Course NameRussian – Lower Intermediate to Intermediate (A2-B1) – Afternoon (RU04)

RU 04

Course NameRussian – Lower Intermediate to Intermediate (A2-B1) – Afternoon

Course Content: Developing communication skills and acquiring the vocabulary needed to discuss everyday topics. The lexical and grammatical material taught is derived from commonplace, everyday dialogues. The focus of the course is developing communicative skills  using vocabulary-focused conversational topics.— . Teaching will be supplemented by reading simple, adapted texts and working with texts. Listening exercises and watching TV and videos. Teaching will be tailored to the level and interests of the students.

Course Objective: Participants will be able to understand formal language that relates to familiar issues encountered in everyday situations and will be able to deal with most situations that may arise while using a foreign language. They will be able to write simple, coherent texts about well-known topics or subjects of personal interest. Participants will furthermore be able to describe experiences and events and briefly detail their plans or justify their views.

Minimum Entry Level: The course is designed for students who want to deepen their basic knowledge of Russian, who have mastered the Cyrillic alphabet (in printed and hand-written forms) and are able to read and understand simple adapted texts in Russian. The course can be taken as a preparation course for the maturita examination in Russian.

Notes: Up to 15 students in the class

Teacher: Mgr. Vlasta Klausová

Total Class Hours : 20

Dates: 8.7.-12.7.2024

Class time: 15:00 – 18:15

Teaching materials: Jelínek Stanislav et al.: Raduga po novomu 1. Fraus, Plzeň, 2007.

Jelínek Stanislav. Radugaponův 2. Fraus, Plzeň, 2008.

Golovatina, Varvara; Klausová, Vlasta: Practical Russian language. Pilsen, 2013.

Nekolová, Věra; Camutaliová, Irena; Vasiljeva-Leskova, Alena. Russian not only for self-taught. Ed. 1. Prague: LEDA, 2002.

Čára, Vladimír; Balcar, Milan ; Ladmanová, Jarmila. Russian Grammar for Secondary Schools. Prague: SPN, 1996.

Horvátová M. Russian Conversation, Prague 2004.

Fozikoš A. Facts about Russian-speaking countries, Pilsen.

Grammar: Verb conjugation, verbs that change their root consonants, verbs, personal and possessive pronouns, noun and adjective declension, cardinal and ordinal numbers.

Topics: Relationships in the family, interests and hobbies, work and studies.

Introducing yourself. Addressing and greeting others. Russian names.Do you speak Russian? Knowledge of foreign languages.How old are you? Where do you live? A visit. Our family. Professions.

Price: CZK 2690