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Czech as a Foreign Language III - JLB102
Title: Czech as a Foreign Language III
Czech title: Čeština jako cizí jazyk III
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 / 15 (15)
summer:unknown / unknown (15)
Min. number of students: unlimited
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
Class: Courses for incoming students
Is interchangeable with: JMMZ221
Examination dates   Schedule   Noticeboard   
Czech for Intermediate I. covers the level A2 /B1. The textbook you can find here:, in this course will be covered lesson 8-14 (topics: What to do when we are sick, How to apologize, How do we look like and what do we wear, How do we plan, What we do on a visit).

Considering organization:24 classes are held twice a week, one lesson lasts 80 minutes, cca 40 minutes students complete their self- study duties. 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 cca. 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.
Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
Aim of the course -

The aim of this course is to extend student's communicative knowledge, a student should be able to react and communicate in many different communicative situations in a simple way.

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
Literature - Czech

Můj semestr v Česku (L 8 - L 14)

Holá: Česky krok za krokem 1, Akropolis 2016


Nekovářová: Čeština pro život, Akropolis 2006

Andrášová, Holubová: Desetiminutovky Čeština pro cizince, Klett 2008

Sýkorová, Davidová: Cvičebnice češtiny, Polyglot 2009

Holá: Pohádky, Akropolis 2013

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (23.01.2023)
Teaching methods -

Like in each Czech course the emphasis is put on speaking and understanding. Students work in couples or groups, they do presentations with questions for colleagues, they watch teasers from Czech movies, read Czech newspaper. During lessons short video spots are used that help students to be well oriented in a given communicative situation.

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 (in case of online studies functional camera, functional microphone).


Of the total number of courses it is necessary to complete a minimum of 18 courses , it is possible to have at maximum of three 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 



Final test (60min): required grammar and vocabulary 

Oral exam topics: Travelling, Vacation, Living, Housing, Compliment, Wish, Emotion, etc.

Final score is consisted of attendance, performance in class, midterm test and final exam - oral and written part. 

A 75% attendance is requiered.

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. (14.02.2024)
Syllabus -

Week 1 - 2: How do we describe emotions?

Weeks 3 - 4: What do we say when we are sick?

Weeks 5 - 6: What do we wear and what do we look like?


Week 7 - 8: How do we apologize?

Week 9 - 10: How do we say where we have been?

Week 11 - 12: How do we plan?

Week 13: What do we say when we are visiting?

Final exam

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

Students should be familiar with the present tense, past tense and future tense, accusative, genitive, locative and instrumental case (sg. forms). During the first lesson students need to take a level test.

Last update: Frantesová Edita, Mgr. (02.02.2024)
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