Study the essentials of the Czech language and culture. This course focuses has a strong emphasis on active communication. You will learn to perform basic tasks in situations encountered in the Czech Republic. Including: introductions, meeting people and talking to them, shopping, and describing yourself, your daily activities and your family.
“The Colloquial Czech: The Complete Course for Beginners,” Second Edition (2011) by James Naughton.
A migration historian educated in the U.K., the United States and the Czech Republic, Stepanka currently teaches online courses dealing with global history and researches global human trafficking. Stepanka published a book on Czech migration to the Midwest entitled, “To ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
1. Czech grammar basics
2. Communicating with success on a range of essential topics
3. An ability to read and write in today’s world: texts, emails, media and press with the help of a good dictionary
This course is for beginning Czech speakers, there is no prerequisite.
CEUs are not transferable to college or university transcripts. This is a noncredit personal enrichment program. Progress and courses completed are marked by Continuing Education Units.
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Date: 6 Wed, Mar 20-Apr 24
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education
Instructor: Stepanka Korytova-Magstadt PhD
$154 by Wed., Mar. 6.
$179 after Wed., Mar. 6.
|Early Registration Discount||Register by Wed., Mar. 6 and receive $25 off.|
Osher members receive 10% discount. Contact the the Languages Department at 414-227-3118 or email@example.com.
Receive a 10% discount as a member of the Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee Organization.
Early registration discounts will subtract automatically from the fee if the registration is submitted prior to the deadline. All other discounts require the code in the left column to be entered on the registration form. Only one discount code can be entered on a registration form.
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program Number: 7781-11661
Registration Deadline: Wed., Mar. 20