RANEPA student teaches Russian culture to Spanish schoolchildren
On November 8, Anastasia Morozova, a graduate student of RANEPA Institute of Public Administration and Management working for a degree in International Studies, gave several lectures on Russian history and culture at a Madrid school.
RANEPA is actively cooperating with Spanish partners. The Russian culture classes for Spanish children have been organized as part of the Erasmus in Schools (EIS) Madrid social project. The idea is to raise awareness of various countries’ cultural traditions through classes taught by representatives of those countries.
The Russian culture classes took place at Colegio Asunción Vallecas. Ms. Morozova gave two lectures for high school students, focusing on Russia’s history, culture, traditions, cuisine and sightseeing landmarks. Students from France and Bulgaria who participated in the Erasmus program also talked about their countries.