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Yes, I’m talking to you, Mr Danish-language school, no more play the fool, get down and break some rules, with Ice’s new learning tools. Let’s skip to the part when you learn the correct response to “Du er en Gambianer, ikke.” With “Jo” – a positive response to confirm a negatively phrased presumption is correct, pronounced “Yo” – Danish classes take on a new resonance. Swap the blackboard for a backbeat, the fluency for some flow and the accent for delivery, and it’s turntables time. Once Bosnian teacher Zoran Lekovic went down the road of teaching Danish via rap – hell, he never looked back! Lekovic’s ‘Lær dansk med rap’ (learn Danish with rap) might not be the most original idea in the world – initiatives have long existed in French and Spanish – but that hasn’t stopped him winning the 2017  European Language Label award , an award that recognises new ways of learning languages. Lekovic listened to Danish rap songs to learn the language when he arrived in the 1990s, and now he uses the same method to practice pronunciation and make learning more fun. The rhyming can often make the pronunciation more logical and, as an interview with Lekovic in Jutland Station reveals , help learners distinguish between words like røv (ass) and ræv (fox) – an essential differentiation in rap music. “Using rap in his teaching is a good idea because it makes it interesting for young people,” noted Søren Pind, the minister for education and research, who is well cool, innit? Sharing this year’s prize with Lekovic is ‘Wise Words’, which encourages learners to draw from their knowledge of different languages. “Bilingualism can too often have negative connotations,” said Pind.

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