Advanced Russian II
For students with at least 400 hours of prior formal instruction in Russian, or fewer hours of formal instruction but a semester or more in Russia. In this class, students tackle the more complicated grammatical and syntactical structures of the Russian language and significantly increase their vocabulary by studying Russian root-based semantic groups, idioms, and synonyms. The course focuses a good deal of attention on the development of students’ lexical competence (active vocabulary of 2,500 words) by acquainting them with prototypical models of the word formation and derivation processes of contemporary standard Russian. Much of the class’s work is devoted to the detailed analysis of Russian films, as well as the reading of contemporary poems, short stories, and excerpts of longer prose works. Students give short presentations on the writers whose works they read. Students typically complete this course with advanced low to advanced mid language skills.
- Summer 2014 Language Schools
- Gifford 125-1(GFD 125-1)
- 9:00am-9:50am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at GFD 125-1 (Jun 23, 2014 to Aug 15, 2014)
9:00am-9:50am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at GFD ANNEX LNG (Jun 23, 2014 to Aug 15, 2014)
- Maria Alley Evgenia Dvinova
- Language School
- Requirements Fulfilled:
- Non-degree, Undergraduate
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RUSS3403A-L14 Lecture (Alley, Dvinova)