The Routledge Intermediate Polish Reader is designed for intermediate students of Polish and includes a wide range of graded texts.
The readings are taken from an assortment of contemporary Polish writing, including extracts from modern literature and articles from magazines and newspapers. The texts have been specifically selected to ensure that students receive maximum exposure to topics relevant to Polish language, history, culture and society, making this Reader an engaging and stimulating resource with a meaningful cultural context.
Each reading is fully supported by:
- a general introduction
- text-related comprehension questions and extensive vocabulary exercises
- explanations of any difficult grammar structures encountered in the text
- a comprehensive glossary at the back of the book
- detailed cultural-historical notes
- answer key
- grammar supplement
Suitable for both class use and independent study, The Routledge Intermediate Polish Reader is an essential tool for vocabulary learning and increasing reading proficiency.
About the Author
Aniela Grundy was formerly Head of the East European language centre at University College London, UK. She is a contributor to a number of online Polish-language teaching projects developed under the EU Leonardo da Vinci programme, such as Culpolang andCommpact. She is also a co-author of a UCL website A journey through onine language learning, a resource enabling language teachers to explore the possibilities of on-line learning, and to understand how the vast range of ‘new’ media can fit and benefit their specific teaching goals.
Oscar E. Swan is a Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh, USA. He is the author of numerous articles and textbooks on Russian and Polish linguistics and pedagogy, and on Polish culture and cultural history—most recently A Kaleidoscope of Polish History and Culture.