Transition Year

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    TY Modules for Beginners

    We have a number of modules designed for TY students who are beginning to learn either Chinese, German, Italian, Korean, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian or Spanish.

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    Why Study Russian?

    Have you ever thought about why you might study Russian? Watch some of the interviews that we did with our students that take our Saturday morning Russian classes and hear what they had to say!

     

     

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    Russian Alphabet

    Russian Alphabet presentation with the sounds on the Russian alphabet. Can be used as teaching material in class and self-study practice for students.

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    MFL Projects in The Classroom and Online Booklet

    A new booklet is available where you will find a selection of ideas, activities and resources for your TY language classes. Each suggestion can be used in a face-to-face context or online.

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    Russian: Expressing Like/Dislike, Family, Numbers/Age

    3 worksheets: Reading practice on expressing likes/dislikes, family and telling age.

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    Russian Cuisine

    Access this resource on Russian Cuisine that can be used at all ages and stages.

     

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    Russian Alphabet in Pictures

    Russian alphabet in pictures.

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    ‘Learn the Russian Language’ from Live Fluent (Website)

    Brought to you by two Russian learners, this blog forms part of the Live Fluent website (featured here).  This website promises to breakdown the mystery of the Russian into more manageable parts to help you start improving your level of Russian.

    Click here to access the website.

     

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    Practical Exercises in Games in Russian

    Series of games to work on Russian letters, names of animals, clothes, items in the classroom and descriptions.

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    Russian Digital Storytelling Project

    Apart from being our daily fuel and providing nourishment, food has a long tradition in art and literature. These facts are not only very stimulating in learning Russian but they also sound “tasty”.

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    Russian Alphabet

    Sound files to accompany basic lessons, alphabet and phonics.

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    Master Russian

    Free grammar lessons, useful vocabulary words and phrases, helpful tips on learning the Russian language, and hand-picked links to the best websites about the Russian language.

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    Seminar: Modern Innovative Methodologies of Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language (2019)

    A number of different resources drawn from a conference in 2019 on the Teaching of Russian.

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    Russian Greetings and Basic Phrases

    Russian greetings and basic phrases.

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    Clock Face Starter Activity

    Get them speaking!

    A fantastically simple yet effective way to get students speaking in the classroom to practise particular topics following the traditional idea of speed dating but in a new and exciting way.

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