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Russian languagesubjectcommissionis launched at the Educational Ministry of Israel

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Russian languagesubjectcommissionis launched at the Educational Ministry of Israel


23.09.2019

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Russian language subject commission started to act at the Educational Ministry of Israel, Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. Russian language authors, educational department representatives, experienced teachers, leading methodologists, philologists are among its participants. The head of the Russian language room at the cultural center in Tel Aviv Tatiana Yatzuk to take part as well.

Commission members will study Russian language study methodology, innovation approaches to the choice and presentation of study materials on culture and history of Russia.

Rossotrudnichestvo representation plans to provide every form of assistance to the commission on Russian as a second language study methodology, seminars organisation with leading teachers of Russian universities.

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