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Russian (Русский)

Courses Information

Russian is spoken by approximately 300 million people worldwide and is the world’s eighth-most spoken language by the number of native speakers. Russian is widely spread in Europe, Asia, and Oceania.

 

It is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Russian was added as a working language of the General Assembly in 1968.

 

 

Course Structure

Russian language course

Russian language course consists of four levels. Each level assures certain development in all four tools of the language (LSRW). 

 

Basic (RU1): (Duration – 3 months) 

Reading: Students will be able to read and extract the main points of short simple authentic texts (such as newspaper headings public notices, signs, ads, etc.). Students are expected to read general matter texts in Cyrillic.

 

Writing: Students will be able to reproduce in written form (Cyrillic) the context of a simple text, answer simple questions and write a short message, etc.

 

Listening: Students will be able to follow short oral dialogues (5-10 lines) and monologues on everyday topics, and to extract specific information (topic, place, time, reason) without necessarily understanding every word.

 

Speaking: Students are able to participate in simple conversations, to respond appropriately to questions of conversational nature based on a limited number of everyday situations, to start a conversation and express themselves in simple (standard) situations. Students are also expected to carry on a conversation about them and express their own opinion.

 

Junior (RU2): (Duration – 3 months)

Reading: Students will be able to read small authentic texts (newspapers, magazines, books, etc.) of both informative (factual) and descriptive nature. They must demonstrate the ability to understand the main points as well as specific details. 

 

Writing: Students will be able to reproduce the context of a text (reproduction) and write their own composition, such as a letter, a card, etc.

 

Listening: Students will be able to understand short oral dialogues, and extract factual information like; topics, time, relations, characteristics, purposes, causes, etc. They are also expected to make sense of longer dialogues and attitudes of speakers. Listening texts like; announcements, news items, etc. are also included in it.

 

Speaking: Students will be able to by two examiners (an Interlocutor and an Assessor). Students are able to participate in a dialogue, respond appropriately to questions of conversational nature, and start and finish their own conversation. Students are also expected to be able to converse on various topics (about themselves, their work, profession, interests, hobbies, families, about their country, their city, etc.).

 

Senior (RU3): (Duration – 3 months)

Reading: Students will be able to read fluently various intermediate-level texts. Students must show an understanding of the main points as well as of specific details, understand the author’s viewpoint and reproduce the given text logically. 

 

Writing: Students will be able to write their own versions of texts they have heard or read with the ability to summarize (plans, notes) and to write their own informative texts in the form of personal or business letter, inquiries, applications, etc.

 

Listening: Students will be able to understand everyday life conversations (announcements, news, TV features, etc.). Students are able to extract factual information, speakers’ intentions, aims and motives, opinions and relations from the text. Students will start interpreting while having conversations in another language with other people.

 

Speaking: Students will be able to participate in a guided conversation, initiate a dialogue asking questions on the topic of the conversation, and describe something they have seen, express their opinion, and achieve their communicative intentions in a conversation.

 

Advance (RU4): (Duration – 3 months)

Reading: Students will be able to understand and interpret appropriately various texts of cultural and business language nature, to read authentic texts, and make elementary text analysis. Students should show various reading skills including scanning and detailed reading and be able to apply and combine these methods. 

 

Writing: Students will be able to write their own versions of heard and read texts, show their ability to analyze the information (notes, reports, and formal/informal letters) in detail. Real-world materials (articles, brochures, advertisements, and formal/informal letters, etc.) are taken as reference. In addition, candidates must write a composition of a descriptive, narrative or discursive nature (an article, an essay, and a longer letter). Texts are written for a specified purpose and target reader. 

 

Listening: Students will be able to understand recorded texts in detail including the speaker’s attitude and feelings. Texts and content which is taken from the radio and TV features, extracts from fiction films, plays, public speeches, etc. will be understood immediately. 

 

Speaking: Students will be able to participate in a guided conversation, initiate a dialogue asking questions on the topic of the conversation, and describe something they have seen, express their opinion, and achieve their communicative intentions in a conversation. Students have already become a translator or interpreter.

 

 

(The Course will be handled by native and Indian trainer)

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