Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Mary Greff


Mary Greff


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  • Office Hours: Spring 2020: Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:45-9:15 am and by appointment


RUS 611C • Intensive Russian II

43315 • Spring 2020
Meets MWF 10:00AM-11:00AM SZB 286

This course is the second semester of intensive Russian language instruction developing functional proficiency in listening, speaking, and reading. Writing will be developed both through workbook home assignments and brief reviews and summaries of your reading material. 


The entire second-year sequence is covered in one semester.

We will cover all of the basic textbook, Units One through Unit Ten, plus an introductory unit, in the textbook, spending about seven class days on each unit. In addition, this course aims to develop your reading skills through both in-class reading assignments, and individual “free reading” based on a text of your choosing. Portfolio exercises will continue to develop your computer literacy skills – in Russian – for you to be truly functionally proficient and competitive in the language, as well as chronicle your progress in your independent reading project throughout the course. 

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