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Arbeidsbok til Norsk, nordmenn og Norge 2, Antologi
Workbook for Intermediate Norwegian
This intermediate workbook, like the other materials in the Norsk, nordmenn og Norge series, regards communication as the primary goal of language learning. Experience has shown that students need to pass through a period of meaningful structural practice as they develop their communication skills. The workbook aims to provide that practice in psychologically realistic and useful ways, combining entertaining activities with more traditional exercises.
Toward these ends, the workbook features:
•An extensive overview of the basics of Norwegian grammar,
providing a ready reference throughout the course
•A thorough review of elementary Norwegian vocabulary and grammar, allowing students whose preparation in the language differs to share a common knowledge base
•Hvem er du? sections that encourage the learner to
personalize the material
•Litt av hvert sections that provide short summaries of the
anthology’s reading passages (lesestykker) while reviewing common problems with vocabulary and grammar
•Crossword puzzles and cartoons.
Norsk, nordmenn og Norge: Arbeidsbok (Workbook) is a companion to the Norsk, nordmenn og Norge: Antologi (Anthology) and Lærerveiledning (Teacher’s Manual).
Kathleen Stokker is professor of Norwegian at Luther College. She is coauthor with Odd Haddal of Norsk, nordmenn og Norge 1: Textbook for Beginning Norwegian, also published by the University of Wisconsin Press.
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224 pp. #8 1/2 x 11
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