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Prerequisites (for future units)
The course is divided into: a) theoretical course (MT): Prof. A.Civardi, Prof. N.Kardanova; b) lectorate (practical language exercises): professors D.Franzoni and R.Salakhova.
Starting from a theoretical reflection on linguistic phenomena, the course aims to deepen the knowledge of Russian grammar, lexicon and syntax and to consolidate the four language skills (Russian level A2): listening, speaking, reading and writing.
The course is aimed at consolidating and deepening students' grammatical and lexicon-grammatical knowledge of Russian language, as well as developing the ability of written and oral comprehension (with particular attention to orthoepia) concerning the Russian daily life.
The course aims to create a linguistic and cultural basis necessary to address the topics proposed in the third year of studies (Russian language III) and for professional scopes. At the end of the course the student will be able to:
At the end of the course the student has the mastery of:
The student must have mastery of Russian language level A1 (writing, reading, understanding, speaking).
Сlassroom lectures with the possible support of Aulaweb and Teams.
Theoretical course (MT) will be held in the first semester. MT teaching metods include 1. lectures, 2. personal and group reviews, group work as well as monitoring of the homework of attending students.
The practical course (lettorato) will be held in the first semester and in the second semester. 100 academic hours of Lettorato (50 hours in first semester and 50 hours in second semester) include 60 hours of the first Lettorato + 40 hours of the second Lettorato.
Student participation is highly encouraged.
For all students (6/9 credits), attending and non-attending, Italian-speaking and Russian-speaking. Noun (gender, number, meaning and use of cases with particular attention to temporal constructs). Adjective (classification, declension, long and short form, degrees of comparison). Numeral (classification, declination). Adverb (classification, degrees of comparison). Pronoun (classification, declension). Verb (tense, mode, verbal aspect, verbal regency, verbs in –ся, verbs of motion with and without prefixes).
MT and Lettorato:
S. Chavronina Govorite po-russki [ISBN] 9785883378361
L.N. Bulgakova, I.V. Zaharenko, V.V. Krasnyh Moi druzja padezi: grammatika v dialogah ISBN 9785883370334
S.A. Chavronina, A.I. Sirochinskaja "Il russo. Esercizi", Mosca, qualsiasi edizione.
Pul’kina, Il’za Maksimil’janovna, e Zaxava-Nekrasova, Ekaterina Borisovna. Il russo: grammatica pratica con esercizi . 3a ed. Mosca; Genova: Russkij jazyk; Edest, 1991. (or any edition in English or Russian)
Office hours: See personal web page on the Department website.
Office hours: Thursdays, from 17:00 hrs, after Russian Linguistics classes. Students are kindly requested to agree an appointment (possibly in other days/times) beforehand, via email. For updates on office hours please check the instructor's page (under Further information) on DLCM website.
See "Manifesto degli studi".
Students 9 credits MT: oral exam. Lettorato: written test.
Students 6 credits
Lettorato: written test.
The final exam is comprehensive of both theoretical and lettorato modules. The finale exam grade is calculated with the grade of the MT exam (50% of the finale grade) and the grade of the Lettorato exam (50% of the finale grade).
MT: the oral exam aims to verify the acquisition of knowledge of Russian language (level A2) and to apply it in the proposed context. Includes reading and analysis of a text and presentation and analysis of a text on one of the topics proposed in the course. During the exam students will also be asked to explain in a theretical way the functioning of such structures.
Lettorato: written text.
Students certified with SLD, disabilities or other special education needs are advised to contact the instructor at the beginning of the course, in order to agree on teaching and exam methods that, in compliance with the course learning outcomes, take into account individual learning methods and provide suitable compensatory tools.