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Switzerland, Germany and Austria will choose best RSL teachers in September

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Switzerland, Germany and Austria will choose best RSL teachers in September


13.02.2020

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Teachers, who teach in Russian at schools in Switzerland, Germany and Austria, will be able to take part in the Teacher 2020 competition. The competition was organized by the FoRuss cultural and educational center with the support of the International Methodological Council for Multilingualism and Intercultural Communication, the Society of Russian Language Teachers in Switzerland and the RSh journal, the FoRuss website reports.

Winners will be determined based on the works created for the competition. Teachers were asked to present an outline of an innovative lesson, illustrative material for it, as well as a description of game elements and the use of modern technologies to the organizing committee. Participants can also present their own educational games.

Works will be accepted till March 1, the winners will be announced in September. They will have the opportunity to take a bilingualism course for free and take part in the Worldwide Online Educational Practice Marathon. The jury includes scientists, educators, theater directors and journalists.

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