COMPARISON OF SUBJECTS: Philology - Czech language - Part I Added:12.11. 2007
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COMPARISON OF SUBJECTS: Philology - Czech language - Part I

Remember the happy hour full of dictation and grammar exercises? Then the need for you become a lifelong mission of learning Czech. In today's section devoted to the study of philology at the Faculty of Arts will focus on the Faculty of Arts and Faculty. On the other faculty can enjoy the next episode. (Article was updated 3rd 12th 2009-lc-)

COMPARISON OF SUBJECTS: Philology – Czech language – Part I

Remember the happy hour full of dictation and grammar exercises? Then the need for you become a lifelong mission of learning Czech. In today's section devoted to the study of philology at the Faculty of Arts will focus on the Faculty of Arts and Faculty. On the other faculty can enjoy the next episode.

  • CHARLES UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE

** Where: ** Faculty of Charles University, Jan Palach Square 2, Prague

** Course characteristics: ** field study Czech Language and Literature equip students a deepened knowledge of the grammar of contemporary Czech language and its vocabulary (including word formation), knowledge of the stylistic features of texts created in Czech, an overview of the basic issues of language culture and language policy. Students will learn about the development of the Czech language in a broader context and history of Slavonic grammar. Attending courses of Czech literature offers a comprehensive and coherent awareness of all periods of history of Czech literature overlaps with the literatures of the world. Includes the basics of literary theory, textology and other specific disciplines of literary studies in accordance with the choice of focus (single-subject studies or double-subject, teacher or neučitelské focus).

** Graduates: Graduate ** The resulting profile depends on the number and type of seminars attended by the selection and specialization. All graduates should have a basic awareness not only about the facts of any sector of the Czech literary events, but also methodological approaches.

** Admission test: ** one-round written test for a three-year Bachelor's program consists of two parts – a test of the Czech language and Czech literature of the test.

** Information on: ** „www.ff.cuni.cz“: http://www.ff.cuni.cz/FF-8024.html

** Basic statistical information: ** the applicants in academic year 2009/2010: 629 For this to be taken: 248 (minimum number of students was set at 200)

** Student opinion: ** Eva Honová, 3 year (on ak. year 2007/2008), Czech Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts of Charles University:

/ / What you needed to know for the entrance exams? / / The Czech was a written test, which included grammar, factual knowledge of literature and practical analysis of the poem. Oral entrance exams are a farce. I did not know quite a lot, and yet they took me. Then I realized that such a trend is like everywhere else – to recruit as many people as possible and then gradually get rid of them.

/ / What you think is the level of education? / / Some seminars are not worth anything, others are demanding. Generally, I resent impracticality and excessive academia teaching. The Czech specifically bothers me that we must learn by heart ‚phone books‘ writers and celebrities, magazines, etc. that could be easily found in books.

/ / How do you manage the tests? / / By the time I did progress tests in Czech, I managed tolerably.

/ / What do you like to study, and conversely what I do not like? / / It bothers me obsolescence and the blandness of teaching.

  • Masaryk University in Brno

** Where: ** Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University, Arne Novak 1, Brno

** Graduates: Graduates ** FoA is applied in cultural, educational and training facilities in the state administration, in the mass media. Graduates find a job in the sphere of education, even if vystudují complementary pedagogical studies. Brightest graduates may find employment in scientific and teaching activities at universities and scientific institutes.

** Admission test: ** Tests study skills, the results of the National Comparative tests shall be disregarded.

** Subject: ** Faculty of Arts offers a selection of more than ninety articles, including, for example, analysis of the fictional world, aesthetic and literary analysis, Gender issues in Czech literature and culture, literature for children and youth, memoir literature, story and image, An introduction to dialectology and many others.

** Information on: ** „www.phil.muni.cz“: http://www.phil.muni.cz/…ce-o-studium

** Basic statistical information: ** about the applicant and the. year 2009/2010: 470 It received about 106 (the minimum number of students admitted to and. year 2010/2011 was set at 150)

** Student opinion: ** Jana Nemcova, 3 year (on ak. year 2007/2008), Czech Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts MU

/ / What you needed to know for the entrance exams? / / For entrance into any field at the Faculty of Arts must complete a study skills tests that verify the general assumptions for the study (ie, verbal thinking, analytical, critical, etc.). This is now also in field of study Czech Language and Literature. But I study in addition to test assumptions also had to demonstrate knowledge of language and literature, and the Czech and the world, although by then the study of this branch, students only deal with Czech literature (in any case to know the context of world literature and is worth).

/ / What you think is the level of education? / / The level of education is high, because the Department of the Institute of Czech language and literature has top scientists, this is in Brno Czech tradition – for example teach the language here the authors Hand czech grammar, literature, among other things, Zbynek Fiser, son of Egon Bondy, and Miroslav Balaštík, guest editor of publishing house and also of the same literary magazine. The question over which they often intend, however, remains to what extent, then all the deep knowledge gained in the study useful in practical life, if a man yearning for linguistic or literary career scientists.

/ / How do you manage the tests? / / Tests are certainly manageable, most of them based around the four required courses per semester. For some tests, however, is quite a large self-denial, that their man has passed. Severe shock for freshmen (and possibly imaginary screen) is usually the test of Old Church Slavonic. Tests of some required courses are also a prerequisite for the subjects in the next year, so if at some tests nezadaří or third time, the risk is that one must forcibly stretch a year studying (such examples known of their surroundings, unfortunately, quite a lot). Unpleasant are also newly introduced reader forums, where students czech must demonstrate that they have loaded the list of compulsory literature (and it is quite „bold“ – about 40 books per semester), otherwise they can not go to the test from the literature.

/ / What do you like to study, and conversely what I do not like? / / The school bothers me, as I indicated, it is indeed a study exclusively of Czech language and „Czech“ literature, so one can not take the literature of the world (unfortunately there are no optional subjects, which would give a holistic world literature section). The majority of students in the school education of future teachers of Czech grammar schools, for which the authors' knowledge of the world's absolutely necessary. Perfect knowledge of the mother tongue is undoubtedly very useful, however, that it gained one must have the will and desire to study, or practical knowledge to students this school does not pass too. Who wants to go on to study Czech FF, and yet he knows that once I became a teacher, is probably worth considering whether some of Czech teaching faculty was far easier path to the profession. Generally, the philosophical faculties are known to have little funding, so no FF in Brno is not „spectacular“ and well-equipped building, but at least has a very nice and well equipped library with quality services. The employability of graduates of some fields at the FF can certainly argue, however, languages, even the Czech, in my opinion the practice still ‚most usable‘. The biggest advantage of the FF in Czech Brno is probably the fact that an undergraduate degree program can be two-subject study faculties of journalism and media studies at FSS MU.

Sources: websites of individual faculties




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