Learning materials (2)
Polish Language & Culture
The Polish Language and Culture Pack was produced in 2018 by the British Council and the Polish Cultural Institute in London in partnership with Dwie Siostry Publishing and Templar Publishing.
The Polish Language and Culture pack helps primary teachers introduce aspects of Polish language and culture to their pupils, approx 7-11 year olds. It contains lesson and assembly plans, factual information and resources to help pupils develop a deeper knowledge and understanding of the rich language, geography and culture of Poland.
The materials are designed to be flexible and adaptable for use in a variety of settings. They can be used as starting points for individual lessons and assemblies or form part of larger cross-curricular joint projects involving collaboration over a number of subjects. Your pupils can learn how to greet a friend in Polish, get creative making paper cut-outs, and find out about many aspects of Polish culture.
Polish Language and Culture pack (pdf, 8.02 MB)
British Council Polish Language and Culture Pack Lesson Slides (pdf, 3.89 MB)
Polish taster for schools
A downloadable introduction to the Learning Journey (Polish) for older primary schools pupils or students in the Broad General Education (early secondary) stage in Scottish schools. It is available on Education Scotland's GLOW platform.
More information: Elwira Grossman Elwira.Grossman@glasgow.ac.uk.
Why learn Polish?
The Czech Republic - a presentation for senior school and university students
A presentation for undergraduate and senior school students by Dr Jan Culik, Senior Lecturer in Czech at the University of Glasgow.
Links to a wealth of historical and present day information on the Czech Republic.
More information: Jan Culik Jan.Culik@glasgow.ac.uk.