Spanish: improvers 3
Who is this course for?
This 8-week course is for anyone who wants to consolidate and develop their skills further.
If you have already studied Spanish for at least eighteen months or spent some considerable time in a Spanish speaking country, this is the course for you.
Becoming more proficient in a language can be daunting on your own and is much more fun with a supportive tutor and a group, where you can practice with each other and share the joys of learning Spanish.
You will learn how to:
• Describe people, places and events
• Exchange information on a variety of topics/situations
• Give and follow specific instructions
• Make simple arrangements
• Express an opinion
• Grasp general meaning of written material (e-mails, mobile text messages, letters, notices, leaflets etc)
During the course you will take part in varied activities. These are designed to help you understand and use the language effectively.
You will work individually, in pairs and in small groups, using a variety of learning methods and resources such as role play, audio and video clips.
Homework will provide an opportunity for self- study including the use of online resources.
Support and feedback
You will get continual support and feedback from your tutor throughout the course and have opportunities to discuss and review your progress.
Additional costs and requirements
You will need to have studied Spanish for at least eighteen months.
Please bring Pen and paper.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
Yes, you will need to do some homework activities. This will be set by the tutor each week, with the aim of consolidating the learning that has happened in that week’s lesson.
About the tutor
Rosa has been teaching Spanish in the Adult Education sector in England for twenty years.
She teaches all levels, from Beginners to Advanced Spanish as well as Conversation courses.
In 2016, she started teaching English to adults on English Functional Skills Courses and she has also taught English as a second language.
“I love teaching languages to adults. It is very rewarding to see learners gain new communication skills, which will help them gain confidence as well as the necessary qualifications to achieve their personal goals to improve the quality of their lives.”
Rosa Carriegas, Language and English Tutor, Learn Devon