Russian Language Zone

Russian Language Zone

Rusistika is the Language Zone for teachers of Russian at all levels and in all sectors, available to ALL members. Its aim is to explore a wide variety of topics, including linguistic, literary, cultural, political and pedagogic contributions of interest to teachers of all levels of Russian teaching (from beginners through to graduates) and in all sectors (in schools, HE and FE). Contributions submitted to Rusistika are peer reviewed and published online subject to approval by independent referees.

Rusistika features articles in Russian and in English, with subjects such as developments in the Russian language; Literature, including recent works; aspects of contemporary Russian society; news of exchanges, competitions and forthcoming events; ideas for stimulating and enriching the teaching of Russian at all levels; contributions from current students about their experiences studying Russian and from graduates in Russian about their subsequent careers; and reviews of publications about Russia and the Russian language, and of resources for teaching Russian.

All articles about the teaching and learning of Russian

Can Quizlet enhance your teaching of Russian?

A review of Quizlet– Ruslan Russian 1 and 2 study sets and flashcards https://quizlet.com/class/2592394/ https://quizlet.com/class/4412976/ As we do not want our classrooms to ‘fall behind the times’, everyone is striving to use the technology-based tools that...

Russian Quad-Vocab: seeking to reinvent the humble vocab book

What sort of person publishes a Vocabulary Book nowadays? Textbooks are far more glamorous. Does anyone even use vocab books anymore? Don’t they just gather dust on pupils’ bedroom shelves? But three years ago, I began to write one. The reason was simply this: pupils...

Spend spring in Russia…

A selection of events across the country this spring, from or about Russia and her neighbours… 02 Feb – 04 April - Russian State Ballet and Orchestra of Siberia, throughout the UK 07-10 Feb & 01-03 March  – Moscow City Ballet, Nottingham and Manchester 10 Feb - A...

Trilingualism: Shaped by History

Please find here, the article 'Trilingualism: Shaped by History', which featured in the autumn issue of Languages Today magazine.  Miklós Cseszneky of Hungary and Albina Kassenova of Kazakhstan show how political history has shaped their countries’ linguistic...

Teaching Film and Literature for AS and A2

‘Russian Teacher’s Resources. Teaching Film and Literature for AS and A2’ University of Leeds, 2017, 27pp The reviewed booklet provides teacher’s resources for teaching Russian at AS and A2 levels with regards to teaching literature and film. The resource rationale is...

Некоторые детали последних исследований в области нейродидактики, рекомендованные к использованию в педагогической практике

Стресс блокирует мыслительную деятельность человека, частично или полностью и разрушает нейроны в конечном итоге. Стрессовые ситуации выделяют гормоны, которые сдерживают мыслительные функции. В случаях хронических стрессовых ситуаций сокращается объем нейронных...

Russian grammar channel

Natalia Lyons Ph.D., MITI, DPSI, SFHEA   King’s College London   This Russian grammar channel (by Dr Curtis Ford) on You Tube presents short videos on essential topics of Russian grammar, which are sometimes covered too broadly in traditional Russian grammar...

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