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In 6-8 weeks students will be introduced to the Cyrillic alphabet, the present tenses and 1-2 cases. In 8-12 weeks students will deepen present tense, adjective usage and most cases in the singular form will also be covered.Main conversation topics include: introducing oneself, talking about food, family, and different actions in the present and past...
Taught in English. Level 1 is for those who have no experience with the Russian language, or perhaps gathered extremely limited vocabulary through family and friends but never formally studied the language. In Level 1, students are introduced to the sounds and characters of the Russian alphabet, basic rules of pronunciation and spelling and vocabulary...
Level 2 is for those who are relatively comfortable with the characters and sounds in the Russian alphabet, present tense conjugation (I live/you live/he lives, I work/you work/he works, etc.) and have very limited vocabulary. Students should feel comfortable struggling through introducing themselves, talking about what language(s) they speak, where...
Level 3 is for those who are comfortable with converting the ends of nouns depending on whether they are an object of an action, a subject in a sentence, or a mean by which the action is performed (i.e. changing the end of the word library for "I work in a library/I am walking toward a library/I live near a library"). Level 3 students are also comfortable...
Level 4 is for those who are getting comfortable with using all 6 cases. Nominative, Prepositional, Accusative, Instrumental, Genitive, Dative. Level 4 students are able to:1. Recognize the case markings in both the written and also spoken forms, but could use a bit more practice in using them.2. Recognize and use Russian verbs in the present, past...
Level 5 focuses on solidifying major grammar points and is meant to gear you up for Advanced Conversation Practice. Coming into Level 5, you should be able to:1. Recognize and use all six cases in singular and plural (including numerals, possessive and demonstrative pronouns).2. Recognize the key aspects of meaning carried by each case;3. Recognize...
Learn American Sign Language through songs and play with children close to your child’s age. Go home each week with new vocabulary and new tunes to enhance communication between you and your child! Whether you intend to incorporate sign language in your life for the long term or simply during this pre-verbal/developing verbal time, watch in awe as...
Russian poet, writer, political activist Dmitri Bykov has yet another incarnation: he teaches literature in high school and college. Recently, he started presenting public lectures on Russian literature and writers. For his June 22nd appearance at the library, he is preparing a talk on how the image of America in Russian literature of the 20th century...
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In language class, students focus on reading and writing in Russian, appropriate for their level.
In Speech Development, students read stories, watch cartoons, and listen to music- all in Russian! The teacher leads a lively discussion meant to foster thinking in Russian rather than translating.
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