The start of the expedition was laid by a series of events at the University of Warsaw
In total, about nine thousand foreign citizens took part in them.
“Members of the commission and its working groups are actively involved in the work to improve the qualifications of teachers of Russian as a foreign language. Thanks to the efforts of the Russian State Humanitarian University, the Russian State Pedagogical University named after A.I. Herzen, Moscow State Pedagogical University and other performers, about two thousand teachers underwent additional professional development, ”Vasilyeva said.
In particular, professional development was carried out on the basis of the Syrian Center for Open Education and Russian Language Training for 150 Syrian teachers of the Russian language and literature. Also, teachers from Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Germany, France, Italy, China and other countries studied under Russian programs.
Representatives of the leadership of the Moscow State University presented their projects to promote the Russian language and Russian education abroad. M.V. Lomonosov and the Russian State University for the Humanities. The work was carried out in several directions: advanced training of teachers-specialists in Russian, the development of educational and methodological materials and their support of foreign colleagues, the holding of competitions for the knowledge of the Russian language and cultural and educational events.
Minister Olga Vasilyeva also supported the proposal of the Deputy Head of Rospechat Vladimir Grigoriev to hold a meeting of the commission next year on the sidelines of the VI Red Square Book Fair, which will be held from 4 to 7 June 2020. It is planned to devote it to the issue of supporting children and youth reading in the Russian Federation, as a tool for the preservation, protection and development of the Russian language.
The members of the Interdepartmental Commission concluded that the joint implementation of projects to strengthen the position of the Russian language will continue next year. Much attention of the members of the Commission will be paid to the further development of state testing in Russian as a foreign language, elaboration of roadmaps for work in the field of support and promotion of the Russian language in foreign countries, improving the infrastructure for studying the Russian language abroad and training Russian language teachers.
The departmental target program “Scientific, methodological, methodological and staffing support for teaching the Russian language and the languages of the peoples of the Russian Federation” for 2019-2025 of the subprogram “Improving the management of the education system” of the state program of the Russian Federation “Development of education” was approved by the order of the Ministry of Education of Russia dated May 16, 2019 No. R-60, and about 7.4 billion rubles have been allocated for its implementation.
The Interdepartmental Commission for the Preservation, Protection and Development of the Russian Language is a coordinating body that ensures interaction of interested federal government bodies and organizations in order to preserve, protect and develop the Russian language as the state language of the Russian Federation and the language of interethnic communication. The commission includes representatives of state authorities, educational and scientific communities.
From 11 to 17 October the Russian Language Week was held in the Republic of Belarus. The complex of events was organized within the framework of International educational expeditions with the support of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.
Schoolchildren, students, teachers of Russian studies and everyone interested in the Russian language and culture took part in master classes and round tables, as well as attended popular science lectures and creative meetings.
The guests learned how not to get lost in the world of Russian dictionaries, listened to a lecture on the topic “Russian spelling today and tomorrow”, and also discussed how Russian is spoken in the modern world. Russian teachers, famous writers, philologists and literary critics helped the participants to understand the history of language development and dispel linguistic myths.
“Thank you very much, it was very interesting and informative, we learned a lot that helps to understand the language,” the teacher of the Lyceum of the Belarusian State University (BSU) Maria Badey and student of the Belarusian State University Olga Sokolova share their impressions. “Such events raise the level of education and awareness of the use of the language, popularize science.”
The information presented at the lectures and round tables was of interest to both novice philologists, both professional and ordinary people, says Olga Zueva, associate professor of the Russian Language Department at BSU.
“As a linguist, events of this format are interesting to me, you can learn new and useful information,“ stir your brains ”- the teacher of Russian as a foreign language Ekaterina Lushnikova thanks the organizers. – There were many interesting stories, unusual facts. Thank you very much! I would like more such important and necessary events. “
The main goal of educational expeditions is to exchange experience, develop educational and cultural ties, discuss topical issues, new methods and modern practices in the field of the Russian language, literature, culture and education.
Russian Language Week – a series of free events aimed at popularizing the Russian language, literature, culture and Russian education abroad – has already ended in Belarus and Hungary and will be held in seven more European countries: Poland, Austria, France, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia. Lithuania.
From 16 to 22 October scientists, teachers hero essay and writers from Russia held events in Poland dedicated to the Russian language, literature, culture and education. Residents of Warsaw, Lodz, Wroclaw, Bialystok and Narew met with famous Russian teachers, writers and linguists. In seven days, over 300 students and teachers from different regions of the country have visited the sites of the International Educational Expeditions project in Poland.
The expedition started with a series of events at the University of Warsaw. For example, a popular science lecture on the history of the development of the Russian language and linguistic myths aroused particular interest.
Literary meetings were also held at the School. Cyril and Methodius in Bialystok and the School and Preschool Association in Narew, at the University of Wroclaw. And in the general education lyceum No. 47 of the city of Lodz, the guests sat down at their desks and took part in an open lesson of the Russian language, as well as listened to a lecture on general linguistics “Days of the week in the languages of the world”. At the language school “To the East” in the Lodz school for all those interested in the Russian language and culture, a lecture “Russian language and its brothers”, as well as language games were held. At the University of Wroclaw, a popular science lecture “Russian language – or Russian languages?” Was held, dedicated to dialects and regiolects, which, according to the audience, literally fascinated the audience.
The guests of the events in five cities in Poland were students, teachers of educational institutions, representatives of compatriot organizations, as well as local residents who are interested in learning about the peculiarities of the Russian language, works of Russian literature, culture and education.
The format of the events allowed all guests to be active listeners and discuss topical issues of studying the Russian language and genre literature.
The educational expedition in Poland has become a massive platform for gaining new knowledge, sharing experience in teaching and learning the Russian language, as well as developing professional contacts between members of the methodological community.
Russian Language Week – a series of free events aimed at popularizing the Russian language, literature, culture and Russian education abroad – has already ended in Poland, Belarus and Hungary and will be held in six more European countries: Austria, France, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
A set of measures is carried out as part of the implementation of the departmental target program of the Ministry of Education of Russia “Scientific, methodological, methodological and staffing support for teaching the Russian language and the languages of the peoples of the Russian Federation”, to which about 7.4 billion rubles were allocated from 2019 to 2025. The program is designed to improve conditions for the development of scientific and personnel potential in the field of teaching the Russian language, promoting education in Russian abroad.
The All-Russian Theater Festival “Artmigration for Children” will take place in Moscow from October 28 to November 3, TASS informs with reference to the press service of the Union of Theater Workers of Russia.
“The best performances for children and adolescents staged outside the capital will be shown in Moscow during school holidays,” the press service said.
The Union clarified that for the first time the project “Artmigration for Children” took place in 2018. Its program includes the best performances staged for children and adolescents by young directors in the regions of Russia.
It is noted that the selection of festival participants takes place on a competitive basis.