Danish

Level courses

Lecture number
042004h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/07/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Thu. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Weekly 15.09.2022 - 12.01.2023 TRO 103

Description

Language of instruction: German

The course Danish A1.1 is suitable for students without previous knowledge. The main objective is to provide students with a basic knowledge of the Danish language.

Based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; addresses and numbers), basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary will be taught.

In the development of word fields, the following topics are mainly dealt with: Presentation of the person and making people known (name, nationality, profession or course of study, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests.

The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possessive endings, interrogative particles, interrogative words and nominal clauses.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. Homework is also required in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 30 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 6 class hours (20%). The final grade is made up of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7 

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042005h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Mon. 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Weekly 12.09.2022 - 09.01.2023 Hybrid

Description

Language of instruction: German

The course Danish A1.1 is suitable for students without previous knowledge. The main objective is to provide students with a basic knowledge of the Danish language.

Based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; addresses and numbers), basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary will be taught.

In the development of word fields, the following topics are mainly dealt with: Presentation of the person and making people known (name, nationality, profession or course of study, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests.

The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possessive endings, interrogative particles, interrogative words and nominal clauses.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. Homework is also required in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 30 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 6 class hours (20%). The final grade is made up of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Teaching format:
The course takes place in a hybrid format. Before the start date, the teacher sends the course participants detailed information about the 1st session. Further face-to-face and online sessions will be scheduled in consultation with the students. 

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7 

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042006h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Mon. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Weekly 12.09.2022 - 09.01.2023 HYBRID

Description

Language of instruction: German

The course Danish A1.1 is suitable for students without previous knowledge. The main objective is to provide students with a basic knowledge of the Danish language.

Based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; addresses and numbers), basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary will be taught.

In the development of word fields, the following topics are mainly dealt with: Presentation of the person and making people known (name, nationality, profession or course of study, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests.

The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possessive endings, interrogative particles, interrogative words and nominal clauses.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. Homework is also required in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 30 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 6 class hours (20%). The final grade is made up of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Teaching format:
The course takes place in a hybrid format. Before the start date, the teacher sends the course participants detailed information about the 1st session. Further face-to-face and online sessions will be scheduled in consultation with the students. 

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7 

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042007h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Thu. 2 - 6 p.m. Weekly 15.09.2022 - 12.01.2023 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 024

Description

Language of instruction: German

The course Danish A1 is suitable for participants without previous knowledge.

The main objective is to provide a basic knowledge of the Danish language.


Based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; addresses and numbers), basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary will be taught.

In the development of word fields, the following topics are mainly dealt with: Presentation of the person and making people known (name, nationality, profession or course of study, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests.

The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possessive endings, interrogative particles, interrogative words and nominal clauses.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. Homework is also required in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 60 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 12 class hours (20%). The final grade is made up of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7 

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042008h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Wed. 4 - 8 p.m. Weekly 14.09.2022 - 11.01.2023 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 064

Description

Language of instruction: German

The course Danish A1 is suitable for participants without previous knowledge.

The main objective is to provide a basic knowledge of the Danish language.


Based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; addresses and numbers), basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary will be taught.

In the development of word fields, the following topics are mainly dealt with: Presentation of the person and making people known (name, nationality, profession or course of study, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests.

The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possessive endings, interrogative particles, interrogative words and nominal clauses.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. Homework is also required in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 60 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 12 class hours (20%). The final grade is made up of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7 

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042009h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Thu. 6 - 8 p.m. Weekly 15.09.2022 - 12.01.2023 MAD 099

Description

Language of instruction: German

The Danish A1.2 course is suitable for participants with some previous knowledge.

Using everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; food and drink, travel, addresses and numbers), the basic knowledge from the Danish A1.1 course is consolidated and further developed.

The course takes place once a week.

The language course is designed so that participants complete the second sub-level (A1.2) according to the European Framework of Reference in one semester. In the following semester, the course Danish A2.1 can be taken.

