The problem of Russian reading training for Chinese students: state and prospects

  • Ekaterina Budnik Pushkin State Russian Language Institute
Keywords: reading technique, Chinese interference, Russian as a foreign language, words indentation

Abstract

The article discusses the main features of teaching reading in the lessons of RFL in the Chinese audience. When teaching Russian to Chinese students, especially outside the linguistic environment, teachers do not pay due attention to practising various types of reading, and, consequently, automating the technique of verbal forecasting. In the methodological literature, to overcome problems with oral speech, the need to focus on extemporaneous oral speech is noted, directly related to reading as a resource for expanding vocabulary and grammatical structures. Using system analysis, comparison, typology, theoretical and methodological forecasting, the work compares the most popular types of reading in China and Russia when teaching international students, analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of using these types of reading. Based on Chinese students’ most frequent difficulties, a developed balanced type text is proposed that considers the most problematic phonetic cases. Also, a system of various exercises is proposed, aimed at developing the skills of oral speech.

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Published
2021-03-25
How to Cite
Budnik, E. (2021). The problem of Russian reading training for Chinese students: state and prospects. Proceedings of the International Conference on Future of Education, 3(01), 25-33. https://doi.org/10.17501/26307413.2020.3103