|Advancement||Level||Marking according to
(Common European Framework)
|Name according to the CEO
(Common European Framework)
|1. Communication Situations||A0||Survival Polish|
|2. Introduction to Language||I. Basic||A1||Introduction to Polish (Breakthrough)|
|3. Initial||I. Basic||A2||Waystage|
|4. Threshold||II. General Intermediate||B1||The Threshold|
|5. General Intermediate||II. General Intermediate||B2||First Certificate Polish|
|6. Specialist Intermediate||III. Advanced||C1||Study Certificate|
|7. Advanced||III. Advanced||C2||Proficiency|
|8. Fluency Level||III. Advanced||D||Native Speaker|
The course on this level familiarises students with the new language and constitutes the preparation stage for a course on the A 1 level.
A student on this level can:
- Understands simple instructions and can find simple information in an oral text.
- Actively participates in basic conversations about particular and predictable topics.
- Can write a simple note about him- or herself.
- Understands basic information or announcements.
- Can provide elementary data in forms, and prepare notes specifying locations, time, and dates.
The student on this level can:
- Formulate simple opinions, express requirements, and ask questions about everyday situations.
- Understand typical announcements referring to the familiar topic and information on products or in public places.
- Write short and simple texts, letters, or greetings to be sent via mail.
The course of such a level familiarises students with the new scope of language competences and constitutes the preparation stage for classes on the B2 level.
The student who achieved this level can:
- Express opinions about abstract topics and culture.
- Undertake a discussion and formulate utterances referring to familiar topics.
- Give advice and help.
- Understand public instructions and announcements, typical information and articles.
- Understand the general meaning of popular issues presented unusually.
On this level the student can:
- Read with comprehension and grasp relevant information.
- Understand detailed advice and instructions.
- Participate in conversations on various topics.
- Write dictated text and a letter describing abstract ideas.
- Participates in meetings relating to his or her profession.
- Is able to comfortably participate in a conversation, using abstract terms.
- Can read quickly and has no problems in understanding media information and non-standard correspondence.
- Can take minutes at meetings and use various written forms of expression.
At this level the student can:
- Undertake a conversation in any subject matter.
- Understands colloquial language and can translate it into the formal register.
- Can translate complicated documents, correspondence, and reports into the colloquial register.
- Can address every topic orally and in the written form.
- When writing, can select the appropriate form of expression of own thoughts, opinions, and feelings.