Danish Second Language


Danish Second Language

 

Curriculum Overview

At ISIB we offer Danish as a Second Language lessons to pupils who do not speak Danish at Mother Tongue Level. We follow the guidelines set out in the Ministry of Education’s “Fælles Mål” for Danish as a Second Language.

The aim of the programme is to build up Danish speaking and listening skills. Pupils enter the programme at many different ages and levels. After an initial assessment they will join the programme at their Danish speaking and listening level.

Topics to be studied

Danish as a Second Language is mainly built up around topics. This is the basis for developing the knowledge and use of Danish vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation. Topics include:

  • Presentation
  • Family
  • Telling the time
  • Daily life and weekend
  • Questions and answers
  • Food and shopping
  • Travels
  • Health and lifestyle
  • Education
  • Home and local area
  • Work
  • Accommodation
  • Geography, weather and Denmark
  • Danish celebrations

Assessment

  • Complete beginner
  • Beginner
  • Pre-Intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Upper Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Native speaker

Further Information

For more information regarding this course please speak to Mrs Bøgh, Miss Nielsen, Miss Nadesalingam or Mrs Le Strange or visit:

http://www.emu.dk/modul/dansk-som-andetsprog-supplering-f%C3%A6lles-m%C3%A5l-l%C3%A6seplan-og-vejledning