Prepare for the PD3 Exam

For who?

Speak offers 2 intensive brush up courses for non-Speak students, who are enrolled as independent students for the PD3 examination. The courses are aimed at non-Speak students who wish to take extra measures to get the best possible results at the PD3 exam.

 

You can choose between a writing brush-up course and an oral brush-up course – or both.

“I think I have learned a lot in a really short time. We got individual feedback and that was something I needed. I do recommend the course to others”.

Doaa, Egyptian student

Writing course

In this course you will work with the written part of PD3 exam. We will introduce you to the 2 written parts of the exam: reading comprehension and written presentation.

 

We will look at different examples on how to respond adequately to different types of questions presented in PD3. You will do written exercises and you will get indiviual feedback. Furthermore, we will work with reading techniques and reading strategies.

 

The course teacher has an extensive experience with teaching and testing PD3 students.

Oral course

In this course you will work with the oral part of the PD3 exam. We will introduce you to the 2 oral parts of the exam: your presentation of a prepared subject, and answering questions to an unprepared subject.

 

We will work with concrete examples on how to answer adequately to the different types of questions raised during the exam. You will do oral exercises and get individual feedback.

 

The course teacher has experience with teaching and testing PD3 students.

The Practicalities

Place:

Speak Hellerup

 

Time: 

Writing course: 4 Saturdays from 9.30 to 12 on the following dates: 18/4, 25/4, 2/5 & 9/5-2020

Oral course: 3 Saturdays from 9.30 to 12 on the following dates: 23/5, 30/5 & 6/6-2020

 

Price:

Writing course: 975,- DKK.

Oral course: 750,- DKK.

Both courses: 1.600,- DKK.

Enrolment

Please send an e-mail to course secretary Camilla Lopez: cam@speakspeak.dk

 

Deadline for enrolment:

Writing course: 28 March 2020

Oral course: 2 May 2020

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