2006/07 Undergraduate Module Catalogue
SLAV1015 Czech 2
10 creditsClass Size: 20
Module manager: Mrs Petra Rogers
Taught: Semester 2 View Timetable
Year running 2006/07
This module is approved as an Elective
This module is approved as a Special Skills Elective
Module summaryPrerequisite: Successful completion of Czech 1 Is Czech beer really the best and does it taste different in the country of its origin? Is Prague really so beautiful? Well, CZECH IT OUT! The aim of the course is for you to acquire enough basic Czech so that you can "survive" a holiday in the most remote part of the Czech Republic. We will cover all relevant grammar and useful vocabulary which should, by the end of Semester 2, provide enough platform for you to enable you to confidently converse with native Czechs. Through the additional materials you will become familiar with the relevant parts of Czech history, culture and society. Audio and video tapes will be used to improve your language skills and overall knowledge.Assessment consists of two assignments, together with the completion of the required grammatical and syntactical exercises and a one-hour examination at the end of the semester.
ObjectivesTo consolidate the work done in semester 1 and increase the students' grammar and syntax to help them survive on a visit to, or exchange in, the Czech Republic.
Most of the principal grammatical constructions will be introduced so that by the end of the Semester 2 the student should be able to cope with basic situations in everyday student life.
Largely oral based and communicative with the emphasis on listening and responding.
Methods of assessment
Two assignments, together with the completion of required practical grammatical and syntactical exercises and a 1 hour examination at the end of the semester.
Reading listThe reading list is available from the Library website
Last updated: 19/04/2010
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