No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In this flex class, your learner will learn how to say several rooms and pieces of furniture in Spanish through videos, speaking practice, and a student project! They will get to practice vocabulary words, several full sentence structures, and questions. There will also be some Spanish cultural components embedded into the material through showing real examples of rooms from Colombia. NOTE: This class has NO live meetings and follows a "flexible schedule format", allowing learners to work at...
Week 1: Vocabulary - house, apartment, bedroom, bed, window, door Q&A - What do you have in your bedroom? I have a bed/window/door in my bedroom. I live in a house/an apartment. Week 2: Vocabulary - bathroom, toilet, sink, shower Q&A - What do you see in your bathroom? I see a toilet/sink/shower in my bathroom. Week 3: Vocabulary - kitchen, refrigerator, oven, table & chairs Q&A - What's in your kitchen? A(n) oven/refrigerator/table/chairs is/are in my kitchen. Week 4: Extra furniture and student project
I passed the Spanish Praxis exam required to teach Spanish in my state and taught middle school Spanish for 2 years. I have also formally worked as a Spanish interpreter to interpret parent-teacher conferences. Although I am Hispanic, I am not a native Spanish speaker.
Every week, learners will create a short audio or video of themselves (they can use the "add video" button in the classroom) saying the week's Q&A "chant" and share it with other learners. They will also complete a project about a room in their house using full sentences during the last week of the course.
I will watch each learner's videos and write encouraging comments. I will also assist with creating the Spanish sentences needed to complete the final project.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Parents may need to guide their learners in watching each week's videos, using each week's worksheets/flashcards, and helping them participate in the discussion posts by typing and/or recording audio/video of themselves.
Ivana W., MSEdSpanish and ESL Teacher!
117 total reviews
204 completed classes
Hello! My name is Ivana and I have 8 years of experience teaching in a variety of settings, including in the classroom, online, and private tutoring. I've taught over 4,000 online lessons and enjoy working with learners of all ages to help them...