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Moscow organized creative workshops for schoolchildren studying the Russian language

14.12.2021 214 просмотров

In the sanatorium and health complex (SOK) "Kamchia" (Bulgaria), with the support of the Department of Foreign Economic and International Relations of Moscow (DVMS), a series of events for children of Russian compatriots was held: creative master classes, round tables, etc. & nbsp;


The educational program was attended by children from Spain, Bulgaria, as well as from the Crimea. This format is ideal for teaching students of different ages. In the course of creative master classes in a playful way, the children got acquainted with Russian culture, traditions and complexities of the Russian language. In the future, training in this format will be carried out in different areas. So, for example, in the summer of 2022, the Kamchia SOK, together with the New Names Foundation, plans to hold a summer school for artists and a music school for children from Russia and foreign countries. 

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tables. The participants discussed the issues of teaching the Russian language in foreign countries. Speaker Dmitry Kozhaev, Head of the Department for Work with Compatriots, CIS and Baltic States of the Department of Foreign Economic and International Relations of the City of Moscow, noted that Moscow has a large academic base in the field of Russian studies, not only for teaching native and foreign Russian language, but also for teaching bilingual children.

“Our teachers have specially designed programs and manuals for such students. We are ready to hold special educational events for teachers and bring in the best Russian specialists to share their experience,” said Dmitry Kozhaev. 

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Moscow regularly supplies equipment, interactive whiteboards and textbooks for Russian-language schools abroad. According to representatives of the FEMDS, such assistance will also be provided in the future. 

The event ended with a presentation screening of the film "Burn, Burn Clearly" by Honored Artist of the RSFSR, director Natalya Bondarchuk . The picture was shot based on the play by Samuil Marshak"Twelve Months". 

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