Czech Higher Advanced 2 (MLT907)
Based on 36 hours of small group interactive seminars almost exclusively delivered in Czech, the unit also comprises 64 hours of monitored private study.
- University credits: 10
- University levels: 1-4
- Pre-requisite: MLT913, A Level + 1 year or stay abroad, CEF B2+
- Co-requisite: N/A.
- Availability: Students, members of staff, members of the public
- Teaching period: Spring semester (Timetables and course dates)
- Contact times: One 3-hour tutorial per week over 12 weeks, starting in Week 1 of the semester.
- Group size: Maximum of 20.
- Language Co-ordinator: Dr Irina Sadovina
- Module Leader: Ludek Knittl
- Pathway: N/A
Assuming a one-year post-A-level study of the language possibly including an extended stay abroad, successful completion of the unit below (Czech Higher Advanced 1), or equivalent learning experience at level B2+ of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), this unit aims to consolidate the linguistic and cultural skills required to operate as a near-native speaker in the target country, whether for professional, academic or recreational purposes, and to develop strategies and techniques to become a fully autonomous, life-long learner of the language and culture.
Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to:
- Čeština pro život 2 (Akropolis), 978-80-87481-52-3
- Variace češtiny (advanced)
* 'Set' texbooks are provided at no additional cost to students taking the course for credits, as part of the Languages-for-All Fee-Waiver scheme, or as part of the Doctoral Development Programme.
Virtual Learning Environment (Blackboard):
- Weekly scheme of work
- Summary of activities done in class, with slides and corrections
- Follow-up and preparatory homework
- Additional resources, inc. free-view film selection and grammar exercises
- Validation - This module can be validated as part of the following schemes:
- Undergraduate degree
- MLTC Certificate of Attendance or Completion
- Higher Education Achievement Record
- Doctoral Development Programme & Research Training Programme
- Oral Assessment: 50%
- Written Examination (in the examination period): 50%
- Feedback: In addition to on-going individual and collective feedback during class-activities, learners will receive individual written feedback on the three pieces of assessment above.
The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it is up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research, funding changes, professional accreditation requirements, student or employer feedback, outcomes of reviews, and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change we'll consult and inform students in good time and take reasonable steps to minimise disruption.
Information last updated: 4 January 2023