Czech language courses available for Ukrainian refugees – Brno Daily

The South Moravian Center for Foreigners will launch its first free Czech language course for Ukrainian children on Monday, March 14, 2022. The course is aimed at children aged 11-15 and will be led by qualified teacher Zuzana Šalplachtová. Classes will last two hours and will take place at least twice a week until the end of June. Children will mainly learn basic Czech words and phrases by playing games and will also be introduced to Czech culture. Photo credit: Center for Foreigners JMK

Brno, March 13 (BD) – The Center will also launch four Czech language courses for adults from March 21, 2022. Two courses will be intensive (nine hours per week) and two regular courses (four hours of lessons per week). At the end of the course, the students will participate in an evaluation test on the CEFR level A1.

The Center will also open courses for children of younger school age (6-10 years old) and for teenagers (15-18 years old). All courses are free and intended only for Ukrainian citizens who had to leave their country because of the war. Classes are in high demand. Photo credit: Center for Foreigners JMK

The JMK Center for Foreigners organizes Czech courses with experienced and specialized teachers, but also currently gathers volunteers who could teach Czech individually or to smaller groups. The Center will guarantee their methodological format and their supervision. Volunteers can register here.

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