Innovative technologies in teaching Russian as a foreign language

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Last decade saw growing interest to innovative technologies in methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language (henceforward RFL). The article presents a review of most recent scientific publications on modern computer technologies. The material of the research includes conference papers, manuals, monographs, dissertations of 2018-2019, materials of congresses of International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (MAPRYAL) (2016, 2019), Russian Society of Russian Language and Literature Teachers (ROPRYAL) (2015, 2018), articles in scientific journals “Russian Language Abroad” and “The World of Russian Word” which are considered to be the most authoritative journals in the sphere of methods of teaching RFL. The research methods are descriptive and statistic methods, method of continuous sampling. The research revealed main issues on possibilities and reasonability of using innovative technologies in teaching RFL. The growing number of publications on the issue shows the perspectives of innovative technologies in teaching RFL.


About the authors

Manetu Ndyay

Cheikh Anta Diop University

Author for correspondence.
Email: taamanet@yahoo.fr
Republic of Senegal, Dakar, Habib Bourguibа Ave., BP: 5036 Dakar-Fann

Candidate of Pedagogy, Head of the Department of Russian as a Foreign Language, Faculty of Sciences and Education Technologies

Wu Hyong Ti Nguyen

National University of Ho Chi Minh City

Email: huongchinv@hemussh.edu.ru
10-12 Dinh Tien Hoang, Ben Nghe Ward, 1st District, Hochiminh City, Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Candidate of Philology, Dean of the Faculty of Russian Philology, Institute of Social and Humanitarian Sciences

Evgeniya O. Grunina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Email: grunina-eo@rudn.ru
10 Miklukho-Maklaya St., bldg. 2, Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation

assistant of the Department of Russian Language and Methods of its Teaching, Philological Faculty

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