THE ROLE OF LITERARY TEXT IN TEACHING BILINGUAL CHILDREN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

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One of the pressing issues of the Russian foreign school is maintaining students ‘ motivation to study their native Russian language, which, unfortunately, tends to fall as children get older.The article discusses the role of literary text in maintaining (or even stimulating) of interest in the Russian - second native language in bilingual children from mixed families living abroad, and the ability to use for teaching the reading of literature texts of literary works, age-appropriate reader and relevant to his interests. Describe e-learning resources - interactive author’s course “the reading Lessons is a holiday that is always with you”, offer him lessons can be used by young readers for independent reading at home and in the classroom for reading and discussion.


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N V Kulibina

The Pushkin State Russian Language Institute

Author for correspondence.
Email: NVKulibina@pushkin.institute
Akademika Volgina str., 6, Moscow, Russia, 117485

Kulibina Natalia Vladimirovna is doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Head of the scientificmethodological Department of Russian language, the State Institute of Russian Language of A.S. Pushkin.

References

  1. Kulibina N.V. Zachem, chto i kak chitat na uroke [Why, what and how to read on the lesson]: Novoe izdanie: metodicheskoe posobie. SPb.: Zlatoust, 2015. 221 s.
  2. Kulibina N.V. Chitaem po-russki na urokah [We read in Russian in the classroom]. Kniga dlya uchitelya. Riga, Retorika-A, 2008. 128 s.
  3. Kulibina N.V. Chitaem stihi russkih poetov: ucheb. posobie dlya izuchayuschih russkiy yazyik [Reading poems by Russian poets. Textbook for students of Russian language]. 6-e izd. SPb.: Zlatoust, 2014. 98 s.

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