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Q&A: Is it true that you can not use the dictionary to learn new vocabulary?

Question:  I was struck by one video where the Russian teacher said to learn only phrases and not words, this […]

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Laying A Good Foundation

LAYING A GOOD FOUNDATION

Guest post 🙂 It seems like the most important thing that should be said at the outset is that learning […]

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Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop 31

Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #31

Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop! The Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop is a place where bloggers can […]

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AdviceRaisingBilingualChildren

What advice would you give to expectant or brand new parents who are considering raising their children in more than one language? {MKB 2015 Vlogging Chain}

Today I am sharing my first Vlogging experience as part of the Multicultural Kid Blogs Vlogging Telephone. I am answering a question […]

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Teachinglanguagesschoolvshome

August Multicultural Kid Blogs Carnival

I enjoyed the emotional and educational July carnival about Fatherhood: reflexions and feelings hosted by La Cité des Vents. August […]

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Speakrussianinus

My Resources to Help Teach Russian to my Children in the US

My dream is to raise bilingual kids who understand my Russian culture and roots and where I come from. It […]

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WHy

Why learn the Russian Handwriting?

This question is so commonly asked by the students of the Russian Language that it warrants its own blogpost. Yes, […]

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Learning Russian Laphabet

Teaching a Child the Russian Letters

I had a lovely conversation today with a mother of a little 2 year old. Her family is trilingual, where […]

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Lesson Plan: Teaching Russian Letters to Children (in English)

Quite frequently when I talk to teacher I am asked about lesson plans. I think that having lesson plans to all our books is a wonderful ides, and at some point it will come to fruition. However at this point I can not create lesson plans for all our books. I did create two short lesson plans with a corresponding video that should hopefully give you some ideas for lesson plans and how to use our books.

This informaiton should be sufficient for about two 45-minute classes. If the classes are shorter, you might have enough for 3 or more classes.

I hope this lesson plan will be helpful, but please sen me your questions, what worked and what did not, what you did differently and I will be happy to reply.

Lessons to Introduce Russian Letter «В» [v]

Lesson 1
Usually I use several books at the same time ( one of the resons I like series – you can combine them if more material is needed). I also always interchange the “sitting” and “moving” activities, so the kids are not jsut sitting in their places all class long.

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Wolf

Lesson Plan: Teaching Russian Letters

Часто, когда я общаюсь с преподавателями, возникают вопросы о планах урока. Я думаю, что это отличная идея, и мы воплотим […]

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