Heading: PROBLEMS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATION
Pages: 19-25
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2017-9-2-19-25 ÓÄÊ 378.147 ÁÁÊ 74.480.26
Title: ENCULTURATION OF FOREIGN STUDENTS TO RUSSIAN TRADITIONAL SPIRITUAL VALUES DURING STUDY IN RUSSIA
Authors: S.N. Garanina, V.E. Matveenko, I.Yu. Shabaeva
Abstract: The classroom work and extracurricular work of Russian language teacher during Russian language lessons in foreign students’ auditorium (first year students, Russian higher education) are described in the article. There is a description of training topics, oral and written methods of work with texts which include information about Russian traditional spiritual values. Linguistic and cultural capability of Russian folk fairy tales is analyzed in the research, rationality of folk material usage during Russian language lessons in view its rich content, which reflects everyday life, history and spiritual Russian nation values
Keywords: Russian language as a foreign, Russian traditional spiritual values, curricular and extracurricular work, methods of oral and writing work with text, òational and cultural originality of the Russian language, familiarization of foreign students to Russian culture
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