Teaching Spanish to immigrants

Do you want to present yourself?

17 October, 2016 | 2 Comments

Dear followers:

Here we are again and this time to offer a presentation of level A1.

What is normally question in Spain when you meet a person? How do you show? Here are the questions and the answers basic.

 

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A country better

12 November, 2015 | 2 Comments

Restart the long break from Spanish assets with a hopeful poetic tale written by our student Etsuko Nakajima in his country, Japan. Here is the introduction of his story Etsuko sequida. It's nice, aren't they?

 

Etsuko: “Ago 70 years that ended the war but the possibility of another war does not stop exixtir, so I hope there is no more war. It also increased the number of single parent families and the number of families on welfare and so I feel like we have a country where all children can live without worry”.

A better world

BEST COUNTRY

I wish that the world is full of love

I want to live without fear

I hope there is no more war

I feel like we have very good ground

Hopefully we live in a better future!

I wish the children grow up healthy and strong!

I feel like that all children have parents

I hope that children live in a land without pollution

I want children to access education

I want to live in a better future!

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Spanish manuals

19 May, 2015 | Comment

The Junta de Andalucía He has published a number of resources for the teaching of the Spanish immigrants who believe that are of interest and that we want to share with you. They are aimed at teachers and immigrant families.

They are as follows:

  • Diversimundo: is a video game for children of 10 a 12 years in which this is the diversity in which we live. It offers an educational guide for parents or teachers to join them in this fun adventure. The game page.
  1. Guides on 10 languages that explain the Spanish education system for immigrant families.
  2. Literacy manuals for teachers who teach Spanish to immigrants with games and very attractive colored illustrations.

And with this resume publications in Spanish!

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How are the Spanish names?

10 November, 2014 | 1 Comment

Dear followers:

We wish to announce that Spanish assets has decided to stop for a few months, Need a break!

This only means that not issue new own exercises for a while, but page will remain active.

Thank you all for your support and…See you in a few months!

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This simple but important exercise will be the last of the season, Hope you enjoy!

Did John is a man or woman? Fernanda is a man or woman?

Knowing this is difficult when you arrive in a new country and want to find work eg. This exercise will help you quickly learn the differences.

1. Introducing a real situation job search:

2. Exercise:

In this exercise you have a memory game to help you remember: Names Spanish man and woman.
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Transcript “Presentations”

28 October, 2014 | 2 Comments

We followed the recommendation of one of our supporters, Juan Ignacio, and we have added the video transcript “Presentations”. So you have always close dialogue.

Transcription: Transcript presentations.

And remembering the videocast with link added: Presentations.

Thanks Juan Ignacio!

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Review of the Spanish capital

16 August, 2014 | Comment

As you have already learned the Spanish autonomous communities and their capitals, suggest you make an easy overview.

You only have to look at a mosaic pictures and guess what's in each, autonomous region to which they belong and the name of the capital of that community. Forward!

Test of espanolas Capital

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If you still have doubts, Write us!

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