Russian School of Languages and Cultures

Courses

It is highly recommended that students taking the basic first- and second-year Russian courses (RUSS 101, 102, 201, 202)  also take the corresponding one-credit conversation courses (RUSS 111, 112, 211, 212) which are coordinated with them, and which provide practice and reinforcement of the material in the base course.  Students who take both together usually are more successful at learning Russian.


SPRING 2018 Courses 

RUSSIAN 102: RUSSIAN LEVEL II
The second course in the language sequence in standard Russian.
Instructor:  Gabrielov, Lyanda-Geller

RUSSIAN 112: CONVERSATIONAL SUPPLEMENT TO RUSSIAN LEVEL II
Basic development of intonation patterns, formulas for question and response in a variety if situations. Activization of basic Russian vocabulary and grammar. 
Instructor:  Madan

RUSSIAN 202: RUSSIAN IV
The fourth course in the sequence of Russian courses, a continuation of RUSS 201. 
Instructor:  Gabrielov

RUSSIAN 212: CONVERSATIONAL SUPPLEMENT TO RUSSIAN LEVEL IV 
Guided practice in conversation based on vocabulary, grammar, and readings covered in RUSS 202. 
Instructor:  Madan

RUSSIAN 302: RUSSIAN LEVEL VI
Continued development of Russian speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities, using material dealing primarily with everyday life and civilization in the Soviet Union from a variety of sources (e.g. newspapers, magazines, TV, recent literature, etc.) Conducted primarily in Russian. 
Instructor:  Lyanda-Geller

RUSSIAN 380: RUSSIAN CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION I
Instructor: Hope

RUSSIAN 402:  RUSSIAN LEVEL VIII
Further advanced work on speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities in Russian. Course materials will cover a variety of topics illustrated by film and other media, both print and non-print. Conducted primarily in Russian.
Instructor:  Lyanda-Geller

RUSSIAN 498: THE CAUCASUS
Instructor: Hope

RUSSIAN 562:  STRUCTURE OF RUSSIAN II
Instructor:  Channon

 

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