RJ1007 Practical Russian Phonetics 2

Faculty of Education
Spring 2018
Extent and Intensity
0/1/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: k (colloquium).
Teacher(s)
Mgr. Anastasija Sokolova, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
doc. PhDr. Mgr. Simona Koryčánková, Ph.D.
Department of Russian Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Contact Person: Helena Rytířová
Supplier department: Department of Russian Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Timetable of Seminar Groups
RJ1007/Kombi01: Fri 2. 3. 9:20–11:00 respirium (5. nadzemní podlaží), Fri 16. 3. 9:20–11:00 respirium (5. nadzemní podlaží), Fri 6. 4. 9:20–11:00 respirium (5. nadzemní podlaží), Fri 20. 4. 9:20–11:00 respirium (5. nadzemní podlaží), Fri 4. 5. 9:20–11:00 respirium (5. nadzemní podlaží), A. Sokolova
RJ1007/Prez01: Mon 8:25–9:10 Ruské centrum, A. Sokolova
RJ1007/Prez02: Thu 8:25–9:10 Ruské centrum, A. Sokolova
Prerequisites
Knowledges of standards of Russian transcription, knowledges of Russian phonetic system.
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
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Course objectives
Students deep their knowledge of the phonetic system of Russian. Seminars are focused on a pronunciation practice, explanation of errors and remove errors associated with a poor pronunciation of particular sounds and particular words. Seminars are focused too on a correct articulation process of vowels and consonants (Russian in comparison to Czech). Attention is paid to the pronunciation of borrowed words in Russian and work with special dictionaries (orthoepic dictionaries od Russian).
The course to be continued on Practical Russian Phonetics 3 (RJ1040).
Syllabus
  • 1.-2. Pronunciation practice of Russian paired soft consonants.
  • 3.-4. Pronunciation practice of Russian unpaired hard consonants and unpaired soft consonants.
  • 5.-6. Pronunciation of borrowed words in Russian, impact of foreign languages on pronunciation of borrowed words in Russian.
  • 7.-8. Russian polysyllabic words, primary and secondary stress.
  • 9.-10. Errors in Russian pronunciation typical of Czech speakers. Analysis of these errors. Correction of these errors.
  • 11. Work with special dictionaries of Russian - Russian orthoepic and orthographic dictionaries, dictionaries of the Russian stress.
  • 12. Revision: reading, phonetic analysis of Russian words and sencentences.
Literature
    required literature
  • Orfoepičeskij slovarʼ russkogo jazyka: Proiznošenije, udarenije, grammatičeskije formy. Pod red. R. I. Avanesova. 8-e izd., ispr. i dop. Moskva: Russkij jazyk, 2000.
  • LJUBIMOVA, Nina Aleksandrovna. Lingvističeskije osnovy obučenija artukuljacii russkich zvukov: postanovka i korrekcija. Moskva: Russkij jazyk. Kursy, 2011. 240 s. ISBN 978-588-3372-499.
  • KONEČNÝ, Jakub. Praktická fonetika ruského jazyka pro budoucí učitele. Praha: Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Pedagogická fakulta, 2015. 169 stran. ISBN 9788072908356. info
  • KASATKIN, Leonid Leonidovič. Sovremennyj russkij jazyk : fonetika. Moskva: Akademia, 2006. 250 s. ISBN 5769524677. info
    recommended literature
  • KASATKIN, Leonid Leonidovič a kol. Kratkij spravočnik po sovremennomu russkomu jazyku. 4-e izd., ispravlennoje. Moskva: AST-PRESS, 2010. 397 s. ISBN 978-5-462-1006-4.
  • ODINCOVA, Irina Vladimirovna. Russkij jazyk kak inostrannyj. Zvuki, ritmika, intonacija. Moskva: Flinta, 2014. 367 s. ISBN 5-89349-383-4.
  • VERBICKAJA, Ludmila Alexejevna. Davajtě govoriť praviľno!: Trudnosti sovremennogo russkogo proiznošenija i udarenija: kratkij slovar-spravočnik. 6-e izd., ster. Sankt-Petěrburg: Filologičeskij fakuľtet SPbGU; Moskva: Izdateľskij centr «Akaděmija», 2008.
  • KALITA, Nina. Fonetika russkogo jazyka. Vyd. 1. Ústí nad Labem: Univerzita J. E. Purkyně v Ústí nad Labem, 2002. 103 s. ISBN 807044441X. info
Teaching methods
Practical seminars.
Assessment methods
The colloquium is based on correct reading of Russian text. Correct reading means compliance with current standards of the Russian language, e. g. the difference between hard and soft consonants, stressed and unstressed vowels.
During semester prepares every student a project that is devoted to pronunciation of Russian sounds (1-2 sounds of your choice) and will introduce it in the seminar.
For admission to the colloquium requires active work in seminars, project (see above) and homework.
Language of instruction
Russian
Follow-Up Courses
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
Information on the extent and intensity of the course: v kombinovaném studiu 12 hodin.
The course is also listed under the following terms Spring 2019, Spring 2020, Spring 2021.
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