Our Spanish course is designed to meet the busy schedules of working professionals, adults, and students, who find their days consumed by the requirements of a busy lifestyle.
The main focus of this program is placed on developing conversational as well as listening- comprehension skills. On the other hand, reading comprehension and writing skills are a small part of teaching as they are developed through homework and individual assignments. Students should expect at least one and one-half hours of homework per class.
The Spanish courses are taught in Spanish only and are designed to help the student acquire fluency and accuracy to deal with everyday conversations or situations that they may come upon.
This program offers four levels of Spanish:
- Small group settings with dynamic, interactive, student-centered learning
- Quality instruction by professional and experienced teachers trained in BEI functional-conversational Total Activity Approach TM.
- Fully equipped modern language classrooms
- Corporate and off-site instruction is available.
Eight weeks cycle $300.00
- Evening schedule (8 weeks)
Monday-Thursday 6:00PM – 8:30PM
- Saturday schedule (8 weeks)
From 9:00AM – 12:00PM
Materials are not included
Monthly payments of $ 150 are available
Note: Applications should be received by the application deadline. A minimum of five students is required to open a class. After the application deadline, sections may be added or canceled depending on student enrollment, so early application is recommended. Students applying after the application deadline will be placed in classes on a space available basis. If no space is available, students will receive a full refund.
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Spanish Levels Definitions:
This level is created for those individuals that have never been taught Spanish before and for those that have a limited knowledge of the language. In terms of communication, the student will acquire a sufficient amount of vocabulary and language tools to help him/her cope with conversations ranging from simple to somewhat complex.
Topics will vary; greetings, numbers, and simple vocabulary to deal with daily activities such as renting a car, using the post office, shopping for clothes or food, ordering food or creating short conversations about home, work or education are a few examples of such topics.
Spanish Intermediate Level
This level strengthens the language skills that students previously learned. The students attain a larger bank of vocabulary words and language tools, which give them the opportunity to communicate in more complex situations than the novice student would. The vocabulary and topics to be studied range in scope from making telephone calls with or without operator assistance, making a hotel or restaurant reservation expressing preferences, going to the doctor to dealing with daily activities such as food shopping, using the barber shop, etc. Some of the topics seen in the beginner level are repeated but these topics are studied more carefully and communicative production from students is increasingly more complex.
Spanish High-Intermediate Level
This level emphasizes the oral – listening communication skills of the Spanish language; therefore, the oral communication is more complex and detailed than in previous levels. In addition, several reading comprehension exercises are provided as part of the course work for homework as well as classroom work.
Additionally, the listening and speaking skills are put to a test with the provision of a wide variety of learning situations. There is an ample range of vocabulary to be acquired to strengthen deal with more complex and detailed situations that the novice or intermediate student would not be able to face.
The topics to be studied in this level are repetitions of those studied in previous levels but the detailed vocabulary to be learned provide students with better tools to face even more complex situations than before. Examples of these are solving communication problems using the telephone, requesting a bank loan, fixing a car problem, following commands to prepare a recipe, going to the hospital, etc.
This level marks the conclusion of the Spanish Program. It is designed to polish the conversational skills and language tools acquired in previous levels. During this course students address any weak points or doubts in grammar or other topics that they may have to help them achieve proficiency and fluency in the language.
The language production at this level should be of greater complexity than that in previous levels and students need to demonstrate a superior command of the language.