The Learning and Teaching of Slavic Languages and Cultures

Olga Kagan and Benjamin Rifkin, eds.

This collection of essays surveys recent methodological developments in the art and science of teaching Slavic languages and cultures. The volume includes 37 contributions spanning the full range of Slavic language study and reflecting the rich diversity of approaches in this field. The volume has three principal goals:  in the keynote papers, to illuminate for all Slavists the current sitution of the art of foreign languages in general; in the refereed papers, to showcase current research in the field of Slavic-language studies; and in the response papers, to raise important questions for consideration for the years to come.

 

Winner, 2001 AATSEEL Award for Best Contribution to Language Pedagogy (American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages)