Danish Language Classes
New! Danish Language Class for Teens!
If you are planning to visit Denmark this summer, or if you are having visitors from Denmark this summer, it will be useful for your teenagers to be able to speak a little Danish before these visits take place. Therefore we are offering a spring session for teens aged 10 – 16. Wednesday evenings, April 12 – June 14, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Ten lessons for $100. We hope to see you there. Any language level is welcome in this class for teens. Register by e-mail to Elisabeth Carstensen: email@example.com
Adult: Advanced/intermediate Danish language lessons will start Tuesday, April 11, 2017 and end May 9. This class is mostly in Danish.
The cost is $50 for the five lessons, payable on the first day of your class. A cheque made out to Danish House Society is preferred.
The curriculum will be adjusted to the needs and wishes of the students registered.
Classes start at 6:30pm and end at 8:30pm in the Danish room at the Scandinavian Centre.
The next set of Danish lessons will begin in September 2017. We will take registration in August.
Unfortunately we do not have a teacher for young children’s classes this time.
Please register by e-mail indicating your level to Elisabeth Carstensen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a little information about teachers:
Beginner’s Class and Teens Class Danish Teacher Mai Rosthof
Mai has a masters degree in Media and Film Arts and a bachelor in Danish (Language & Literature) from Copenhagen University 2013. Before coming to Vancouver she was working for LEGO as marketing associate launching elementary and preschool products for LEGO Education. Mai wishes to create a relaxed and fun atmosphere in her classroom, where everyone can grow their language skills together and perhaps also get to know the culture of the small country a little better. Mai grew up in Vejle, Denmark. She came to Vancouver December 2016 with her boyfriend Villads and Bowie the labrador. This is her first time in Canada, and she thinks Vancouver is incredible. She is looking forward to explore the surrounding nature even more and so is her dog.
Beginner’s Class Danish Teacher
Frederik is 19 years old and moved to Vancouver in September 2016. He finished high school in June 2016 and after that he moved to Canada where he is going to stay for almost a year before he will begin studying again back in Denmark. In high school Frederik was studying English at the highest level and he has a wide knowledge about the connections and differences that Danish and English appear to have. He has been living in Aarhus, Denmark his entire life but he has family in both ends of the country and he can because of that give an excellent insight in the cultural differences that Denmark has as well. Furthermore Frederik will also be able to provide you with great assistance on how to speak Danish and make sure that your Danish gets improved a lot. He is very excited about seeing you for the next coming sessions.
Elisabeth is 27 years old. She moved to Vancouver November 2014 and is working at Container World as an Inventory Planner. She has a masters degree in logistics and supply chain management from Århus university. She lives with her husband and both of them love Vancouver. She taught the Danish language class fall semester 2015 which she really enjoyed. Elisabeth was born in Woodland, California but she grew up in Alken in Jylland, Danmark. She enjoys the cultural aspect of Vancouver and she also likes to snowboard. She looks forward to sharing more about Danish culture. Both are looking forward to meeting you all and spending 10 Thursdays together with you.
To register or inquire: Please contact Elisabeth Carstensen: email@example.com
Pay by cheque made out to Danish House Society at the first class.
Best regards, Annette Lauridsen, Danish Language Co-ordinator Danish House Society, Scandinavian Centre
New Teachers Needed
Our teachers are one of the most valuable resources that we have, and we are always keeping an eye open for new people to join our team. If you know of new people that are coming into town, might be planning to come here or already live here and have an interest in teaching please ask them to get in touch with us. Teaching at the Danish School is a great way to keep teaching activities on your resume, get to know fellow Danes in the area, learn about bilingualism, subsidize your income and have fun.
We offer lessons two times a week, each lesson consisting of two hours plus prep work. Excellent verbal and written proficiency in the Danish language is a requirement.
Please do not contact the Scandinavian Centre Office.