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LINGUIST List 25.1631

Mon Apr 07 2014

Qs: Research in teaching to read and speak Russian

Editor for this issue: Alex Isotalo <alxlinguistlist.org>

Date: 07-Apr-2014
From: Natalia Parker <romashka1996hotmail.com>
Subject: Research in teaching to read and speak Russian
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I am a native Russian with a Language Degree and 15 years of experience of teaching Russian as a foreign language.

As my teaching developed I have realised that there is a demand from students who want to learn to read Russian. I have developed a different approach to introducing Cyrillic, along with relevant vocabulary and tools of putting words into sentences. I have now put together material which, I feel. might be beneficial for other teachers and learners of Russian (as FL). I would like it published as a textbook but do not know where to start.

I am looking for people who have considerable knowledge of Russian linguistics and lots of experience in teaching Russian and would be interested to look at my work and perhaps write some kind of short comment. The advice from anybody who has experience in publishing this kind of books would be truly appreciated too. Thank you.

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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