Theory of teaching Russian as a foreign language and crosscultural communication

Theory of teaching Russian as a foreign language and crosscultural communication

Direction: Linguistics

Graduate’s degree (qualification): master

Form of education: full-time

Duration of program: 2 years

Modules and Disciplines:

1 year of education: Philosophy of Education and Science, Sociolinguistics, History and Methodology of Science, Russian Literature in the Modern World, Legal Support of Professional Activities, Constitutional Anthropology, Scientific Methods and Technologies in Pedagogical Activity, General Linguistics and History of Linguistic Studies, Semiotics and Semantics, Theory training and education, Methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language, Intercultural communication, Modern technologies for teaching and assessing the achievements of students Modern Lectures in Learning and Assessment of Students’ Achievements (Elementary School), Linguistic Pedagogy / Linguistic Problems of Special Pedagogy and Psychology, Linguistic Culture of the Russian Language / Workshop on Intercultural Communication, Scientific Methodological Seminar.

2nd year of study: Scientific methods and technologies in linguistics, Modern linguistic concepts of Russian language, Methods of linguistic analysis, Psycholinguistics, Discourse analysis of written and oral speech, Textology, Theory and practice of language adaptation of migraine Antiv / Language adaptation of migrant children, Communicative and intercultural competences of students (main school) / Communicative and intercultural competence of students (elementary school), Scientific and methodological seminar.