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Helping students with their Russian literature homework

Help for Students in Russian Literature

Requirements for the design of homework

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Helping students with their Russian literature homework

We do assignments from the literature textbook (grades 6, 7, and 8). The analysis of the assignments is built in full accordance with the logic of the material in the textbook.

What we can:

  • Provide critical analysis of prose works, poems, illustrations, and characterizations of main characters;
  • The plans for the oral retellings are as follows ;
  • Write answers to all the assignments in the Russian literature textbook for 8th grade.

Our company has been doing self-check homework for schoolchildren as well as for governesses and parents for over 20 years.

Doing homework on topics:

  • Old Russian literature;
  • foreign literature;
  • works of writers of the twentieth century;
  • works of Russian writers of the 19-th century;
  • works of Russian writers of the seventeenth century;
  • oral folklore.

Our Russian literature help is addressed primarily to students who have difficulty with Russian literature assignments, as well as to their parents to check their homework.

Here is a list of options for what can go into your Russian literature homework.

  • Keep a diary on behalf of one of the book’s characters (keep it while reading the work, putting yourself in the character’s shoes);
  • Choose any hero and compose his childhood (any form of presentation: essay, drawing, video);
  • Choose a theme: happiness-grief; good-evil; justice; revenge; money, etc. – and write what it is for the student, and then describe how this process moves the conflict in the piece, what it leads to;
  • Write a letter to the author (ask him questions about the actions of the characters, the plot, why he created this work…and then answer the questions posed on behalf of the author and meet the readers in class in his character, keeping his clothes and image);
  • Describe the problem of the book from 3 angles: idea, characters, events. Support each point with quotations;
  • Move the plot of the piece to a different time (era) and compose what would have happened then;
  • Make an interview: think up questions for your favorite character from the book – and answer them in the character’s image (you can film it all and show it in the presentation);
  • Make a comparison chart for the student and the favorite character in the book (what is common, what is the difference), draw it in a diagram and show it in the presentation;
  • Create a flowchart of what is happening in the piece;
  • Create multiple endings to the work (or, for example, create an additional chapter);
  • Create a story in a different genre (play, poem, detective, comic book, etc.);
  • Create a table by character, add quotes from the text (age, appearance, character, behavior, elationships with other characters);
  • Create a table on the reality/fiction of the work;

Ready-made homework: essays, abstracts, you can order on our website at any time convenient for you. There are a lot of specialists and difficulties with the selection of the author will not arise. Self-reflection on Russian literature homework, rather than simply rewriting the text, builds students’ practical skills and abilities.

Help for Students in Russian Literature

In addition to school assignments for grades 5-9, we also do homework for high school students of Russian literature.

The student’s independent work to complete the curriculum is the foundation of learning in the correspondence department.

  1. Homework serves as a basis for preliminary assessment of the student’s knowledge and a means of monitoring his current academic work. The academic department of the correspondence department keeps records of the progress of the student. For each discipline, a correspondence student performs control works during the academic year, which are submitted (or sent by mail) to the technical school for review at the time specified in the academic schedule.
  2. The variant of the test work is selected by the first letter of the surname of the student.

A – G (option 1).

Z – L (option 2).

M – R (option 3).

C – U (option 4).

F – I (option 5).

To carry out the test work can begin only when independently studied and mastered the training material assignment.

  1. Each quiz should be completed in its entirety, i.e. assignments should be made, all questions in the quiz should be answered. Answers to the questions should be written in your own words, not copied from the textbook or methodological guidelines. Citations should be taken in quotation marks and indicate the quoted author, book title, page, and year of publication.
  2. When performing a test work you need to pay attention to the literacy of the text, as the presence of spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors leads to a decrease in the quality of the test work.
  3. At the end of the test work, the student must indicate in alphabetical order what academic literature he used when completing the test work: indicate the name of the author, the full title of the book, and the year of its publication.
  4. The teacher of the technical school writes a review for each test paper. The term of reviewing homework – 10 days from the date of receipt in the academic department of the technical school for the extramural department.
  5. The student must read the review and fulfill all the instructions and remarks of the reviewer if credit is given conditionally. If the test work is not passed, the student must complete the test again using the same version in a new notebook and submit it along with the unaccomplished work for a second review in the absentee department.

The student must submit all reviewed papers to the instructor when taking credit for the course.

Students who do not have a passed homework tests will not be allowed to take the test.

Requirements for the design of homework

  1. Test work is performed in hard copy on white paper A4 on one side of the sheet, observing the following size margins: right – 10 mm, left – 25 mm, top – 20 mm, bottom – 20 mm. Typography TimesNewRoman; font size 14; line spacing 1.5; alignment – to the width; font color – black. Paragraphs in the text begins with an indentation of 1 cm. The distance between the headings of the section and subsection, as well as the title and the text – one blank line.

1.The structural elements of the control work are:


– Table of Contents (with pages);





  1. the volume of the test work should not exceed 7 pages of printed text.
  2. The content of the issues that need to be disclosed during the performance of the test work should be accurately formulated in the test work (according to the wording in the methodological guidelines).
  3. The answer to each question must begin on a new page or 2-3 spaces apart.
  4. At the end of the test work is signed by the student who performed the work, and the date of completion.
  5. The pages of the paper should be numbered.
  6. The test work is done in printed form, all sheets must be enclosed in a folder binder or in a multiphora.
  7. Leave at least one blank page at the end of your paper for the instructor’s comments and corrections, and for the instructor to write a review of your paper.
  8. Control works without the student’s code and variant number

are not checked or reviewed.

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