Resources

Five Ways to practice speaking Spanish for free.

How can I practice my Spanish without paying for an additional course?

This is a question I get asked a lot by my Spanish students, from beginners through to advanced speakers.  Exchange programmes can be expensive and are only usually for a few weeks of the year and if you’ve already signed up for a course the last thing you want is to be paying for an additional conversation course. What you need when you’re learning a second language is plenty of practice and consistency.

So, in this blog post I provide some methods that will get you practicing your Spanish every day and won’t cost a penny (except for maybe the odd coffee). Continue reading “Five Ways to practice speaking Spanish for free.”

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Courses

On Line Spanish Conversation Workshop

Following the success of my last Six-Week On Line Spanish Course I have designed a two-hour conversation workshop in which beginners can improve the speaking and listening skills gained in previous courses.  Tickets are just £35 per person and are available via EventbriteContinue reading “On Line Spanish Conversation Workshop”

Courses

OnLine Spanish Course for adults

Starting this June you can now learn Spanish from the comfort of your own home with my 6-week Online Spanish Course in which I will teach you basic holiday Spanish.

We will meet OnLine every Monday 7.30-8.30pm from 6th June – 11th July 2016Continue reading “OnLine Spanish Course for adults”

Resources for children, Reviews

Review: Rockalingua

We have just signed up for the Family Subscription with Rockalingua and I just had to write this blog post about it as it is a fantastic resource!  Everything from the design and quality of the videos and songs to the worksheets is faultless – As a Home Educator and Spanish teacher I can’t believe I didn’t subscribe sooner! Continue reading “Review: Rockalingua”

Spanish Club

“Plant People” Game

This is a great game to accompany a food unit. The children have to think of 10 fruits and vegetables. Once they have ten items s/he is required to draw that person using only the items on the list.  Then they can label the body parts in Spanish. Continue reading ““Plant People” Game”