Young Spanish II
This course builds on the concepts learned in Young Spanish I. It is designed for students between the ages of 10 and 13 who have completed Spanish for Children: Primer A. The Primer B depends heavily on particular structures from Primer A, so it is recommended that students begin with Young Spanish I even if they have had some prior Spanish experience.
Students will be introduced to more complex vocabulary and language structures through short grammar lessons, short readings, oral recitations, and conversation practice. By the end of this class, older students should consult with the teacher to see if they should continue to either High School Spanish I or High School Spanish II.
The class includes 15 hours of live, online instruction per semester. Written exercises and oral chants designed for students to practice the newly acquired forms will be assigned weekly.
Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.
“REGISTER” buttons for 2018-2019 will become active on 7 February 2018.
Prerequisites: Young Spanish I; completion of Spanish for Children Primer A; or by permission of insructor
Instructor:Marcella Kerrigan, B.A. email@example.com
Age Level: 10 - 12 years
Grade Level: 5 - 8
Minimum Enrollment Required: 5
Maximum Class Size: 15
Tuition per Semester: $180.00
Class Meets: Wednesdays, 1:45 – 2:45 PM Pacific
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Fall enrollment is closed. Students may be able to enroll with the instructor’s permission. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Spring registration opens Oct 18th.
Marcella Kerrigan, B.A.
Marcella Kerrigan received her B.A. from Hillsdale College, graduating from the Honors Program with a double major in Spanish and English. While at college, she was part of the Spanish Department’s tutoring program. Following graduation, she spent a year teaching English Literature at a bilingual school in Mexico and then worked at an elementary school as a reading aide for struggling students. After her daughter was born she took a break from formal employment but was able to spend a year living in Spain when her husband received a Fulbright Grant to do research in Madrid.
She currently lives in Wayne, Nebraska, where she homeschools her two children and volunteers with a program that provides instruction for community members who are learning English. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking sourdough bread, reading about theology and novels in Spanish and English.
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