More Swedish stage 1 ADED11485

  • Academic Session: 2019-20
  • School: Short Courses
  • Credits: 0
  • Level: Level 1 (SCQF level 7)
  • Typically Offered: Summer
  • Available to Visiting Students: No
  • Available to Erasmus Students: No

Short Description

Aimed at those who have completed Swedish Stage 1 or equivalent and want to continue to consolidate and practise what they have learned.

Timetable

Weekly two-hour classes for 5 weeks

 

Block 3: Thursday 7.30 - 9.30

Requirements of Entry

Students should have normally successfully completed Swedish Stage 1, or equivalent.

Excluded Courses

None

Co-requisites

None

Assessment

None

Are reassessment opportunities available for all summative assessments? No

Reassessments are normally available for all courses, except those which contribute to the Honours classification. For non-Honours courses, students are offered reassessment in all or any of the components of assessment if the satisfactory (threshold) grade for the overall course is not achieved at the first attempt. This is normally grade D3 for undergraduate students and grade C3 for postgraduate students. Exceptionally it may not be possible to offer reassessment of some coursework items, in which case the mark achieved at the first attempt will be counted towards the final course grade. Any such exceptions for this course are described below. 

Course Aims

■ To enable students to achieve a basic level of communicative competency and linguistic accuracy in the skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening to Swedish.

■ To develop students' knowledge and understanding of the structure of the Swedish language.

■ To enable them to apply this knowledge practically, in speaking activities with other students, simultaneously developing their communication skills and encouraging autonomous learning.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Course

By the end of this course, (in Swedish) students will be able to:

- Provide basic information about themselves and others, in conversation with others (saying who they are, where they are from, what they do in their free time and so on).
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Write a letter (roughly 100 words) to a Swedish person they met on holiday in the summer
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Describe people's daily routines, in conversation with others: what they drink, work at, like and don't like doing.

- Write a dialogue (100-150 words) overheard in a cafĂ© between two people talking about what they are going to do next week.

Minimum Requirement for Award of Credits

N/A