Germanic Languages | Beginning Norwegian I
K100 | 6168 | Haaland


*This section meets with GER-K501
11:15A-12:05P / MTRF
BH 330

K100 is a first semester language course that develops basic skills
is speaking, listening, reading, and writing Norwegian. The course
offers a thematic, communicative approach to language learning,
placing language within the context of a culture. Classroom time
focuses on communication, listening, and explanations of grammatical
concepts. Homework is designed to reinforce vocabulary, reading and
writing skills, aural comprehension (CD), and the understanding of
grammar. Thematic units covered in K100 include such components as
social introductions, classroom language, food, basic geography,
restaurants, weather and seasons, vacation and travel, and school
and education. The semester concludes with group projects. The grade
recorded at the end of the semester breaks down as follows.

homework assignments (20%)
essays (and final project 15%)
active class participation (20%
3 tests (25%)
final exams, written (comprehensive) and oral (20%).

Texts:

P Vei: tekstbok av  Ellingsen og Mac Donald
8202173299 / Cappelen, 1999

P Vei: arbeidsbok av  Ellingsen og Mac Donald
8202173302 / Cappelen, 1999
	English-Norwegian glossary for P Vei: Ellingsen og Mac
Donald
8202191831 / Cappelen, 1999 (?)
Norwegian Verbs & Essential Grammar:  Louis Janus
084428596X / McGraw-Hill / Conteporary Books, 1999
	Norwegian-English Dictionary:  Einar Haugen
0299038742 / University of Wisconsin Press, 1965