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Training program for RSL teachers started in Milan

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Training program for RSL teachers started in Milan


A professional development program began for teachers of Russian as a foreign language living in Italy began on October 20, at the Russian Center of the University of Milan,

The program, designed for 40 hours, consists of two modules: "General methodological issues of teaching Russian as a foreign language" and "Practice-oriented methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language".

The program is taught by professors from the Pushkin State Institute and teachers of the Russian language department of the University of Milan. The main part of the program takes place in an online format, which allows everyone to improve their professional level without leaving home.

In February 2021, two days of practical training for participants are planned at the Russian Center.

Oksana Bejenari, Milan

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