Slavic and Eurasian Studies

CZ 412K • Second-Year Czech I

44690 • Hilchey, Christian
Meets MTWTH 11:00AM-12:00PM PAR 305
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This course is the continuation of First-Year Czech.  The primary goal of the course is to increase students’ confidence in spoken Czech, and to strengthen proficiency in listening and reading modern Czech.  In addition to the textbook, videos will be used not only to increase comprehension, but also to expose the student to Czech culture.

Attendance and active participation, while important to any course, are vital to foreign language study.  Students are thus urged and expected to ask questions and contact the instructor in cases of uncertainty—whether regarding course content, assignments or any other aspect of the class. The instructor, in turn, will make every effort to respond as quickly and accurately as possible to student questions or concerns.

Grading:  Short tests:  40%, Final exam:  20%, Homework:  15%, Quizzes:  10%, Attendance:  15%

Textbook:  Susan Kresin, ?eština hrou and ?eština hrou pracovní sešit (workbook) 


CZ 506 • First-Year Czech I

44685 • Forbes, Meghan
Meets MW 10:00AM-11:00AM CLA 0.108
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Description:

The course is an introduction to Czech language and culture. Students will learn the fundamentals of Czech grammar and a wide range of everyday vocabulary with an emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Videos, music, film, and literature will be used in class to practice language skills, as well as expose students to Czech culture.

 

Textbook and Materials will be distributed through the course website.

 

Grading:

Attendance/Participation: 10%

Homework: 15%

Weekly vocabulary/grammar quizzes:15%

Tests (4 tests, 10% each): 40%

Final: 20%