Group Language Training

Group classes are offered on a specific schedule and require a minimum group size of 7 students. New courses are added frequently. Classes include sequential language training such as Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels, and specialized language courses to develop specific skills such as conversation or writing.

 

These classes are delivered to you LIVE via Zoom with specific starting and ending dates.
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Class begins Friday, June 17, 2022 - July 29, 2022, with Professor: Susan W. Herrera, Ph.D.
(no class on July 8)


This class meets Fridays from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm (EST).
The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

For more information regarding schedule and registration, please click here.

Amistad Café is a Spanish conversation course for Intermediate to Advanced students.

This course is based on the concept of developing friendships across cultures by learning about and discussing different aspects of the Spanish-speaking world.

Themes range from art and architecture to literature, women, family, travel, and more.

During each session, students learn new vocabulary, improve their grammar, and expand their ability to speak in Spanish in a friendly and supportive environment.

 

 

 

Class begins June 9, 2022 -July 13, 2022, with Professor: Rosa Maria Weaver
This class meets Thursdays from 9:00 - 10:30 am (EST)

The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

For more information regarding schedule and registration, please click here.

This course is open to new students and those who have attended Spanish  Intermediate I. To enroll in this class, students should have a good knowledge of the basics of the Spanish language

including vocabularies such as days of the week, months and seasons, directions, telling time, family, shopping, travel, and descriptive adjectives.

Students should be able to participate in a simple conversation in Spanish, using regular and some stem-changing verbs in the present tense.

Students in this class may have some differences in Spanish language skills, based on previous language learning experiences.

Using a communicative/conversational approach, students will review and expand their knowledge of Spanish including conversation, listening, reading, simple writing, and basic grammar.

Students will develop conversation skills about everyday life, travel survival skills such as shopping, likes and dislikes, food, health, travel, clothing, and directions. Grammar skills will include stem-changing verbs, use of reflexive verbs, preterite tense, and others.

 

 

Class begins June 14, 2022 - July 26, 2022 with Professor: Susan W. Herrera, Ph.D.
(no class July 5) 

This class meets Tuesdays from 5:30 - 7:00 pm (EST)

The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

For more information regarding schedule and registration, please click here.

This course is the final course in the Beginner Series.  To enroll in this class, students have to have completed the Beginner Level Series I - V or equivalent and be ready to transition to the Intermediate level but feel the need to have a comprehensive review of applying the knowledge learned to real-life situations comfortably. 

Upon completion of this course, students will have mastered and be able to apply the basic knowledge acquired in the Beginner-Level Series including numbers, seasons, dates, time, weather, family, occupation, introductions, travel, food, health, clothing, and introductory grammar such as stem-changing verbs in the present and preterite tenses, future with "ir", plurals of adjectives and adverbs, direct and indirect objects, reflexive pronouns and possessive adjectives.

 

 

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This class meets Wednesdays from 5:15 - 6:45 pm (EST)
The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

For more information regarding schedule and registration, please click here.

This course is open to new students and those who have attended Spanish for Intermediate II (or equivalent). To enroll in this class, students should have a good knowledge of the basics of the Spanish language including vocabulary such as directions, telling time, family, shopping, traveling, weather, past times. Students should be able to participate in a simple conversation in Spanish, using regular present tense verb structures.   Students in this class may have some differences in Spanish language skills, based on previous language learning experiences.

Using a communicative/conversational approach, students will review and expand their knowledge of Spanish including conversation, listening, reading, simple writing, and basic grammar. Students will develop conversation skills about everyday life, travel survival skills such as shopping, giving, and getting directions, likes and dislikes, food, health, and more.  Students will review basic grammar skills including regular and irregular verbs, reflexive verbs, and basic preterite tense.

The Spanish Culture component will focus on a general introduction to the Spanish-speaking world, with topics such as geography, history, literature, art, cultural values, festivals, and celebrations as well as beliefs and attitudes.

 

 

CLASS NOT IN SESSION THIS TERM
Check Back for Updates with Professor: Rosa Maria Weaver

This class meets Wednesdays from 5:15 - 6:45 pm (EST)
The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

For more information regarding schedule and registration, please click here.

This course is designed for students with little or no Spanish background.

Level I focuses on learning the alphabet, numbers, pronunciation, and some grammar.

Conversation and vocabulary will focus on everyday life such as greetings, customs, family, and learning how to maximize vocabulary learning through various tools including cognates, media, online resources, and more.

 

 

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This class meets _________ from ____________ (EST)
The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

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This course is a continuation of Spanish Language and Culture for Beginners II (or equivalent).

To enroll in this class, students must have a basic knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, seasons, dates, time, weather, family, colors, introductions, nouns and adjectives, and simple vocabulary.   

Level III focuses on reviewing and expanding skills learned in Level II, including conversation, pronunciation, listening, reading, and simple writing.

Students will develop conversation skills about everyday life at home, and travel survival skills such as shopping, health, likes and dislikes, food, and directions.

Upon completion of this level, students will have a basic knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, seasons, dates, time, weather, family, occupation, introductions, and introductory grammar such as present tense regular verb usage, and ser and estar. 

 

 

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This class meets Thursdays from 9:00 - 10:30 am (EST)
The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

For more information regarding schedule and registration, please click here.

This course is designed for students with little or no Italian background.

Level I focuses on learning the alphabet, numbers, pronunciation, and some grammar. Conversation and vocabulary will focus on everyday life such as greetings, customs, family, and learning how to maximize vocabulary learning through various tools including cognates, media, online resources, and more.

Upon completion of this level, students will have a basic knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, introductions, pronunciation, and simple vocabulary.

 

 

 

 

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The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

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This course is a continuation of Italian for Beginners Level I (or equivalent). It is designed for students with a limited Italian background.

Level 2 focuses on learning some more basic grammar and conversation. Conversation and vocabulary will focus on everyday life such as daily routines, work activities, traveling, and learning how to maximize vocabulary learning through various tools including cognates, media, online resources, and more.

Upon completion of this level, students will have a basic knowledge of some useful verbs for conversation, prepositions, adjectives, and vocabulary related to the themes.

 

 

 

 

 

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This class meets _________ from___________ (EST)
The class is 6 weeks, 1.5 hours per session = 9 hours total

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This course is a continuation of French Language and Culture for Beginners V or equivalent. To enroll in this class, students should have a good knowledge of the basics of the French language including vocabulary such as days of the week, months and seasons, directions, telling time, family, and descriptive adjectives. Students should be able to participate in a simple conversation in French, using regular present tense verb structures.   Students in this class may have some differences in French language skills, based on previous language learning experiences.

Using a communicative/conversational approach, students will review and expand their knowledge of French including conversation, listening, reading, simple writing, and basic grammar. Students will develop conversation skills about everyday life, travel survival skills such as shopping, likes and dislikes, food, health, and more.