Course Descriptions

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Icelandic Courses

Icelandic – Level I:

Basic vocabulary of daily language, sound or phonetic systems and letters, basic grammar. Basic and frequent nouns, adjectives and regular verbs and adverbs are trained. A thorough basic use of the Inter-Lingual Learning Technique is introduced and its used is trained and a work method in learning Icelandic is built up in order to make the students more independent and more capable of making use of the course and make the students partly able to study and learn themselves and build up a good work tool and a good effective base is built up to prepare for further studies.

Icelandic – Level II:

Keeps on building up and widening vocabulary and treating more conversational vocabulary and adds some more grammar structures like more on irregular verbs and prepositions.

Icelandic – Level III:

Keeps on widening vocabulary and developing the making of sentences and training more advanced grammar structures and more irregular verbs are added and the use of prepositions.

Icelandic – Level IV:

More and wider vocabulary is built up by working with more text material and some more advanced uses of conversational and written language are practiced and students bring up their own problems and experiences with the language.

Icelandic – Level V:

Some more advanced uses of conversational and written language are practiced and students bring up their own problems and experiences with the language. More weight on spoken language

About the Icelandic Courses:

The basic language of teaching is English, but teacher speaks also and has good knowledge in Scandinavian languages and German. Teacher also has knowledge of basic grammar and some basic vocabulary of Latin/Roman languages. Some comparative methods are used and similarities between the languages shown and explained Cores are 60 lesson per 40 minutes or 40 hours.

English Courses

More advanced courses for students who have some problem with English in school or who

want more practise in spoken language and some alternative ways of learning and

practising the language

 

 

English for Absolute Beginners/Seniors- Level I:

The basics of the English language.  The course is intended for people with little or no familiarity with the English language.

English for Absolute Beginners/Seniors – Level II:

Forthgoing studies and practises in writing and speaking exercises in the basics of the English language.

 

General English Courses

English –  Level I: Systematic basic vocabulary and phonetics

This course is aimed as a preparation for those intending to work in Iceland or elsewhrre.  The basics of the English language are studied through course work, discussion practices and written exercises, regular verbs.

Englsh –  Level II:  More advanced basic vocabulary, grammar, phonetics, the making of sentences, regular and irregualr verbs..

This course is aimed as a preparation for those intending to work in Iceland but do not yet want to start with studies in Icelandic.

The more advanced basics of the Icelandic language are studied through course work and discussion practices and written and spoken exercises.

English –  Level III

This course is aimed as a preparation for those intending to work in Iceland but do not yet want to start studies in Icelandic.

Vocabulary and texts is based on that and can for example be material from different work areas like hotel services or tourism industry.

 

 

Science Courses

Private tutoring and smaller courses are offered all year by the school in Math and Basic Statistics with experienced and qualified teachers.

 

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