Spanish Intensive 20 (11-17 years old)
Nº of lessons: 20 lessons per week. 1 lesson = 45 minutes
Schedule: from Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 12.45pm
Nº of students: 14 maximum
Starting dates: this programme takes place from 10th June to 30th August 2024. Students can start any Monday (booking in advanced).
This is a dynamic course adapted to the needs of the group and it focuses mainly on increasing the student’s confidence when using the target language. By incorporating all four of the language skills (reading, listening, speaking, and writing) into the class we allow for each student to receive a well-rounded education.
THIS PROGRAMME INCLUDES:
- Class materials
- Certificate of attendance.
- Welcome pack
PRICES: Spanish Intensive 20 (11-17 years old)
+ 40€ registration fee
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language Spanish
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes
COURSE STARTING DATES:
This programme takes place from 10th June to 30th August 2024. Students can start any Monday (booking in advanced).
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Learning a language has many cognitive benefits for them: it develops their creativity, their critical thinking, problem solving and their written and oral expression.
Younger kids start to formulate their first sentences through games and crafts, as they learn by imitation. Teenagers learn Spanish in a dynamic way, not only with academic exercises but with dynamic interactive activities: role-playing, project creation, debates, etc. Research shows that knowing more than one language opens many doors, not only professionally but also personally and cognitively.