My experience What happens when young people of two nationalities with very different interests spend one whole week together? Lots of fun! Naturally (pun intended) they took part in a variety of activities like making (leather) bracelets, „studying“ animal prints, a scavenger hunt at night, zip-line, climbing, archery and many more. The activities were of… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Spanish class
Do you want to meet and greet new people in Spain? Our Spanish teacher Odalis will teach you how to introduce yourselves, and thanks to the questions and answers provided by our students and their teacher, you will be able to introduce yourselves to any Spanish speaking person and get to know new people easily…. Read more »
Como sabemos, existen dos tipos de futuro en español: “ir a + infinitivo” y el futuro simple “comeré”. Normalmente, ambos tiempos verbales tienen el mismo valor de posterioridad en las acciones, pero quizá queráis saber qué preferencias existen a la hora de elegir uno u otro. En este tutorial, Tania y Laura explican las formas… Read more »
Today, February 28, we celebrated the Day of Andalusia. As we like to introduce cultural content in the Spanish classes in an enjoyable way, we always prepare a special session for this regional holiday. As good Andalusians, we hung little Andalusian flags in the language school, we put a flower in our hair (we explained to… Read more »
On February 28 our language school dressed in color and laughter for the day of Andalusia. All the team members prepared interesting activities so that the students felt immersed in the Andalusian culture, since, starting from our philosophy, we understand that culture is a fundamental part of learning Spanish as a foreign language. Want to… Read more »
Today on the Book Day we pay homage to Miguel de Cervantes, the author of the novel “Don Quixote” which is the most important work of Spanish literature and one of the works of world literature that has been translated into the most languages. In the Spanish class today with the group of a high A2 level,… Read more »
The students of the advanced Spanish levels B1 or B2 often tell me about some difficulties they face when they meet young people and try to have a conversation with them in Spanish. The language used by young people in Spain the so-called ‘jerga juvenil’ which means ‘youth slang’ or ‘teenage slang’ in English. There… Read more »
The conversation classes at our Spanish language school are an extra that we give to the participants of the Spanish courses for university students for free once a week. They are a creative space where the students choose the topics they are interested in and the teachers propose interactive activities that give them the opportunity… Read more »
In this post I’m going to present you a game that made me spend funny moments with a group of students with A1 level. From there on I have used it several times to review the vocabulary of descriptions of the physical aspect and character or I adapt it to other contexts.
(Español) Este post es sobre mi experiencia positiva en la última clase de conversación ELE y quiero compartir la actividad con vosotros para que os pueda servir de inspiración para vuestras clases de conversación.