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Czech Language for BECES IV - JMMZ168
Title: Czech Language for BECES IV
Guaranteed by: Department of Russian and East European Studies (23-KRVS)
Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences
Actual: from 2016
Semester: both
E-Credits: 6
Examination process: combined
Hours per week, examination: 0/3, Ex [HT]
Capacity: winter:unknown / unknown (12)
summer:unknown / unknown (12)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: not taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: enabled for web enrollment
you can enroll for the course in winter and in summer semester
Guarantor: Mgr. Kristina Pellarová
Incompatibility : JMMZ222
Pre-requisite : JMMZ167
Is incompatible with: JMMZ222
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Annotation
Last update: VYKOUKAL (14.09.2010)
In the first year the emphasis is placed on speaking and comprehending skills.
After passing students should understand everyday communication situations and be able to respond to them. During the
course they develop all their language skills and become acquainted with Czech system of cases and tenses, imperative,
conditional. Topics of the lessons relate to real life practise in the Czech republic, so students should be able to handle
specific practical situations in a real environment.
Aim of the course
Last update: VYKOUKAL (10.09.2010)

In the first year students develop especially their comprehending and speaking skills. Emphasis is not placed on grammatical structures.

After passing students should understand everyday communication situations and be able to respond to them (Requests and apologies, ads - housing, doctor, services - interview with the repairer etc.). Topics of the lessons relate real life practise in the Czech republic, so students should handle specific situations in a real environment.

The second year will be more focused on Czech grammar system (according to current needs of students). The course will take into account issues related to student´s learning focus and themes of their thesis, Czech history and culture. Students develop their reading and writing skills.

Literature
Last update: VYKOUKAL (09.09.2010)

Cvejnová, J.: Česky, prosím. Praha: Karolinum, 2008.

Čechová, E., Trabelsiová, H., Putz, H.: Chcete mluvit česky? Liberec, 1995.

Holá, L.: Czech Express I. Praha: Akropolis, 2006.

Czech Expres II. Praha: Akropolis, 2006.

New Czech Step by Step. Praha: Akropolis, 2004.

Česky krok za krokem 2. Praha: Akropolis, 2009.

Matula, O.: Český den. Člověk v tísni, o.p.s., 2007. (http://www.varianty.cz/index.php?id=16&item=37)

Nekovářová, A.: Čeština pro život. Praha: Akropolis, 2008.

Rešková, I., Pintarová, M.: Communicative Czech. Praha: ÚJOP UK, 2004.

Teaching methods
Last update: VYKOUKAL (10.09.2010)

Classes are conducted just in Czech language.

Methods of students work in the classes: individual, in pairs, groups, individual and group research or presentation

Requirements to the exam
Last update: VYKOUKAL (10.09.2010)

Grades will be based on:

Midterm test

Final test

Presentation

Class participation

Syllabus -
Last update: VYKOUKAL (09.09.2010)

1. Services - imperative

2. Weather

3. Czech republic -comparison of adjectives and adverbs

4. Sentence structures

 
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