Fees: Standard £ 122 Conc £45 Full £271 * Enrol online for standard fee payers only
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Topics include: the world of work, education and training, communications and the media, tourism, life in other countries
For those who would like to build on their basic knowledge of Polish, who have studied up to Lower-Intermediate Stage 2 or have equivalent knowledge. Please come and try the class before enrolling (provided there is space) to check your level, if you aren't sure
Basic knowledge of spoken (and written) Polish - to be fairly confident in talking about home/domestic life and daily routine. Express likes and dislikes. Book accommodation/make arrangements. See Course Information Sheets for Polish Pre-Intermediate Stages 1&2 for full details.
Talk confidently in a simple but correct manner about yourself and your interests. Exchange information about your job, your career Discuss future plans Talk about different media iin everyday life Discuss travel – where you have been, where you would like to go Talk about life in Poland as compared with the UK Give opinions and discuss others’ opinions.
Conversation through discussion and role-play. Listening and reading exercises, grammar and vocabulary taught through topics.
20 minutes homework for further study/revision daily, reviewing & practising the previous lesson; sentences and words to learn by heart; homework set by the tutor. Try & listen to a tape, get material from internet, watch a video - anything to extend your Polish! Find a Polish speaker to practise with, if you can.
Every lesson you are given different tasks so that progress can be assessed. Record of your work will be kept in your Individual Learning Plan to help record the steps taken towards achieving your goals.
Polish Intermediate Stage 1 / GCSE Polish
Coursebook – to be decided. CHECK WITH TUTOR BEFORE BUYING! Tutor will advise about 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 from the guide and from teaching or reception staff.