- Level of Instruction
- For students who have completed Levels 1 and 2 of Vesterheim Folk Art School's language program. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Join us for Vesterheim’s Level 3 course in the Norwegian language! We will cover chapters 10-12 of the Sett i gang textbook and will study additional vocabulary, gain a deeper understanding of grammar, and enjoy small group conversations in one-hour weekly Zoom meetings. This course is open to students who have completed Vesterheim’s Level 2 class (Continuing Beginning Norwegian).
The weekly class meetings will happen on Zoom for an active, conversation-based hour. If you like, you’ll get activities to extend your learning between class meetings. One enrollment gets you signed up for all eight Zoom sessions on Tuesdays, November 30 through January 25. (There will not be class on Tuesday, December 28.) Don't hesitate to contact Andrew Ellingsen, Folk Art Coordinator, with any questions you may have (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For this class you will need to purchase your own textbook: Sett i gang Vol. 1 by Nancy Aarsvold, Kari Lie Dorer, ISBN: 9781530276004
Additional Supplies: A computer, laptop, or tablet with a camera and mic as well as a fast, reliable internet connection.
Special Instructions: When registering for the class, please make sure to use the email address you'd like the Zoom meeting invitations sent to. You will receive links to the Zoom sessions by email sometime during the week prior to the class. If this class is a gift, please sign up with the recipient's email address or be prepared to forward all communications.
Enrollment deadline: November 15, 2021
Registration for this class has closed.
About the Instructor
Dr. Maren Johnson
Dr. Maren Anderson Johnson is assistant professor of Nordic Studies and Director of the Richard L. and Judith A. Torgerson Center for Nordic Studies at Luther College. She teaches courses in Norwegian language and contemporary Nordic culture. Johnson received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Scandinavian language and literature from the University of Washington and B.A. in Norwegian language and literature from Pacific Lutheran University.