Qualified Teachers and the Communicative Approach are the bases of our courses.
Our classes have a maximum of 10 students. Reduced class sizes allow teachers to create lessons that are entirely focused on the student's progress and develop an environment that gives them self-confidence through teacher support. Thus, we ensure high-quality teaching and personal attention to each student in the learning group.
All our teachers are native speakers with a recognized qualification for teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language. Besides, they have the experience, passion, enthusiasm, and commitment to the Spanish Language.
Our experienced teachers continuously interact with students to make them feel confident and help them reach the fluency needed in real-life situations. Lessons are focused on the language as a medium of communication; emphasis is given to meaning rather than language acquisition. The communicative approach is much more student-orientated because student's needs and interests dictate it.
LEARN SPANISH THROUGH FUN & GAMES
The Salvadorian Spanish School offers Spanish classes for children. Kids Spanish lessons are an immersion of activities and games. This entertaining and educational language program is taught through drama, music, games, reading, and writing and is both age and Spanish level appropriate.
This course covers the material equivalent to Level A1 international standard.
Upon completion of these courses you will be able to:
1. Greet and say good-bye.
2. Introduce yourself and others.
3. Ask questions about people, places, and things.
4. Use basic vocabulary: family, numbers, colors, and directions.
5. Tell time.
6. Place an order in a restaurant and learn to shop.
7. Master basic grammar and pronunciation.
8. Start to read and write.
1. Ask and give directions (using “hay”).
2. Count to one million.
3. Talk about the weather.
4. Express likes and dislikes.
5. Express daily routines.
6. Use Spanish verbs (To Be, To Have, To Go, To Like)
7. Master basic grammar and pronunciation.
8. Express yourself in the present and past tense.
Continue honing your language skills using the cultural approach; we offer two levels of intermediate Spanish lessons. These 2 courses are equivalent to level A2 of the international standard.
Our classes are designed to help you practice Spanish through conversation, interaction, and fun! You’ll develop speaking and writing abilities, master the correct use of pronouns and prepositions, and use Spanish verbs in present, past, and future tenses.
Every class features Spanish songs, videos, readings, open conversations, and writing exercises. All courses last twelve weeks. Classes are held once a week.
Advanced Spanish lessons provide the opportunity to enhance your speaking skills, practice grammar, and develop new writing skills. Online classes.
Small group classes.
You can expect to learn fluent Spanish in our classes because we create a natural Spanish-speaking environment, where current issues of the Hispanic world are discussed. See you in class! Online or in person.
Besides potentially earning valuable college credit to put towards your degree, studying Spanish abroad may be a perfect choice for a number of reasons. As you take your first steps out of your academic and personal comfort zone, you could expand your knowledge in a myriad of ways.
When browsing potential Spanish study abroad programs, why not consider some of these other possible benefits.
Where you study Spanish abroad could greatly affect the culture, people, and education you encounter. Before deciding where to go, it might be important to determine what you want out of your study abroad program. Do you want the chance to volunteer while you’re there? Or maybe you’re interested in learning a specific Spanish dialect? Even still, you might just want more travel opportunities!
The following provides a more in-depth look into some areas you could go to study Spanish abroad.
Costa Rica could be another great place to expand your Spanish abilities. Many study Spanish abroad programs are offered out of Costa Rica’s capital city of San José. By being located in this major metropolis, you could have access to some prestigious colleges and universities. These might be the same schools that your Costa Rican neighbors attend. Speak with your peers for a little extra help in your work. Or they might be a great way to find out more about the city’s culture (and nightlife!).
But if the city isn’t for you, don’t worry. Costa Rica is home to lush forests, exciting volcanos, and breath-taking ocean views. When you need to escape your studies, it might only be a short trip to a white sand beach.
By taking Spanish lessons in El Salvador you will also get a deeper understanding of El Salvador, the culture, and its people. El Salvador is more than bad news!
Discover this beautiful country and its perfect waves for all surf-levels. Enjoy the tropical lifestyle and learn Spanish at the same time! You won’t regret visiting many places in El Salvador!
Taking Spanish lessons in El Salvador means that you’re fully flexible concerning your schedule. They will provide our free learning manuals and free extra services when you are in a place (Wi fi, water, coffee). You only pay when you’re happy with your lessons!
The Salvadorian Spanish School, located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, offers Spanish instruction to students of all levels. The instructors, Lucia, and Santos Garcia are natives of El Salvador and have been teaching Spanish since 1993 to students, ages five to ninety-five.
Learn to speak Spanish in a friendly and relaxed environment. Our class sizes are intimate – a maximum of 10 students, an average of eight students. Our curriculum is textbook-based, with formal instruction once a week supplemented by optional casual gatherings over coffee to review assignments and practice conversation.
Our students are curious about the Spanish language and have a desire to learn. We work with them to meet their goals in reading, writing, and speaking the Spanish language.
Contact us for more information or to register for the next 12-week session. The courses for all levels start in September, January, and April.
CLASSES RUN SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER AND JANUARY TO JUNE
Children courses are on Saturday mornings.
12 WEEK COURSE
EVENING CLASSES FROM
7:00 PM TO 9:00 PM
ONLINE AND IN PERSON
The week of January 17 (Twelve weeks) Registrations are open now
(Beginners: In-Person – Intermediate & Advanced only via Zoom)
The week of April 11 (Twelve weeks) Registrations are open now
The week of September 13 (Twelve weeks) Registrations are open now
Adult courses are once a week during weekday evenings
from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
• Winter sessions: The week of January 11 (twelve weeks) Registrations are open now
• (Beginners: In-Person – Intermediate & Advanced only via Zoom)
• Spring sessions: The week of April 12 (twelve weeks) Registrations are open now
• Fall sessions: The week of September 13 (twelve weeks) Registrations are open now
Fee | $200 (Non-Refundable) Book $40
Hola Lucía y Santos.
Muchas gracias por la invitación a esta fiesta.
Me llamo Bettina y estoy tomando clases de español con mi hijo Aiden. Nos encanta la experiencia. Las clases son muy divertidas. La Profesora García es una maestra excelente.
Cada semana aprendemos a través de canciones, arte y juegos. Este año aprendimos los colores, las frutas, los animales y los días de la semana… y mucho, mucho más.
Pienso que el español es muy importante porque es uno de los idiomas más importantes del mundo de hoy. Yo soy de los Estados Unidos, del estado de Nueva York. Yo tengo muchos amigos que hablan español. En mi opinión, es importante que los niños aprendan lenguas. Estoy emocionada de tener esta oportunidad con mi hijo.
¡Felicidades a todos por aprender español!
Bettina y Aiden
I really enjoyed my classes last year with Lucía. You are a very good teacher. You are both excellent in promoting your language. I am interested in taking Spanish classes again next year if you have a group that wants to move on in the book from where we ended last year (Unit 20). I leave for México later this week and will return in early February, so I guess I will miss the first 3 lessons. Please let me know if there is going to be a class for this group. I also want to wish you both a very Happy New Year. Gracias
John Carter (Juan)