Czech I

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.

Required Textbook:
“The Colloquial Czech: The Complete Course for Beginners,” Second Edition (2011) by James Naughton.
ISBN: 9781138950108

Instructor

Stepanka Korytova-Magstadt, PhD

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

Prerequisites

This course is for beginning Czech speakers, there is no prerequisite.

Notes

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.

Dates and locations to be announced.

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