I have moved this information to the discussion page. It should keep things tidy.
- I am also removing email addresses for security reasons.
Originating Post[edit source]
Hello I would open a course of Czech as foreign language, if you are interested as well, please write your nickname and e-mail and I will contact you, then I will open.
- It is NOT recommended that you post your e-mail address on Wikiversity. It is better to sign your Wikiversity name here so that you can be contacted through your talk page.
Interested People[edit source]
- Welkin.Shibboleth 07:10, 13 November 2009 (UTC)
- Jll294 (Jasmine),
- Dr Necius
- V-ball — in lieu of my e-mail address, contact me on Wikipedia
- Silexq (wikiversity username)
- NSPossum Contact me on Wikiversity please.
- Vipassana 11:59, 3 May 2007 (UTC)
- danny1loo 03:39, 7 May 2007
- --*ROb 22:36, 28 May 2007 (UTC)
- Neq Tvorimir
- Hi ! I'm french and search how to learn Czeck language quickly; I'm full of motivation! I'm specialy looking for help or sound example of pronunciation (which is incredible hard for me) contact me please
- Ken Francis
- Michael Alachouzos (Wikiversity username = Alacos)
- Svyatoslav I am currently taking an introduction to Czech course. I would be happy to upload some pages to help.
- Chmel otáčivý. I'm an American musicologist learning Czech for scholarly purposes. Oct. 9, 2011
Building Courses, Activities, Resources[edit source]
Do you suppose it would be more useful to build courses using a "top-down" approach, or to start creating activities and learning resources straight away, compiling them into structured courses later.
For my own part, I should think that the Wiki paradigm lends itself to the latter.
Thoughts? Spootonium 05:21, 29 January 2008 (UTC)
transcription project[edit source]
s:Index:A grammar of the Bohemian or Cech language.djvu is a Wikisource transcription project that could help people learn the language as they go. John Vandenberg (chat) 07:09, 15 October 2008 (UTC)