PHONETICS IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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The article is devoted to teaching foreign students Russian phonetics in modern system of education, problems of learning Russian sounds considering interference of the students’ native languages. The authors pay special attention to electronic phonetic courses, especially nationally oriented; games for teaching phonetics; integrated system of teaching phonetics at all levels of learning, techniques in teaching Russian pronunciation and stress. Perspectives and problems of developing phonetics are discussed in the article.


About the authors

Marina N Shutova

Pushkin State Russian Language Institute

Author for correspondence.
Email: marina.shu@mail.ru
6, Akademika Volgina str., Moscow, 117485, Russian Federation

Ph.D. in Pedagogy, Professor, professor of the Chair of Training Foreign Specialists of A.S. Pushkin Russian Language State Institute. Research interests: methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language, teaching phonetics, accent, intonation, listening in teaching a foreign language. Published more than 100 publications

Irina A Orekhova

Pushkin State Russian Language Institute

Email: orexova_irina@mail.ru
6, Akademika Volgina str., Moscow, 117485, Russian Federation

Ph.D. in Pedagogy, Professor, professor of the Chair of Training Foreign Specialists of A.S. Pushkin Russian Language State Institute. Research interests: methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language, teaching lexis. Published more than 85 publications

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