Seminar "The Russian language in the family" in Tel Aviv

In group activities Rossiyskogo cultural center in Tel Aviv, carried out in line with diversified activities in the teaching and promotion of Russian language, there was another. This is the first talk of a new long-term cycle "to preserve the Russian language in the family, based on the parents in Russian-speaking families and all who care about the language of Pushkin, Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky abroad. The theme of this meeting was the actual problem of familiarizing children countrymen to read in Russian.
In an interview, which was prepared and conducted a head of the Methodological office of the Russian language RCC PhD, Associate Professor TA Yatsuk, was attended by parents whose children are studying in courses of Russian language in the RFP, and educators, specialists in Russian philology. Opening the meeting, leading emphasized that the loss of Russian language leads to a breach of the spiritual ties between the generations, loss of spiritual and ideological and cultural values of Russian culture. It is therefore necessary to preserve the Russian language, especially in the family and pass it possible for their children and grandchildren.
T. Yatsuk uncovered the role of reading in the enrichment and development of speech, imaginative thinking and the aesthetic sense of the Child emphasized the artistic and educational value of Russian literature for children. They also discussed issues of upbringing the child's love of Russian literature and the revival of the tradition of family reading.
Participants of the meeting was brought to the exposition of methodological literature on the Russian language and literature for parents, anthologies for family reading, contemporary colorful editions of fiction for children and adolescents from the fund RCC. Also showed fragments of a training video game to teach children to read, based on Russian folk tales.
His advice to parents gave PhD MG Stavskaya, teacher-Russianist with many years of teaching in Israeli schools (city of Ashkelon).
In conclusion, participants were interviewed memo with recommendations on the organization of family reading. Parents expressed their gratitude to the organizers of the meeting and wish to continue the conversation in this series, noting their importance and usefulness.