DURATION: 3 weeks - 60 hours
START DATES: 6/7/2020 ·
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 15 days before programme start date
LEVELS: B2 As per the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL)
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS PER CLASSROOM: maximum: 25 - minimum: 8
COURSE MATERIAL: Materials developed by the school
THE COURSE INCLUDES: Certification + Lessons on the way + Course material + Cultural activities + A 1-day excursion + Full board accommodation in student residences
PLUS... Health insurance, tutoring sessions, student assistance staff, access to university libraries and sports facilities, WI-FI, accommodation and transfer management
Teachers of Spanish and related subjects, with a B2 level, who need to improve their linguistic proficiency and cultural knowledge with the Camino de Santiago as common theme.
This course will provide you with the necessary linguistic and cultural knowledge for you to approach the Spanish language and culture in the specific context of the Camino de Santiago, and learn about the past and the present of this pilgrimage route from different perspectives: anthropology, history, art, literature, music, cinema and landscapes.
The programme includes visits to relevant historical and artistic landmarks that will serve as a context for the en-route lessons.
Besides, this will be a great way for you to update your knowledge about teaching and methodology and develop new strategies so as to improve your teaching technique.
The course includes theoretical and practical sessions out off campus (Pilgrims Museum and Catheral)
START DATE: 6 JULY END DATE: 24 JULY
MORNING SESSIONS: Monday to Friday, from 9.30am to 2pm AFTERNOON SESSIONS: cultural and leisure activities. SATURDAY: excursion (extra activity
Feel at home: halls of residence, families and shared apartments
Enjoy your experience...
Discover a unique region!
All you need to know!
Your best allies to improve your Spanish or learn it from scratch
A great small town!
Building on the past, looking to the future
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