip to Russia


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Winners of All-Vietnam teachers RSL contest received trip vouchers to Russia. The contest was organised by the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Hanoi. The contest is dated to the cross-year between Russia and Vietnam. The award ceremony took place during the concert dedicated to the 220th anniversary of Alexander Pushkin, NhanDan newspaper reported.

The teachers contest is called The Lesson is a Joy of Communication: Technologies of Active Interpersonal Communication. Russian language teachers were talking about their experience on new methodolgies of teaching and motivating students. Winners of thecontest are going to Russia where the big educational and touristic  program awaits.

Director of  the Russian Center of Science and Culture  in Hanoi Natalya Sharfinskaya greeted participants and thanked them for a Russian language popularisation in Vietnam. After the ceremony, children from local schools performed some dances and recited Pushkin poems.

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