Fees: Standard £ 120 Conc £41 Full £260 * Enrol online for standard fee payers only
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Leisure time and special occasions. Time and dates. Health and fitness. Finding your way around building/locations. How to make phone calls/arrangements.
For people able to say a few sentences in Polish and who would like to become more fluent in speaking. For those who have completed Polish Beginners Stage 1.
To be able to talk about yourself. Cope with some numbers and money. Order drinks, snacks/ask prices of items. Basic polite phrases.
Talk about interests and preferences. Give correct times and dates. Talk about your state of health. Ask for/give directions. Invite someone/accept or decline an invitation.
Mainly conversation; role-play and vocabulary/grammar linked to particular topics addressed. Basic reading and writing included.
15 minutes study/revision daily minimum, reviewing and practising the previous lesson; sentences and words to learn by heart; homework set by the tutor. Try and listen to a tape, get material from the internet, watch a video - anything to extend your Polish! Find a Polish speaker to practise with, if you can.
Quizzes, tests, class participation. Completing your ILP (Individual Learning Plan) with your tutor’s help.
Polish Beginners Stage 3
"Tutor will advise about textbook and other published materials (eg dictionaries). Ringbinder(s), A4 looseleaf paper. Notebook. Vocabulary book. "
Help with literacy or numeracy is available through the basic education programme and the ESOL programme offers help for speakers of other languages. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Details are available in the Guide or from teaching or Reception staff. For classes held in POSK: use of Polish Centre's facilities: Library/theatre/bookshop/restaurants. ( NB: Macbeth Centre is the nearest Centre to POSK).