What opportunities will this course give me?
Students will be able to progress on to Spanish Year 2.
What will I be learning?
Spanish 1 lessons are held in a relaxed informal atmosphere. Students learn to cope in a variety of everyday situations commonly encountered on visits to Spain or other Spanish speaking countries.
A variety of teaching methods will be used including whole class, group work, team work, pair work, role play, games and multi media resources. A course book will be used to supplement the course and help with simple grammar. Some homework will be set each week.
You will be able to converse in simple terms and cope with everyday situations such as asking the way, shopping, changing money, ordering snacks and drinks, asking for tourist information, booking into hotels, going to the garage/petrol station. Basic grammar will be covered as it arises.
A College Certificate will be awarded on request.
Why is this course for me?
Students will learn and be assessed by participation, either interaction between teacher and student or through group work, pair work or role play, games etc. The four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing will be covered. But with the emphasis on speaking and listening. A course book will be used and some homework set between classes to help students get the most out of the course.
What do I need to sign up?
There are no formal entry requirements in respect of this course; it is suitable for those with little or no knowledge of Spanish.
Is there anything else I need to know?
Please bring a pen and paper to your first class.
Students will be responsible for buying relevant course books and materials, to be advised by the tutor on first session.
|G167L||Thornden School||2/10/2019||Wed||19:00 – 21:00||20||£281.00||£281.00|
|L35L||Wildern School||3/10/2019||Thu||19:00 – 21:00||20||£281.00||£281.00|
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