Schema/Schedule
 

Ht -20/Fall '20

The teaching at The Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism will mainly be online during the autumn term 2020. We are, however, planning for some examinations and occasional teaching on campus.

Please note that the schedule is preliminary, that the second half of the term will be specified further in the schedule, and that our plans may be changed in accordance with the recommendations of The Public Health Agency of Sweden and current conditions. 

Ht -20 Schema NS0005 Grupp 1 (Yvonne Hedman). Wednesdays 18–21.

Starts in week 37. Seminars and examinations will be carried out online. 
 

Kursplan

Course syllabus NS0005 (229 Kb)  (in English)

Kursplan NS0005 (230 Kb) (in Swedish)



N.B.
This course may not be included in a degree at Stockholm University, either as a main field of study or as additional studies.

 

Litteratur

Litteratur/Literature NS0001–0006 (78 Kb)

 

Betygskriterier

Betygskriterier NS0005 (58 Kb)

 

Course objective

The course covers theoretical and practical studies in oral presentations. Exercises are designed to extend students proficiency in pronunciation, listening comprehension and grammar. Practical tasks will train students to perform in informative and argumentative discourse and to gain confidence in speaking in front of an audience.

Qualification requirements

For admission to the complementary course Swedish for International Students you have to be admitted and registered on at least 15 ECTS at Stockholm University. Please note that it is not possible to apply to this course if you are not a student at Stockholm University, or taking at least 15 ECTS at Stockholm University the semester you apply for. For this course it is required that you have either passed course 4 or have taken the placement test in order to enter course 5.

Course layout

Swedish language course 5 for international students consists of a limited number of tutorials in study groups of approxiamtely 20 to 30 students. Regular homework, assignments and self study is compulsory. Classes are scheduled one afternoon or evening per week. Active participation and a passing grade on the final examination is prerequisite for receiving credit points, as well as for admission to a higher level.

Examination is a final exam which will be held when the whole course is completed. Points will not be given, you will receive a G which is short for godkänd (pass).