Bulgarian for Native Speakers – Second Grade

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Bulgarian for Native Speakers – Second Grade


The training of the Bulgarian language in second grade is directed toward mastery of sociocultural and language skills, a prerequisite for active communication in the Bulgarian language by students who study in a foreign language environment.


The curriculum aims to strengthen students’ skills in communicating in the Bulgarian language by:

  • Improvement of reading skills, along with appropriate pace and intonation, as well as reading comprehension and differentiation of relevant information;
  • Enriching and expanding the knowledge of basic language units in Bulgarian such as pronunciation, spelling, punctuation and grammar rules of the language;
  • Improvement of skills of acknowledging and understanding the messages of literary texts of different genre; independent reading of stories as well as factual texts, and skills of choosing reading material independently;
  • Improvement of communicative competence to create different types of communicative-purpose texts, such as retelling of a story or writing of an independent story.


Class times Subject
11:30 am. – 12:05 pm. Bulgarian Language
12:05 pm. – 12:15 pm. Break
12:15 pm. – 12:50 pm. Bulgarian Language
12:50 pm. – 1:10 pm. Lunch
1:10 pm. – 13:45 pm. Bulgarian Language
1:45 pm. – 1:55 pm. Break
1:55 pm. – 2:30 pm. Social Studies

Course Features

  • Lectures 28
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 140.5 hours
  • Skill level Successfully passing level entry test
  • Language Bulgarian
  • Students 10
  • Assessments Self
  • September

    • Lecture 1.1 Bulgarian language: “I Can Read” (review). Locked 0m
    • Lecture 1.2 Literature: “Where is Bulgaria” by Ivan Vazov; “Fatherland” by Lyuben Karavelov; “The Most Precious Fruit” – folk tale. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 1.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Recognizing Texts. Recognizing sentences in a text. Locked 0m
  • October

    • Lecture 2.1 Bulgarian language: Statement sentences, questioning sentences. Writing and using statement and questioning sentences. Recognizing syllables. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 2.2 Transferring syllables on new lines when hand-writing. Sounds and letters. Writing words containing “с” (s), “щ” (sht), “я” (ya), “ю” (u), “ьо” (yo), “йо” (yo). Locked 0m
    • Lecture 2.3 Literature: “Autumn” by Andrey Germanov; “We, the Sparrows” by Yordan Radichkov; “Gotovanko” by Ran Bosilek; “The High One and the Low One” by Georgi Mishev. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 2.4 Forming verbal communication skills: Telling stories – “Crow and Fox”. Paraphrase the story “Crow and Fox”. Correcting the written paraphrasing of the story. Composing a story about two little goats from a series of pictures and analogies – verbal activity. Locked 0m
  • November

    • Lecture 3.1 Bulgarian language: Differing vowels and consonants. Writing vowels correctly within words. Voiced and silent consonants. Writing correct voiced consonants at the end of a word. Writing correct voiced consonants before silent consonants. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 3.2 Literature: “Carnival” by Nikolay Kunchev; “The Ninth Brother” by Assen Raztsvetnikov; “Winter Landscape” by Valeri Petrov; “Snowman” by Hans Christian Andersen. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 3.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Creating a story about two little goats. Editing and correcting the story. Retelling a story without an end (by analogy). Creating a never ending story (by analogy). Locked 0m
  • December

    • Lecture 4.1 Bulgarian language: Writing correctly the words “in front”, “behind”, “below”, “above”, etc. “I can do it Alone” (evaluation). Nouns. Defining the gender of nouns. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 4.2 Literature: “Two Sisters” by Georgi Raychev; “Christmas Tree” by El. Bagryana; “Christmas” by Dora Gabé; “Christmas-Masquerade Song” by Y. Stupel. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 4.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Creating a story about Murgo. Greeting cards. Letters to Santa Claus. Locked 0m
  • January

    • Lecture 5.1 Bulgarian language: Determining the gender of nouns. Changing nouns depending on its singularity or plurality. Writing nouns correctly. Using nouns correctly. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 5.2 Literature: “Ruffians” by Emilian Stanev; “Child and Ladybug” by Dora Gabé; “Firefly” by Krustyo Stanishev. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 5.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Retelling a tale – “The Smart Wren”. Retelling a tale – “The Smart Elephant”. Correcting the retelling of each story. Locked 0m
  • February

    • Lecture 6.1 Bulgarian language: Naming What I Do. Verbs. Recognizing the verbs. Changing verbs based on its singular or plural state. Correctly writing verbs. Cohering nouns and verbs based on number. Using nouns and verbs. I can do it Alone (evaluation). Locked 0m
    • Lecture 6.2 Literature: “The Winter, the Spring, and the Child” by El. Bagryana; “Peacock and Swallow” by Stoyan Mihaylovski; “Horse and Donkey”; “Raven and Fox” by Aesop; “I and We” by D. Stefanov; “At the Puppet Theater” by Leda Mileva. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 6.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Retelling the story – “The Snail’s Decision” (verbal and written exercise). Correcting the retelling of the story. Locked 0m
  • March

    • Lecture 7.1 Bulgarian language: Adjectives. Changing adjectives based on gender. Changing adjectives based on number. Correctly writing adjectives. Cohering nouns and adjectives based on gender. Cohering nouns and adjectives based on number. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 7.2 Literature: “March Mourning” by Ivan Tzanev; “Hurry Granny Martha (March)” by Y. Stupel; “Mom is Returning” by V. Popov; “Chavdar Walking through a Forest” – a folk song. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 7.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Create a story about cat Meow (written exercise). “My March Bracelet (martenitza) for the Cat Meow” (oral activity). Retelling of the story about Ay-ay (written exercise). Editing and correcting the retold story (written exercise). Locked 0m
  • April

    • Lecture 8.1 Bulgarian language: Nouns, adjectives, and verbs. Correctly writing and using nouns, adjectives, and verbs. “I can do it Alone” (evaluation). Correctly writing statement and questioning sentences. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 8.2 Literature: “Easter Egg” by N. V. Rakitin; “On Palm Sunday” by El. Bagryana; “The Good and the Bad Words” by R. Kirov. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 8.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Coloring and describing an Easter egg. Creating a story about the adventures of an Easter egg (by analogy of the story “The Wheat Bread”) – written and oral exercise. Locked 0m
  • May

    • Lecture 9.1 Bulgarian language: Asking and answering – having a conversation. Name a person’s qualities. Naming feelings and emotions. “I know and I can” – sounds and letters. “I know and I can” – spelling and pronunciation. “I know and I can” – sentences and text. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 9.2 Literature: “Good for Good” by Ran Bosilek; “A Letter from a Dachshund” by St. Pencheva; “Who Created our Alphabet” by N. Dragova; “Native Speech” by Ran Bosilek. Locked 0m
    • Lecture 9.3 Forming verbal communication skills: Editing an independent story. Announcing something. Inviting someone. Locked 0m


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