Useful Russian phrases. A collection of useful phrases in Russian with audio recordings for most of them.
The Russian recordings are provided by the good people at A Taste of Russian. Each phrase is pronounced slowly first, then at normal speed. Transliterations are in the Scientific transliteration of Cyrillic (more details). To see these phrases in many other languages click on the English versions. TTB Russian Colour v2. Search TES Resources. PLEASE NOTE: A new updated 2016 version of this resource is now available.
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Updated July 2016 Fun with French is a blog with lots of good ideas for the primary French teacher. A blatant self-plug, but Frenchteacher.net has a good range of primary resources on the Y7 page, including parallel reading, games, lesson plans, simple worksheets and simple grammar. There are free samples. Communicative activities. Looking for Strategies and Activities?
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Do you ever feel stuck in a rut while planning your language classes?
Perhaps you spend a lot of time lecturing at the white board, use the same activities with different vocabulary for every unit, or rely on teaching students grammar because that's how you were taught. No matter your "go to" activity, we are all much more engaging when we vary our activities and make them relatable. If the speaker is engaging, a good lecture every now and then is enjoyable. However, when faced with daily lectures, students dread class, and hence, learn less.
So why not mix it up? When dreaming up new activities, our main focus should always be authenticity. In a previous Edutopia post, I outlined how to best shape a unit around communication. Interpretive Mode. Teaching Ideas. Join our email newsletter to receive free updates! Close Search for Ideas and Resources Filter Results Menu. Russian Alphabet - Russian Language Lesson 1. The Russian alphabet is easy to learn!
Learning the alphabet is the first step to learning the Russian language. Even if you don't plan to learn the language, knowing the alphabet is great for travelling because you can read all the street and shop signs. It may seem daunting to learn a new alphabet, but it is relatively easy. In fact, the great thing about Russian is that almost all words can be sounded out as they are written.
Unlike English where the pronunciation of a word may not be clear from its written form. Principles of Language Teaching, W. Rivers 1997. As fashions in language teaching come and go, the teacher in the classroom needs reassurance that there is some bedrock beneath the shifting sands. Once solidly founded on the bedrock, like the sea anemone the teacher can sway to the rhythms of any tides or currents, without the trauma of being swept away purposelessly.
It is fun to sway to new rhythms, but as we ourselves choose, not under the pressure of outsiders who do not understand the complexities of our situation. Teachers need the stimulation of new thinking and new techniques to keep a fresh and lively approach to their teaching, but without losing their grip on enduring truths of learning and teaching that have proved to be basic to effective language experiences. An explication of the Ten Principles will help the teacher distinguish between what is fundamental and what is expendable.