Anna Dorabialska

Annadorabialska
My experience: I finished Post-Graduate Studies of Teaching Polish as a foreign language. I've been teaching Polish for a few years, first of all in Poland, but I've tutored individual classes in Spain. I specialize in teaching business and legal language.
My hobby: chasing after rainbows, reading, travelling, sports.
Who or what I'd like to be if I weren't who I am:
a spoiled black cat.
My favourite words: Dżdżownica.
Sounds I hate: whisper.

 

 

Iza Jach

Izajach
My experience: I've been teaching foreigners (both adults and children) since 2007. At FROG since 2009. I'm a graduate of the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw.
Main character trait: talkativeness.
My greatest flaw: I often lose track of time, forget that a day is just 24 hours long and do too many things at once.
My favourite word: Smile, act, :)

 

 

Anna Karasek-Gruszecka

Annadorabialska
My experience: I've been teaching students since 2009. I graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw. I finished glottodidactics at the Centre of Polish Language and Culture for foreigners ”Polonicum".
Main character trait: perseverance.
My hobby: playing board games and puns.
Who or what I'd like to be if I weren't who I am: a football referee or a sports commentator.
My favourite words: kaprys - jego brzmienie i znaczenie.

 

 

Małgorzata Kulas

Annadorabialska
My experience: I've been teaching Polish as a foreign language for almost 15 years - at FROG since 2011. I graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Catholic University of Lublin.
Main character trait: Patience.
Most overused words: Dopełniacz, Miejscownik, proszę powtórzyć.
Favourite pastime: Reading while eating.
My favourite literary characters: Frodo Baggins.
What I value most in a friend: honesty.
My deadly fear: spiders.

 

 

Justyna Malec-Łaksa

Annadorabialska
My experience: I graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow at glottodidactics specialization. I’ve cooperated with different language schools, institutions in Warsaw since 2014.
My hobby: teaching, travelling, reading.
What gives me energy: my students’ success, the perspective of a new journey .
Main character trait: open-minded, curious about the world and people.
Who or what I'd like to be if I weren't who I am: writer or a traveller.

 

 

Ewa Maślankiewicz-Pagacz

Ewamaslankiewicz
My experience: I graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Opole University and glottodidactics studies at the Wroclaw University. I’ve been teaching Polish as foreign for a few years. I love my job!
My hobby: cooking, reading and travelling
Main character trait: patience
My favorite Polish words: źdźbło i szczypiorek

 

 

Joanna Prędota

Joannapredota
My experience: I've been cooperating with FROG since July 2009. I graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw and majored in glottodidactics of Polish language. I also cooperate with the Centre of Polish Language and Culture for Foreigners and the Centre for East European Studies at the University of Warsaw. I'm writing my PhD dissertation on the methodology of teaching Polish as a foreign language.
My favourite pastime: working, exercising, chatting, reading, housework (not necessarily in this order).
Errors I'm most likely to forgive: My students - almost everything except laziness; others - also everything except linguistic errors and stupidity.

 

 

Karolina Rosińska

Karolinarosinska
My experience: I've been teaching Polish as a foreign language since 2011. I graduated from the Cultural Studies at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the University of Warsaw I did a postgraduate course in glottodidactics.
Main character trait: curiosity - about the world and people.
My favourite pastime: What can a teacher of Polish possibly like doing? Reading is my favourite pastime, anytime and anywhere, but preferably in the bathtub.
Favourite literary characters: the grim Heathcliff.
What I value most in a friend: honesty and loyalty.
My deadly fear: I'm not afraid of anything ;)

 

 

Monika Siembida

Annadorabialska
My experience: I graduated from the Polish Philology at the Faculty of Polish studies of the Jagiellonian University (spec. teaching Polish as a foreign language and second). During the study has also explored Polish literature. Since 2012 I have been teaching Polish as a foreign language. I work with groups of Slavic and international students at different levels.I lead the project of the Cinema Club. I am the author and co-initiator of the page with free materials to study Polish as a foreign language: www.studypolish.pl.
Main character trait: open-mindedness.
My hobby: sleeping, eating, reading, watching movies, teaching, travelling (in random order). .
My favorite literary characters: Zgredek and Bilbo Baggins.
Who or what I'd like to be if I weren't who I am: a traveller.

 

 

Ewa Woźniczka-Wawryków

Ewawoznicka
My experience: I've been teaching Polish for three years - at FROG since 2013. Teaching is my job and passion. I studied teaching Polish as a foreign language at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. I strive to banish boredom from the classroom, I'm set on maintaining a positive attitude among students. I like showing that Polish may not be the easiest of languages but it is possible to learn it.
Dream job: tram driver.
Favourite word: szczypta (a pinch).
What gives me energy: coffee.

 

 

Karolina Grzybowska

Karolina Grzybowska
My experience: I graduated from the Polish Philology at the Faculty of Polish studies at the University of Warsaw with a degree in Polish Philology with a specialization in glottodactics. I gained experience with other schools and companies.
What gives me a blissful mood: a good lesson, the sound of the stream, birds chirping
My hobby: view pictures of holiday, jewelry design, organisation of surprises
Main character trait: curiosity of the world and people, creativity
Who or what I'd like to be if I weren't who I am: a traveler

 

 

Olga Jaroń

Olga Jaroń
My experience: I graduated from the Polish Philology at the Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw , with specialization in linguistic communication and glottodidactics. I have been teaching foreigners for about 3 years. Time flies fast when work is pure pleasure with interesting people.
My hobby: Sports, cooking, reading, sightseeing
Without which I can not live: Without coffee, friends, Internet Favorite word: be happy
What I'm most pleased with: At work, always a great happiness brings me understanding of the Polish language by my students and the smile on their faces.
The profession I would like to perform: pastry chef

 

 

Agnieszka Sarafin-Giunta

Agnieszka Sarafin-Giunta
My experience: I graduated from the Department of Polish Studies at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. During my education at the Department I graduated in three specializations: Teaching, Editing and Publishing and Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language. As a lecturer of the Polish language I teach both general language, and language for special purposes (medical language). I also conduct workshops for foreigners in terms of the Polish language culture and Polish editorial rules.In my free time I am into Polish-Italian translations.
My hobbies: Travelling and meeting people with different perspectives, backgrounds and life experiences, discovering their culture, and the variation of languages.
What motivates me to act? Good Italian coffee and the feeling of proud of my successful students.
Main character trait: spontaneity, openness, and the ability to listen to other people.
Who or what I would like to be if I were`t who I am: a doctor.