RUDN united experts from 21 countries to discuss world tendencies of bilingual education
RUDN united experts from 21 countries to discuss world tendencies of bilingual education

In December, RUDN hosted II International scientific-practical conference “Bilingualism and bilingual education in Russia and worldwide; current tendencies” under the auspices of the International Academy of the Russian language and literature.

In December, RUDN hosted II International scientific-practical conference “Bilingualism and bilingual education in Russia and worldwide; current tendencies” under the auspices of the International Academy of the Russian language and literature.

More than 100 people from 21 countries participated. Representatives of different fields of philology, academics, teachers and researchers discussed the theory of language contacts and bilingualism, the Russian language studies, teaching Russian in Russia and the world, bilingual education, teaching migrants and testing, translation issues and challenges

The main aim of the conference – expanding professional links and familiarization with new research as well as sharing experience. The experts were unanimous in a number of opinions about the future research and education processes and standards and adaptation of migrants and their children in a new language and culture situation.

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