A2 Elementary Conversation and Grammar
Improve your spoken fluency and grammar
On this course, you will improve your spoken fluency and at the same time the accuracy of your grammar. You will also broaden your vocabulary so that you do not have to search for the right words. After the course, you will be able to discuss everyday topics that you found difficult to talk about previously.
The topics covered will include, amongst other things, daily routines, special occasions, hobbies, family and news stories.
We will study grammar such as the present simple and continuous, adverbs, adjectives and articles, but the main focus will be on conversation and speaking. Improving your grammar means that you will be able to communicate more precisely.
Some lessons will be based on role-plays, where you will work together in groups to solve a particular task. These fun lessons have been developed by the teachers to get you to talk together as much as possible.
There will not be any written exercises on the course, but you will write when you take notes or when you are completing grammar tasks.
Preparation time: 1-2 hours.
You do not need to buy a book for the course. All the material will be selected according to your and the other students' needs and is included in the price.
The Moodle learning platform
Moodle is Studieskolen's online course platform, which we use for all our courses. You will be given personal access to your course Moodle page, where you can:
- Find your course plan and teaching material
- Find homework
- Watch videos and click on links to useful English resources on the Internet uploaded by your teacher
- Find practical information about each lesson
- Communicate with your teacher and fellow students
If you are ill or absent during the course, you can always follow the teaching and catch up via Moodle.
Note! We expect that we can run the course as normal classroom instruction. However, we always follow the authorities' recommendations. Therefore, in August we will take stock of the situation and make any necessary adjustments to the courses. For example, in relation to how many students can sit in a room or whether or not we need to change a course to online teaching and the like.