Spanish: improvers 3
Who is this course for?
People who have completed Spanish Improvers Part 2 or Intermediate Spanish and want to consolidate and expand their Spanish knowledge when talking in a variety of social situations in the present, past and future
Review the changing verbs (irregular) Hacer, Poner, Decir, venir, salir and Tener. Consolidate the use of direct and Indirect pronouns and adverbs. Revisit Spanish vocabulary for the weather in Spain- Latin America comparing it to British weather
You will be working with your tutor in a virtual learning environment using an online video platform called Zoom. There will be other learners in the virtual classroom. Your tutor will introduce the topic, encourage you to contribute and give feedback and support throughout the course.
Support and feedback
Your tutor will support you throughout the course via the online sessions and give you feedback on your progress along with suggestions as to how to improve. You will work with your tutor on your personal goals within the structure of the course.
Additional costs and requirements
You will need a laptop, PC, smartphone or tablet with a camera and microphone along with a reliable internet connection. A pen and paper will also be useful for any notes you might like to make. A good Spanish – English dictionary can be used
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
Homework will be given to consolidate Spanish writing .
About the tutor
Dilcia currently works as a Spanish and Italian Language Tutor for Learn Devon, Exeter College and private students.
Her country of origin is Venezuela where she completed a Law Degree at Venezuelan Central University. She came to Britain in the late 1970s to complete a Masters degree in Maritime Law at Glasgow University. She also completed a one year Diploma course in Development Administration and Planning, at Bristol University.
Having taught Spanish and Italian privately, since 1990, she decided to complete a British Teaching Adults qualification in 2000.
She is also is a British Red Cross Volunteer.
“I enjoy teaching languages to Adults and it has given me the chance to encourage people, to take the challenge in learning languages, which will help them to improve their skills and have a better knowledge of Spanish and South American culture.”