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Specialised Russian II - upper levels - JLB028
Title: Ruština odborná II - vyšší
Guaranteed by: The Language Centre (23-KJP)
Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences
Actual: from 2021
Semester: summer
E-Credits: 3
Examination process: summer s.:
Hours per week, examination: summer s.:0/2, Ex [HT]
Capacity: unknown / 13 (25)
Min. number of students: unlimited
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: taught
Language: Russian
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
Teacher(s): PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
Class: Courses for incoming students
Pre-requisite : JLB027
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download Biden a Putin minulý týden_40_28.docx 3) text z hodiny 27. 2. 2023 PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
download diplomka a UI_28.docx 6) text z hodiny 20. 3. 2023 PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
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download Chudoba 2023_28.docx 5) text z hodiny 13. 3. 2023 PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
download Kazanský a Simoňjanová bez klíče_28.docx 7) text z hodiny 27. 3. 2023 PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
download ukázka testu z ruštiny JLB028.docx Sample Exam Test PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
download volby_27.docx 1) text z hodiny 13. 2. 2023 PhDr. Veronika Mistrová
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Annotation -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (07.04.2008)
This course is designed for students of both a BA degree and a MA degree as well as doctoral students. It is a loose continuation of JLB027. A prerequisite for this course is advanced language level. The course aims to help students master the specialized vocabulary from the fields of politics, politology and sociology. Furthermore, this course will provide students with the deepening of grammatical skills and offers a survey of the political system of contemporary Commonwealth of Independent States as well as of its historical background.
Aim of the course -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (27.01.2020)

To achieve the level of C1, see The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages at .

Literature -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (04.02.2018)

Compulsory literature:
Golčáková, B.: Ruština pro mezinárodní vztahy, Aleš Čeněk, Plzeň 2008.
Recommended literature:
Mistrová, V. - Oganesjanová, D. - Tregubová, J.: Cvičebnice ruské gramatiky, Polyglot, Praha 2004, úroveň C, výběrově B
general browsers:
news servers: (videokomentáře) (vpravo poslech zpráv)
network encyclopedias:
official governmental servers:
network radio station:
BBC in Russian:
Czech radio in Russian:
language portal, e-learning:

language corpus:
sound fiction in direct broadcasting:

Teaching methods -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (26.01.2023)

Lessons take a form of a seminar using a co-operative method - pairwork, groupwork, discussions, brainstorming.

Requirements to the exam -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (28.01.2021)

Changes in study requirements due to the Covid-19 pandemic


Regular submission of all tasks.

Students who regularly submit all the tasks and attend online classes do not need to write the test.

Students who regularly submit all the tasks but did not attend online classes must take the oral part of the course credit, either in person on the dates posted or online.

The final test can be taken if the student seeks to verify his/her current active knowledge or to improve the proposed grading.


Exam requirements:
written part:

1) Hand-written synopses of the texts read in the seminars (7-15 sentences) and a one-page commentary to one of them based on one’s own choice. Both are to be submitted prior to writing the test; I will gladly provide the authors with the corrections of their continuously submitted papers.
2) Test examines the ability to understand an unknown socioscientific text to give one's own opinion on a given topic, active knowledge of grammar and vocabulary studied during the course.

oral part
The summary of a Russian text of own choice (20 pages A4 format or 34,000 characters) connected with the themes studied, a discussion with an examinator.
Sample test see above "ukazka testu z rustiny JLB028".

Syllabus -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (25.01.2022)

Textbook topics -

political parties, elections,pre-election campaign, diplomacy.

Texts covering current topics from the field of humanities.

Up-to-date texts with socio-scientific topics.

Grammar is going to be included in the class and is based on the textbook "Nové cvičebnice ruské gramatiky;" topics will be selected by the class participants.

Entry requirements -
Last update: PhDr. Veronika Mistrová (04.02.2018)

Knowledge covered by the textbook "Ruština nejen pro samouky" and in the class of JLB027, i.e. roughly B2 level according to the European Refererence Framework for Languages. See more info at

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