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82-191 Elementary Russian I

Department:Modern Languages
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This course begins the Russian language sequence and is offered in the Fall semester only. The course takes a proficiency-based approach to teaching basic skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Language is presented in communicative contexts illustrating cultural aspects of daily Russian life. Special emphasis is given to developing oral competency. Attendance is required at four hourly meetings per week. One to two hours per day outside of class must be devoted to practice in the Language Learning Resource Center and to other oral and written homework assignments. The elementary level is designed to help students learn to reflect upon and draw upon strategies used by good language learners in their second language study. Prerequisite: None.

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