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Hola! Let's Learn Spanish - Beginners Class for Easy Conversations
Learn some basic greetings, talking about likes/dislikes, about sports, and about members of your family. Games and projects make it fun! We'll also take a trip to a mercado (a market) to look at the produce and foods that are available.
88 total reviews for this teacher
7 reviews for this class
Completed by 39 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Each week I send a presentation (often Google slides) through the classroom page. We'll cover that material during class and practice the language skill or vocabulary. Through video access we will meet and learn together. Students will be able to see the teacher and each other. We will practice real greetings, introductions, and in time, short conversations about activities we like and do not like. The goal from the first day is to be able to break down communication barriers and start...
Week One: We will learn greetings for different times of the day, introductions, and the difference in meeting kids and adults. Week one comes with a fun project for the students' practice. Week Two: We will have a game to review the previous week and some practice greetings and meetings with each other, then jump into the alphabet and pronunciation. There will be a fun activity for the students' practice. Week Three: We will review the previous week with a fun game then practice our meet and greet with each other. We will learn colors and numbers in Spanish. We will play a game with our new vocabulary, then there will be a fun activity for the students' practice. Week Four: We will review with a game, practice our meet and greet, and learn how to talk about the activities we like and don't like to do. We will have practice conversation with each other and students will have a project for review during the following week. Week Five: After a game to practice what we've learned so far, we will practice our meet and greet and talk about what we like and don't like to do. Students will learn family member words during the week. Week Six: After practicing our exciting new skill of conversations - from meeting to talking about our likes and dislikes - we will review with a fun game and then learn about the names for family members. Students will complete family tree project during class.
I wanted to learn Spanish when I first started seeing Spanish-speakers move into the small town where I lived. I put myself in their shoes and thought it might be nice for them to have someone say hello and ask how they are doing. That's what this course is all about. This course teaches some basic greetings and vocabulary to talk about activities (sports, music, etc.) that you like and don't like to do. It a course on breaking the ice, and breaking down the communication barriers. This course will help the student feel confident in speaking to another student their age. They could really make a difference in someone's life. I taught Spanish for eight years and have tutored Spanish and ESL for about 8-10 years.
Students will have a fun project to complete each week to help them review and learn. Projects may include: posters, cards, a family tree, a short video, or other creative outlets for using the target vocabulary
1 file available upon enrollmentI will provide the printable vocabulary for the lessons. The students will need some paper, pens, markers, glue and photos or magazines to cut out pictures.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners will be amazed at how soon they are able to communicate in Spanish with others. We will spend a lot of time in our class talking with each other using the vocabulary that we've learned. It's basic, but it is a start.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Amanda IsbellLifelong Learner Who LOVES to Teach!
88 total reviews
102 completed classes
Hi! I'm Amanda. I am an avid reader, an online ESL teacher, and afternoon tutor. I live in Little Rock, AR. I taught Spanish I-3 in a brick and mortar middle and high school for eight wonderful years, and have moved to the more flexible schedule...