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Croatian Internet course HiT-1, cost € 500 March 7 to May 29, 2016 (registration deadline 22 February 2016)
Croatian Internet course HiT-1, cost € 500 March 7 to May 29, 2016 (registration deadline 22 February 2016). Croatian course in e-learning. This is a course of Croatian internet I’ve had the opportunity to conclude a few days ago, thanks to a scholarship program Croaticum granted by the State Office for Croats outside Croatia they awarded these grants in its annual competition held in May 2015 is the best course I have taken Croatian to date, ideal for people who work, or study or do not have the time to travel to Croatia to learn the language. For its quality standard and it is addressed to people who are adults and responsible commitment involved login and learn at home. It is very pleasant, very interactive and teachers are excellent Spanish and English spoken. One meets with them 2 times a week in 45-minute sessions via Skype. The teachers, native speakers of Croatian, which are in Zagreb, Croatia. It is very easy to live sessions on Skype during lunch hours or at breakfast. Lic. Alejandra Pavisich MBA, Social Media Manager Dobar dan SANTA CRUZ. A further course details:
The University of Zagreb, the Croatian Heritage Foundation and the Center for Computer Science, University offering courses of e-learning of the Croatian language entry level. The course is designed for people without previous knowledge of Croatian or very basic knowledge of the language.
The course format called distance learning e-learning through a learning management system (LMS) and also through experienced instructors teaching languages (Croatian native speakers) through Skype or Webinar. The course is not offered in a form of software that can be bought and used after the end of the course, it is in the form of interactive teaching materials accessible on the LMS for the duration of the course.
The course is based on the Moodle LMS, therefore, it requires that the course participants have basic computer skills. The e-learning course consists of 7 units to be completed in 12 weeks. Participants have two weeks to complete a main unit (the main units are units 2-6), while Unit 1 and Unit 7 have to be completed within a week. The drive unit 1 is the introduction, while Unit 7 consists of exercises for review and a final exam. Each unit ends with a short quiz that shows student progress. Tests can only take a period of time set in advance.
To successfully complete the course, students need to pass regular time reading, writing and practicing the language by the activities and program assignments. The activity of students in the e-course is the equivalent of attending a class in which students attend a regular classroom or physical, that is, it is an important part of the study process. Therefore, the participants do not demonstrate their activity within a lesson for two weeks were accounted as having left the course.
Although the learning process within each unit lasts for a period of two weeks, the process is independent and individual, that is, the study participants is at their own pace; Participants are required to communicate with the instructor twice a week at a scheduled time (real time communication online). If participants can not participate in a scheduled online meeting they must inform the instructor of it at least one day in advance. Cancelled classes can not be taken later.
Structure of Units
Each unit consists of texts that aim to develop communicative competence with a focus on basic grammatical structures. All important explanations are provided in Croatian, English and Spanish language.
Each unit consists of:
written and oral version of a text
vocabulary and grammar exercises
interactive language activities
tests of vocabulary and grammar after each unit
The final exam consists of two parts: written and oral part. The written part consists of communication questions, grammar and a short essay about a familiar topic. The oral part of the exam consists of a prepared speech or presentation and an interview with the examination committee. The oral part of the examination will be made by Skype or Webinar at a scheduled time.
Participants who pass the final exam will receive a certificate of attendance and a grade report from the University of Zagreb. Participants not any part of the final examination will receive only a confirmation of your participation in the course.
basic computer skills
computer with speakers / headphones, microphone (required)
Internet connection (broadband recommended)
The current version of Internet Explorer or Mozilla ®
Cost: The course costs € 500
The participant has been officially registered for the course when the University of Zagreb receives the amount of tuition. After registration, the participant will receive the password for the course by e-mail. Upon enrollment in the course, the participant will receive a password by e-mail to be used in the system of e-Learning. A week after taking the final examination, the login password is not valid.
Note: All fees are non-refundable. In the event the applicant withdraws from the course at any time fees paid will not be returned.
Deadline for registration and payment of academic rate: 22 February 2016
For more detailed information, and send the registration form for the course, please contact us by e-mail at: email@example.com