10 Credits AUTUMN


Pre-requisites: RUS208 or equivalent


Aims/Description: The unit is designed to further develop the linguistic skills of Level 3 students taking Minor Russian (e.g. in the BA in Modern Languages Programme). Such students have not had the opportunity of an extended study-trip to Russia, and this unit enables them to build on the Russian language skills developed in RUS315, while giving them the opportunity of further developing some of the 'real-life' situational language that is normally gained by study in Russia. Productive and receptive skills in the oral and written understanding and use of Russian.

Staff Contact: Ms M Ivanova
Teaching Methods: Problem Solving/Example Classes
Assessment: Formal Exam, Presentation

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Russian Studies):

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