Fees: Standard £ 120 Conc £45 Full £260
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Topical issues and discussions about films, plays and books. Discussions on issues in the news. Writing letters and giving information and instructions (written and orally). Exchanging news and everyday information. Developing personal ideas and opinions and evaluating information.
For those who are fairly confident in speaking, reading and writing Polish and are considering following a GCSE level Polish course. You're welcome to try a class before you enrol if you are not sure if the level is right for you.
To be able to speak in the present, past and future ie how you spend your time; what you did when on holiday, or when you were younger, what your future plans are. Discuss news/current topics/give simple information/instructions.
Understand the written form of Polish from a variety of sources (eg newspapers/books). Communicate confidently and clearly through spoken/written Polish on topics relating to day to day matters/society, environment and the world around us. Be familiar with Polish customs and literary authors eg Senkiewicz, Prus, Mickiewicz, Zapolska.
Discussion and conversation. Role-play and presentations. Study of vocabulary and grammar related to topics. Written exercises and reading/listening activities. Study of chosen texts and related materials.
Minimum 20 minutes daily study/revision/homework. As much practice with a Polish speaker as you can manage.
Tests, written exercises, reading, quizzes, course accreditation. You will keep your own Individual Learning Plan (ILP) up to date with the help of your tutor.
Polish Intermediate stage 2
Tutor will advise
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