RUSS3001

Russian III.1

Credits:

Period:

Assessment:

6

1st semester

100% coursework

Prerequisite:

RUSS2002. Russian II.2

Co-requisite:

Nil

Description

Elecitve Course
In this course students continue to build upon work done in the First and Second Year. The intention is to further expand students’ proficiency in Russian. Class lectures will make use of interactive approaches so as to elicit creativity, problem-solving skills, and encourage the participants to become advanced users of the language. Various literary and non-literary texts from Russia and other Russian-speaking countries will be used, with the aim of stimulating critical reading and discussion. Learning activities will also be supported by audio-visual and web-based materials which will help students to better understand Russian and Slav languages socio-cultural environments. Tutorial groups will be arranged separately to foster oral expression and debating skills.

Professor:

Malikov, Amir

Malikov, Amir

Assistant Lecturer