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Czech as a Foreign Language II - JLB101
Title: Czech as a Foreign Language II
Czech title: Čeština jako cizí jazyk II
Guaranteed by: The Language Centre (23-KJP)
Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences
Actual: from 2016 to 2016
Semester: both
E-Credits: 6
Examination process: combined
Hours per week, examination: 0/6, Ex [HT]
Capacity: winter:unknown / 30 (30)
summer:unknown / unknown (30)
Min. number of students: 8
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
you can enroll for the course in winter and in summer semester
Guarantor: Mgr. Edita Frantesová
Mgr. Kristina Pellarová
Mgr. Barbora Mazúrková
Teacher(s): Mgr. Edita Frantesová
Mgr. Barbora Mazúrková
Mgr. Kristina Pellarová
Class: Courses for incoming students
Is interchangeable with: JMMZ220
Examination dates   Schedule   Noticeboard   
Annotation
Czech for advanced beginners covers the second half of level A1 (A1/2). Lessons are practically oriented, helping students of Czech understand and react in basic communicative situations as: Orientation in the building, How do we apologize, How do we communicate in the pharmacy, How do we plan, How do we express emotions, What to do during a visit etc. We use new educative videos of level A1/A2 during classes.
Czech grammar is widened on this level.From the beginners course students know present tense, past tense, accusative case, locative case, instrumental case and genitive case with their typical prepositions and use. During this course we present future, "where" and "where to" difference, short and long verbs of motion, dativ case, plural.
Considering organization:24 classes are held twice a week, one lesson lasts two real hours (3X40min) and it's necessary to take both lessons per week. The course takes place for 12 weeks during regular faculty term. The price for course is 4800 CZK (equivalent to ca. 180 Euro)
FSV students enrolled in bachelor's and master's programmes offered in foreign languages who cover their own tuition are exempt from the fee.
In case You miss first two classes without any apology, active students from the waiting list get automatically Your place.

https://fsv.cuni.cz/en/academics/language-centre/syllabi-and-timetable
Last update: Mazúrková Barbora, Mgr. (20.01.2022)
Aim of the course

Students of our course should communicate easily in everyday situations: in the class and as well in the street. 

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
Literature
 https://fsv.cuni.cz/en/study/language-centre/czech-foreigners-textbook
Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
Teaching methods

Our main aim is communication, students work in groups or couples, listen to audio recordings, watch the videos, play games to be able to react in authentic situations. Teachers are supportive and create kind atmosphere during each session.

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
Requirements to the exam

 

 

80 minutes of interactive studying with a teacher, reamining 40 minutes of self studies.

 

Prerequisite for obtaining 6 ECTS credits and en exam is active participation in the course.

 

Of the total number of courses it is necessary to complete a minimum of 18 courses , it is possible to have at maximum of four absences (whenever the student needs it) other absences only with a confirmation of the doctor.

We require an active approach, ie.

- complete all assigned tasks during the lesson

- complete all homework

- midterm (after 6 weeks of the term)

- final (after 12 weeks of the term)

- oral exam evaluated on a scale A-E (100%- 50%)

 

In case all mentioned obligations are not met, final grade is reduced by on degree 

 

The assessment scale:

0-50 % = F 
51-60 % = E 
61-70 % = D 
71-80 %=C 
81-90 %=B
91% and more=A 

Last update: Pellarová Kristina, Mgr. (16.02.2024)
Syllabus - Czech

 

1. týden - Jak mluvíme o sobě? (futurum)

2. týden - Jak komunikujeme neformálně?

3. týden - Co říkáme, když něco nefunguje?

4. týden - Jak najdeme, co potřebujeme? 

5. týden - Jak popisujeme emoce?

6. týden - Co říkáme, když jsme nemocní? Jak nakupujeme v lékárně?

                   Midterm test  

7. týden -  Jak vypadáme? (komparativ adj.)

8. týden -  Jak se omlouváme a reagujeme na omluvu?

9. týden -  Co zajímavého můžeme dělat v Praze? (Lokál sg.)

10. týden - Jak plánujeme? (datum)  

11. týden - Co děláme na návštěvě? (Instrumentál sg.)

12. týden - Opakování a final test

 

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
Entry requirements

Students should be familiar with the present tense and past tense, accusative case (sg. forms) and be able to communicate in basic communication situations (in the restaurant, in the store, on the street, at the railway station etc.) 

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
 
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