Rodnaya rech' Workbook

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ISBN: 9781647120535

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December 2020
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Rodnaya rech' Workbook
Homework Activities for an Introductory Course for Heritage Learners of Russian
Irina Dubinina and Olesya Kisselev

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As of January 1, 2021, the Smart Sparrow Companion Websites are no longer available. Soon, we will announce a new set of companion websites. Demos for the new companion websites will be available for instructors to sample beginning in spring 2021. The complete websites will be ready in time for students to use them during the fall 2021 semester.

Until the new companion websites become available, eBook Workbooks with exercises from the Smart Sparrow Electronic Workbook are available for purchase on the GUP website and, as are Workbook Answer Keys. They will both be sold in eBook format only.

This eBook Workbook includes activities integral to learning with Rodnaya rech'. Included are all of the homework activities and texts for reading comprehension that students need to successfully learn with the Rodnaya rech' textbook. The eBook Workbook is available in eBook format only and includes all of the exercises previously found on the Smart Sparrow Electronic Workbook. Unlike the Smart Sparrow Electronic Workbook, the new eBook Workbooks are not web-based. Although the eBook Workbook and Answer Keys are not interactive, they will enable you to take full advantage of the exercises integral to teaching with Rodnaya rech'.

An answer key is sold separately and allows students to check their own work.

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Exam copies of the eBook Workbook are available free of charge to instructors and can be requested on To request a digital sample, instructors should log onto, select "Faculty Sampling" in the upper right-hand corner, and select the desired product(s).

Irina Y. Dubinina is associate professor of Russian at Brandeis University, where she also directs the Russian language program. She has extensive experience teaching Russian as L2 and heritage language.

Olesya Kisselev is an assistant professor in the Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies at University of Texas at San Antonio. She has many years of experience teaching Russian as a second and heritage language.