Russian in a Contemporary World is an intermediate textbook with a focus on improving oral and written skills of the Russian language by encouraging students’ creative potential with their use of language in a contemporary society, such as media, TV, art, and technology.
Key features of the textbook include:
Aimed at B1-B2 and Intermediate-Mid students of Russian, this is the ideal textbook for those aiming to improve their Russian whilst gaining knowledge of contemporary Russian culture and society. With answer keys and grammar topics included, the textbook is also ideal for independent study.
Elena Simms is Language Tutor of Russian in the University Language Centre and in the Department of Russian and East European Studies at The University of Manchester. She previously taught at Moscow State University where her academic career began in 1995. She holds a PhD in Russian as a Foreign Language from the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute in Moscow. Her current area of focus is the methodology of teaching Russian as a foreign language with an interest in communicative, innovative language teaching and learning at university level.
Tatiana Romanova is Senior Language Tutor in Russian at RUDN University, Moscow, Philological Faculty, Department of the Russian Language and Teaching Methods. She is a graduate from Lomonosov Moscow State University and is the author of numerous textbooks on teaching Russian as a foreign language. Her main interests are linguistics, multi-culturalism and literature.
15.9 x 23.5 cm
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6 Dec. 2019
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