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On Wednesday nights, we study the Bible in Russian. We first went through a long series on the ABCs of Christian Growth. I really liked these lessons, because they came with worksheets, and they were already translated into Russian. Students followed along as I read the lesson and they filled in the blanks. This gave them the chance to practice listening, reading, and writing in English as they learn. We looked up the scripture references and took turns reading the verses.
When the ABC lessons were finished, I developed a series of lessons on the book of Romans. I had some good lessons from ROGMA that were already translated into Russian, so I developed them into lesson worksheets. We studied for over a year, and completed the book in 59 lessons. There were only 24 original lessons from ROGMA. I split most of them into two lessons. The ROGMA lessons were written by the late William Piper (1919-2007). His materials have been used by missionaries all over the world. I made minor modifications to fit our unique needs, but my lessons are very close to his original work.
Each lesson has a corresponding student worksheet. Students followed along as I read the lesson and they filled in the blanks. This gave them the chance to listen, read, and write as they learned, and they had a copy to take home with them. We looked up the scripture references and took turns reading the verses.
Here are all 59 Russian lessons in one zip file. They are Microsoft Word Documents. They are formatted for European size A4 paper, so they may not print exactly right on American 8.5 x 11 inch paper. It shouldn't be too hard to fix that. Your printer driver may have an option to "fit to paper size" that should work well enough.
59 lessons on Romans in Russian with worksheets