Foreign Languages and Literatures at MIT

21F.615: Russian I (Streamlined)

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The first term Streamlined sequence. Multifaceted study of contemporary Russian language, culture, and society for heritage speakers of Russian (students who grew up in a Russian-speaking environment, but do not have formal training in Russian). Open to students with advanced levels of Russian as a foreign language. Students will expand their vocabulary, grammar, and communicative skills while exploring a variety of topics in contemporary Russian culture. Class materials include a variety of readings, film, music, and web resources. Content varies by semester. Conducted in Russian. Limited to 18. Prereq: Placement test and permission of instructor

Prereqs:  Placement test and permission of instructor

Units: 4-0-8(U)



Fall 2014

Section No. Instructor Days Time Room
1 M. Khotimsky TR 1-3 1-277


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