SemesterSpring Semester, 2020
DepartmentJunior Class A, Department of Slavics Junior Class B, Department of Slavics
Course NamePolish II
InstructorTSAI NATALIA
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
PrerequisiteIntermediate Polish、Polish 2、Polish Ⅱ、Polish II、Polish Language Course- Pre-intermediate Level A2
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule



































































































Week:



Topic:



Activity:



1.



Deminutives



Morphology. Typical endings. Vocabulary games.



2.



Genetive case. Masculine



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



3.



Genetive case. Feminine and neuter



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



4.



Genetive case. Plural



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



5.



Expressions of time. Important days in Polish history over the centuries



Consolidation and widening of knowledge



6.



Past tense (1)



Typical endings. Grammar exercises.



7.



Past tense (2)



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



8.



Easter tradition in Poland



PPT. Mini research project



9.



Midterm exam



In-class test



10.



Future tense (1)



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



11.



Future tense (2)



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



12.



Accusative case. Masculine



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



13.



Accusative case. Feminine and neuter



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



14.



Accusative case. Plural



Typical endings. Grammar exercises



15.



Polish national holidays



Consolidation and widening of knowledge



16.



Traveling around Poland



Useful tips and expressions



17.



Material revision



In-class games and exercises



18.



Final exam



In-class test




 


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant


Requirement/Grading

Required Materials:



Janusz Kucharczyk, Zaczynam mówi? po polsku, ?ód? 1999



Students are asked to have a file in which they can keep their handouts and assignments in order. Each person should have a notebook, too. Please make sure to have clean paper (size A4) for writing your weekly homework.



(Please note:



Evaluation criteria:



Active class participation will be the basic criterion for evaluation. Please demonstrate your willing to understand the topic being discussed.



When you express yourself, please do not worry about making mistakes. In our class, the emphasis will be put on your ability to communicate your ideas efficiently, though not always perfectly.



Class attendance and participation are required. Each student is allowed for three absences in every semester. Being late for class twice counts as one absence. Sick leaves and official leaves will not be granted without credentials. Beyond 5 sessions per semester, your overall grade will automatically be below 50, so please do not let it happen.



No cell phones are allowed unless you check some vocabulary when approved by the teacher.



Please note the following regulations for the midterm and final exam:




  1. During exam, no cell phone is allowed. Using a phone results in a failing grade (0%).

  2. Please come on time. Students who are later than 15 minutes will not be allowed to take exam.

  3. Make sure to return your paper on time, when everybody does so. Please make sure not to hand it in after the teacher has collected all sheets and announced that the exam is over.



Participation and in-class tests – 25%



Attendance – 25%



Midterm exam – 25%



Final exam – 25%



Assignments written on ugly or dirty pieces of paper will NOT be accepted.)



 


Textbook & Reference

Janusz Kucharczyk, Zaczynam mówi? po polsku, ?ód? 1999


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