Issue: Issue №6 2020

M.Y. Lebedeva. I’M GIVEN A CORPUS – WHAT TO DO WITH IT? CORPUS TECHNOLOGIES IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

Corpus linguistics, corpus-based language teaching, corpus-driven language teaching, corpora, corpus technologies. The article is devoted to the possibilities, advantages and limitations of the use of language corpora in language teaching. In the field of teaching the Russian language, including Russian as a foreign language, this direction is only developing, however, the potential of the corpus […]

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S.А. Sharoff. NOT ONLY SIZE MATTERS: ISSUES IN CREATING FREQUENCY DICTIONARIES FROM CORPORA

Robustness of frequency data, frequency bursts, genre diversity, illustrative examples, assessment of difficulty The paper discusses the issues in creating frequency dictionaries aimed at language teaching, while taking into account such parameters as sources of corpora, actual word frequencies, document length consideration, as well as variation in topics and genres. It provides examples of problems […]

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A.N. Laposhina. A CORPUS OF RUSSIAN TEXTBOOK MATERIALS FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF AN EDUCATIONAL CONTENT ANALYSIS

RFL textbook, corpus of textbooks, pedagogical corpus, corpus-driven language learning, textbook analysis. The paper describes the experience of collecting, marking up and utilising the corpus of texts from textbooks of Russian as a foreign language, RuFoLa. Such a collection of texts is an effective tool for getting objective information about the content of modern RFL […]

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O.S. Eremina. RUSSIAN SET EXPRESSIONS IN SPEECH OF FOREIGNERS: CORPUS APPROACH

Russian as a foreign language, set expressions, corpus methods, error typology, error correction. Errors made in choosing or structuring a set expression are quite common for foreign speakers of Russian even for those with a good mastering of the language. The large amount of these errors is caused by the frequency of set expressions in […]

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M.V. Kopotev. THE MOST DIFFICULT ONE: TEACHING WORD CO-OCCURRENCES ONLINE

Lexical and grammatical co-occurrence, collocations, colligations, collostructions, corpus. The article is devoted to the description of the online resource CoCoCo (cococo.cosyco.ru), which allows a user to receive information about both lexical and grammatical co-occurrences of words. The goal of the resource is to provide quick answers to the most difficult questions in learning Russian: how […]

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P.A. Morozova. ON THE RELEVANCE OF CORPUS DATA FOR TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. THE EXAMPLE OF CREATING VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR EXERCISES

Language corpora, Russian national corpus, corpus queries, teaching Russian in German-speaking environment, Russian cases. This article suggests that there is a number of special conditions under which a linguistic corpus can turn from an puzzling immense data set into a working tool meeting the requirements of a Russian language teacher, and describes the first-hand experience […]

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A. Katinskaia, Jue Hou, R. Yangarber. LANGUAGE LEARNING BASED PRACTICING WITH STORIES: HOW TECHNOLOGY HELPS TO TEACHER

Online language learning, Revita, ICALL, intelligent tutoring systems. Developing educational applications of one the promising areas of Computational Linguistics. In this article, we show how tools for automatic natural language processing can be used to create a system for language learning. Revita is being developed at the University of Helsinki. It is a tool for […]

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Yu.V. Rogovneva. SYSTEM OF SUBJECTS IN NON-FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTIONS

Non-functional text, reproductivity, informativity, subject, modus frame. The article analyzes the system of subjects in texts describing real, non-fictional reality. The correlation of three types of subjects (the speaker subject, the modus subject, and the dictum subject) allows us to describe the features of the functioning of language tools in non-fictional texts, identifies the language […]

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G. Klechkova, J.Kohout, M. Peshkova, M. Voltrova. COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN THE LINGUO-DIDACTIC ASPECT: EXPERIMENTAL DESCRIPTION (ACCORDING TO A STUDENT SURVEY)

Foreign language teacher, communicative competence, intercultural competence, Russian as a foreign language, higher education. The article presents the results of a reaserch studying the perception of the importance of individual components of communicative competence by students, future teachers of foreign languages. The material of the study is the data of a survey conducted among students […]

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A.N. Matrusova. FUNDAMENTAL SEMANTIC OPPOSITION «LIFE – DEATH» IN THE RUSSIAN SONG OF THE XXth CENTURY

Russian song, semantic opposition, value, axiology, life, death. The paper deals with the axiological subjects life and death as parts of the fundamental semantic opposition that belongs to the Russian linguistic worldview. The opposition is considered within the context of Russian songs. DOI: 10.37632/PI.2020.283.6.010

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N.I. Nikolskaya. TO THE ISSUE OF THE WAYS TO PRESENT AND APPROACHES FOR ANALYZING OF FOLKLORE MATERIAL IN THE RUSSIAN SCHOOL ABROAD

Bilingualism, language personality, linguaculture, Russian folklore, folklore archetypes, concepts, Russian language program for bilingual children, learning to read. In this article, the expediency of including folklore material in literary reading program for a Russian school abroad is argued, and ways to present and approaches for analyzing of folklore texts during the lessons in foreign centers […]

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N.V. Tatarinova, E.V. Rubleva. DIGITAL COMPETENCE OF A TEACHER AS THE BASIS FOR EFFECTIVE WORK IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Distance education, digital competence, electronic educational environment, portal «Education in Russian», professional standard «Teacher of Russian language». This article discusses the problem of acquiring new competencies in the field of information and communication technologies by teachers of Russian as a foreign language, and raises the issue of improving the level of digital literacy of teaching […]

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E.A. Fedorova. STUDYING THE WORKS OF F.M. DOSTOEVSKY IN A MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

F.M. Dostoevsky, «Crime and Punishment», «Netochka Nezvanova», «The Dream of a Ridiculous Man», multicultural environment. A system of classes aimed at implementing an axiological approach to the work of F.M. Dostoevsky is proposed. In the 8th grade, the story Netochka Nezvanova is studied, the story of the musician Efimov correlates with the gospel parable about […]

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O.N. Kalenkova, O.E. Chubarova. ADDRESSEE OF THE WORK BOOK «WINTER STORIES OF RUSSIA»

Foreign speakers, bilinguals, native speakers, target audience, formation of reading skills. This article aims to present the work book «Winter stories of Russia», which has a methodological potential to teach students of different categories: both foreigners who study Russian, and children of compatriots living in a limited language environment. The meeting points of the teaching […]

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E.S. Zaprometova. READING IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEACHING OF BI-LINGUAL CHILDREN OUTSIDE RUSSIA

Russian as a foreign language, additional education, language courses, bi-lingual families living outside Russia, bi-lingual language and literature studies. The article studies the role of reading the Russian literature in the bilingual families living outside Russia. It recommends which texts aren’t necessary for bilingual children. DOI: 10.37632/PI.2020.283.6.015

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Tang Meng-Wei. NATIONAL CHENGCHI UNIVERSITY: AT THE ORIGINS OF RUSSIAN STUDIES IN TAIWAN

National Chengchi University (NCCU), Russian Studies in Taiwan, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at NCCU, Taiwanese-Russian relations, Russian as a Foreign Language (RFL). The article gives a brief overview of the history of Russian studies in Taiwan, and demonstrates the role played by National Chengchi University (NCCU) in the process. NCCU has served as […]

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