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Jan Amos Komenský Jan Amos Comenius.  1592 † 1670. Jan Amos Komenský Modern Czech Tradition of FLT. Born in 1592 in Nivnice (today's Czech Republic ) Bishop of Unitas Fratrum Teacher Methodologist Reformist of Educational System Father of Modern Education. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Jan Amos KomenskJan Amos Comenius 1592 1670

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Jan Amos Komensk Modern Czech Tradition of FLT

    Born in 1592 in Nivnice (today's Czech Republic)

    Bishop of Unitas FratrumTeacherMethodologistReformist of Educational SystemFather of Modern Education

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Comenius Main Contributions

    Pre-school TrainingCurriculum for Primary SchoolMethodsSchoolDiscipline

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Orbis Pictus

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Orbis Pictus

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  • Orbis Pictus

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  • Orbis Pictus

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  • IDENTITY AND MOBILITY BORDERS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES TEACHINGMgr. Jitka NovkovMgr. Vra HyhlkovFaculty of HumanitiesUniversity of PardubiceCzech Republic

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  • languages are not a mere means of communication. They contribute to a better knowledge of other European cultures and have a real potential for a deeper understanding between European citizens.

    Jn Figel, Commissioner responsible for Education, Training, Culture and Multilingualism

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • How many official languages are there in the EU?

    20 official languages

    Which are these?

    Spanish, Danish, German, Greek, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Czech, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Maltese, Polish, Slovak, Slovene

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  • Compulsory Teaching of a Foreign LanguageGeneral trend in Europe

    -Increase in the number of years of foreign languages learning

    -Lowering of the age at which the provision begins

    -According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages every European citizen should be able to speak a minimum of two foreign languages besides their native language

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • The Most Frequently Taught Languages in Europe

    1)English (90%, start to learn English in general lower or upper secondary education ISCED levels 2 or 3)

    2) German (40%, esp. in the countries of central and eastern Europe)

    3) French (40%, esp. in western and southern Europe)

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  • The Most Frequently Taught Languages in Europe

    4)Spanish (less than 10%, exceptions to this: Denmark (20,8%), France (56%), Luxembourg (26,4%), Sweden (29%)

    5)Russian (less than 10%, taught mainly in the countries of central and eastern Europe except the Baltic countries, Poland and BulgariaFinland the EU country where Russian is most taught

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  • Foreign Languages Teachingin the Czech RepublicPrimary school

    * first foreign language (usually English or German) starts to be taught as a compulsory subject in the 4th year (at the age of 9)* second foreign language starts to be taught:- in the 6th year (as a compulsory course in the framework of extended foreign languages teaching)- in the 7th year (as an optional course)If as a compulsory subject the first foreign language is English or German, the school should offer as a priority French, Russian or Spanish teaching.

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  • Foreign Languages Teachingin the Czech RepublicSecondary school

    -Students usually continue to study the foreign language they studied at the primary school.

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Survey- 145 participants

    - Students of nearly all faculties of the University of Pardubice- Faculty of Humanities- Faculty of Economics and Administration- Faculty of Transport- Faculty of Chemistry and Technology- Faculty of Health Studies

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  • Questionnaire Items1)Faculty2)Age3)Name and size of town (city) where you attendeda) primary schoolb) secondary school (type of the secondary school you attended, e.g. general secondary school or vocational secondary school)

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Questionnaire Items

    4) What foreign languages do you speak and at what levels? (English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Latin, others)

    5) When and where did you start to study these languages? (e.g. primary, secondary school, university, language courses, etc.)

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  • Questionnaire Items6) Why did you start to study these languages?my own interestmy parents wishnecessity (e.g. exam preparation, studies and work abroad)no other choice at schoolschool allocated the languageother reasons

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  • Questionnaire Items7) If you could choose, what languages would you like to speak and why?

    8) Do you prefer travelling to countries the languages of which you speak?

    9) Would you mind working in a country the language of which you do not speak?

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

  • Survey Results145 participants

    60 students of the Faculty of Humanities 62 students of the Faculty of Economics and Administration 23 students of the other faculties together (the others)

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  • Survey Results

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

    Graf2

    953270

    34513

    22317

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    Faculty of Humanities

    The others

    Age

    Percentage of students

    Faculties

    Age of students

    Age

    Faculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    AGE

    19-22329570

    23-2545313

    26 and more23217

    Age

    000

    000

    000

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    Faculty of Humanities

    The others

    Age

    Percentage of students

    Faculties

    Age of students

    List2

    PRIMARY SCHOOLNumber of inhabitantsFaculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    Up to 10008813

    Up to 10,000203522

    Up to 50,000232439

    Up to 100,000292413

    Up to 500,000067

    Above 500,0002024

    List2

    000

    000

    000

    000

    000

    000

    Faculty of Humanities

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    The others

    Number of inhabitants

    Percentage of students

    Primary school

    List3

  • Survey Results

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

    Graf1

    8813

    203522

    232439

    292413

    067

    2024

    Faculty of Humanities

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    The others

    Number of inhabitants

    Percentage of students

    Primary school

    Age

    Faculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    AGE

    19-22329570

    23-2545313

    26 and more23217

    Age

    000

    000

    000

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    Faculty of Humanities

    The others

    List2

    PRIMARY SCHOOLNumber of inhabitantsFaculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    Up to 10008813

    Up to 10,000203522

    Up to 50,000232439

    Up to 100,000292413

    Up to 500,000067

    Above 500,0002024

    List2

    000

    000

    000

    000

    000

    000

    Faculty of Humanities

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    The others

    Number of inhabitants

    Percentage of students

    Primary school

    List3

  • Survey Results

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

    Graf3

    000

    12219

    373748

    302626

    0139

    2138

    Faculty of Humanities

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    The others

    Number of inhabitants

    Percentage of students

    Secondary school

    Age

    Faculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    AGE

    19-22329570

    23-2545313

    26 and more23217

    Age

    953270

    34513

    22317

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    Faculty of Humanities

    The others

    Age

    Percentage of students

    Faculties

    Age of students

    Primary

    PRIMARY SCHOOLNumber of inhabitantsFaculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    Up to 10008813

    Up to 10,000203522

    Up to 50,000232439

    Up to 100,000292413

    Up to 500,000067

    Above 500,0002024

    Primary

    8813

    203522

    232439

    292413

    067

    2024

    Faculty of Humanities

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    The others

    Number of inhabitants

    Percentage of students

    Primary school

    Secondary

    SECONDARY SCHOOLNumber of inhabitantsFaculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    Up to 1000000

    Up to 10,00012219

    Up to 50,000373748

    Up to 100,000302626

    Up to 500,0000139

    Above 500,0002138

    Secondary

    000

    000

    000

    000

    000

    000

    Faculty of Humanities

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    The others

    Number of inhabitants

    Percentage of students

    Secondary school

  • Survey Results

    IP Madrid, 18-30th July 2005

    Graf4

    6733

    4258

    4852

    General sec. school

    Vocational sec. school

    Faculties

    Percentage of students

    Type of school

    Type of secondary school

    Age

    Faculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    AGE

    19-22329570

    23-2545313

    26 and more23217

    Age

    953270

    34513

    22317

    Faculty of Ec. and Admin.

    Faculty of Humanities

    The others

    Age

    Percentage of students

    Faculties

    Age of students

    Primary

    PRIMARY SCHOOLNumber of inhabitantsFaculty of HumanitiesFaculty of Ec. and Admin.The others

    Up to 10008813

    Up to 10,000203522

    Up to 50,000232439

    Up to 100,000292413

    Up to 500,000067

    Above 500,0002024

    Primary

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