Mgr. Lenka Tkadlčíková
The course focuses on the use of specific grammatical structures - the passive voice, time clauses, conditional clauses, clauses of purpose, sequence of tenses, and modal verbs, as well as on transitional words and phrases.
The level of the course, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), is B1-B2. The course also aims to refresh and further build up active knowledge of grammatical structures and general vocabulary.
The goal of the course is to be able to use these structures when talking about topics from the Social Work sphere.
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Key Word Sentence Transformation in Professional Writing
Psychology of human development
Art education in the preschool age
Language education in the preschool age
J.A. Comenius and his contribution to the world’s education
Environmental education in the preschool age
Classical and alternative education systems
Animation and the Youth and Senior Activization
Social Pedagogy - Introduction
Socialization and Identity formation
Psychotherapy and counselling in the social work profession
Recognizing and Preventing Burn-out Syndrome in Helping Professions
Communication skills in social work practice
Reasons for Social Work Intervention I
Reasons for Social Work Intervention II
Human Life Cycle: Specifics and Problems of Individual Stages of Human Development
Family and Substitute Child Care
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