Russian

 

RUSSIAN LANGUAGE STUDIES

Learning Russian is a process which helps to develop closer links, relationships and communication between Cyprus and Russia, countries with common linguistic traditions and a rich culture.

 

Course Descriptions

 

LAN 090: Russian – Beginners level I

The purpose of this course is to develop the ability to listen to and understand spoken Russian in a range of contexts and a variety of styles, to communicate in speech for a variety of purposes, to read and respond to different types of written language, to communicate in writing for a variety of purposes, to understand and apply a range of vocabulary and structures, to develop language learning and communication skills which can be applied broadly. By successfully completing this course students will have a substantial advantage for their future careers and will be able to take LAN 091 Russian Course.
Topic areas: house and home environment, room and classroom, acquaintances, family, free time and entertainment, education and studies, places, countries, nationalities and languages. Students will also become familiar with topic areas relating to numbers, shops, time, the calendar, weather and personal identification.
 
LAN 091: Russian – Beginners level II
 
The purpose of this course is to develop the ability to listen to and understand spoken Russian in a range of contexts and a variety of styles, to communicate in speech for a variety of purposes, to read and respond to different types of written language, to communicate in writing for a variety of purposes, to understand and apply a range of vocabulary and structures, and to develop language learning and communication skills which can be applied broadly. By successfully completing this course students will have a substantial advantage for their future careers and able to take the LAN 092 Russian Course.
Topic areas: places. towns and cities., traveling. and shopping.
Pre-requisite LAN 090 or equivalent
 
LAN 092: Russian – Intermediate level I
 
The purpose of this course is to develop the ability to listen to and understand spoken Russian in a range of contexts and a variety of styles, to communicate in speech for a variety of purposes, to read and respond to different types of written language, to communicate in writing for a variety of purposes, to understand and apply a range of vocabulary and structures, and to develop language learning and communication skills which can be applied broadly. By successfully completing this course students will have a substantial advantage for their future careers and will be able to take A2 Russian Course in the Adult Education Program.
Topic areas: food and drink, shopping, daily life (holidays, invitations, presents, wishes, treatments), leisure, hobbies and studies, health and body care and my working day.
Pre-requisite LAN 091 or equivalent