Final Report For Tesoro Del Valle Elementary: (SPANISH) Within the first couple of weeks of class, students were given simple worksheets to warm up to speaking a new language. We started off by learning how to count in Spanish. Students were given a worksheet where they would trace the names of numbers in Spanish. The students were given an activity every Wednesday while learning different themes such as animals and colors. We then slowly moved into the alphabet. The students were helped by both instructors, since every student learns at their own pace. Students were also taught about the months and days of the week! At our very last session on 12/05/18, we put everything that was learned and turned it into a game for the entire class. The class split into two groups and questions or words were written on the board. The students had to use the help of their team to answer the questions correctly. Both teams did a great job! Everyone got to have fun learning Spanish while also learning how to work as a team.
Please keep in mind that since this is a group class, and every student learns at the pace of the group, it is expected that some children may be faster than others in learning. In this group class we all work as a team, so the faster students get to help their study partners.
We do offer private, one-on-one music & Spanish lessons in the comfort of your home. So, we suggest to continue your children’s training with one of our outstanding instructors so they don’t have a long gap between lessons, and therefore hinder their progress
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