8014303 Finnish 3, 4 Cp
||Date of expiry
|Type||Language and Communication Studies
||Subject||0001 Language Centre Studies
||Language Centre, shared activities (J,K)
The student can use Finnish in many types of situations needed during studies, and can understand the main points in longer texts, provided that they are written in standard Finnish on a familiar topic. They can follow media content and use their language skills to acquire new information, including from texts with somewhat unfamiliar vocabulary. The student can understand and give descriptions of feelings, hopes and past events, describe their plans for the future, and give structured opinions in a conversation.
• hopes and plans for the future
• verb conjugation in the passive voice and the many uses of passive verbs
• the structures of Finnish society, such as the Finnish Parliament
|Modes of study
Participating in instruction and completing course assignments and exercises. The minimum attendance requirement for contact teaching is 50%.
Attendance of the first session is required to secure a place on the course. Course-specific, practical arrangements are agreed during the first session.
In order to complete the course and to be eligible for the course exam (if there is one), the student needs to meet the attendance requirement and successfully complete all course assignments within the set deadlines.
If the student has exceeded the maximum number of absences or has failed to submit course assignments in the set deadlines, the course enrolment is terminated. In this case the student cannot take part in the course exam or retake exam, but the course needs to be retaken in its entirety.
Lectures, spoken and written pair and group exercises and independent study, for example. You should reserve 108 hours of total working time for the course.
The maximum number of contact teaching hours is 48, some of which may be arranged in another manner agreed by the teacher and class.
Online and other material.
Active participation in group instruction (at least 50% attendance), completing course assignments, final exam and possible midterm exam. The course grade (5-0) is based on both continuous evaluation and course assignment and exam grades. The minimum score required to pass the final exam is 65% of the maximum total score.
If a student gets a fail grade, he has the right to a retake exam.
Course Finnish 2 completed with approval or equivalent skills, Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) skill level A2.1.
The course is intended for international degree students and staff members at the University of Eastern Finland.
Neither the course nor its parts are eligible for substitution.
For a compelling reason, the teacher can allow an alternative method to complete the course than the methods mentioned in the curriculum.
Taught in Finnish
Letter (J, K) in front of the name of the course/exam indicates the campus on which teaching or exam takes place: J = Joensuu, K = Kuopio.
Present and future teaching
|Joensuu, Kuopio: Finnish 3
||Lecture and exercise course