Multilingual Internet Space and Teaching Foreign Students the Russian language in Higher Education

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The article is devoted to the consideration of teaching Russian to foreign students in the context of the growing popularity of the social network Instagram as an attractive learning environment that offers a variety of online services for Russian students. Particular attention is paid to foreign sites of the Russian language, which count from hundreds of thousands to a million or more views. This allowed, on the one hand, to identify the reasons for their relevance, and on the other hand, to reveal the underutilized potential of pedagogical discourse, which suggests 1) the “human dimension” of educational activity; 2) the attitude to the student as a person with his/her own “project” of selfdevelopment and 3) a certain epistemological position of the observer.

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Tatiana E. Vladimirova

Lomonosov Moscow State University

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PhD, Professor of the Department of Cultural Studies of Institute of Russian Language and Culture

Российская Федерация, 11991, Москва, Ленинские горы, 1


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