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New free Polish language courses for Ukrainian schoolchildren from Language Supp Ukraina: how to apply

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New free Polish language courses for Ukrainian schoolchildren from Language Supp Ukraina: how to apply

Ukrainian schoolchildren in Poland can learn Polish for free on the Language Supp Ukraina platform. Learn more about how to apply for study and features of free courses

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Registration for updated free Polish language courses for Ukrainian schoolchildren starts in Poland. The Language Supp Ukraina program, which has been conducting free online Polish language lessons for students from Ukraine since the beginning of the war, once again invites everyone to attend free online lessons.


Features of free Polish language courses from Language Supp Ukraina


The updated project for schoolchildren is designed for refugee children who have come to Poland since the beginning of the war and have been studying in Polish schools since September.


The main goal of the program is to help young Ukrainians overcome the language barrier and help them effectively enter the Polish education system.

As part of helping Ukrainian students, the organizers planned to hold 100,000 language classes for schoolchildren from Ukraine.


Training is conducted by Ukrainian and Polish teachers. Also, everyone who can become a teacher of Polish for Ukrainian children is invited to join the project.


The courses will last until April 2023.


How to sign up for a free Polish language course from Language Supp Ukraina?


The free Polish language course from Language Supp Ukraina is addressed to children and young people from Ukraine of school age from 6 to 18 years old.


In order to sign up for free Polish language lessons, a potential participant needs to follow a few simple steps:


1. Create an account on the LanguageSupp.org platform.

2. Pass the test. Its purpose is to determine the level of language proficiency of the candidate.

3. Depending on the result, the student will be enrolled in the appropriate course (A1, A2 or B1).


After registering in a certain group, the student will be able to join classes. Training takes place online on the platform.


What do you need to have for training?


The student will need a computer, laptop or any gadget with Internet access.


Classes take place in small groups of up to six people twice a week. Each class lasts an hour and a half.


12 weeks are allotted for studying the level. At the end of each course, students are tested.

If the course is mastered at a sufficient level, the child can move to a higher level and continue the educational program.

We will remind you! The KidsHelpTalk project offers free English, Polish, German, French, Spanish and Italian language lessons to Ukrainian teenagers who had to leave their homes due to the outbreak of full-scale war in Ukraine. Details at the link.




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