Letní škola českých studií v Kalifornii
Intensive Introductory or Intermediate Czech at UCLA
Six-week courses: June 20–July 29, 2011
Each course will be the credit equivalent of two semesters of instruction.
Classes will meet Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm.
Both courses will emphasize practical skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Films, music, speakers, and Czech cultural activities will be an essential part of the learning experience.
As an ACLS-sponsored program, there is no tuition for graduate students in related fields!
For more information, see UCLA’s Summer Program website.
Summer School of Czech Studies in California
Intensive Intermediate Czech
Dr. David Danaher, University of Wisconsin-Madison
David first visited the Czech Republic (then Czechoslovakia) months after the 1989 Velvet Revolution and has been studying and teaching Czech ever since.
We will use L. Holá’s Step by Step 2 as our textbook and will work in detail with Miloš Forman’s acclaimed film Lásky jedné plavovlásky (Loves of a Blonde).
Visit David’s website for Czech-related materials or email him at pes “at” mac.com.
Susan teaches Czech at UCLA. As the textbook for the introductory course, we will be using Čeština hrou (Czech for Fun), which she co-authored with Ilona Kořánová, Hope Subak-Kašpar, and Filip Kašpar.
Visit UCLA’s website for Czech studies or email Susan at kresin “at” humnet.ucla.edu.