SPANISH FOR CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS
Our offering for children is very dynamic and creative. We deliver an effective, playful, and cultural atmosphere where children use different resources like games, songs, and crafts to learn the language. Studying a language from an early age helps children acquire skills and knowledge in a more effective way. At Spanish-eLearning, we encourage all parents to sign up their little ones for our courses so that they can enjoy learning a new language and culture full of surprises for them.
The methodology used in teaching Spanish for children
The way a child learns a language is very different from that of an adult. For this reason, at Spanish-eLearning we work with a different methodology focused on indirect learning. The idea is to progressively stimulate the child’s oral comprehension and vocabulary through games and activities in our virtual classroom.
Playing is what encourages children to learn as they do it subconsciously. Teachers lead the activities, guiding and fostering the child’s creativity in a playful and interactive way.
As a child becomes older, we use other learning techniques to introduce grammar through easy questions and answers. At this stage, we also start introducing cultural elements related to the Spanish language.
The objectives of Spanish for children
√ To have an interesting first experience with the Spanish language.
√ To be able to understand and express simple messages.
√ To learn and expand one’s vocabulary through games.
√ To learn a new language based on daily activities.
The methodology used in teaching Spanish for teenagers
The way a teenager learns a language is different from a child; teenagers are fully aware of the learning process. Our methodology is adapted to teen interests. This means we create debates on topics of interest to this age group. Students will be able to handle real situations in which they will be able to successfully cope in both verbal and written contexts.
The objectives of Spanish for teenagers
√ To make their interaction in Spanish easier at social and family levels.
√ To get to know the unique and different aspects of Spanish culture.
√ To be able to carry out a conversation in day-to-day situations.
√ To help foreign teen students who are studying through a Spanish program at secondary or university level, like O Level / A Level / GCSE / IGCSE / IB (International Baccalaureate) to prepare for their exams.