Modern approaches to teaching
Modern approaches to teaching
Russian as a second language

About the project

Russia in research and cultural dialogue 2020, international project funded by a grant from the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.

The main objective of the Advanced Training Course "Modern approaches to teaching Russian as a second language" (72 academic hours) is to develop the competencies of university teaching staff in the field of teaching Russian as a second language. The course is run by the University of Granada, Spain and the Udmurt State University, Russia, which have been closely cooperating in research and academic fields for over 20 years. The course includes lectures and workshops, presentations, and cultural events. The course is taught by lecturers from the University of Granada, Udmurt State University, the University of Barcelona and the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences.

The course will be held from 25 to 27 November 2020 in a distance-learning format. The course is free. Key modules of the course: disputed methodology issues of teaching Russian as a second language; lexical and grammatical aspects of teaching Russian as a second language; use of online resources in teaching Russian as a second language.

The course is free. At the end of the course, you will receive an electronic certificate of completion from the Udmurt State University (via e-mail). The course working language – Russian.

The advanced training course "Modern approaches to teaching Russian as a second language" is carried out as part of the activities aimed at promoting the Russian language, the departmental target program "Research, methodological, and staffing support for teaching the Russian language and the languages of the peoples of the Russian Federation" of the subprogram "Improving education system management".

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Registration

To take part, fill in the application from October 15 to November 15, 2020 (use the link below). Seats are limited. Your registration will be confirmed after Nomember 15, 2020.

Registration is closed.

The course is supervised by Irina A. Votyakova, lecturer at the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada.

Photo report of the advanced training course

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Program

November 25-27, 2020

November 25, 2020 (Madrid time)

9.00 - 9.30 Course opening. Link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkTDV9TGYz0&feature=youtu.be
9.30 - 10.30 Lecture
10.30 - 10.50 Break
10.50 - 12.20 Workshop
12.20 - 12.40 Break
12.40 - 14.10 Workshop
16.00 - 17.00 Cultural events. Link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Md3EpaEAcc&feature=youtu.be
18.00 - 19.00 Wrap-up

November 26, 2020 (Madrid time)

9.00 - 10.30 Lecture
10.30 - 10.50 Break
10.50 - 12.20 Workshop
12.20 - 12.40 Break
12.40 - 14.10 Workshop
17.00 - 18.00 Presentation of the Zlatoust publishing house. Anna V. Golubeva, Candidate of Philology, chief editor of the Zlatoust Center.
Publications to be used during the pandemic: the Zlatoust Center recommendations. The presentation will focus on printed teaching aids for online learning, digitization projects, implemented by Zlatoust over the past six months, and also a new project of translating popular monographs on applied linguistics, which Zlatoust will launch in 2021.
18.00 - 19.00 Presentation of the Russian language publishing house. The course. Svetlana Yu. Remizova, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, General Director of the Russian Language publishing house. The course, Elena N. Denisenko, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, science editor of the Russian language publishing house. The course.
Topics of speeches:
Getting to know the culture of Russia. Novelties of the Russian language publishing house. The course. Svetlana Yu. Remizova, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, General Director of the Russian Language publishing house. The course.
The structure of a modern RSL textbook of the Russian language publishing house. The course. Elena N. Denisenko, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, science editor of The Russian language publishing house. The course.
19.00 - 19.30 Wrap-up

November 27, 2020 (Madrid time)

9.00 - 10.30 Lecture
10.30 - 10.50 Break
10.50 - 12.20 Workshop
12.20 - 12.40 Break
12.40 - 14.10 Workshop
17.00 - 20.00 Lecture. Course closing

