Oops! More than a week later, and I still haven't posted about the second half of the module 4 exam.
So, here it is:
On the day of the first half of the exam (which was a Friday), the teacher paired us up and gave us our time-slots for the spoken portion, which would take place the following Monday. I was paired up with a friend that I'd been in classes with since module 1, so I felt good about that.
The spoken exam was almost exactly like our spoken exam for module 2. In the first half, we blindly chose from a list that we'd made of the 3 books we'd read during the module and two topics which we'd researched and prepared a 2-minute presentation for. I ended up choosing one of those topics, and spoke a bit about the difference between how radio stations and media conglomerates work in the US as compared to how radio functions here in Denmark. The friend that I was paired with spoke about one of her books, which I believe was called something like "Den Grå Mand" ("The Gray Man").
In the second half, the teacher handed us a piece of paper with a topic and a few words to use as jumping-off points. The goal was simple to have a brief conversation with our partner about the topic. Ours was TV, so we chatted a bit about how neither of us watches much Danish TV, but that she likes the show "Matador" (which is an older Danish program), and that my husband and I are planning to get caught up on seasons 2 and 3 of "Forbrydelsen."
In the end, we passed without any major issues, as was the case for everyone in the class (as far as I know).
Since it's been a week and a half since all of that, expect another post about my impressions of the start of module 5 sooner than later.