Russian

Russian Publications

CALPERLEX series of problem sets
various
Publication Type: PDF
various

CALPERLEX is a series of worksheets that teachers can use in their course to explore language through corpus analysis. Teachers can find single lexical items or contrasting lexical pairs or routine expressions presented in form of concordance lines. The "problem set" can be printed out and used in the classroom. They can also be used by... Read more

Motion Verbs in Narratives, CALPER Publications, 2014
Victoria Hasko, University of Georgia
Publication Type: PDF
2014

This unit on "Motion Verbs in Narratives" by Victoria Hasko (University of Georgia) is part of a series of materials for intermediate and advanced learners of Russian developed by CALPER. The series focuses on areas of Russian language knowledge central to developing narrative proficiency, i.e. the ability to tell stories. An introduction to... Read more

Tense and Aspect in Russian Narratives, CALPER Publications, 2014
Victoria Hasko, University of Georgia
Publication Type: PDF
2014

This unit on "Tense and Aspect in Narratives" by Victoria Hasko (University of Georgia) is part of a series of materials for intermediate and advanced learners of Russian developed by CALPER. The series focuses on areas of Russian language knowledge central to developing narrative proficiency, i.e. the ability to tell stories. An introduction... Read more

Advancing in Russian Through Narration - By: Aneta Pavlenko & Victoria Driagina
Aneta Pavlenko, Temple | Victoria Driagina, Penn State
Publication Type: Soft Cover
2008

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Pavlenko, A., & Driagina, V. (2008). Advancing in Russian through narration. University Park, PA: CALPER Publications.

The focus of Advancing in Russian through... Read more

Rationale and Research Basis for Teaching Materials on Narrative and Conceptual Proficiency in Advanced-Level Russian - Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University
Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University
Publication Type: PDF
2006

The goal of the Russian project at CALPER was to create a set of instructional materials to foster advanced proficiency in speaking Russian. To create such materials, we first had to answer the following questions:
- How is advanced language proficiency in speaking currently defined in the field of Russian language teaching in the US?... Read more