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Spanish 1 for Teens: Building Confidence and Fluency Part 2

Class
Diana Vivas
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(270)
Middle and high school students can continue their Spanish language journey with the second part of these series. Build more vocabulary, learn grammar, encourage conversation, and practice pronunciation and fluency with a native speaker.

Class experience

Beginner Level
During Part 2 students will learn:
1. How to categorize words either masculine or feminine
2. How to use definite and indefinite articles
3.Asking about objects
4. Indicating quantity 
5. List of verbs and the conjugation in the present continuous tense.
6. Vocabulary in general
7. Sentences in the negative form
8. Asking Who did the action.
During my University years, I worked for a language company in Colombia (CIL),  I was trained by the owner in a conversational teaching method to teach ESL and Spanish to foreigners. It was a great opportunity to learn hands on how to teach others to communicate in other languages, how to teach children both in English and Spanish and how to be a bridge of knowledge in every subject that I was Certified in. It was such a wonderful experience that I kept working for them for more than 8 years giving me vast training in handling English and Spanish classes, I now use that experience and the fact that I am a native Spanish speaker to share what I know with children and to help them cope with anxiety and stress through mindfulness.
Even though my mayor is in International Business, my passion is working with children and learning along the with them.
Homework Offered
There will be activities to be completed during class to get the students use to writing in Spanish, there will be material with vocabulary, video with the pronunciation and an exercise to practice the written part for the students to practice after class.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Assessments upon request.
Grades Offered
Students are advice to take the Introduction class, or know the basics such as:
Greetings
Numbers
The alphabet
Family members
Verb "To Be" to indicate location
Paper, pencils or markers
Bottle of water (Students might get thirsty after the oral repetitions)
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
**During the last 5 to 10 minutes of class, students will review the vocabulary using interactive games from "Blooket" and  Educaplay,. Students Do Not need to create an account, just a parent permission to use Blooket.com/play or
game.educaplay.com and use a Game ID that I will screen share, or use the link that I will provide in the chat.
**During the last 5 to 10 minutes of class, students will review the vocabulary using interactive games from "Blooket" and  Educaplay,. Students Do Not need to create an account, just a parent permission to use Blooket.com/play or
game.educaplay.com and use a Game ID that I will screen share, or use the link that I will provide in the chat.
Star Educator
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(270)
Profile
Hello, I am Diana Vivas, I was born in Colombia and I am happy to be working in Outschool doing what I love the most.

During my years at the university, I had the privilege of being employed by a renowned language company in Colombia CIL. Under... 
Group Class

$12

weekly or $120 for 10 classes
1x per week, 10 weeks
50 min

Completed by 9 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 13-18
3-6 learners per class

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