The Scandinavian School offers Norwegian courses at several different levels. The courses consist of 8 weekly hour and a half lessons. The cost is $350 per course plus the cost of teaching materials, which is approximately $30.  Information about teaching materials will be given on the first night of class.

Each year, we offer four courses: two in the spring and two in the fall. Students may only sign up for one course (8 classes) at a time. 

Note: All sales are final. Students can be transferred between different levels if needed, but refunds are not offered.

About the Norwegian classes 

The Scandinavian School offers Norwegian courses at several different skill levels. Students must also purchase course materials, which are used for multiple courses.  All sales are final. Students can be transferred between different levels if needed, but refunds are not offered.

The Scandinavian School also offers private lessons.

The Classes

Norwegian Beginner 1

Teacher: Anne-Mette Thunem
Day/time: Monday 6:00pm - 7:30 PM
Dates: August 13- October 8

Please note there is no class on September 3 due to Labor Day Weekend

Next Norwegian Beginners class is scheduled for January 2019.

This is a course for students with no prior knowledge of Norwegian. We will focus on basic Norwegian grammar, sentence structure and gradually building up vocabulary.

Sign up here

 

Norwegian Intermediate 1 & 2 

Instructor: Anne-Mette Thunem

Day Time: Monday 7:45-9:15 PM

Dates: August 13 - October 8

Please note there is no class on September 3 due to Labor Day Weekend.

This class is suitable for students who have already taken Beginner 2 and/ or Intermediate 1 or equivalent. We will work on improving our grammar and on increasing our vocabulary, but we also speak more Norwegian and work on our listening skills. 

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Teacher's bio

Native Norwegian Anne-Mette Thunem received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Oslo. The San Francisco Bay resident specializes in international marketing communications, adapting companies' products and services culturally to give them a local look and feel.

Photo credit: Todd Saunders