Russian language for the youngest

Published: 13.01.2022


The Russian house in Tashkent has launched a pilot project «Neskuchny sad». The initiative will help teachers to make learning a «foreign» language understandable and exciting for children. In the city of Nurafshon, Tashkent region, 40 philologists, methodologists and Russian teachers discussed how to teach preschool children to speak Russian if the language is not their native language.


Coordinator of the Russian Language Education Program at the Russian house in Tashkent Irina Sulzhina told how to awaken child's interest in learning a foreign language with the help of speech games and make this process simple and interesting. Zarina Rakhimova, the head of the Agency for the Popularization of Foreign Language Learning under the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan, and other representatives of the preschool education sector of the Tashkent region shared their experiences.


The project participants agreed that while teaching Russian to preschool children, it is necessary to take into account psychological, cultural and age aspects. Therefore, it is important to find the right approach to each child and awaken his interest to something new.