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Tula professors teach russianists and schoolchildren Russian language

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Tula professors teach russianists and schoolchildren Russian language


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Tula Pedagogical university n.a. LeoTolstoy conduct Learning Language – Learning Culture educational program in Prague. This course aims to promote Russian language in Czech Republic. Lectures and seminars for teachers, students and schoolchildren are included in this program, Tula University website reports.  

Big delegation of the Tula University with its rector Vladimir Panin and leading professors came to the Czech capital. Higher qualification course for the local RSL teachers is dedicated to the innovative methods of learning Russian as a second language are the main program event. Russian teachers will conduct open lessons in five Czech cities.

Lectures, virtual tours, master classes and meetings of the Tula University management with teachers of local colleges and schools are included in the rich cultural-educational program. 

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