Dutch beginners A1
In this course you will develop basic communication skills in the language, learning how to greet people, exchange personal details, talk about yourself and your daily life, as well as interact in common everyday situations (shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.). You will also develop basic cultural awareness of the areas where the language is spoken.During this course, you will be working at level A1 of the Common European Framework.
Important information on online learning
All language classes are delivered online using Zoom and Moodle, the University’s virtual learning environment. Here is some information on how they are structured:
• Each session is two-hours long, divided into a 90-minute live Zoom session plus a 30-minute workshop/independent learning time. The sessions take place on the same day and time every week.
• The 90-minute live sessions concentrate mainly on developing speaking and listening skills.
• The 30-minute workshop/independent learning sessions can be used for individual and small group student support with the tutor or to complete additional guided learning via Moodle, our virtual learning environment, where you will find additional activities for you to practise what you have learnt in class and to extend your knowledge. Moodle resources will also be used to develop your reading and writing skills.
• Class numbers are limited to 16 per class for a better online experience. See technical requirements below to make the most of your time online:
Language classes will continue to be interactive and collaborative, with plenty of exposure to the language and many opportunities to practise and learn with your peers.
- Cost: £260
- Credits: 10