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Teens Spanish Club - Intermediate
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This is an introductory Spanish class. Learners of all skill levels are welcome to this class. No experience necessary. We will discuss reasons for learning Spanish. We will focus on the alphabet, colors, and vocabulary. Learning will be achieved by listening, speaking, reading, writing and interacting. Worksheets will need to be printed out prior to class. Class work will be completed and discussed during class. Learners are expected to be attentive and to participate when called...
-Introduction of teacher and learners -Why learn Spanish? -listen/repeat alphabet -listen/repeat colors -identify colors in learner’s environment -color Spanish-speaking world map -listen/repeat names of vocabulary items -fill out vocabulary worksheet -read worksheet answers to class -listen to a paragraph with illustrations and answer questions
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
14 total reviews
27 completed classes
Saludos! My name is Jessica and I teach Spanish to kids ages 9-12. I have a BA in psychology and a background in social work and teaching in a Spanish-speaking country. I believe a second language should be learned the same way as a first...