Date of Webinar: November 20, 2018
This presentation will introduce a variety of internet resources that can help students and teachers organize their learning and make it more effective and engaging. The presenter will address the following questions:
Where can you find authentic audios and videos? What are the trusted sites for language activities, grammar explanations, pictures and stories? Where can students find additional grammar materials, sources for practicing reading and listening comprehension? What resources can teachers use for professional development?
The presenter will discuss these and many other questions during the presentation on November 20. Led by Evgeny Dengub
Evgeny Dengub, Ph.D, is a 5 College Lecturer of Russian and co-Director of the 3 College Russian Initiative (Smith College, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Mount Holyoke College). He is the co-author of two Russian language textbooks: Russian for Advanced Students (Dunwoody Press, 2013) and Panorama: Intermediate Russian Language and Culture (Georgetown UP, 2017). He has also co-authored an annotated Russian reader based on the short story by V. Tokareva About That, Which Did Not Happen (iLearnRussian Publishers, 2015). He co-edited a volume with Slavica Publishers, The Art of Teaching Russian (Forthcoming, 2018).
Dr. Dengub has created and led a variety of workshops and trainings for teachers both in Russia and the United States. Since 2015 he has been involved with a STARTALK Institute for teachers of Russian at Middlebury College Russian School as a director or the lead instructor. In Middlebury, he has worked as a lead instructor and a testing coordinator for a more than 10 years.
He is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Councils of Teachers of Russian (ACTR).
Click here to register: https://actr.wildapricot.org/event-3115521