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Italian ll: Learn to Speak, Read, Write in Italian With a Native Speaker.
Once per week
over 6 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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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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This class will build off Class 1, where students learned basic greetings, colors, numbers, days of the week, fruits, animals and select forms of the verb ser. If your student has this knowledge, please join our class. We will use popular children's stories to bridge our way into Spanish. We will continue with animals, basic verbs, foods, weather, feelings and descriptive adjectives. Children will be encouraged to use the language by repeating words and phrases and also answering direct...
I have been speaking Spanish since I was quite young. My mother felt it was very beneficial for me to learn a second language, and started teaching me, as she herself endeavored to master the language. She took me to whatever cultural venues she could find, The Spanish Repertorio, flamenco dances or guitar ensembles at cultural centers, usw. When I was 11, she sent me to visit friends and spend the summer in Costa Rica. I even had the opportunity to go to school there for a time. It was an unforgettable experience that set me on a new trajectory. Later, I studied Spanish in high school, and majored in Spanish (and Economics) in college. I spent part of my first year in Ecuador, where I was once again immersed in the language. I also had the opportunity to study the history at the university and explore the culture living with a host family. My studies and travels have since led me to return numerous times to Costa Rica, branch out to include Nicaragua, live and travel in Spain, and take a number of trips to Mexico, where I lived amongst locals.. I have also had the opportunity to host visitors from overseas, including Spain, Colombia, and Mexico, thus continuing the tradition of cultural exchange. Over the years, I have developed near native fluency in the Spanish language. I use it on a daily basis, speak it at home, and have taught it now to students of all ages, including preschoolers and college professors. As a native English speaker, (and a grammarian at heart) I have the added bonus of possessing a deep understanding of the aspects of language that English speakers struggle with, and can tailor my lessons accordingly. I love languages, and I love seeing students have those aha moments, when things suddenly connect and make sense. Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world and it can build so many bridges for young people. I can help them build a solid foundation for that bridge.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Brigid PérezHumanities Educator
285 total reviews
483 completed classes
I have been teaching and tutoring students for over 20 years, as a middle school and high school teacher, a college adjunct, and children's museum educator. I am also a homeschool mom to three of the best students in the world! ;-) My oldest,...