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Dutch Writing Skills

Do you have a full schedule, but still want to improve your writing skills? Then our digital writing course "Dutch Writing Skills" might be a good option for you. All correspondence goes through our digital learning environment KickstartNet, apart from an initial introductory meeting (face to face, by phone, or via Zoom/Skype) to establish your level and discuss the objectives for the lessons.

This course is possible at the B1-B2 /C1 level.

For the writing course "Dutch Writing Skills" we have prepared a program with a wide range of assignments. Nevertheless, it is also possible to work on topics that you require for your daily life.

 

Overview - Dutch Writing Skills

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Group size
1:1
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Book Required?
No
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KickstartNet
Yes
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Flexible Enrolment
Yes
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Course Length
16 submissions
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Homework
2 hours
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Intensity
Flexible
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Money-Back guarantee
Yes
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Duration per lesson
2-3 hours

Course Content and Learning Goals - Dutch Writing Skills

The following topics can be covered:

● An informative letter

● A letter of complaint

● A thank you letter

● A business letter

● A request

● Short emails (a.k.a. reservations, advice)

● An invitation

● A notice of termination

● Short texts (150-200 words)

● An argumentative essay

Experience shows that many students have difficulty with the correct word order of sentences. Therefore, we have included specific exercises for this in each lesson. The teaching program consists of theory, examples and exercises.

 

By the end of the course you will be able to: 

  • Write various types of letters for different purposes with confidence
  • Write short texts correctly

Practical Information - Dutch Writing Skills

Price

€390 for 8 lessons (including all course materials); additional lessons can be purchased for €45/lesson.

Course materials

KickstartNet
Maximum course length 4 months

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lessons include a combination of exercises and longer written tasks, the latter of which are submitted to the teacher twice:

● First submission: Teacher highlights areas in need of attention then returns the work to the student for reflection and improvement.

● Second submission: Teacher provides more detailed comments, including tips and corrections where appropriate.

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