Speakers

Лариса Васильевна СоколоваLarissa V. Sokolova – Doctor of Philology, Lecturer of the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada. Graduated from the Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Awarded with Alexander Pushkin medal (the highest award of MAPRYAL for promotion of the Russian language in the world). Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation; member of MAPRYAL; member of the International Association of Slavists; member of the international research group "Slavic Studies, Caucasian Studies and Typology of Languages", University of Granada; member of the Council of Experts of Cuadernos de Rusística Española. Author of 12 books (including 6 books in foreign languages) and over 120 research articles. Participant of 14 international research projects, including UNESCO International Year: Culture for Peace. Leader of two international projects to create indigenous educational resources with the support of the Russkiy Mir Foundation.
Рафаэль Гусман ТирадоRafael Guzman Tirado – Professor of the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada; member of the Presidium of MAPRYAL; leader of the international research group "Slavic Studies, Caucasian Studies and Typology of Languages", University of Granada; editor of Cuadernos de Rusística Española; Honorary Doctor of Udmurt State University; leader of research and innovative projects; co-author of a number of textbooks on the Russian language for Spanish students; author (co-author) of numerous research articles, chapters and monographs. In 2017, by the decree of the President of the Russian Federation, he was awarded the Order of Friendship for promoting friendship and cooperation between peoples and working towards the rapprochement and mutual enrichment of the cultures of nations and ethnic groups.
Войчех СосновскиWojciech Sosnowski – Candidate of Philology, doctoral student at the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences; teacher of Russian as a second language at the School of Foreign Languages, University of Warsaw and at the Department of Foreign Languages and Intercultural Dialogue,  European College in Warsaw; member of the editorial board of Języki Obce w Szkole; author of over 40 research articles and chapters in monographs in the field of Slavic linguistics, lexicography, methods of language teaching; author of parallel corpora of Russian, Bulgarian, Polish and Ukrainian within the European project CLARIN "Lexicon of semantic correspondences in the Russian, Polish and Bulgarian languages", "Lexicon of active Polish and Ukrainian phraseology"; author of Russian language textbooks "Learn with us" (В1, В2, С1), "Get to know Russia" and "Polskie czytanki"(parts 1 and 2); participant of Erasmus+ international methodological projects.
Жоан Кастельви ВивесJoan Castellví – Professor of the Department of Slavic Philology, Faculty of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Barcelona. He is involved in teaching Russian as a second language, and descriptive and applied linguistics. His research interests are currently focused on second language acquisition and teaching Russian as a second language, although he continues his research in other fields, such as phonetics and phonology, corpus linguistics, which are associated with his early academic career. Joan Castellví is a member of CLiC (Computational Linguistics Center), with his most recent publications focusing on Task Based Language Teaching (TBLT), vocabulary acquisition and teaching Russian outside the linguistic environment. At the moment, Joan Castellví is developing the curriculum and educational materials for beginner-level Russian language courses based on TBLT principles at the University of Barcelona.
Энрике Федерико Керо ХервильяEnrique F. Quero-Gervilla – Dean of the Faculty of Translation and Interpretation, Professor of the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, Director of the Russian Center of the Russkiy Mir Foundation at Granada University, leader of the university research group "Research in Slavic Philology", Honorary Doctor of Udmurt State University, author of numerous research papers on comparative linguistics, translation and interpreting and the linguistic mapping of the world. Professor Quero-Gervilla is a co-author of the Joint Double Degree Educational Program "Contemporary European Languages and Literatures" (UGR) and "Applied Philology Russian Language "(UdSU) launched in 2011.
Вотякова Ирина АлександровнаIrina A. Votyakova – Candidate of Philology, Lecturer at the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada; member of the university research group “Studies in Slavic Philology"; co-author of 3 textbooks on Russian as a second language; author of more than 60 research articles and published reports; participant of 6 innovative projects at Granada University on various aspects of teaching Russian; member of the editorial board of CuadernosdeRusísticaEspañola, TORFL testor for levels A1-C2. Until 2020, she worked as an associate professor at the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, was Deputy Director of the Institute of Language and Literature for International Affairs, head of the educational bachelor's program in Russian as a second language at Udmurt State University. She was awarded certificates of honor of the Ministry of Education, the Ministry for Ethnic Policy and the State Council for the Udmurt Republic.
Патрушева Лидия СергеевнаLidiya S. Patrusheva – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University with 13 years of teaching experience. Head of educational programs in Russian as a second language for bachelor students of the main educational program and international students of foundation courses at UdSU. Author of a number of research articles on TORFL preparation and co-author of textbooks on grammar and practical stylistics. Teacher of advanced training courses in Russian as a second language at UdSU. Author of a curriculum for teaching Russian as a second language in a distance format.
