Instruction

Name Cr Method of study Time Location Organiser
Finnish 1 A 3 Cr Exam retake 17.1.2020 - 17.1.2020
Finnish 1 A 3 Cr Exam retake 7.6.2017 - 7.6.2017
Finnish 1 A 3 Cr Exam retake 25.1.2017 - 25.1.2017
Finnish 1 A 3 Cr Lecture Course 18.1.2017 - 3.3.2017
Finnish 1 A (Viikki) 3 Cr Lecture Course 16.1.2017 - 27.2.2017
Finnish 1A+B (Viikki), RA 6 Cr Lecture Course 15.9.2016 - 15.12.2016
Finnish 1 A (centre), JH 3 Cr Lecture Course 13.9.2016 - 15.12.2016
Finnish 1A (Viikki), PA 3 Cr Lecture Course 13.9.2016 - 15.12.2016
Finnish 1A (Kumpula), RP 3 Cr Lecture Course 12.9.2016 - 14.12.2016
Intensive Finnish for beginners (suomi 1 AB + 2 A) 9 Cr Course 12.9.2016 - 15.12.2016
Intensive Finnish summer course (1A), IW 3 Cr Lecture Course 8.8.2016 - 30.8.2016
Finnish 1 A + 1 B, A 6 Cr Lecture Course 28.1.2016 - 6.5.2016
Suomi 1 A + 1 B, (Viikki) 6 Cr Lecture Course 18.1.2016 - 2.5.2016
Finnish 1 A + 1 B, group b 6 Cr Lecture Course 8.9.2015 - 10.12.2015
Intensive Finnish, basic, (PA) 9 Cr Lecture Course 7.9.2015 - 10.12.2015
Finnish 1 A + 1 B (Kumpula) 6 Cr Lecture Course 7.9.2015 - 9.12.2015

Target group

Course is aimed for Helsinki University degree students. No previous knowledge of Finnish is required.

Learning outcomes

The aim is to introduce students not only to the basic structures of Finnish, but also to the Finnish way of life. Students will be on CEFR level A1.1. after passing Finnish 1 A.

Timing

Courses are held both autumn and spring semester. Course lasts one period.

Contents

In addition to contact teaching, students will be responsible for a large amount of homework. Simple everyday conversation will be practiced. Topics will range from introducing and telling about oneself to numbers, greetings, family, food, shopping, weather and telling the time.

Completion

Course. Regular class attendance (over 80%) is highly recommended.

Study materials

Assessment practices and criteria

The course will be assessed on the basis of a final examination on a scale of 0-5.