25th of February
17:00 - 19:15
Au-pair course A1
18th of February
11:15 - 13:40
Monday - Thursday
18th of February
13:15 - 15:40
19th of February
10:30 - 12:55
The course includes individual and group work, discussions, listening exercises, and homework. The course focuses on Chapters 1 to 5 of the book "Stein på Stein".Participants of this course will start level B1 based of the language levels as described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Sessions are taught in Norwegian from day 1, so no English knowledge is required. This means that using the language is a must from day 1, which leads to a faster progression.
After completing the course, participants will be able to vary sentence structure by using phrases of time and reason. They will be aware of how to use adjectives in the correct way to describe and compare actions and things. They will feel more comfortable having conversations due to their developing vocabulary, and will be able to express their opinions about such topics as education, family life, and personal economy.
Sessions are held twice a week on mondays and wednesdays, tuesdays and thursdays, or fridays and saturdays. Each session consists of 3 lesson hours for a total of 36 lesson hours. The course is about six weeks long with a total of 12 lessons. Each lesson hour is 45 minutes.
Use of textbooks and other teaching aids on the course are mandatory. Books are not included in the price and can be purchased at school or at most bookstores. Materials other than the text and work books will be used, but these will be provided by the teacher. Participants will be given homework based on the text and workbook that will be used on the course.
Stein på Stein textbook and workbook
Stein på Stein word book
At the end of the course, if you completed 80% or more of the sessions and paid the course fee, you will receive an official digital course certificate.
NOK 4 760,-
Alfa TIP: If you want to continue your Norwegian adventure, sign up for Norwegian B1-2 to learn more advanced grammar.