Course: Polish Language II

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Course title Polish Language II
Course code KLKS/POJ2
Organizational form of instruction Seminary
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 4
Language of instruction Polish
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Gańczarczyk Gabriela Maria, Mgr.
Course content
Months, time specifications: w styczniu, w lutym etc.; temperamentally specification, ablativ - singular, plural, its function in the sentence; Polish holidays. Celebrations; imperative. Wishes, invitations, parties, the verb życzyć in the present. A flat: kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, furniture; verbs: porozmawiać, kończyć; ordinal numerals 1-19. What time is it? Time determining. Everyday life, imperfective verbs: wstawać, myć się, ubierać się, wydzodzić, studiować etc., verbs: powinien, prosić, musieć, trzeba, warto. Everyday life, imperfective verbs: wstawać, myć się, ubierać się, wydzodzić, studiować etc. - repetition, verbs: powinien, prosić, musieć, trzeba, warto - repetition. Male and female wear; dative of personal pronouns. Shops; phrases: jest mi zimno, jest mi duszno, jest mi smutno etc.; Christmas in Poland. Post office; verbs: dzwonić, przekazać, pozdrawiać, future of imperfective verbs. Post office; verbs: dzwonić, przekazać, pozdrawiać - repetition, expression rok temu (a year ago)/ za rok (in a year), future perfective verbs, official letter. Transportation; verbs: przesiadać się, wsiadać, wysiadać, dojeżdżać, wyjeżdżać, graduation of adjectives, phrases: jest mi zimno, jest mi duszno, jest mi smutno etc.; railway in Poland. Prepositions of area; nad, pod, koło, między, wzdłuż etc.; comparison of adjectives - use in sentences; neighbours of Poland. Job search, advertisments, verbs: zarabiać, płacić za, oszczędzać, prepositions, job in Poland. Polish regions, cardinal points, sentences with ale, więc, weby. Parts of human body; verbs: badać, boleć, czuć się, dolegać, przeziębiać się, rozbierać się, ubierać się, graduation of adverbs. In the medical attendance. Graduation of adverbs - use in sentences. Names of European countries, European union; conditional. Occupations, working environment; verbs: próbować, zgłaszać się, znajdować, postanowić, akceptować; use of conditional. Accomodation standard II, dative of nouns, singular, plural. Phoning, verbs: kontaktować, łączyć, kochać, kochać się, dative of adjectives, singular, plural, declension: tydzień, rok. Flat: kitchen - repetition, extension, verbs: interesować, całować, umawiać się, genitive of nouns in plural - consonant changes; Polish poet K. I. Gałczyński and songster M. Grachuta. "Ocalić od zapomnienia" - song and poem of Gałczyński - phrases, use genitive of ile, sentences with the verb chcieć a chcę, żebyś ...; Polish towns. Library and study hall, verbs: wypożyczać, koncentrować się na, podejmować etc.; vocative in singular, use, Polish authors - J. Chmielewska, W. Szymborska, O. Tokarczuk, S. Mrożek etc.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Dialogic (discussion, interview, brainstorming), Work with text (with textbook, with book), Methods of individual activities, Projection, Skills training
Learning outcomes
The goal of the course is to manage with Polish grammar, to develop communication skills and vocabulary, and to use them in dialogue exercises. Students will master topics of everyday life.
Students should gain language skills at the level A2 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) - basic understanding of speech and writing, topics of everyday life. They should use language in common life situations; to write an elementary text; to form their own speech on the topics like hobby, experience, plans, opinions, argumentation; to use Polish language in formal and informal form.
Prerequisites
Polish language at A2 level
KLKS/POJ1

Assessment methods and criteria
Oral examination, Written examination, Oral performance analysis, Didactic test

Credit will be based on: oral and written prelims (several times per semester), two bigger written tests (in the middle and at the end of the semester) and oral and written exam at the end of the semester. Credit will not be given to the students who will not have at least 80% attendance (there will be special written assignment in the case of non-excuse absence).
Recommended literature
  • JANOWSKA, A., PASTUCHOWA, M. Dzień dobry. Podręcznik do nauki języka polskiego dla początkujących. Katowice: Śląsk, 1999.
  • MAŁOLEPSZA, M., SZYNKIEWICZ, A. Hurra po polsku. Prolog, 2006.
  • MIODUNKA, W. Cześć, jak się masz? I Spotkajmy się w Polsce. Kraków: Universitas, 2006.
  • MIODUNKA, W. Cześć, jak się masz? II Spotkajmy się w Europie. Kraków: Universitas, 2006.
  • PÖSINGEROVÁ, K., SERETNY, A. Czy Czechów jest trzech?. Kraków: Uniwersytet Jagielloński, 1992.
  • TARAJŁO-LIPOWSKA, Z. Mówię po polsku. Učebnice polštiny pro Čechy. Wrocław: Instytut filologii słowiańskiej, 2004.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy Slavonic Studies of the European Union (2013) Philological sciences 2 Winter