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Lite Spanish Camp for Beginners, Part 1

In this 3-week, 3 days a week course, your kids will learn over 50 words and phrases in the Spanish language in a fun group club, with a certified language teacher with over 8 years of experience.
Señora Sarah
40 total reviews for this teacher
New class
25 minutes
per class
3x per week
over 3 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does aMulti-Daycourse 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

How Outschool Works

Available Times

Pacific Time

Tue Aug 16

Aug 16 - Sep 2 (3 weeks)
Tu, Th, Fr
7pm - 7:30pm

Tue Aug 16

Aug 16 - Sep 2 (3 weeks)
Tu, Th, Fr
10:30pm - 10:55pm
Outside 6am-10pm in your local time.

Tue Sep 27

Sep 27 - Oct 14 (3 weeks)
Tu, Th, Fr
11:30pm - 12am
Outside 6am-10pm in your local time.

Wed Sep 28

Sep 28 - Oct 14 (3 weeks)
We, Th, Fr
4:30pm - 5pm
Don't see a time that works for you?


Class Experience

Students will learn over 50 words and phrases to express themselves in Spanish. 
I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Language Education. 
I have spoken Spanish for 18 years. 
I lived in Mexico for 6 years, where I used Spanish in everyday life. 
I hold a TEFL certificate. 
I have taught foreign language online since 2014. 
Homework will be completely optional and assigned in a post in the virtual classroom. Homework may include custom worksheets and word searches, all designed by the teacher. Not every class will include homework.
Students will not need: -a working electronic device that can operate both Zoom and the Nearpod website. -a pencil and a notebook, to write down new vocabulary. *If students are slow to write down new vocabulary, or it is difficult for them to do this during class, the teacher can provide the vocabulary in advance upon request.*
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Assessment is informal for this class. The teacher provides written feedback to each family regarding what was the learned and the students' performance after each lesson. 

Depending on the class and the lesson, feedback may consist of an overall review of what was studied for the whole group, rather than individual messages per student every single day.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Please note that I use Nearpod for my lessons. Nearpod is a website that allows teachers to create slide presentations with interactive activities for students. A link will be provided via the Zoom chat box during the live class to access Nearpod. I will also provide the necessary 5 digit code to access the lesson. If students wish, I can also provide them with a link to access the lesson on their own time after class. 

I may use Kahoot in this class. or I may not. Kahoot is a website where teachers design quiz games for students to test their knowledge and review what they've learned. If I use Kahoot in class, I will provide students with the necessary link and Game PIN to access the Kahoot game. I will also include this information in the virtual classroom, for students who wish to play the Kahoot game at a later time. 

Please note that I cannot provide Zoom links for students to enter the session. Outschool does not allow this. 

Children should be able to handle technological functions like accessing the Zoom chat box, turning on or off their microphone on Zoom, clicking a link to open the Nearpod website, navigating to the Nearpod website, and opening a new tab on their internet browser to see the Nearpod website. They should be able to click answers to questions on their screens. It would also be good for them to know how to navigate between Zoom and an external website, since they'll need to do this during class to participate in the Nearpod games. 


Students need to be able to read to participate in this class. 


Students are expected to raise their hand to share their thoughts, or answer/ask questions. Interruptions will be handled with patience, but I may need to mute a student that constantly interrupts the teacher or their fellow classmates. I don't like to mute anyone, because I want to encourage open and free participation, but sometimes I may need to in order to maintain a good class flow.


Señora Sarah
Lives in the United States
Spanish and Cooking Classes
40 total reviews
75 completed classes

About Me


Hi, I'm Sarah! I've taught children online since 2014, and I'm excited to meet your kids!

I lived and trekked around Mexico (and a bit in Guatemala) for 7 years. I'm looking... 
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