Ukrainian – Beginners

Course overview

This course is suitable for those new to the language and those with some previous experience. The main aim of the course is to be able to communicate in everyday situations.

You’ll learn in a fun and supportive environment through a variety of engaging activities.

The tutor will use a range of resources (videos, games, role-plays, and handouts) to supplement the course book

Semester 1 (Oct-February): No prior knowledge of the language is necessary. All you’ll need is a keen interest to learn!

Semester 2 (February-July): You do not need to have completed Semester 1, however you will need to have 20 hours of previous study of the language in an adult class, or previous learning of a similar length.

You can check your language level with our downloadable guide.

Please note: this course does not run during the half-term/ end-of-term breaks.

 

You will be introduced to the language to enable you to communicate effectively in everyday situations at a basic level using all four language skills: speaking, writing, listening and reading.
The content of our courses may vary according at the discretion of the tutor and the group’s learning pace.

Teaching methods include:

• audio/visual stimulation
• teacher-led
• formal instruction
• group and pair work
• discussions

You will have the chance to use the language in real-life situations through fun and engaging role-plays and lively group discussions. You will also have access to your class learning resources through your college’s online account and will be advised on specialised websites for home learning.

Furthermore, you will get the opportunity to develop your language skills according to your own specific needs.

For this course, you will initially require a notebook and pens.

Your tutor will advise on textbooks and other learning materials

On completion of Beginners level you will be above to progress to our Improvers course.

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