NORINT0105 - Norwegian language for International Students, introductory
In this course, the four language skills are practised: pronunciation/speaking, writing, listening, and reading Norwegian. The course offers a basic introduction to Norwegian phonetics and grammar, such as word order, declination of nouns and conjugation of verbs, use of pronouns and expressions of time. Topics and vocabulary will relate to being a foreign student at a Norwegian university, introducing oneself, greetings, family, food and drink, and invitations.
This is a proficiency course with a final exam.
På emnet øves de fire språkferdighetene: å uttale/snakke, skrive, lytte og lese norsk. Emnet gir en første innføring i norsk fonetikk og grammatikk, som ordstilling, substantiv- og verbbøying, bruk av pronomen og tidsuttrykk. Tema og vokabular vil knytte seg til det å være utenlandsk student i et norsk universitetsmiljø, presentasjon, hilsing, familie, mat og drikke, invitasjon.
Dette er et ferdighetsemne med avsluttende eksamen.
Students should be able to understand basic oral presentations on the topics mentioned above.They should be able to talk and write about these topics using a basic vocabulary in an elementary manner. Their pronunciation should not hinder comprehension.
Studentene skal kunne oppfatte enkel muntlig framstilling om temaer nevnt ovenfor. De skal kunne snakke og skrive om disse temaene med et enkelt vokabular og en enkel framstillingsmåte. Uttalen skal ikke hindre forståelse.
The examination in this course is not available for external candidates. Only students admitted to the course may sit for the examination.
Formal prerequisite knowledge
Higher education entrance qualification for University studies in Norway, except for the Norwegian language requirements.
Overlapping courses5 credits overlap with NORINT0114 - Norwegian for International Students, 60 hour Introductory Course and 5 credits overlap with NORINT0110 - Norwegian for International Students, Level 1.
Class room teaching for 6 weeks. The course starts twice every semester. Note that you must have been present at least 80% of the classes to be allowed to sit for the exam.
Undervisningen går over 6 uker. Emnet går to ganger hvert semester. MRK! Studentene må ha vært tilstede mer enn 80% av undervisningen for å få ta eksamen i emnet.
Access to teaching
A student who has completed compulsory instruction and coursework and has had these approved, is not entitled to repeat that instruction and coursework. A student who has been admitted to a course, but who has not completed compulsory instruction and coursework or had these approved, is entitled to repeat that instruction and coursework, depending on available capacity.
Emnet er lukket, studentene må søke opptak i Studentweb
Examination support material
No examination support material is allowed.
Language of examination
Grades are awarded on a scale from A to F, where A is the best grade and F is a fail. Read more about the grading system.
Explanations and appeals
You may request an explanation of your grades, and you may also appeal against your grades or make a complaint about formal examination errors. Read more about explanations and appeals.
Resit an examination
You can usually resit an exam, but the conditions depend on whether you had a valid reason for absence from the regular exam. Read more about resitting an exam.
Withdrawal from an examination
A student may sit this exam up to 3 times. If a student wishes to withdraw from the exam, s/he must do so in StudentWeb at least two weeks prior to the first day of the exam. Failure to do so will be counted as one of the three opportunities to sit the exam.
Special examination arrangements
If you have a disability or a health problem that entails significant inconvenience in an examination situation, you may be considered for special examination arrangements. Mothers who are breastfeeding may apply for extra time to complete the exam.
No more than 25 students per class.