Копылова Татьяна РудольфовнаTatyana R. Kopylova – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University, Chairperson of the commission on Russian as a Second Language, TORFL testor for levels A1-C2, member of the university research group "Studies in Slavic Philology", member of the editorial board of Mundo Eslavo, editor-in-chief of Language and Literature in Research Dialogue (2010-2016), editor of Trends in Slavic Studies. Author of over 100 research and methodological works, including the monographs "Communication in the modern scientific paradigm", "Word and silence in Russian communicative behavior", educational and teaching aids "Nouns in dialogues and exercises: Russian for Spanish speakers", "The Russian language. Preparing and passing B2", "The Russian language. Preparing and passing. The Russian language for the Russian Federation citizenship", "Grammar and style ", "Communication theory: from A to Z", etc.
Килина Лилия ФаатовнаLilia F. Kilina – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. She has extensive experience in teaching philological disciplines in bachelor's and master's programs, as well as Russian as a second language. Author of over 70 research articles and 10 educational and teaching aids, an active participant in international conferences and various research projects. Research interests of Associate Professor L.F. Kilina include historical stylistics of the Russian language, grammatical semantics, Slavic languages in a comparative aspect. Under the supervision of L.F. Kilina students conduct research, and present their results at various research and academic forums at UdSU and other Russian universities.
Зайнуллина Саида РадиковнаSaida R. Zainullina – Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. She has extensive experience in teaching philological disciplines in bachelor's programs, as well as Russian as a second language. She successfully supervises students' research work. Research interests of Saida R. Zainullina include Russian phraseology in the diachronic aspect, historical stylistics, comparative study of the Russian and Polish languages. Author of over 20 research articles, an active participant in international conferences in Russia and abroad. Currently, she is a member of the subject commission of the Unified State Examination in Russian, as well as deputy chairperson of the regional subject commission of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren in the Russian language.
Фомина Татьяна НиколаевнаTatyana N. Fomina – Candidate of Philology , Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. Research interests: Slavic linguistics, comparative grammar of Slavic and non-Slavic languages, lexicology and phraseology of the modern Russian language, history of the Russian language. She has been teaching Russian as a second language for 30 years. Over the years, she worked as a visiting lecturer in the exchange program within the framework of the inter-university bilateral cooperation agreement at Granada University, Spain. In 2003-2005 she was sent by the RF Ministry of Education to Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia. Author of a number of articles and textbooks. Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation.
Татьяна ПортноваTatiana Portnova – Lecturer at the Russian Center of the Russkiy Mir Foundation at Granada University. Bachelor in Spanish and Slavic philology (University of Tartu, Estonia), Master in cultural studies (University of Granada, Spain), and Candidate of Pedagogy (University of Granada, Spain). Coordinator of the Master's program in creative writing at Granada University. Staff member of the Open University of Catalonia. She is engaged in research in the field of literary arts in the process of studying and teaching foreign languages. She took part in various projects promoting literary arts in Granada educational centers. Member of the research group "Didactics of Foreign Languages" at Granada University, as well as the European Association of Creative Writing Programs (EACWP). Secretary of the Spanish Association of Professionals in the Field of Russian Language and Culture (AEPRU).
Горожанкина Тамара НиколаевнаTamara N. Gorozhankina – Lecturer at the Russian Center of the Russkiy Mir Foundation at Granada University, graduate of Voronezh State University with a degree in Theory and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages and Cultures. In 2012 she was awarded a Master's degree in Translation Studies from the University of Granada (Spain). In 2015, as part of the post graduate course, she completed an internship at the Higher School of Translation, Moscow State University. In 2017 she defended her doctoral thesis at the University of Granada. For the last 10 years she has been teaching English and Russian. Member of the university research group "Studies in Slavic Philology", and also the technical secretary of MundoEslavo.
Мариненко Павел ИгоревичPavel I. Marinenko – Candidate of Philology, lecturer at the Russian Center of the Russkiy Mir Foundation at Granada University, member of the university research group “Studies in Slavic Philology". In 2000 he graduated from Kyiv National Linguistic University.  In 2008 he completed Master's program at the Diplomatic School of Spain under the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2015 he received the title of Associate Professor at the Department of Spanish and Italian Philology. Starting from 2000, he worked as a lecturer at Kyiv National Linguistic University, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Boris Grinchenko Kyiv University, the Ukrainian-American Humanitarian Institute of Wisconsin International University (USA) in Ukraine.  For four years he worked as a visiting lecturer at the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada. The area of his research interests includes lexicology, phonetics, word formation, as well as teaching languages.

