Icelandic Online PLUS
An 8-week course open to all those interested in Icelandic language and culture. This course would be especially relevant to any students considering higher study in Norse and Icelandic culture.
Icelandic Online PLUS is a distance learning course with special focus on oral and written comprehension, grammar and written production. Students receive individual feedback from tutor on written exercises and instructions regarding grammar and vocabulary. This is a non-simultaneous, self-access on-line course which means you can study whenever and wherever you like, as long as you have an Internet connection. It’s based on the open and free course Icelandic Online<http://www.icelandic.hi.is/> so you will get a good idea of what it looks like if you log in for the free course. However there are additional assignments and individual feedback in the PLUS course which do not appear in the free course.
Icelandic Online PLUS I: September 1st – October 24th 2014 (8 weeks) :
A beginner level course (A1) focusing on grammar, vocabulary, listening comprehension and reading.
Icelandic Online PLUS II: September 1st – October 24th 2014 (8 weeks) :
An intermediate course (A2) focusing on grammar, vocabulary, listening comprehension and reading. Open to all those who have completed Icelandic Online PLUS I or have basic skills in Icelandic language.
Both courses will run again October 27th – December 19th 2014.
Registration is open till August 27th 2014
Price: 40.000 ISK (approx. 350$ or 255€. Please note that the course fee will be charged in ISK and the announced prices in US$ and € might vary due to rate changes. For further information on currency please contact your bank. You can also refer to the Central Bank of Iceland <http://www.sedlabanki.is/?pageid=194>)
Registration and further information on Icelandic Online: http://icelandiconline.is/ (You need to create an account)
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