Russian media, literary texts, television, Internet
This paper is intended to provide a pedagogical framework for specific choices that instructors can make about tasks and their relationship to course goals for teaching a Russian media course to non-native speakers of Russian. The course materials involve work with literary texts, television, and the Internet. This paper first considers the New London Group’s (1996) theory of multiliteracies to build a fitting pedagogical framework for working with different types of media and communication channels in a Russian media course outside of Russia. The paper then provides an overview of existing courses about Russian media. Finally, it analyzes in detail the course content and presents the assessment of an existing Russian media course taught at a British university that applies the theory of multiliteracies.
"Teaching a Russian Media Course Based on the Theory of Multiliteracies Pedagogy,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 67:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol67/iss1/2