Russian 3 (CEF A2) (UE)

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Course lecturer:

Mag.

 Josef Johann Urschitz
Course numberM4.05170.30.274
Course codeRus 3
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW3,0
ECTS credits4,0
Language of instruction

Upon the successful completion of Russian 3, students can:

- talk about daily routines

- describe themselves and colleagues

- make meeting arrangements

- make enquires at the railway station and airport

- order in a restaurant

- make taxi reservations by telephone

- give details ideal holiday destinations

- write letters and messages

- understand written and audio messages

- take notes

Positive completion of Russian 2

This course builds on the language topics covered in Russian 2. Therefore the following areas will be covered: - phonetics - intonation - noun - adjective - personal and possessive pronouns: all cases of nouns, adjectives and - pronouns in plural - verbs of motion without and with prefixes - verbal aspect in future and past tense, past tense - verbs with the suffix -???- - reflexive verbs - double negation - relative clauses Course participants will talk about the following topics: - daily routine - personal description and describing others - ideal holiday destinations - leisure activities In addition, students will also conduct conversations in the following situations: - taxi reservations over the telephone - travelling: railway station and airport - hotel and reception desk - restaurant, snack bar - exchange office - meeting arrangements

Loos, Harald and Anatoli Berditschewski: Projekty- Ein Russischlehrwerk für Beruf und Alltag. Ismaning, Hueber Verlag, 42004. Hamann, Carola: Otlitschno! A2. Ismaning, Hueber Verlag, 2012.

Lecture and presentation, group work, pair work, role plays, learning games, blended learning, homework

Written exam (50%), oral exam (40%), active participation and homework (10%) according to CEFR (understanding, speaking, writing, grammar)