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Let’s Chat in Spanish ¡Charlemos!

Set your own schedule for this one-on-one class, partner, or small group class featuring learner centered activities for novice low/mid/high Spanish language learners who want to learn new vocabulary about culture throughout the Spanish speaking world. The cultural focus will be on the celebrations of independence throughout Latin America. Charlemos! (Let's Chat!) is designed for learners to listen and develop their attention span and practice speaking in Spanish at their own pace with individualized instruction. Send me a message to request a 30, 45 or 60 minute class.
Sra. Kimberly
212 total reviews for this teacher
10 reviews for this class
Completed by 46 learners
Class
55 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
9-14
year olds
1-4
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does anOngoingcourse work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Next on Sat Aug 27

Meets Once per week
Saturdays
3pm - 3:55pm
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Next on Sat Sep 10

Meets Once per week
Saturdays
5pm - 5:45pm
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Description

Class Experience

Geography & Culture
Locate Spanish speaking countries on a map and where it is in relation to their country; learn directional words such as north, south, east, west; Students will be introduced to the cultures of different Spanish speaking countries. 

Linguistics
Using a variety of graphic organizers, the teacher will guide their learning about how English and Spanish are alike, and how these languages are different, and study cognates to increase vocabulary. 

Listening/Speaking
Students will learn to practice short conversational scripts (describing themselves, favorite foods, daily routines, sports, shopping, travel, interests, and more) which can be spoken with Spanish speakers from around the world.

Reading/Writing/Grammar
Students will be introduced to conjugating essential verbs, learn words and expressions related to these verbs, and how to compose short sentences and paragraphs. 

Presentational skills
The teacher will moderate discussions for students based on the topic/theme for the week.

I am a certified to teach K-12 Spanish and English as a Second Language, and (Bilingual) Special Education. I've traveled and studied abroad in several Spanish speaking countries and am currently taking classes to receive Community Spanish Interpretation/Translation certification. 
Parents are encouraged to review what their student has learned after each session, and learners are encouraged to complete assignments and prepare for the upcoming week. Dedicate up to 2 hours per week outside of class for independent study, review, and exploring Spanish programming and music on your own.
Materials will be available each Sunday for the upcoming week in Google Classroom. Upon withdrawal from this class your learner will no longer have access to GC or materials submitted so be sure to save your documents in your drive. Access to a printer is also recommended, so let me know if you are unable to print materials.
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Learners will receive ongoing feedback throughout the session and written feedback is available upon request. 
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Romance languages use general rules to identify the gender of nouns and adjectives. I teach traditional Spanish and am inclusive  of gender neutral vocabulary using @ or X. I recommend having this conversation with your learner prior to enrollment and clearly indicate the preferred gender/pronoun so I can address your learner appropriately when asking general questions or saying general phrases (such as are you ready (¿Estás lista? ¿Estás listo? or referring to students as amiga (females and those who identify as females) or amigo (males and those who identify as males). 

Teacher

Sra. KimberlyExtra extra! Read all about me!
212 total reviews
246 completed classes

About Me

Hello! ¡Hola! Bonjour! Olá! Ciao!  How nice to make your acquaintance! I am currently working towards a Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Instructional Design and Technology. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in... 
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