Ruzan Julfayan
10.02.2016

Candidate of Philologial Sciences, Associate Professor

julfayanruzan01@aspu.am

Candidate of Philologial Sciences, Associate Professor at the Chair of Armenian Language and its Teaching Methods

Education
1986-1989- RA NAS Language Institute, PhD in “Armenian Language”1982-1986 - YSPU after Kh.AbovyanFaculty of Linguistics, Armenian Department

Scientific Degree
2009 -« Word grammatical movements of the noun within the part of speech in the Armenian language »,10.02.01« Armenian Language» specialty

Experience
2000-presentYerevan State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan, Professor
1996 -1999 «William Saroyan» University, Professor
1990-1996 «DavitAnhaght» Humanitarian University, Professor

Courses Delivered
Bachelor’s Department - Modern Armenian Language Phonetics, Modern Armenian LanguageLexicology, Modern Armenian Language Stylistics, Armenian Language and Literature

Scope of Scientific Research

Modern Armenian Language

Trainings
2015թ. -Professional and Teaching Staff Qualification Improvement Training Organized by Yerevan State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan
2015թ. - Training on “Strengthening of DRR in pedagogical curriculum” implemented within the framework of the program“Assurance of action stability directed to Disaster
Risk Reduction”

Publications
1. Word grammatical movements of the noun within the part of speech in the Armenian language ,Yerevan, 2011 , «Limush»publ.
2. Manual of Armenian language excercises and tasks,Yerevan,2014, «Artagers» publ.
3. Teaching of Sentence Subordinate Members with technological methods, Yerevan, 2014, «Artagers» publ.
4. Armenian ScientificSchool Comprehensive Dictionary-Directory, Yerevan, 2014, «Artagers » publ.

5. Project-based Learning of the Idiomatic Variants

6. Program of contemporary armenian language. phonetics, Yerevan, Author's edition, 2017
7. Program of contemporary armenian language. lexicologi, Yerevan, Author's edition, 2017
8. Program of contemporary armenian language. morphologi, Yerevan, Author's edition, 2017

Languages: Armenian, Russian Language

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