CZ 507 Spring '12 Syllabus 2012 Mark Hopkins - UT College of

CZ 507 Spring '12 Syllabus 2012 Mark Hopkins - UT College of

Czech 507 – Spring 2012 First-Year Czech II (Second Semester) Instructor: Mark Hopkins Unique No.: 44785 Office: Calhoun 429A Class time: MTWTHF 11:00...

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Czech 507 – Spring 2012 First-Year Czech II (Second Semester) Instructor: Mark Hopkins Unique No.: 44785 Office: Calhoun 429A Class time: MTWTHF 11:00 – 12:00 Place: Parlin 208 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Tue/Thur 10:00 – 11:00 or by appointment Textbook: Susan Kresin, Čeština hrou and Čeština hrou pracovní sešit (workbook) GENERAL The course is the second semester of an introduction to the Czech language with an emphasis on speaking, listening, and reading. In addition to the textbook, videos will be used not only to increase comprehension, but also to expose the student to Czech culture. Attendance and active participation, while important to any course, are vital to foreign language study. Students are thus urged and expected to ask questions and contact the instructor in cases of uncertainty—whether regarding course content, assignments or any other aspect of the class. The instructor, in turn, will make every effort to respond as quickly and accurately as possible to student questions or concerns. Attendance policy: Each student will have five (5) accepted unexcused absences. Any absences beyond the allowed five must be approved by the instructor. Outside of emergencies and documented legal or health needs, each absence over the allotted five will decrease the student's attendance/participation grade by a full letter grade. Grading: Short tests: 35%, Final exam: 15%, Homework: 15%, Quizzes: 10%, Attendance/participation: 15% Portfolio: 10% Email: According to the University policy, it is every student’s responsibility to check email on a frequent and regular basis in order to stay current with University-related communications, including coursework. Certain communications may be time-critical. Email should be checked daily, but no less frequently than twice per week. It is further the student’s responsibility to keep the University and instructor informed as to changes in email address. The policy is available at http://ww.uteas.edu/its/policies/emailnotify.html

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CZ
507
First‐Year
Czech
Syllabus
 Weeks
1
‐
5
 


Class
Topic
 
 Introduction
&
Review
 Review
&
Dialogues

 Possessive
Adjectives
 Stating
Address
&
No.


Homework
Due
on
Day
 Due
on
01/17:
N/A
 Due
on
01/18:
Verb
and
Vocab
 Due
on
01/19:

Handout
 Due
on
01/20:

Handout


Locative
Plural
 
 Due
on
01/23:

TBA
 Pronouns
and
Past

 Due
on
01/24:
PŠ
st.
61&62
 Past
Tense
 
 
 Due
on
01/25:
PŠ
st.
63&64
 Past
Tense
2
 
 Due
on
01/26:
PŠ
st.
65&66
 Past
Tense/Translation
Due
on
01/27:
PŠ
st.
67,68,69(‐)
 Review
 
 Chapter
4
Exam
 Verbs
of
Liking
 Verbal
Aspect
 Verbal
Aspect



 
 
 
 


Due
on
01/30:
Exam
Review
 Due
on
01/31:
Study
for
Exam
 Due
on
02/01:
PŠ
st.
71,72,73
 Due
on
02/02:
PŠ
st.
74&75
 Due
on
02/03:
PŠ
st.
76&77


Impf./Perf.
Pairs
 


Due
on
02/06:
PŠ
st.
78
 Simultaneous
vs.
Sequence
 Due
on
02/07:
TBA
 Translations
 
 Due
on
02/08:
PŠ
st.
79&80
 Future
of
být
 
 Due
on
02/09:
TBA
 Future
tense
 
 Due
on
02/10:
PŠ
st.
81
 Perf.
Future

 Modal
Verbs
 Modal
Verbs
 Review
 
 Review
 



 
 
 
 


Due
on
02/13:
PŠ
st.
82
 Due
on
02/14:
PŠ
st.
83&84
 Due
on
02/15:
PŠ
st.
85&86
 Due
on
02/16:
PŠ
st.
87&88
 Due
on
02/17:
PŠ
st.
89&90