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¡Vámonos! Beginning Spanish Level 3
In this beginning course, students will learn some basic Spanish grammar, vocabulary and reading. This class is appropriate for students who have taken my course "¡Vámonos! Beginning Spanish Level 2," or students who know Spanish basics.
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over 6 weeks
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In this beginning Spanish course, students will learn to use basic grammar, vocabulary and reading in Spanish. The course consists of 12 classes; each class is 30 minutes. This class is appropriate for students who have taken my course "¡Vámonos! Beginning Spanish Level 2," or beginning Spanish students who can introduce and talk about themselves and their daily schedule, know the alphabet and letter sounds in Spanish, and know the numbers, colors, days, months. The goal of this course is...
In Spanish, students will be able to (using complete sentences): - Say the date - Count to 100 - Use the verbs estar, tener, hacer, limpiar - Talk about the locations of rooms and things in a house using prepositions of place
I am a teacher by trade. I lived and worked (in a Spanish-speaking environment) in El Salvador, Central America for over seven years. I am excited to share my love of the Spanish language with your child!
I will provide a worksheet after each class for extra practice.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kirsten ZimmermanBS in Middle Childhood Education
37 total reviews
52 completed classes
Hello! My name is Kirsten. It would be my pleasure to teach your child Spanish! I am a full-time K-5 TESOL teacher at an elementary school. I have a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Middle Level Education from the University of Akron in Akron,...