|Semester||Fall Semester, 2019|
|Department||Sophomore Class A, Department of Slavics Sophomore Class B, Department of Slavics|
|Course Name||Czech Conversation I|
Generally, Communicative method is approached in the course, in the introductory lessons also together with so called Audio-Oral method. The language as such is presented in communicative situations in which it is used. All the texts and materials are understood in the context with attention to the individual participants and their role in communication. A wide variety of language skills is involved to develop students as A1 level users of Czech language (CEFR).
Students will have regular graded quizzes according the schedule and quizzes given by teacher during semester.
Homework (oral & written exercises, dialogues, etc.) assigned for each class meeting.
Attendance: Maximal number of absence is three. Excessive unexcused absences will be reflected by lowering the final grade down progressively.
Grading will be 100% to zero, 60% is minimum to success.
Quizes, Homework, Presentation, Active participation in lessons: 10 % each
Exams: 60 % in total
(Midterm and Final exam – Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking, Use of Language)
|Textbook & Reference|
Adamovi?ová, Ana a Ivanovová, Darina. Basic Czech I-II. 3rd ed. Prague: Karolinum, 2013.
Kest?ánková, M. et al. ?eština pro cizince A1 a A2. Prague: Edika, 2017. (E-book: https://knihy.abz.cz/prodej/cestina-pro-cizince-a1-a-a2)
Holá, Lída a Bo?ilová, Pavla. ?eština expres 1: A1/1. Prague: Akropolis, 2011.
Neková?ová, Alena. ?eština pro ?ivot = Czech for life: 15 moderních konverza?ních témat. Prague: Akropolis, 2008.
Other study materials and handouts, authentic texts (mostly based on internet sources)
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