Resources for Russian

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программа взаимодействия человека с / General Interactive
грамматика / Grammar

наслаждение / Just for Fun

слушать / Listening Practice
новости / General News
телевизионный / General Video
считывание / General Reading
научно-исследовательская работа / Research
машинная игра, игровая программа. / Role-Playing Games
Teacher Resources
беседа / Text and Voice Chat
Sites Students Can Contribute to (authentic production)
словарь / Vocabulary
Writing and Composition/Rhetoric
Comprehensive Sites

Russian - (unsorted)
Ruslan: John Langran’s business - specialists in the development of materials for learners and teachers of Russian. Some good stuff here:
Russian: This site provides a lot of materials for learners of Russian: Russian language exercises with audio samples, Russian alphabet, information about grammar and pronunciation.
Russian: A variety of learning games and learning materials, including Russian songs, an English-Russian dictionary, and a transliteration tool, phrasebook:
Rusia Mia – sitio en español para ellos que quieren aprender el idioma ruso y sobre la cultura rusa
My Language Exchange – versión en español para encontrar parejas para comunicar por email, chat o chat de voz.
Radio Canada International- broadcasts in French Spanish Arabic Mandarin Russian and Portuguese
A Taste of Russian – Podcasts for learning Russian ****
All Dict - Online collaborative dictionary project Students can help!
Language - site dedicated to beginner-intermediate vocabulary, grammar and reading lessons. It is a collaborative site, meaning students can participate adding content.
Goethe Vocabulary Tests - site is not interactive, offers tests and answer sheets but can generate the tests with any two language combinations (e.g. Spanish - Russian)
Study Stack Russian - Web 2.0 application with multiple activities for Russian or you can create one!
UniLang Language Community - website with free courses in various languages (including Russian) (source language English) with online exercises and chat and forums
Sites Students Can Contribute to (authentic production)
All Dict - Online collaborative dictionary project Students can help!
Nibipedia - a site created and run by two guys in a garage (much the way Microsoft started). The purpose of this site is to link educationally-valuable video (mostly from YouTube) with relevant Wikipedia articles and/or related videos. Students can add "nibs" (links to other videos or articles)
Voice Thread - Here you can upload images or videos for others to comment on. The main page is at One example of a good school activity is at a thread called "What Could It Mean?" at
Wikispaces - This site is a wiki created at Wikispaces. All tools are online. Use of wikispaces' basic functions is free. Students can collaboratively create entire websites about topics that are lacking on the Web.
Wiktionary - companion project to Wikipedia. Online multilingual dictionaries that anyone can edit.
Second Life: The fastest growing Multi User Virtual Environment (MUVE) on the Web, a 3D virtual world that you can explore in the guise of your chosen avatar. Students can create spaces and objects here.

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