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Novice Level Spanish – first cycle
Program based on salient pedagogical research on language learning and language acquisition.
Sessions led by highly qualified native speakers.
You belong to a community of learners and native speakers in which to advance your language.
Gamified experience. Reward yourself for learning Spanish.
WHAT WILL I LEARN
During the basic level cycles you develop vocabulary and language abilities to converse about everyday life as well as the confidence to engage in conversations on a variety of topics. In this first cycle, you will develop an initial fluency based on the use of specific vocabulary and basic expressions.
In this first cycle, you will develop an initial fluency based on the use of specific vocabulary and basic expressions. You will learn to communicate simple ideas about topics that interest you. Our weekly topics will be based on your interests and those of your group. Once your group is set up, you will receive a message telling you the dates and times of the meetings as well as the topics we will discuss during the cycle. In the meantime, I invite you to explore the suggested resources so that you become familiar with our website and start learning right away.
Reward yourself for learning!
What is something you would like to give yourself for sticking to your plan to learn Spanish? As part of your learning experience, we want you to give yourself a reward for the dedication and effort you will have to put forth to reach your goals with Spanish. This reward can be anything, a trip, a book, a day for yourself, etc. Just make sure it is something you really want, and that it is worth your effort.
If by the end of this cycle you have accumulated 1000 points, you should give yourself that gift. You earned it! Given that reaching your goal requires effort, it is important that you give yourself rewards along the way.
Think of other perks you can give yourself for going beyond your weekly targets. Once you have decided what your prizes will be, the practice guides found in the Resources section will help you decide how to accumulate points and get ready for the conversation club and other activities. Of course, the guides are just ideas, you can mix and match activities as you see fit.
I wish you a lot of success,
Marisol Marcin, Ph.D.