Course detail

Spanish for Beginners 2/2

FIT-JS1Acad. year: 2018/2019

This communicative course - Spanish for Beginners - will offer practising pronunciation, basic grammar, conversation in everyday situations, reading and listening. Original Spanish textbooks, audio and videocourses will be used in classes. It is a two-semester course and it is a following part of the successful JS1/1-WS.

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Elementary Spanish conversation, basic Spanish grammar.

Prerequisites

Successful passing the course JS1/1-WS.

Co-requisites

Not applicable.

Recommended optional programme components

Not applicable.

Recommended or required reading

kol.: Fiesta 1, nueva edición,Fraus, 2010 (CS)

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Teaching methods combine active participation in classes (conversation, role play, practising grammar and vocabulary,use of audiovisual means, and regular testing of previous knowledge) with homework - self-study.

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

Revision tests.
Exam prerequisites:
Semester tests - min. score 10 points (20 points max.).

Language of instruction

Czech, English

Work placements

Not applicable.

Course curriculum

    Syllabus of numerical exercises:
    1. Programme of the course, introduction to the language
    2. Pronunciation, how to thank and introduce oneself
    3. Stress, gender and articles
    4. What/who is it?, personal pronouns
    5. Profession, plural, verbs ending -ar
    6. Nationality, prepositions, declension, to be
    7. Intonation, verbs ending -er,-ir and irregular verbs
    8. Family and age, female forms of nouns
    9. Numbers 1 - 10, irreg. verb venir, revision test
    10. Friends, descriptions, adjectives
    11. Possession, obligation, quantification, possessive pronouns
    12. Revision
    13. Autumn semester test written
    14. Revision of lessons 1 - 7
    15. Telephoning, ser vs. estar, negative expressions
    16. Mexico, demonstrative pronouns
    17. Obligation and necessity, hay que x tener que
    18. Transport, irregular verbs, revision test
    19. Imperative, polite asking for things
    20. Telling the time, numbers 11 - 30
    21. Basic technical terminology, irregular verbs
    22. Daily routine, reflexive pronouns
    23. Basic technical terminology, infinitive structures
    24. Infinitive of purpose, numerals, currencies, weights and measures
    25. Revision
    26. Spring semester test written

Aims

Elementary Spanish.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

Final examination 30 points min./60 points max.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme IT-BC-3 Bachelor's

    branch BIT , 2. year of study, summer semester, 3 credits, optional

Type of course unit

 

Exercise

26 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus


  1. Programme of the course, introduction to the language
  2. Pronunciation, how to thank and introduce oneself
  3. Stress, gender and articles
  4. What/who is it?, personal pronouns
  5. Profession, plural, verbs ending -ar
  6. Nationality, prepositions, declension, to be
  7. Intonation, verbs ending -er,-ir and irregular verbs
  8. Family and age, female forms of nouns
  9. Numbers 1 - 10, irreg. verb venir, revision test
  10. Friends, descriptions, adjectives
  11. Possession, obligation, quantification, possessive pronouns
  12. Revision
  13. Autumn semester test written
  14. Revision of lessons 1 - 7
  15. Telephoning, ser vs. estar, negative expressions
  16. Mexico, demonstrative pronouns
  17. Obligation and necessity, hay que x tener que
  18. Transport, irregular verbs, revision test
  19. Imperative, polite asking for things
  20. Telling the time, numbers 11 - 30
  21. Basic technical terminology, irregular verbs
  22. Daily routine, reflexive pronouns
  23. Basic technical terminology, infinitive structures
  24. Infinitive of purpose, numerals, currencies, weights and measures
  25. Revision
  26. Spring semester test written

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