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teaching Polish as a Foreign Language

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by aleksandrawu, Jun 6, 2017.

  1. aleksandrawu

    aleksandrawu New commenter

    Hello. I've been teaching Polish as a foreign language for 3 years now (I used to teach English as a foreign language- altogether I've been teaching for over 16 years!). I've collected some teaching resources and made some of my own. I would love, however, to get in touch with other teachers of Polish to share your ideas, problems and solutions to them.
    Also, if you are learning our beautiful , yet extremely difficult language, it will be a pleasure to help you with anything you need :)
    Looking forward to your comments- in both languages!
  2. Geoff Thomas

    Geoff Thomas Star commenter

    To whom do you teach PFL, and where?

    (My wife is an examiner for the AQA Polish GCSE and I am a reasonably competent speaker of the language)
  3. jmhumeau

    jmhumeau New commenter

    Dear all,
    I am interested in learning Polish language.
    For professional reasons.
    Courses would take place either in Cracow or Warsaw.
    Please Aleksandra, could you give me some details ?
  4. aleksandrawu

    aleksandrawu New commenter

    Hello Both
    I'm really sorry it took me so long to reply- I don't know why, but I don't get any new comments notifications in here.
    Geoff- I teach at a high school in Gloucester. I teach groups at GCSE level and As/A-level.
    Jean-Michel- As for the course in Poland, I'm sorry, but can't give you any advice on that- you must have had decided by now, anyway :)

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