Venäjän alkeet 4
Extent: 3 ECTS (81 h)
Timing: 2nd semester
Level: Professional Studies
Type: Elective /Optional
Competence level: A2 Common European Framework of Reference levels
Starting level and linkage with other couses
Elementary 1, 2 and 3 or equivalent knowledge
The student has strengthened and widened his knowledge of Russian language consisting of
- pronunciation, writing, vocabulary /phrases and grammar
- the cultural environment
- producing phrases in writing and orally used in everyday situations and in business connections
- Russian holidays
- restaurant vocabulary and phrases
- portfolio: the student will prepare 2-3 tasks in writing independently
Cooperation with the business community
In addition authentic course material.
Teaching and learning methods
Lectures and exams 48 h (6 h per week)
Independent / distance work 33 h (4 h per week)
Attendance obligation 80 %
Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is not an option. The student having prior competences in Russian is recommended to take a Russian course of another level or to choose another optional language.
Leena Alanko, Porvoo
Riitta Forsnabba, Porvoo
Alestalo, Marjatta: Kafe Piter 1. Finn Lectura.2010.
The course is evaluated on scale 1 to 5. The assessment criteria is presented on scale 1 to 3.
|Components||1 (50%)||3 (70%)||5 (90%)|
|The student can produce short loose sentences, though he/she has many difficulties in the pronounciation and the written outcome. The student uses the essential vocabulary and the constructions of the course satisfactory. The student has returned the assignments with deficiencies and/or not on time.||The student can produce short loose sentences, though he/she has some difficulties in the pronounciation and
the written outcome. The student uses
quite well the essential vocabulary and the constructions of the course. The
student has returned most of the assignments on time.
||The student can produce short loose sentences with pretty good pronunciation and written outcome. The student masters the essential vocabulary and the constructions of the course. The student has returned all the assignments on time.|
Assesment components and their respective weights
Oral language 50 % (activity during the classes and exam)
Language in writing 50 % (language portfolio/distance work 10 % and exam 40 %)