Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(10B), pp. 27 - 31
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071806
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Ethno-didactic Specifics of Training Chinese Students in the Russian Language: The Experience of Russian Universities


Iliya F. Isaev , Tatyana V. Samosenkova *, Fyodor I. Sobyanin , Irina B. Ignatova , Tatyana F. Novikova
Belgorod State University, Russia

ABSTRACT

The paper systematizes and generalizes the ethno-oriented experience of teaching Russian as a foreign language in the education systems of Russia and China. The number of foreign subjects wishing to study for a degree in Russia is now increasing; it is almost the same as it was before the perestroika times. The majority of foreign students come from China. In order to make the training effective, ethnic and cultural specifics should be taken into consideration in teaching Russian as a foreign language. The extent of previous research in the field is insufficient, which accounts for relevance of this study. The research findings described in the paper may be used to develop new training methods and to adjust the current ones.

KEYWORDS
Ethno-didactics, World Vision, National Educational Environment, Education System, Educational Stereotype, Training Methods

Cite this paper
Iliya F. Isaev , Tatyana V. Samosenkova , Fyodor I. Sobyanin , Irina B. Ignatova , Tatyana F. Novikova . "Ethno-didactic Specifics of Training Chinese Students in the Russian Language: The Experience of Russian Universities." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.10B (2019) 27 - 31. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071806.