Coming October, 2020!
Effective 100% emersion language learning methods. Beginner level students join-in and participate in every class.
Y.M.B.A. Group: Spanish
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Impress Spanish speaking friends and co-workers drawing on friendly Spanish terms. This class will focus on five common greeting phrases and five salutations, as well as their standard replies. Y.M.B.A. is an immersion approach to the language so students can attend any class.
At The Restaurant
Delicious food and fantastic phrases come together as students work with fifteen vocabulary words related to a restaurant experience. Full-sentence question and answer immersion increases student confidence and provide a sentence foundation for future nouns and verbs.
Travel and Vacation
Coast through the airport or hotel while you travel with nouns and verbs used at these locations. Students learn ten nouns and ten verbs which are spoken in inter-changeable phrases. Students are presented with images and asked to reply with their preference as application.
The Five Senses
The questions, "How do you feel?", "How does it smell?", "What do you see?" are practiced in this full immersion introduction class with four replies to each question. Students practice answering in sentences to share their preferences and ideas based on lesson pictures for speaking practice.
A Day For A Hike
Verbs open the door to descriptions. A focus on verbs to serve as a resource for future sentence expansion. Run, walk, swim, drink, eat, hear, and see are taught in simple sentences and a variety of methods to increase comprehension. Students describe what is happening using sentences.
In The City
Experience language around town and among friends with common Spanish phrases. Students practice learn twelve vocabulary words (nouns and verbs) and practice hearing a question and providing a full sentence reply. A variety of learning methods to achieve student retention.
Enjoying The Weather
Perhaps the most common topic of friendly banter, weather. Here is a student's chance to practice six descriptive weather terms and ask one another, "How is the weather?" and "What do you see?". Useful questions allow for a quick to apply conversation.
At The Zoo
Everyone has a favorite zoo animal! Students tour a zoo and use adjectives to describe the animals they see. Class vocabulary includes ten animal nouns and ten adjectives. Students experience a question:answer format for added practice at question recognition and full sentence replies.
At My Home
Location, location, location. The rooms in a home and directional terms (up, down, left, right) are practiced by each student responding to a question to describe a location. The single sentence is adaptable with interchangeable nouns and directional terms to build retention.
Family and Friends
The groundwork for the introduction of family members and friends with a lesson that practices full-sentence replies to the question prompts, "Who is this?", "What is your name?" and 'Where do you live?". Guided by pictures students examine images to verbally reply a response.