InformasjonPå Norskkurs grunnivå nybegynner trener du på å beherske språket skriftlig og muntlig i enkle språksituasjoner. Kurset dekker hele nivå A1 på Europarådets nivåskala.
Mål for kursetYou will acquire basic language skills in Norwegian:
* To understand and use familiar and everyday expressions for concrete and basic practical situations.
* To present yourself and others, answer and pose questions on familiar topics such as where you live, people you know and things you own.
* Interact in simple conversations where the context is clear, and provided the other person is prepared to speak clearly and slowly.
Målgruppe for kursetPolish speakers with very little or no knowledge of Norwegian. Polstalende deltakere med svake eller ingen norskunnskaper.
ForkunnskapPrerequisites : You must be familiar with the Latin alphabet
EksamenFølgende eksamener i norsk kan avlegges hos Norsk språktest:
Norskprøve 2 (nivå A2), Norskprøve 3 (nivå B1) og Test i norsk høyere nivå (Bergenstesten, nivå B2/C1).
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Du mottar kursbevis ved minimum 75 % oppmøte på kurset dersom kursavgiften er betalt.
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The instruction is based on a good, communicative book and workbook to insure a systematic and well-structured learning progression. Participants should have a dictionary translating from their own native language into Norwegian (and vice versa) whenever possible. It is recommended that each participant obtain the audio material used in the course (CD or audio cassette) in order to be able to practise at home. This audio material will also be used in class.
Teaching will be engaging and communicative. Students will be challenged in class to actively use the target language in practical, everyday situations. Passive activities, such as reading, writing and memorising, will be carried out at home. Learning a new language requires ample opportunity to use it. Therefore, class sessions will emphasise the importance of repeating newly introduced language structures and oral practise between the students.
Contents: A good introduction to pronunciation and the alphabet (spelling names, for example). Numbers and clock. Dates and prices.
Functions: Greetings, introductions, speaking a little about oneself, asking someone about their name, nationality, etc. Talk about one's family and friends. Talk about the weather. Telephoning for information, order something. Fill in a form.
Vocabulary: approx. 250 basic words to be used in the functions mentioned above.
Grammar: Basic grammatical structures to be used in the functions mentioned above.