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The Physical Response Method
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Do you want your kids and teenagers to learn a language with fun and joy never missing the lesson?
La Españolita is the best choice you can make.
Our main goal is to mix efficiency and fun, to have a playful, creative, dynamic and natural way of learning, just to spend the whole lesson meaningfully.
An emphasis with small kids is put on physical and creative activities, where the subconscious learning takes place and creates the core in this method. Doing so, the acquired knowledge is much more fixed and no writing is needed for the smallest ones.
Children spend the lessons creating their own games, paintings, songs, they learn by dancing and moving as it is a recognized manner of fixed memorizing for the youngest, developing their interest in the learning process.
The teenagers learn through the situations that are simulated by the teacher or from the real world around them. The student book is used as minimum is possible. The emphasis is put on their own invention and creativity and effort. The lessons for the students contains grammar structure that is always integrated into the dialogues, texts and oral speech so student can logically understand them and speak with correct grammar in the meaningful phrases and later conversations.
The topics are actual according to the part of the year and its feasts. So e.g. when Easter holidays are coming, the kids learn about the topic and the vocabulary. The lessons vary so the kids do not get bored. One lesson is more creative, the other is more musical. The lessons can be accompanied by live guitar songs made specially for the lessons with the required new vocabulary.
Please don´t expect to see a huge amount of papers and a dictionary filled with new vocabulary from the lessons. The spent time is a game, creation, movement, music and it develops naturally according to the needs of the children in the class within the Spanish language. Comprehension and talking is important here, not writing.