Fun Spanish

Fun Spanish

Students 6 to 8 years old continue building up their Spanish vocabulary orally and by acting out songs and stories. They learn new topics such as seasons, months of the year, and days of the week, food, and people in the community, school items, household
  • 1 Months/Day ShiftCourse Duration
  • AdvanceSkill level
  • $10.00
    $30.00
    ( 67% off )
    Price
  • 19 Jan, 2019Admission Deadline

Lessons:

FUN SPANISH with SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN

Students 6 to 8 years old continue building up their Spanish vocabulary orally and by acting out songs and stories. They learn new topics such as seasons, months of the year, and days of the week, food, and people in the community, school items, household furniture, animals, poems, tongue-twisters, and riddles as well. Students start associating words with pictures and early speech and the writing of simple sentences begin to take place.

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MORE FUN SPANISH with MIDDLE SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN

Students ages 9 to 11 start to develop Spanish writing skills with short verses from poems, songs, stories and dialogues acquired during previous lessons. Students grasp simple grammar rules and some action verbs (such as to swim, to study, to read, etc.) by speaking and mimicking the language. Children also learn situational vocabulary for daily use, such as going on a picnic, shopping, visiting the museum, sports, opposites and comparisons.

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ENGAGING AND PRACTICAL Spanish for JUNIOR and SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

This program is developed in three progressive levels to measure and enhance proficiency in all five language skills in a logical sequence: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural competence. Situational activities and conceptualized vocabulary facilitate the presentation of new material and the reinforcement of previously learned material. Upon finishing this intensive Spanish program, students are nearly fluent.

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