UPCOMING: 10-week Spanish course for grades K–2
Saturdays 10–11am in Kenilworth starting September 22, 2018.
- Fun and engaging, drawing heavily from songs and stories.
- Students will learn basic conversation and new vocabulary, allowing them to organically pick up the flow of the Spanish language while they are still young.
- Basic elements of structure will be learned naturally, through listening and practice, providing great preparation for further study later on.
- A beginning level course, but students should come in knowing numbers 1-10 and basic phrases like “Hola,” “Adiós,” and “¿Cómo estás?”.
- Small group size (max 8 students) for greater individual attention.
- Links to class materials (songs, stories) will be emailed to parents, allowing for extra practice at home.
Carla has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts and a BA from Harvard in Expression and Culture Studies. She studied abroad at the Universidad de Chile and the P. Universidad Católica in Santiago, Chile, conducted research at the Escuela del Relato, a storytelling school for adults in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and taught in Ecuador with WorldTeach. She speaks Spanish, French, Azerbaijani, and varying levels of Italian, Lama, Russian, and Turkish, and has experience teaching young children (subjects including music, English, and Spanish) in the United States, Azerbaijan, Togo, Benin, and Ecuador. She recently spent a month in Guanajuato, Mexico, with her 5-year-old daughter.
Classes run September 22–December 8. Cost: $90 for the full series, payable in advance through PayPal (Friends and Family option) to cseidl [at] post.harvard.edu. No class October 20 or November 24th. Address of classes is 34 Caledonia Rd., Asheville. Try to arrive 5-10 min early to allow for a prompt start.
Note: Please register ahead of time! Enrollment of fewer than four students will result in course cancellation.
Email with any questions: carla [dot] seidl [at] gmail.com.