Language Immersion Course Slovene 3 (UE)

Course numberM4.05170.30.246
Course codeSloevene3
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presence- and Telecourse
ECTS credits6,0
Language of instruction English

Upon the successful completion of the Language Immersion Course Slovene 3, students will acquire the following competencies related to the Slovene language:

  • understand advertising
  • draft a job advert
  • present a chart/graph
  • give tips and recommendations
  • converse about the following topics: clothing, food and drink, weather, accommodation, home
  • talk about a selected topic
  • give their opinion
  • give reasons for their point of view
  • defend their standpoint in a discussion.

This is a language course for slightly advanced students with basic knowledge of Slovene (at CEF level A2-B1). The following language topics will be covered in this module:

  • Advertising and job adverts
  • Everyday conversation topics (clothing, food and drink, weather, accommodation, home)
  • Grammar (5th and 6th cases, conditional, modal verbs, comparison of adjectives)
  • Opinions (comparison, intention, criticism, praise, disagreement)
  • Selected topics from the fields of work, politics, business, regions, environment, sports and culture

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Črnivec, L. (2002). Slovnične preglednice slovenskega jezika. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.
Jemec Škoda, M., Finžgar, P., Malovrh, A., Perš, D., Rajgel, U., Volk, T. & Rajh, M. (2008). Pons splošni nemško-slovenski slovar. Ljubljana: Pons.
Jenko, E. M. (2000). Grammatik der slowenischen Sprache. Klagenfurt/Celovec. Drava.
Kelih, E. & Vučajnk, T. (2018). Slovensko-nemški tematski slovar: osnovno in razširjeno besedišče. Klagenfurt/Celovec: Mohorjeva.
Knez, M., Kern, D., Klemen, M.& Alič, T. (2017). Čas za slovenščino2. Ljubljana: Univerza v Ljubljani.
Lečič, R. (2006). Slovenski glagol (Das slowenische Verb). Ljubljana: Založba ZRC.
Petric Lasnik, I., Pirih Svetina, N., & Ponikvar, A. (2009). A, B, C ... gremo naprej. Ljubljana: Univerza v Ljubljani.
Rigler Šilc, K. & Volavšek Kurasch, N. (2010). Poslovna slovenščina. Ljubljana: Debora.

  • Lecture and presentation
  • Group and pair work
  • Role plays
  • Learning games
  • Self-study
  • Homework

Integrated module exam (immanent examination character):

  • Class participation 20%
  • Class preparation/homework 20%
  • Final examination (exam includes reading and listening comprehension, speaking and writing) 60 %