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Russian House in New Delhi has launched a new educational project

29.09.2022 59 просмотров

The educational project of Russian language film lessons has been launched for students in India.


Russian House in New Delhi launched on Wednesday a new educational project — film lessons of the Russian language for students of the Indian University. Jawaharlal Nehru, a TASS correspondent reports.


As part of the initiative, it is planned to watch Russian short films with their subsequent discussion, vocabulary analysis and a quiz. About 50 of its students gathered at the first film lesson in the walls of the Indian university. "Communication with native speakers of the Russian language in itself is invaluable for students. The films help to expand the knowledge of Indian youth about the culture and nature of Russia, to give an idea of social norms and rules. Getting to know Russia through films is very important for them," said the lecturer of the University. Jawaharlal Nehru, translator of Sonu Saini.


The 2019 film directed by Ivan Sosnin "Moscow — Vladivostok" was selected for the first screening as part of the project. "Using films in the classroom allows you to create a special atmosphere of lively cultural exchange, which students really like and motivates them to speak," said Elena Peregudova, a teacher of Russian as a foreign language, one of the organizers of the project.


Such film lessons are planned to be held in University named after. Jawaharlal Nehru once a month. In addition to students and teachers, employees of the Russian Embassy in Moscow are invited to participate in the discussion of the film. New Delhi and members of the Association of Russian Compatriots Living in India.


As the leading expert of the Russian House in New Delhi Vasily Shagap, one of the important activities of the Rossotrudnichestvo representative office in India is the promotion of the Russian language. "In this area, our long-standing partner is the Center for Russian Studies of the University named after him. Jawaharlal Nehru. We are confident that the launch of a new joint initiative will not only help students develop their skills by communicating with native speakers, but also help them better understand Russian culture and traditions," he said.


Center for Russian Studies of the University named after Jawaharlal Nehru is working on the study and promotion of the Russian language in India. In the last two years, with the participation of his staff, a Dictionary of Culture of the XXI century, monographs on the theory of translation, collections of short stories by Anton Chekhov, Mikhail Zoshchenko, Nikolai Gogol translated into Hindi, as well as prose poems by Ivan Turgenev and plays by Evgeny Schwartz in Bengali, the novel "House" by Rachakonda Viswanath Shastri from Telugu have been prepared and published into Russian. Russian Russian Dictionary and Hindi—Russian Phrasebook The center has also developed educational applications for smartphones - "We read and listen to the stories of M. M. Zoshchenko in Hindi and Russian", "Hindi-Russian Phrasebook" and "Play and learn Russian".

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