Below you find information about how Globatris collects and handle your personal data according to GDPR (länkar)
Your details will never be shared with anyone else.
Globatris gets email inquires from potential customers. In case an inquiry does not lead to a customer relationship the email and its data is erased within 3 months. The addresses are not collected for newsletters or anyone else.
For those of you who are our customers, Globatris collects and save data for administration and handling regarding scheduling, invoicing, bookkeeping, planning lessons and sessions, sending out suggested Swedish language homework and individual tips for learning Swedish. Data is also saved regarding content of the lessons.
All electronic data is password protected.
For those of you who sign up for a newsletter (which you can do if you are interested in learning Swedish, and go here) the data will be stored and used for sending these out in/via Mailchimp. The data you provide is an email address and a name (which does not have to be an identifiable name). Globatris does not collect addresses and send out newsletters to people who has not signed up. Again, this data is not shared with anyone. Mailchimp is GDPR compliant. The subscriber may unsubscribe at any time.
Data for customers is saved as long as the customer relationship is ongoing, and until the customer asks to have the identifiable data removed.
Efter den 30 juni 2016 blir tre av våra svenska sedlar ogiltiga. Följ länken nedan för att läsa mer, och kontrollera plånböcker och spargrisar!
After June 30 2016 three of the Swedish banknotes will be invalid. Follow the link below to learn more and check your wallets and piggy banks!
Svenskar i världens enkät om svenskar utomlands // survey on Swedes abroad
“För att få veta mer om utlandssvenskarna har vi satt ihop en enkät som vi skulle bli väldigt tacksam för om ni tog er tid att svara på. Sprid den gärna vidare till svenska klubbar och föreningar eller vänner som bor utomlands. Ditt deltagande kommer att hjälpa oss i vårt fortsatta arbete som utlandssvenskarnas främsta intresseorganisation. Notera att enkäten endast riktar sig till svenskar som för närvarande bor utomlands och alltså inte de som har sin hemvist i Sverige. Det är heller ingen medlemsundersökning, utan öppen för alla svenskar som bor utomlands.”
It is fun to learn a language. However repeating vocabulary is not always all that fun. I love to come up with creative ways to inspire learning Swedish (or any language). Today I instructed my young students to keep a word cloud application open during our Skype lesson in Swedish. We spoke about toys and playing, and tried to come up with all possible nouns for toys (we also used a toy store catalogue for the visual). The two students took turns to type the words in Swedish, making sure spelling was correct. Typing/writing helps in remembering and learning the words. After the lesson they will print the cloud in a few copies and go through all the words again; looking up any word they cannot remember the meaning of. They will also circle words that take “en” on one sheet, and “ett”-words on another. One copy goes up on the wall as today’s achievement!
Remember that repeating is key.
We used Tagxedo for today’s “Learn words in Swedish”. I have used a few other similar applications as well. If you search for “word cloud” you will get suggestions enough!
We had to leave out all the words with the Swedish letters ÅÄÖ; they were not supported by this application.
Here they are: fågelbogunga fotbollsmål dockskåp låtsasmat grävskopa tält häst
Want to read something besides Aftonbladet? I found a link to Swedish Newspapers on line. “Click” to find your favorite.
The webpage does not only list Swedish newspapers but newspapers worldwide.
Reading the news does not only help improving your language but also gives you a sense of belonging; whether you are new to Sweden, a Swede living abroad or just interested in Sweden. You know what is going on and can join the conversations.
Personally I have a thing for local news, no matter which country I live in. It is also an excellent way to stay updated on what is going on on the cultural scene – museums, exhibitions, theaters, markets and other happenings in your area.