Archivos del autor: espanoluninter

Aprender es divertido: Putney School visita el Jardín etnobotánico de Cuernavaca

Aprendizaje significativo: Acompañados de sus Profesoras de español, los chicos de Putney School visitaron el Jardín etnobotánico y museo del INAH en Cuernavaca además de conocer la colección de plantas y sus usos, tuvieron un taller de elaboración de pomadas medicinales; ¡otra buena forma divertida de aprender español!.  

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“SWCOLT and Universidad Internacional partnership is highly impactful and pertinent for students and teachers”

“Speaking for our community of language educators in the southwest states of the U.S., I view our partnership as highly impactful and pertinent in a time when we are seeking to support the growth of Spanish language in our schools and strengthen opportunities for bilingual and bicultural citizenship for students and for our teachers. Thank you for this incredible outreach and partnership between

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Spanish language programs in Mexico: “Cuernavaca, one of the best places to learn Spanish in the world”

Spanish language programs in Mexico:  “Cuernavaca, one of the best places to learn Spanish in the world” The Mexican chamber of Commerce and Tourism, Morelos State and Cuernavaca government  invited Summer International students to a Mexican party with Mariachis, dances of Chinelos and Mexican food. All ages students from USA, Germany, Bahamas, Switzerland, Canada, Sweden, China, Netherlands, Japan, Arabia combine

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Language comes alive for LT Spanish students: Chicago Tribune

Over spring break, 34 Lyons Township High School students and two teachers travelled to Cuernavaca, Mexico, a city of 1.5 million people located about 70 miles south of Mexico City, and were completely immersed in the Mexican culture and language. Students attended classes at the Universidad Internacional in Cuernavaca, a specialty school of linguistics. They studied in small classes, with anywhere

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Last summer I enrolled my kids in Spanish classes, hey loved the experience…

Last summer I went to Mexico to the Universidad Internacional to do some training in Spanish for health professions. I enrolled my kids in Spanish classes and a summer camp where they spent three weeks learning Spanish and hanging out with Mexican children. It was not easy for them at first but in the end they loved the experience. It

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