Materials of lectures and workshops

Lectures:

Lecture 1 "Task-based language teaching (TBLT) used for teaching Russian as a second language." Lecturer: Joan Castellvi, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, University of Barcelona. PDFTask-based language teaching (TBLT) used for teaching Russian as a second language

Lecture 2 “Digital nationally-oriented educational resources on Russian as a second language and Russian culture." Lecturers: Rafael Guzman Tirado, Doctor of Philology, Professor of the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, Larissa V. Sokolova, Doctor of Philology, Lecturer of the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada. PDFDigital nationally-oriented educational resources on Russian as a second language and Russian culture

Lecture 3 "Methodology spirals - disputed issues of teaching Russian as a second language." Lecturer: Wojciech Sosnowski, PhD, teacher of Russian as a second language at the Center for Foreign Languages, University of Warsaw and at the College of Europe in Natolin, Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. PDFMethodology spirals - disputed issues of teaching Russian as a second language

Lecture 4 "On the national specificities of teaching Russian pronunciation, or Can Spanish students speak Russian without an accent?" Lecturer: Enrique Quero-Gervilla, PhD in Philology, Professor of the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada. PDFOn the national specificities of teaching Russian pronunciation, or Can Spanish students speak Russian without an accent?

Workshops:

Workshop 1 "Word-formation aspects in the classes of Russian as a second language (initial stage)." Lecturer: Irina A. Votyakova, Candidate of Philology, Lecturer at the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology, University of Granada. PDFWord-formation aspects in the classes of Russian as a second language (initial stage)

Workshop 2 "Grammar of colloquial speech in the classes of Russian as a second language (advanced stage)." Lecturer: Tatyana R. Kopylova, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. PDFGrammar of colloquial speech in the classes of Russian as a second language (advanced stage)

Workshop 3 "Historical commentary in the classes of Russian as a second language." Lecturers: Lilia F. Kilina, Candidate of Philology, Head of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics; Saida R. Zainullina, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. PDFHistorical commentary in the classes of Russian as a second language

Workshop 4 "Organizing synchronous and asynchronous classes of Russian as a second language using GoogleClassroom, Moodle, Vkontakte, AdobeSpark, etc." Lecturer: Lidia S. Patrusheva, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. PDFOrganizing synchronous and asynchronous classes of Russian as a second language using GoogleClassroom, Moodle, Vkontakte, AdobeSpark, etc.

Workshop 5 "Game technologies in teaching Russian as a second language." Lecturer: Tatyana N. Fomina, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Udmurt State University. PDFGame technologies in teaching Russian as a second language

Workshop 6 "The role of extracurricular activities in the development of colloquial speech of foreign students studying Russian." Lecturers: Tamara Gorozhankina, PhD; Tatiana Portnova, PhD; Pavel Marinenko, PhD - lecturers at the Russian Center, University of Granada. PDFThe role of extracurricular activities in the development of colloquial speech of foreign students studying Russian

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