Course: Polish Language III

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Course title Polish Language III
Course code KLKS/POJ3
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
  • Gańczarczyk Gabriela Maria, Mgr. PhD.
Course content
1. Repetitory lecture 2-3. Friendship. Expressing assumptions and conditions, describing emotional relations with other people - friendship. Construction and use of conditional sentences, verb government, singular and plural dative forms, conjugation of pronoun ?się?, declension of noun ?przyjaciel? (friend). 4-5. Home appliances. Defining aim and purpose of equipment from the nearest surrounding, encouraging to do the shopping, to adverising, comparison of past and present. Impersonal verbs in present and past tense, creation and use of gerunds. 6-7. Technology and inventions. Expressing satisfaction and discontent, complaint, claim, describing inventions and discoveries and their use in everyday life. Creation and use of passive participial adjectives, creation and use of passive voice. 8-9 Mood. Expressing positive and negative feelings, asking about the mood. Health, healthy lifestyle. Creation and use of imperative mood, in positive and negative forms, the aspect in imperative mood. 10-11. Tourism. Encouraging and discouraging for various ways of spending time, telling about the trips. Tourism and travelling. Adpositional phrases in the function of adverbials of place. 12. Repetitory lecture

Learning activities and teaching methods
Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing), Work with text (with textbook, with book), Skills training, Stimulating activities (simulation, games, drama)
Learning outcomes
Expected entry language competence is A2 of European Framework for Language Competence. 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. Classwork will contain topics form every day life and professional life. Expected exit language competence is B1 of European Framework for Language Competence.
Expected exit language competence is B1 of European Framework for Language Competence.
Polish language at A2 level

Assessment methods and criteria
Oral examination, Student performance assessment, 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
  • BURKAT A., JASIŃSKA A. Hurra!!! Po polsku II. Prolog, 2002.
  • JANOWSKA, A., PASTUCHOWA, M. Dzień dobry. Podręcznik do nauki języka polskiego dla początkujących . Katowice, 1999.
  • KACZMARCZUK, B. Wymowa polska z ćwiczeniami . Lublin, 1987.
  • LEWIŃSKI P. Oto polska mowa. Wrocław, 2001.
  • LIPIŃSKA E., DĄMBSKA E. Kiedyś wrócisz tu?. Kraków, 2001.
  • LIPIŃSKA, E. Księżyc w butonierce. Ćwiczenia dla studentów zaawansowanych doskonalące sprawność rozumienia ze słuchu. Kraków, 2004.
  • PELC, T. Teraz polski. Gry i ćwiczenia komunikacyjne . Łódź, 1997.
  • SERETNY, A. A co to takiego?. Kraków, 2003.
  • SZELC-MAYS, M. Nowe słowa, stare rzeczy. Podręcznik do nauczania słownictwa języka polskiego dla cudzoziemców . Kraków, 1999.
  • TARAJŁO-LIPOWSKA, Z. Mówię po polsku. Učebnice polštiny pro Čechy . Wrocław, 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 3 Winter