Exclusive material + unlimited online mentoring + 4 Skype hours per month: complete Spanish course.
You’ll have one Skype lesson every week with your teacher, but that’s not all! You’ll receive our exclusive material to prepare your lessons and you’ll be asked to work a little bit by yourself. Besides, you have the possibility to contact your teacher by email during the week, so
you can ask any doubts or ask for more material and take the most out of your Skype lessons.
What kind of material will I receive?
We create our own original material, specially designed for online learning. When you choose to register for this comprehensive course you’ll receive dynamic presentations and videos to study and practice. Besides, your teacher will send you some tasks for you to continue your learning process with some self studying, which is essential for language acquisition. These tasks are not the typical grammar exercises, which are traditionally very repetitive and not very appealing. On the contrary, we offer a variety of activities to cater for your own interests
What kind of lesson can I expect?
As you receive part of the material before the lesson, you always know the content in advance and you’ll have time to prepare for the lesson, know the topic and, therefore, make the most of the online tutoring, this is an adapted flipped classroom, a methodology that we find extremely useful and totally adapted to the needs of our students all around the world. After the lesson, you’ll receive material to practice. Moreover, you also have access to online tutoring, which means you can contact your teacher if you have any questions. With this methodology, you’ll enjoy the time with your teacher during the lesson, working in an interactive way and focusing on your communication skills. You’ll practice all the contents you are studying with speaking activities based on our selection of carefully curated resources, and you’ll be asked to participate as much as possible.
What are the contents of the course?
The contents depend on your language level before beginning the course (you’ll previously do a level test), your goals and needs, and the time you can reserve to working by yourself. Of course, the four basic language skills are an important part of the course (speaking, listening, writing and reading) and you will practice them not only during the lesson but also by reading the recommended articles, watching series, documentaries, and other motivating activities that your teacher will recommend during your course. This has proven to be the best way to learn a foreign language: engaging.