B1+B2 SUPER-INTENSIVE SPANISH COURSE MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9:00 - 13:30
Super-intensive Spanish course B1+B2
Intensive course aimed at students who wish to begin their knowledge of the Spanish language and culture with a methodology based on the “learning by doing” model and classes adapted to the specifications of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This option is designed for people who want to make faster progress in learning the language and can go to class every day from Monday to Friday.
The super-intensive course also includes extra practice in oral expression and interaction, linguistic challenges in real situations, outings to emblematic places of the city, and special training for the preparation of accreditation of language competence exams.
The intermediate block (B-levels) in learning Spanish as a foreign or second language is where each participant acquires the skills that will allow them to function in the family environment, in the educational field and in the workplace.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
Ø Understand long speeches and lectures and even follow complex lines of argument when the topic is relatively familiar. Cover almost all TV news and current affair programs. Understand most of the movies in which a standard language level is spoken.
Ø Read articles and reports related to contemporary problems in which the authors adopt specific positions or points of view. Understand contemporary literary prose.
Ø Participate in a conversation with some fluency and spontaneity, which makes normal communication with native speakers possible. Also, can take an active part in debates developed in everyday situations, explaining, and defending his/her points of view.
Ø Present clear and detailed descriptions of a wide range of topics that are related to his/her speciality. Know how to explain a point of view on a subject by exposing the advantages and disadvantages of different options.
Ø Write clear and detailed texts on a wide range of topics related to their interests. Write essays or reports conveying information or proposing reasons to support or refute a particular point of view. Know how to write letters that highlight the importance he/she attaches to certain facts and experiences.