Saturday, June 5, 2010

Multimedia samples - Learn Danish* as easy as 1,2,3

The following snippets are just a few of the multimedia files that will be used to teach DANISH with the multimedia method. More samples will be uploaded soon.


With the multimedia method, learning is more effective because the students develop all the four skills of language learning, namely - SPEAKING, LISTENING, READING and WRITING by learning the language in a PRACTICAL, READY-TO-USE manner. The ESSENTIALS, such as the most common and most useful high-frequency phrases are taught first.

In the sample below, you'll learn DANISH interactively. Simply read the simplified explanation for each item, play the video clips and answer the worksheets (screencap) to practice writing and reading. You can also opt to be recorded when you provide an oral summary of what you've learned.

Look at the SAMPLE below featuring a cool Danish dude, Davin. (from MYSPACE)
To be able to introduce yourself in Danish and answer the WORKSHEET below, follow the 3 simple steps below.
QUICK TEST (review)
AUDIO OR VIDEO RECORDING IS OPTIONAL BUT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
GUARANTEED EFFECTIVE FOR MEMORIZATION!
[The instructor is ready to record (AUDIO) or camcord (VIDEO) you if you allow him to. All the audio and video files will be given to you and will not be shown to anyone or uploaded to the internet without your permission]

Learn dansk* as easy as 1, 2, 3 {*Danish language in Danish is called 'dansk'}

BASIC : LEVEL : How to introduce yourself in dansk*IN 3 SIMPLE STEPS

1. To say 'Hi!' or Hello, smile and say ‘Hej!’ [hay] <---[pronunciation] Hej ! ~ [hAy] ~ Hello! / Hi!


PLAY THE VIDEO BELOW:
video

2. To introduce yourself, first say ‘Jeg’ [yay] which means ‘I’ and ‘hedder’ [heðə] which means 'am/is/are called' and sounds like the name ‘Heather’ but pronounced with a British accent and then your name.

Jeg hedder … ~ [yayheðə] ~ My name is ... / I am ...


PLAY THE VIDEO featuring Danish girl Ditte BELOW :
video

3. Before you say where you’re from, say something about yourself by saying ‘Jeg’ [yay] – ‘I’ + ‘er’ [æɐ̯] – am which sounds British [æɐ̯]
Now you can say where you are from by simply adding 'fra' which means 'from' in dansk.

No comments:

Post a Comment