Spanish Conversation Club for Ages 13 - 17 (1-2 Semesters Completed)

When
Weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Sun, May 30 to Thu, Jun 24
Tue (6/22) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min) Drop in for $21
Thu (6/24) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min) Drop in for $21
Tue (6/1) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min)
Thu (6/3) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min)
Tue (6/8) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min)
Thu (6/10) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min)
Tue (6/15) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min)
Thu (6/17) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min)
Tue (6/22) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min) Drop in for $21
Thu (6/24) 5:30–6:20pm CDT (50 min) Drop in for $21
In business since June, '11
469-338-9382
Where
Online
Ages
13–17 yrs old
Attendance
Optional: adults can stay or take a breather
Price
$152 $42
Discount
15% sibling discount available
About

This class is for those who are beginners, or taking Spanish currently as the first semester, up to 2 completed semesters. Or for those who have taken many semesters, but want to practice actually SPEAKING.

This is considered A2 beginner/upper beginner Spanish. This class will focus on speaking about various topics and getting confident speaking, understanding spoken questions, answering questions and expressing ideas in Spanish. THE FOCUS IS FLUENCY, since if you are fluent, everything else comes with it.

The most important aspect of learning a new language is attending class for interaction in Spanish - real fluency. Do not stress about doing anything outside of class, unless you want to have extra work (which we can provide and suggest). But again, what moves the needle with fluency is attending the conversation classes, not sitting in a room 'studying' language.

This class will be student-centered. We will get an idea of popular topics during the first class and focus on relevant, interesting conversations based on students' interests.

Curriculum will consist of the following:

- short film
- go over grammar ideas and vocabulary in a NON grammar way through conversation and usage
- discussion of film
- question/answer
- game or helpful activity to solidify new words
- questions and discussion about culture/language

Tags
online, language, onlinespanish, and spanish