Learning Russian Language Pdf Download
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This podcast consists of 30 episodes that introduce language learners to the basics of Russian language. The authors use pattern recognition and contextual learning techniques to teach the tongue. Each episode is transcribed and available in PDF format. As a bonus, each episode is also supplied with exercises available for download.
It is great! I think this is the best way of learning Russian. I have tried some ways before but they were not as good as this one. I am not native in English and my native language is Persian but I can learn great! Thank you
Id like to thank you mark as i am russian myself but i cannot speak in russian because we moved to australia and my father has forgotten the language id been looking for effective ways to learn and your method is the best ive found so thank you very much
Foundation Russian is about getting Russian under your skin instantly, getting you to speak effortlessly, with all the punch and vigour of a native speaker. During this 8-hour digital course you will learn the language along with 2 students, using their mistakes and successes to stay motivated and involved for the duration of the course. Within the first hour you will be able to construct simple sentences. By the end of the course, you will have the confidence to understand and speak basic Russian. You will learn at your own pace, pausing and repeating where necessary, and complete the course in about 20-30 hours. This course is available to stream or download via the Michel Thomas Method Library app.
Intermediate Russian is the next step in your language journey and follows on from the Michel Thomas Method Foundation Russian course. You will join native speaker and Michel Thomas Method Teacher Natasha Bershadski, along with 2 students, in a live lesson, learning from their mistakes and their successes, hearing them ask the same questions you are asking yourself. As you learn more about the sentence structure, you will understand more and more grammar and pick up further vocabulary so that, by the end of the course, you will be able to use what you know to communicate effectively in Russian. This digital course will be completed within 15-20 hours and is available to stream or download via the Michel Thomas Method Library app.
The impact on learners and learner achievement of Can-Do Statements, as evidenced in LinguaFolio (LF) and its European predecessor, the European Language Portfolio (ELP), has been investigated through a growing body of research. LinguaFolio was designed to help language educators develop autonomous learning and learner empowerment. Research at the classroom level has revealed that goal setting, which is at the heart of LF and ELP, promotes self-regulated learning, increases language and academic achievement, enhances motivation and task value, and improves self-assessment when implemented regularly and frequently (Burton & Swain, 2014; Ciesielkiewicz & Coca, 2013; Little, 2009; Little, 2003; Little, Goullier, & Hughes, 2011; Moeller, Theiler, & Wu, 2012; Ziegler, 2014; Ziegler & Moeller, 2012; Clarke, 2013; Moeller & Yu, 2015). Learners who experienced LF as an intervention in the world language classroom achieved higher academic outcomes as measured by cumulative GPA and ACT scores in math, science, reading, and English compared to students who were not exposed to LF (Clarke, 2013).
These studies have shown that the major components of setting goals, documenting progress, and self-assessment of learning are critical in developing learner autonomy and self-regulation in language learners that contribute to increased motivation, higher language achievement, and academic success. 153554b96e