There are no classes on the following dates in 2018:
25th of December (First Christmas Day)
26th of December (Boxing Day)
Attending courses every day from Monday to Thursday allows students to gradually build up a greater knowledge of the Norwegian language by working regularly with various texts, using new vocabulary in everyday life, and by working with grammatical structures, all with guidance from a professional and qualified teacher.
The purpose of learning Norwegian every day is to give students the opportunity to practice the Norwegian language and feel secure when they use the language outside the school.
Classes are held in Norwegian from the beginning, and therefore no English language skills are required. In this way, you are forced to use the language from day one and you will see a faster progression.
The course offered studies at level A1 based on language levels as described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Intensive course level A1PLUS The course covers chapter 1 until 9 from the book «På Vei».
Intensive course level A2 PLUS The course covers chapter 10 until 16 from the book «På Vei».
Intensive course level B1 PLUS Part 1 The course covers chapter 1 until 7 from the book «Stein på Stein».
Intensive course level B1 PLUS Part 2 The course covers chapter 8 until 14 from the book «Stein på Stein».
Intensive course level B2 PLUS Part 1 The course covers chapter 1 until 6 from the book «Her på Berget».
Intensive course level B2 PLUS Part 2 The course covers chapter 7 until 13 from the book «Her på Berget».
The sessions are held daily from Monday to Thursday. The intensive course consists of 100 teaching hours, divided into 20 sessions. Each session consists of 5 hours and the course goes on for about 5 weeks per level. Each lesson hour is 45 minutes.
|2 hours of 45 min||09:00 - 10:30|
|10:35 - 11:20|
|2 hours of 45 min||11:40 - 13:10|
During the regular sessions, students will focus on studying texts, vocabulary and grammar. They will be gradually introduced to new topics and grammatical rules. Students have one hour of practical Norwegian every day, focusing on one aspect of the learning process. Practical Norwegian lessons vary from day to day from conversation, self study, project work, and language lab. Conversation sessions focus on pronunciation, and the teacher is present to correct and guide students through conversations. For self study, students are split up into small groups to work independently with various tasks such as grammar, texts, etc. Project work focuses on working on various projects in small groups, in order to improve everyday Norwegian. Language lab lets students work individually in the school's language lab in order to improve their listening skills.
NOK 9 760,- per course level.