Danish Book Club II

Teacher: Melissa Lucas

Thursday evenings 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Spring Term 2022:  April 14th to June 2nd
Online format: Zoom only

Note: There will be no class on May 5th

Registration is closed

About this class:  This course is intended for students with intermediate Danish skills. (Advanced students are welcome, too).  We will be reading the last chapter of a book called “Lille Virgil” (each chapter is a self-contained story) and then we will start another book called “Otto er et næsehorn,” also by the author of “Lille Virgil.” 

It is available as an ebook online for about $6 here: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Ole_Lund_Kirkegaard_Otto_er_et_n%C3%A6sehorn?id=z9VemKkfFOAC

About the instructor

Melissa Lucas

The teacher for this class is Melissa Lucas. Melissa has a unique blend of skills to help you learn Danish. Her degrees include a PhD in Scandinavian Studies, MA in Linguistics, and MS in Speech Pathology. Having initially learned Danish as an exchange student in college, Melissa is particularly aware of the pitfalls and difficulties Americans face when tackling Danish as an adult. She is well equipped to help you avoid these traps, and absolutely loves doing it! She has taught Danish to college students and community members in the Seattle area for 15 years.

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