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Russian language week was held in five cities of Poland

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Russian language week was held in five cities of Poland


A week of the Russian language has been held in Poland, the Russkoe Obrazovanie (Russian Education) website reports. It is included in the program of educational expeditions organized with the assistance of the Ministry of Education. The program covered five Polish cities: Warsaw, Lodz, Wroclaw, Bialystok and Narew.

The activities are aimed at promoting the Russian language and popularizing Russian culture, they are created for teachers and students of the Russian language and those who are interested in Russian culture and history. Compatriots and residents are invited to the event.

The large-scale program brought together lectures, tours, creative meetings, speeches by scholars, philologists and teachers. They were supplemented by round tables for Russian specialists and master classes. Admission was free for all events. Over a week, more than three hundred people from different regions took part in them.
The educational expedition started at the University of Warsaw, where a lecture on the history of the Russian language and linguistic myths was held.

In Bialystok and Narew, schoolchildren, students and their teachers were invited to literary meetings. An open Russian language lesson was held in Lodz. A lecture entitled Russian language and its brothers and language games were organized in city educational institutions. A popular science lecture Russian language - or Russian languages? was held at the University of Wroclaw.

Russkiy Mir  reported that the routes of international educational expeditions passed through the territory of nine European countries - Poland, France, Estonia, Belarus, Latvia, Hungary, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Austria.

The main task of the large-scale event is to increase motivation for learning the Russian language, develop the popularity of Russian literature, promote Russian culture and strengthen the position of Russian education. Another important goal is the professional development of teachers of the Russian language.
Russkiy Mir

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