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Welcome To Russian Class

Meet The Teacher

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Aneta Kolosovskaya

Russian Language Teacher
In 2008, I successfully completed a professional course in Russian as a foreign language at Moscow State University, and successfully obtained a diploma in teaching Russian as a foreign language. I have a successful teaching career, which spans nine years. I am really passionate about my profession, which is an important part of my life.

Russian Topics

All About Me

Non-natives: Will learn how to introduce themselves, and learn the vocabulary for family members such as mum, dad, brother, grandma, and granddad. They will take part in lots of fun games where they will match the family member to the correct family tree , and they will draw a picture of what their own family looks like.

Native speakers: Will describe what their family members look like in terms of hair colour, eye colour, height etc and will create a family tree. They will describe their own appearance, and will talk in detail about their favourite activities and whom they like to spend time with.

Animals

Non-natives: Will have great fun learning the names of animals that live in the jungle, and the types of animals that you can have as a pet. They will learn basic vocabulary such as cat, dog, rabbit, and they will be able to say whether they have a pet at home.

Native speakers: Will play games such as ‘what am I?’ Where they will be read a description of an animal and then have to guess what they think it is. They will also listen to animal stories such as ‘Four Friends’ and will retell the story using adjectives and verbs.

Fairytales and Stories

Non natives: This fun filled topic will give the pupils the opportunity to listen to classic stories in Russian such as Little House ‘Teremok’ and The Enormous Turnip ‘Repka’. They will be introduced to the names of the characters and will draw scenes from the stories.

Native speakers: Will talk about the characters in the stories, and they will try to sequence the events of the story in chronological order. They will have a chance to retell the stories with their peers using props and costumes.

Food

Non-natives: During this topic pupils will learn the names of the different types of vegetables and fruit such as bananas, apples, potatoes, cabbages etc. They will play games on the interactive whiteboard that will help them to hear the correct pronunciation, and they will use pretend food in the role-play area.

Native speakers: Will be able to divide different types of food into fruit or vegetable categories. They will learn about food dishes that contain fruits and vegetables, and will even design and make their own fruit salad.

Russian Lessons
Russian Lessons

Russian Lessons

Britannia School is pleased to offer Russian lessons to its Nursery and Reception pupils. Your child will have the opportunity to take part in Russian language lessons 2-3 times per week with a qualified and experienced Russian teacher.

The children will be split into two different classes. One class will contain children who are native Russian speakers and the second class will contain non-native Russian speakers.

We believe providing Russian lessons for native speakers will help them to gain a balanced knowledge of topics and concepts in both English and Russian. Children who are non-native Russian speakers will have a fantastic opportunity to learn a new language. According to current research children from the age of three are the perfect age to learn a new language.

Non-native Russian Speakers
: In these lessons children will learn the basics of the Russian language. They will learn greetings such as ‘good morning’ and ‘good afternoon’, and will learn how to answer the question ‘what is your name? They will become familiar with and  listen regularly to classic Russian stories and songs.

Native Russian Speakers
: With native speakers we will build upon the foundations that they have already established in their native language. They will cover the same topics as the non-native groups but more in-depth for example, when learning about family native speakers will be asked about each family member, where they live, what they look like, how old they are etc. They will learn how to count and recognise numbers from 1-20 and will be able to write their name in Russian.

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Welcome To Russian Class

Meet The Teacher

meet-teacher-holly

Aneta Kolosovskaya

Russian Language Teacher
In 2008, I successfully completed a professional course in Russian as a foreign language at Moscow State University, and successfully obtained a diploma in teaching Russian as a foreign language. I have a successful teaching career, which spans nine years. I am really passionate about my profession, which is an important part of my life.

Russian Topics

All About Me

Non-natives: Will learn how to introduce themselves, and learn the vocabulary for family members such as mum, dad, brother, grandma, and granddad. They will take part in lots of fun games where they will match the family member to the correct family tree , and they will draw a picture of what their own family looks like.

Native speakers: Will describe what their family members look like in terms of hair colour, eye colour, height etc and will create a family tree. They will describe their own appearance, and will talk in detail about their favourite activities and whom they like to spend time with.

Animals

Non-natives: Will have great fun learning the names of animals that live in the jungle, and the types of animals that you can have as a pet. They will learn basic vocabulary such as cat, dog, rabbit, and they will be able to say whether they have a pet at home.

Native speakers: Will play games such as ‘what am I?’ Where they will be read a description of an animal and then have to guess what they think it is. They will also listen to animal stories such as ‘Four Friends’ and will retell the story using adjectives and verbs.

Fairytales and Stories

Non natives: This fun filled topic will give the pupils the opportunity to listen to classic stories in Russian such as Little House ‘Teremok’ and The Enormous Turnip ‘Repka’. They will be introduced to the names of the characters and will draw scenes from the stories.

Native speakers: Will talk about the characters in the stories, and they will try to sequence the events of the story in chronological order. They will have a chance to retell the stories with their peers using props and costumes.

Food

Non-natives: During this topic pupils will learn the names of the different types of vegetables and fruit such as bananas, apples, potatoes, cabbages etc. They will play games on the interactive whiteboard that will help them to hear the correct pronunciation, and they will use pretend food in the role-play area.

Native speakers: Will be able to divide different types of food into fruit or vegetable categories. They will learn about food dishes that contain fruits and vegetables, and will even design and make their own fruit salad.

Russian Lessons
Russian Lessons

Russian Lessons

Britannia School is pleased to offer Russian lessons to its Nursery and Reception pupils. Your child will have the opportunity to take part in Russian language lessons 2-3 times per week with a qualified and experienced Russian teacher.

The children will be split into two different classes. One class will contain children who are native Russian speakers and the second class will contain non-native Russian speakers.

We believe providing Russian lessons for native speakers will help them to gain a balanced knowledge of topics and concepts in both English and Russian. Children who are non-native Russian speakers will have a fantastic opportunity to learn a new language. According to current research children from the age of three are the perfect age to learn a new language.

Non-native Russian Speakers
: In these lessons children will learn the basics of the Russian language. They will learn greetings such as ‘good morning’ and ‘good afternoon’, and will learn how to answer the question ‘what is your name? They will become familiar with and  listen regularly to classic Russian stories and songs.

Native Russian Speakers
: With native speakers we will build upon the foundations that they have already established in their native language. They will cover the same topics as the non-native groups but more in-depth for example, when learning about family native speakers will be asked about each family member, where they live, what they look like, how old they are etc. They will learn how to count and recognise numbers from 1-20 and will be able to write their name in Russian.

Russian Class Latest News

Mini British Summer Camp 2017

This summer Britannia School will be offering a fun and educational mini British summer camp, Monday through Friday for children aged 2-7 years old. The children attending our summer camp will be fully immersed in an English language environment, and will be taught by...

Playgroup for 1-3 years olds

Britannia School is pleased to inform parents that playgroup for children aged 1-3 years old is now available. The playgroup takes place on Wednesdays from 5:30-7pm and is run by our head teacher Mrs Roberts. During playgroup sessions children will learn how to play...