New Delhi: In the electronic manual “Karelia: history, culture, education” by assistant professor of the department of German and French languages ââEI Tsypkin and associate professor of the department of English Zh.E. Voinova presents basic information on three topics: “Culture of Karelia”, “Historical and Architectural Monuments of Karelia”, “On the History of Educational Teaching of Foreign Languages ââin the Republic of Karelia”.
The textbook was revised by MN Goranskaya, candidate for pedagogical sciences, associate professor of the department of foreign languages ââof the Karelian branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; OM Zharinova, candidate in philology, associate professor, principal researcher of the Kizhi museum-reserve.
The manual contains up-to-date information on the material and spiritual culture of the peoples of Karelia and is a follow-up to the EI Tsypkin manual âKarelia: Factsâ, which was published in 2019. The manual is intended for students of the fields of language training. Translation and translation studies â,â Pedagogical education â, teachers and senior students, students from different fields of training.
Teachers and staff of PetrSU and foreign researchers have already familiarized themselves with the manual.
Andrey Reznikov, professor at the School of Arts and Humanities, Black Hills State University (South Dakota, USA):
I read with great pleasure the third chapter on the history of the teaching of foreign languages. I knew something, but, of course, not everything. It seems to me that Ernest Iosifovich and all of you have done and are doing a very important job – people leave and events are forgotten, so such posts are very important. Thank you!
The manual is available on the PetrSU Educational Portal and in the Electronic Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan.