Dutch

Dutch Advanced 2

INFORMATION

Course code

DA2

Dates

For the different dates see the sign up form on the bottom of this page.

Course prices

UT bachelor and master’s students:
€25 (registration fee), payable at registration.
Course materials are included.

Group size

Minimum 10 and maximum 15 participants

Trainer

Qualified teacher of English as a foreign Language

Course materials

Provided by the TCP Language Centre.
Nederlands in Actie, Boer de B, Kamp v.d. M, Lijmbach B., Coutinho 2012, 3e druk, ISBN 9789046902981

Recommended:
Pocketwoordenboek Nederlands als Tweede Taal (NT2), tweede oplage 2009, Van Dale Uitgevers, ISBN 978 90 6648 8564

FOR WHOM?

The course is intended for students who have completed Dutch Advanced I or a similar course and whose current level of Dutch is between A2 and B1.

RESULT

This advanced course will lead you to CEF-Level B1.

CONTENT

  • Dutch grammar and conventions
  • Speaking about current affairs
  • Conversation skills
  • Understanding TV programmes
  • Writing letters and essays
  • Reading media articles

Organization

Each lesson includes a variety of practical learning activities, both teacher directed and student initiated and consist of group, individual, and independent study. Extra attention is paid to practical conversation skills.

DURATION AND TIME INVESTMENT

Attendance at every lesson is essential. The course consists of eight lessons of two hours each, with one session per week. Homework is expected to take approximately two hours per lesson. The study load for this course is roughly equivalent to 1 ECTS.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

Admission takes place after an intake by the course coordinator or on the basis of certificates obtained from earlier language courses.

Further Information
TCP LanguageCentre
Support Office
053-489 2040
 tcp@utwente.nl

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  • February 2017
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  • April 2017
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