The course book covers chapters 6 to 10.

A language course thrives on people meeting each other. It is therefore especially important that you participate actively on a regular basis and prepare well. We would like to point out that in an online course, the emphasis during the attendance time is on class discussion, while listening and reading tasks are more self-study. One advantage of online instruction is that you can receive extensive feedback on written performance.

Classes take place in the form of meetings via Webex. The course is administered via Moodle. There you will also find presentations and additional materials. The teacher will enroll you in the Moodle course. You will receive the invitation to Webex by mail by the first day of class.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7 

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042011h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Mon. 4 - 6 p.m. Weekly 12.09.2022 - 09.01.2023 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225

Description

Language of instruction: German and Danish

The Danish A2.1 course is suitable for students with basic knowledge of Danish.

It builds on the Danish A1.2 course and uses everyday conversation topics and situations such as directions, camping and vacations, the school and education system in Denmark, descriptions of people, etc. to further consolidate and develop previous Danish knowledge.

Grammar will focus on the perfect, preterite, past perfect, indirect speech, various pronouns and adjectives.

The course takes place once a week. The language course is designed so that participants complete the second sub-level (A2.1) according to the European Framework of Reference in one semester. In the following semester, the course Danish A2.2 can be taken. The course book covers chapters 11 to 15.

Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. This also requires the completion of homework in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 30 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 6 class hours (20%). The final grade is composed of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042012h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Wed. 6 - 8 p.m. Weekly 14.09.2022 - 11.01.2023 Trondheim 1 - TRO 102

Description

Language of instruction: German and Danish

The Danish A2.2 course is suitable for students with advanced knowledge of Danish.

It builds on the Danish A2.1 course and uses everyday conversation topics and situations, such as complaints, job interviews, professions, housing, etc., to further consolidate and expand previous Danish knowledge.

Grammar will focus on the passive voice, conjunctions and the subjunctive.

The course takes place once a week and is designed so that participants complete the second sub-level (A2.2) according to the European Framework of Reference in one semester. The course book covers chapters 16 to 20.

Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. This also requires the completion of homework in order to further practice and consolidate what has been learned.

The course consists of 30 attendance hours. Attendance is compulsory. If you want to have a certificate of achievement, you must not miss more than 6 class hours (20%). The final grade is composed of 30% class participation and 70% final exam.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs; Dansk for dig neu (A1-A2). Exercise book + mp3s as download

ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition); 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.
Lecture number
042013h
Semester
Autumn semester 2022
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
09/15/22
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Frequency Duration Room
Wed. 4 - 6 p.m. Weekly 14.09.2022 - 11.01.2023 WEBEX

Description

Language of instruction: Danish and German

The Danish B1.1 course is suitable for students with a solid basic knowledge of Danish who have successfully completed the A2.2 course and want to acquire a good oral and written knowledge of the Danish language.

The aim of this course is to acquire an advanced basic knowledge of the Danish language based on everyday conversation topics and situations.

Overarching themes deal with nature, culture and society. You will learn to express your opinions and converse about topics of personal interest to you.

The course is designed so that you can complete the first sub-level B1.1 in one semester and then enroll in courses at level B1.2.

A language course thrives on people meeting each other. It is therefore especially important that you participate actively on a regular basis and prepare well. We would like to point out that in an online course, the emphasis during the attendance time is on class discussion, while listening and reading tasks are more self-study. One advantage of online instruction is that you can receive extensive feedback on written performance.

Classes take place in the form of meetings via Webex. The course is administered via Moodle. There you will also find presentations and additional materials. The teacher will enroll you in the Moodle course. You will receive the invitation to Webex by mail by the first day of class.

Literature

Please have the following textbooks available when the course starts:

SÅ KAN DU LÆRE DET (A2-B1) Danish for advanced learners Grundbog + Audios online

ISBN: 978-3-12-528773-0

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

Placement Test

placement test is required for enrollment at level A1.2 and above if you have not yet taken and successfully completed any courses with us.