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  • LEARN POLISH AT THE WESTERN COAST STATES OF THE USA - HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Polish Language Courses at the University of Washington in Seattle

     

    University of Washington’s Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures offers first- and second-year Polish language course: first year Polish (Polish 401, 402, 403) and second year Polish (Polish 404, 405, 406). These sequences are typically taught in alternating years during fall, winter and spring quarters. Independent study is also available.

    First‐Year Polish: After the first‐year sequence, students should be able to be creative with the language at the sentence level, handle basic everyday life situations, read simple connected texts dealing with basic personal and social needs, write simple letters, postcards, diary entries, take down simple notes, etc. The goal is to move from Novice to Intermediate Low/Mid-level on the ACTFL Proficiency Scale.

    Second ‐Year Polish: After finishing the second year, the students should be able to successfully handle most uncomplicated communicative tasks and social situations: initiate, sustain, and close a general conversation, read simple connected texts, write short letters, postcards, diary entries, etc. The goal is to move from Novice High to Intermediate Mid/High level on the ACTFL Proficiency Scale.

    Stempek, I. & Stelmach, A. Polski, krok po kroku: Course book for Learning Polish as a Foreign Language (A-1/A-2). Krakow: Glossa, 2010

    Stempek, I. & Grudzien, M. Polski, krok po kroku: Workbook, (A-1/A-2). Krakow: Glossa, 2012

     Information: http://slavic.washington.edu/courses or contact the Slavic Department at 206.543.6848                                                                                      

     

    California

    University of California Los Angeles
    The Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures



    Fall Quarter 2013
    Polish 101A (339306200) Elementary Polish (5 units)
    Basic course in Polish language.
    10 weeks: 9/23/13-12/13/13; MWF 9-9:50AM Humanities 311

    Polish 187A (339822200) and 187B (339823200) Advanced Tutorial Instruction in Polish (2 units per section)
    Tutorial and guided independent study of advanced Polish: advanced conversation, composition, vocabulary development, and review of selected grammar topics. Preparation: two years of Polish and/or Polish placement test.
    10 weeks: 9/23/13-12/13/13; F 10-11:20AM and F 11:30-12:50PM Humanities 311


    Winter Quarter 2014
    Polish 101B (339307200) Elementary Polish (5 units)
    Basic course in Polish language.
    10 weeks: 1/2/14-3/14/14; MWF 9-9:50AM Humanities 311

    Polish 187C (339824200) and 187D (339825200) Advanced Tutorial Instruction in Polish (2 units per section)
    Tutorial and guided independent study of advanced Polish: advanced conversation, composition, vocabulary development, and review of selected grammar topics. Preparation: two years of Polish and/or Polish placement test.
    10 weeks: 1/2/14-3/14/14; F 10-11:20AM and F 11:30-12:50PM Humanities 311

    Slavic 90 (334270200) Introduction to Slavic Civilization (5 units)
    Introductory survey of social and cultural institutions of Slavic peoples and their historical background.
    10 weeks: 1/2/14-3/14/14; WF 1:30-2:50PM Haines A25 with Discussion on Tues. 2-2:50PM Bunche 3143

    Central and East European Studies 91 (372273200) Culture and Society in Central and Eastern Europe (5 units)
    Interdisciplinary course to introduce students to main themes and concepts of central and east European studies, including historical background, nation states and ethnic groups, languages spoken in area, and culture and politics in communist and post-communist periods: religion, literature, mass media, music, art, and cinema.
    10 weeks: 1/2/14-3/14/14; TR 12:30-1:45PM Pub Aff 2242


    Spring Quarter 2014
    Polish 101C (339308200) Elementary Polish (5 units)
    Basic course in Polish language. P/NP or letter grading.
    10 weeks: 3/26/14-6/13/14; MWF 9-9:50AM Humanities 311

    Polish 187E (339826200) and 187F (339827200) Advanced Tutorial Instruction in Polish (2 units per section)
    Tutorial and guided independent study of advanced Polish: advanced conversation, composition, vocabulary development, and review of selected grammar topics. Preparation: two years of Polish and/or Polish placement test.
    10 weeks: 3/26/14-6/13/14; F 10-11:20AM and F 11:30-12:50PM Humanities 311


    For more information regarding Slavic department courses at UCLA, please contact Lisa Lee at lisalee@humnet.ucla.edu/(310)-825-3856 or please visit www.slavic.ucla.edu.

    For questions regarding enrollment through UCLA Extension Concurrent Enrollment, please call (310) 825-7093 or please see
    UNEX Concurrent Enrollment guidelines. (https://www.uclaextension.edu/SiteCollectionDocuments/Pdf/StudentResources/ConcurrentEnrollmentBrochure.pdf)

     

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