Slovene 2 (CEF A1-A2) (UE)

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Course numberM4.05170.20.186
Course code
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW3,0
ECTS credits4,0
Language of instruction

This course aims to consolidate previously acquired structures and topics, improve oral and written communication skills and enlarge vocabulary based on previous knowledge and skills, introduce relevant vocabulary for business situations.



On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

talk about everyday topics (work and hobbies)

make future arrangements

present their family members (characteristics and occupation)

report about events in the past

ask for specific quantities when shopping

ask and give directions

complete simple written tasks

make simple telephone enquiries.

Successful completion of Slovene 1

The following topics will be covered:



Daily activities (world of work and recreation)

Time specification (regularity of activities)

Family

Personal description

Giving directions

Simple written correspondence

Basic telephone enquiries

Grammar (past tense, future tense, prepositions with the 2nd case, negation, quantities, imperatives)

Excursion to Ljubljana/ Slovenia (1 day).

Rigler Šilc K./Volavšek Kurasch N. (2010): Poslovna slovenščina. Ljubljana: Debora.



Martinčič P./Jacobs P./Jemec Škoda M./Finžgar P./Milutinovič V./ Perš D./Rajgel U./ Švab A./ Bodlaj L. (2008). Pons splošni slovensko-nemški slovar. Ljubljana: Pons.



Črnivec, L. (2002): Slovnične preglednice slovenskega jezika. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.

Rigler Šilc K./Volavšek Kurasch N. (2010): Poslovna slovenščina. Ljubljana: Debora.



Martinčič P./Jacobs P./Jemec Škoda M./Finžgar P./Milutinovič V./ Perš D./Rajgel U./ Švab A./ Bodlaj L. (2008). Pons splošni slovensko-nemški slovar. Ljubljana: Pons.



Črnivec, L. (2002): Slovnične preglednice slovenskega jezika. Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta.



Jenko, E. M. (2000): Grammatik der slowenischen Sprache. Klagenfurt/Celovec: Drava.

Jenko, E. M. (2000): Grammatik der slowenischen Sprache. Klagenfurt/Celovec: Drava.

Discussions, individual exercises, group work, language-oriented, learner-oriented, task-oriented and intercultural role plays, excursion.

participation (30%), midterm exam (30%), final exam - oral and written (40%)