Russian Course Descriptions

Russian Course Descriptions

This is a course for students who have not studied Russian before. 

As a result of the course students will learn to read and understand simple texts and dialogues in Russian, as well as participate in small conversations on a number of topics. Students will be able to understand and use essential Russian vocabulary and provide basic information related to everyday life: naming things, numbers, colors, describing foreign language skills, family, housing, city, professions, possessions, location, directions, etc.

Students will be exposed to authentic Russian language and culture through songs, films, and websites.

Prerequisites: No prior knowledge of Russian is expected.

Textbook: No textbook is used for this course. The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

This is a course for students who have not studied Russian before. 

As a result of the course students will be able to talk about several topics in everyday life: formal and informal greetings, addressing and introducing people, occupation and professions, nationality, foreign language skills, family, possessions, city, directions, locations, housing, numbers, and colors.

Students will be exposed to authentic Russian language and culture through songs, video, and websites.

Prerequisites: No prior knowledge of Russian is expected.

Textbook:The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

This is a course for students who have completed Conversational Russian 1 course. 

As a result of the course students will review and consolidate what they have learned in the previous course as well as learn to make comparisons, talk about housing, countries, cities, marital status and family, professions and education, days of the week and working schedule, some everyday activities in the present and past tense.

Students will be exposed to authentic Russian language and culture through songs, video, and websites.

Prerequisites: No prior knowledge of Russian is expected.
 

Textbook: The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

 

 

This is a course for students who have not studied Russian before. 

As a result of the course students will learn to read and understand simple texts and dialogues in Russian, as well as participate in small conversations on a number of topics. Students will be able to understand and use essential Russian vocabulary and provide basic information related to everyday life: naming things, numbers, colors, days of the week, describing foreign language skills, possessions, marital status and family, housing, city, professions, expressing location, asking for and giving directions, making comparisons, talking about working schedules and some everyday activities in the present and past tenses.

Students will be exposed to authentic Russian language and culture through songs, films, and websites.

Prerequisites: No prior knowledge of Russian is expected.

Textbook: No textbook is used for this course. The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

This is a course for students who have completed Russian Beginner 1 Language Course. 

As a result of the course students will review and consolidate what they have learned in the previous course as well as learn to talk about professions, education, past, present and future daily routine and free-time activities, vacations, travelling, sports, music, seasons, eating and drinking, shopping for food, and Russian money. They will also learn to ask friends out, accept and decline invitations. 

Students will be exposed to authentic Russian language and culture through songs, films, and websites.

Prerequisites: Russian Beginner 1.

Textbook: No textbook is used for this course. The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

This is a course for students who have completed Russian Beginner 1 and 2 Language Courses. 

As a result of the course students will review and consolidate what they learned in the previous course as well as learn to talk about buying presents, ask for advice and making decisions, discuss likes and dislikes, ages and dates of birth, express congratulations and wishes, talk about nature, climate, weather and weather-related activities, travelling, modes of transportation, make reservation in hotels, order food, discuss family and life plans, describe physical appearance, talk about health and going to the doctor.

Students will be exposed to authentic Russian language and culture through songs, films, and websites.

Prerequisites: Russian Beginner 1 and 2.

Textbook: No textbook is used for this course. The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

 

The goal of the course is to develop students’ speaking, listening, reading and writing skills through a variety of communicative exercises and activities. As a result of the course students will be able to read and understand simple texts and dialogues in Russian, as well as participate in small conversations on a number of topics. Students will be able to understand and use essential Russian vocabulary and provide basic information related to everyday life: formal and informal types of addressing people, naming things, numbers, colors, describing foreign language skills, family, housing, city, possessions, describing location, asking for and giving directions, talking about some current and past activities.

 

The class is conducted in English and Russian.

 

Prerequisites: none

Textbook: The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

 

This is a course for students who have completed Conversational Russian 1 course. 

As a result of the course students will review and consolidate what they have learned in the previous course as well as learn to make comparisons, talk about housing, countries, cities, marital status and family life, professions and education, days of the week and working schedule, some everyday activities in the present and past tense.

 

Prerequisites: Conversation Russian 1.

Textbook: The instructor will provide students with all necessary leaning materials.

 

Course duration: 10 weeks, 20 sessions of 1 hour, 20 hours)

 

 

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