SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentForeign Language Center
Course NameCollege Foreign Language I : Ukrainian
InstructorSAVCHENKO ALEKSANDR
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
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In-class Hours+ Outside­of-class Hours



1




  1. Introduction.

  2. Meeting. Greetings.



Basic data about Ukraine. Modern Ukrainian, Ukrainian dialects. Alphabet. Pronunciation of the Ukrainian sounds. Basic rules of pronunciation of vowels and consonants. Alternations of the Ukrainian vowels and consonants. Accent (stress) in Ukrainian.



Grammar: Gender. Nominative Case singular.



Greetings. Dialogs.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking).



 



2+6



2



Meeting. Acquaintance.



Acquaintance and introducing a person.



What’s your nationality?



Forms of addressing to a person. Grammar: Vocative Case. Locative Case.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking).



Dialogs and practical communication: Acquaintance and introducing a person.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking).



 



2+6



3



Meeting. Acquaintance: My country.



Question: Where do you live?



Grammar: Locative Case.



Lexical practicum. Reading, translation. Use different type of questions in dialogs.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking). Story about a family (write a text).



2+6



4



Meeting. Acquaintance: Nationalities.



Question: Where are you from?



Grammar: Genitive Case.



Practical communication: Introducing…



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking). Brief introducing of a person (to compose a text).



2+6



5



Me and my family.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar: Genitive Case (positive, negative; possessive forms and functions).



The verb اصاباغار. Some forms of conjugation of verbs.



Reading, translation. Use different type of questions in dialogs.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking). Story about a family (write a text).



2+6



6



Me and my family. Relatives.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Adjectives. Nominative plural.



Possessive pronouns: gender forms. Cardinal numerals (1-10).



Reading and translation. Practical communication: My relatives. Our professions and activities.



Grammar training.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking).



2+6



7



My home. My place of residence.



Lexical practicum. Grammar training.



Grammar: Cardinal numerals (11-…).



Concord of Numerals with Substantive and Adjectives in the basic grammatical categories.



Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking). Preparation and acting out of a dialog.



2+6



8



My city.



Lexical practicum. Grammar training.



Grammar: Tenses. Past and Future Tenses. Verbal aspects.



Practical communication: The City Where I live. Monological and dialogical speech.



Home task: Exercises. Story about native city, place of residence.



2+6



9



Midterm exam



Test (grammar, writing, speaking).



 



Practical communication.



 



2+6



10



My life. Day program. Time.



 



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Conjugation of Ukrainian verbs.



Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Home task: Grammar exercises. Story about Day agenda.



2+6



11



My life. Hobbies.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Dative Case.



Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Home task: Grammar exercises. Story about Hobby and interests.



2+6



12



Studying at the University.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Modal verbs.



Lexical practicum. Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Home task: Grammar exercises. Studying at the University (write a story).



2+6



13



Food. We are what we eat.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Adverbs.



 



Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Grammar training.



Home task: Grammar exercises. Dialogic practice (write and act out dialogs).



2+6



14



Food. At the restaurant.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Imperative.



 



Dialogic and monologic speech.



Grammar training.



Home task: Grammar exercises. Dialogic practice (write and act out dialogs). Prepare a story about National cuisine.



2+6



15



National cuisine.



Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Grammar: Pronouns. Reflexive verbs.



Monologic speech. Lexical practicum.



Grammar training.



Home task: Exercises (writing and speaking).



2+6



16



The Seasons. The Weather and Climate.



Dates.



Grammar: Ordinal Numerals.



Lexical practicum. Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Grammar training.



Home task: Grammar exercises. Dialogic practice (write and act out dialogs).



2+6



17



Traditions and Customs: New Year and Christmas.



Grammar: Declination of numerals. Collective numerals. Quantifiers.



Summarizing for the whole semester.



Grammar revision



Lexical practicum. Reading, translation. Dialogic and monologic speech.



Grammar training.



Home task: Preparation for the test / examination (grammar; communicative skills: monologue, dialogue).



2+8



18



Final examination for the 1-st semester.



Speaking practice test. Writing test.



Monological speech. Discussion.



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Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant
Requirement/Grading

Students should be able to talk to a basic range of topics, to read fluently, understand and retell the content of the texts on discussed topics.



Up to 60 pts.: serious problems with all type of communication: understanding, speaking, writing. Gross mistakes in speaking, leading to the communicative failure.



60-75 pts.: Elementary level. Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.



There are some mistakes which could influence the understanding in process of speaking, writing, pronouncing.



75-90 pts.: good language skills (Pre-Intermediate) in understanding, speaking, writing. Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.



Little mistakes in speaking, writing and pronunciation, which do not influence the understanding, are possible.



90-100 pts.: fluent language skills (Pre-Intermediate) in understanding, speaking, writing. Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.


Textbook & Reference


  1. Bekh, Olena, Dingley James Teach Yourself Ukrainian. 2003.




  2. Colloquial Ukrainian. A Complete Language Course. Ian Press and Stefan M. Pugh. NY., 1994.




  3. Ukrainian: a comprehensive grammar/Stefan M. Pugh and Ian Press. Routledge. London and New York. 1999. — 315.




  4. ?اذاباظا×اتاب ا¹.?., اµا×اذاـاشاè ?.?., ?ا×اشا×اجاباظ ا¹.?. ا»اساظاب?اضاعاهاساب اصا×اتاب اجاشاè اعاشاـاقاباà?ات-?اضا×اذاحاصاك?ات اط?اجاثا×اغا×اتاàا×اثا× ات?اجاج?اشاحاضاضاè. ??اضاضاراكاè, 2010.




  5. ?اباشاهاàاحاضاسا× ?.?., ?اظاراشاـاكاهاساب اا.ا؛. ا¹اباعاساباتا× اطاظا×اعاراصا×! ?اباتاàاباشاهاضاراز اطا×اع?اةاضاراس اـاساظاب?اضاعاهاسا×? اصا×اتار اجاشاè ?اضا×اذاحاصاضاراق اعاغاـاجاحاضاغ?ات. ا½اباظاس?ات, 2011.




  6. ا±اداـاظاةاب ا؛. ?اراتاàابازاصا× ا»اساظاب?اضاعاهاساـ اصا×اتاـ! — Let’s learn Ukrainian! — ا¹اهات?ات, 2007.




  7. ا¹اراعاحاضاسا× ?.?., ا¸اظاراتاسا× ?.ا؛., ?ات?اغاشاراàاضاب ?.?., ا¾اباطاسا× ?.?. ا»اساظاب?اضاعاهاساب اصا×اتاب اجاشاè ?اضا×اذاحاصاضاراق اعاغاـاجاحاضاغ?ات. ?اباتاàاباشاهاضاراز اطا×اع?اةاضاراس. ا¸ار?ات, 2010.




Urls about Course
Internet sources 1. Dictionary of modern Ukrainian online. http://lcorp.ulif.org.ua/dictua/ 2. Academic Dictionary of Ukrainian online. http://sum.in.ua/ 3. English-Ukrainian Dictionary online. http://e2u.org.ua/ 4. ABBYY Lingvo. Online dictionaries. http://www.lingvo.ua/uk 5. ،§Express lesson of Ukrainian،¨. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEoEWGEBriPCTBIOQbXIIDzFFakriePu- 6. Ukrainian as a foreign language http://www.ukma.edu.ua/eng/ufl/ 7. Ukrainian101 http://www.101languages.net/ukrainian/ 8. Read Ukrainian! http://www.ukrainianlanguage.org.uk/read/
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