Practical Dutch - speaking (ćwiczenia) - 2019/2020

Course description
General information
Lecturer:mgr Jan Fabry
Organising unit:Faculty of Humanities - Instytut Językoznawstwa
Number of hours (week/semester): 2/30
Language of instruction:Język polski
Course objective
C1 Practicing the ability to actively use the Dutch language, in particular on the basis of vocabulary and grammar acquired during other classes,
C2 application of acquired knowledge in practice in a variety of situations.
C3 Practicing the correct pronunciation of the Dutch language.
C4. Exercise of listening to various statements in Dutch.
C5 Reinforcement and active application of knowledge and skills acquired in the second year of study.
Level B1+/B2
Learning outcomes
EK_W1. has a basic knowledge of the place and importance of Dutch Philology in relation to other humanities and the specific and methodological specifics of Dutch PhilologyK_W2 knows the basic philological terminology in DutchEK_W4. has structured general knowledge covering the terminology used in the Dutch Philology, understands its sources and application in related scientific disciplinesEK_W12. knows and understands the basic mechanisms of language functioning in a detailed reference to the Dutch language and comparative reference to other languagesEK_W16 is aware of the complex nature of the language and its complexity; knows that language competence includes both declarative knowledge (eg grammar, lexis) as well as procedural knowledge (eg language skills such as reading, writing, speaking, listening)

EK_U2. can search, analyze, evaluate, select and use information related to scientific fields within the scope of Dutch PhilologyEK_U3. can accurately and correctly logically and linguistically express their thoughts and views in DutchEK_U4. uses various language registers, including the EK_U16 academic register. can use typical network communicators (eg skype) to exchange information and scientific viewsEK_U22. has language skills in the Dutch language, in line with the requirements set out by the European Language Description System
EK_K1. knows the scope of knowledge and skills he possesses and understands the perspectives of further developmentEK_K2. understands the need for continuous training and professional development. EK_K3. understands the need to constantly activate and broaden their language competences in the Dutch languageEK_K4. can cooperate and work in a group, assuming different roles in it.EK_K7. understands the relationship between the quality and level of the obtained tool in the form of the Dutch language and his / her perception as a person by the outside world
Teaching method
Work with text, group work, multimedia presentations, language games and games
Course content description
Vocabulary in the field of various areas of life such as economics, family life, work, science, environmental protection, art, health, travel, culture, ect ..., idiomatic expressions, sayings, proverbs, the use of newly learned words in sentence contexts.
Forms of assessment
EKW effect: At mark 2: The student does not have basic knowledge of linguistic concepts, does not know the basic issues in the field of lexicology and Dutch grammar. At mark 3: The student has basic knowledge of linguistics; At mark 4: The student knows the Dutch language well; Grade 5: The student knows the subject in an above-average degree;
EKU Effect: At grade 2: The student is unable to demonstrate any skill in the conversation of the Dutch language; At grade 3: The student has a basic conversation skill. At grade 4: The student has the skill level listed in the previous column; Grade 5: The student shows above average skills in the range described in the assessment (4) The EKK effect: On the grade 2: Student is unfamiliar with the foundations of continuous self-education and independent solving of problems posed to him At grade 3: The student has the basic competences described in part \\\"Teaching effects - competences\\\"; For grade 4: The student has the abovementioned competences to a satisfactory degree; Grade 5: The student has the abovementioned competences in an above-average degree, and in particular exhibits above-average independence in their application.
Required reading list
Berna de Boer, Nederlands op niveau, 2015 plus own materials.
Field of study: Dutch Studies
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year III - Semester 5
Number of ECTS credits: 3
Form of assessment: Grade