Russian I

A.Y. 2019/2020
9
Max ECTS
60
Overall hours
SSD
L-LIN/21
Language
Russian
Learning objectives
The student will acquire the theoretical knowledge necessary to develop metalinguistic reflection in a contrastive and intercultural perspective. The student should develop sufficient language skills to interact appropriately on a range of topics and in professional communication (level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). A detailed description of syntactic structures in context in a varied range of texts is the main objective of the course. The student should be able to use the same structures in creating oral and written texts. The learner is expected to achieve a sufficient autonomy in language study so as to improve constantly and consolidate his lexical, morphological and syntactic skills.
Expected learning outcomes
The learner is expected to acquire the necessary skills to attend lessons, conferences and broadcasts on familiar topics in Russian, to read texts of some complexity, such as newspapers articles or specialized texts. The student should achieve a sufficient range of language competence to give clear descriptions, express viewpoints and develop arguments on different subjects, using some complex sentence forms. As far as LSPs are concerned, the learner will consolidate written and oral competencies in the field of tourism. By the end of the course the student should be able to recognize and partially produce complex texts, showing use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Syntax of the period in context: reading different types of texts, and producing written and oral texts of corresponding types, the student should achieve the consolidation and expansion of lexical, syntactic and morphological knowledge.
Oral and written mediation will be addressed.
The contrastve approach will be privileged in the study of the syntax.
With regard to LSPs, the student will deepen his knowledge and consolidate his written and oral skills in the tourism sector.
Prerequisites for admission
The minimum requirement for the course is B1 level of the CEFR.
Teaching methods
Lectures, seminars with active participation of students called to prepare and present materials and to discuss the topics covered. Language practice with native speakers. The teaching materials relating to the official course will be available on the moodle platform: http://labonline.ctu.unimi.it/linguarussa1lin
Teaching Resources
http://labonline.ctu.unimi.it/linguarussa1lin

[Materiale di riferimento]:
Krjučkova L.S., Russkij jazyk kak inostrannyj. Sintaksis prostogo i složnogo predloženija. Moskva. VLADOS, 2004.
Trušina L.B. et al., Russkij ékzamen turizm RÈT 3, Vk, 2007.
Kolesova D.V., Charitonov A.A., Zolotoe pero, Zlatoust, Sankt Peterburg, 2010. (disponibile sulla piattaforma IPRbooks, le coordinate d'accesso saranno fornite ad inizio corso)
Testi e materiali audio e video presenti sulla piattaforma moodle: http://labonline.ctu.unimi.it/linguarussa1lin
Gli studenti non frequentanti dovranno preparare una presentazione di un articolo scelto da uno dei due volumi seguenti: Ахапкина Я.Э., Бердичевский А.С., Бонч-Осмоловская А.А., Современный русский язык в интернете, Языки славянской культуры, 2014.
Александрова О.В., Алексанрова И.О., Артамонова Ю.Д., Баранов А.Н., Язык средств массовой информации. Учебное пособие для вузов, Академический Проект, Альма Матер, 2015.
Materiale di riferimento per non frequentanti

Per studenti madrelingua, in aggiunta ai testi precedenti:
Валгина, Синтаксис современного русского языка, http://www.hi-edu.ru/e-books/xbook089/01/:
Разделы 102-109.
Разделы 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116-117.

Недоступова Л.В., Устинова Н.Н., Функциональные стили современного русского языка, 2016. Гл.:1, 4.
Буре Н.А., Быстрых М.В. ( )., Основы русской научной речи. Учебное пособие, Saratov, 2019. (IPR Books, accesso agli iscritti al corso): §§: 1.1.1-1.1.3, 2.1.0-2.1.2; 2.2.0-2.2.2
Assessment methods and Criteria
The exam consists of a written test and an oral test, both mandatory, to which a grade up to 30/30 is assigned. The student can access the oral test only after passing the written test. The marks of the written test are valid within the three sessions related to the 2019-2020 academic year.
Teaching Unit 1
L-LIN/21 - SLAVIC STUDIES - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Teaching Unit 2
L-LIN/21 - SLAVIC STUDIES - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Teaching Unit 3
L-LIN/21 - SLAVIC STUDIES - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours