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Collective Spanish Learning Program

 Shared Teachers

By learning Spanish through group classes, students have the opportunity to achieve language proficiency in a relatively short period of time.

Constant exercise, getting involved with the language from day one is key for the student to feel comfortable and safe. In a short time you will notice the ability to understand and be able to respond to a conversation.

In collective classes we focus on creating an environment in which speaking is the main activity. Of course the theoretical part is important, but it will be useless if it is not put into action. Develop diverse, non-complex topics that can describe situations they experience every day.

We base our work on the following objectives:

Diverse interaction

In a collective class environment, students have the opportunity to interact with their peers, participate in group discussions, and practice Spanish conversation with a variety of people. This exposure to different accents and speaking styles can improve the student's overall language skills.

Cultural exchange

Group classes often bring together students from diverse backgrounds, providing a rich environment for cultural exchange. This exposure to different perspectives and experiences can deepen the student's understanding of Spanish-speaking cultures.

Collaborative learning

Group activities and collaborative exercises in group classes can foster a supportive learning environment, allowing students to learn from each other's strengths and weaknesses. This collaborative approach can speed up the learning process.

Profitable

Group classes can be a more cost-effective option compared to individual instruction, making language learning accessible to a wider range of students.

Motivation and responsibility

The group dynamics in collective classes can provide motivation and responsibility to students, as they work together toward a common goal of language proficiency.

Structured curriculum

Many group classes follow a structured curriculum, ensuring that students cover all the essential aspects of the language, including grammar, vocabulary, and cultural nuances.

Summary

 – Instruction Type

2 students (min) – 3 students (max)
Students must have the same Spanish level (previous evaluation will be required)

– Class Time:

2 hours per day / 5 days a week

– Schedule

Morning 8:00am – 10:00am
Morning 10:30am – 12:30pm

Afternoon 15:00 – 17:00

In summary, learning Spanish through group classes offers diverse interaction, cultural exchange, collaborative learning, cost-effectiveness, motivation and responsibility, and a structured curriculum, all of which contribute to the student’s ability at a flexible, adaptable pace and opportunities for cultural exchange, all of which contribute to an effective language learning experience.

We base our work on the following objectives

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