“Let us be your passport to the spanish speaking world.”
It’s never too late to learn spanish! Trust our Brain Path Language™(bpl) teaching approach to gain fluency quickly. Register now for our unique and interactive group classes. They’re easy, fun and designed for people with busy schedules!
ABOUT GROUP CLASSES
Group classes are small and intimate, only 4 to 6 students, to be sure you get individual attention and lots of interaction. The levels are defined by your ability, rather than the time spent in class. Each class will offer new vocabulary along with grammar consistency. You will be exposed to accents from various Spanish speaking countries, giving you an comprehensive knowledge of the language.
Students can participate for FREE in regularly scheduled social activities like happy hours, movie nights, and SELF Non Profit events. You’ll always find native Spanish speakers with whom you can practice your new language skills. Also enrollment gives you access to our 24-hour online program.
EXERCISE YOUR BRAIN
Learning Spanish with our BPL™ (Brain Path Language) System!
NEW CLASSES- New Location!
Stapleton Central Park Recreation Center
12 weeks, from March 6th to May 22th
Adult Beginner class and Intermediate class
5:30pm-7pm and 7pm to 8:3
Our 90 minute classes are offered throughout the week from Monday to Saturday 7:00am to 8:30pm. We are always accepting requests for new class times and schedules.
Choose to attend to our class(es) 1 to 3 hours a week and learn basic spanish in one year!
Call now to schedule your class! 303 200-0622 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutoring in Spanish is available for anyone who needs targeted instruction around a specific topic or help preparing for a test.
Students learn to make introductions, express feelings, ask questions, and hold a basic conversation about everyday situations, family, time, clothing, and food. Also, they’ll acquire more than 1,000 words, 50 present tense verbs, and the basic tools of grammar needed to construct sentences. Aspects of Hispanic culture are featured.
Students learn to use the present continuing tense, future tense, read short stories, make commands, use prepositions, and talk about leisure activities, the weather, and emergencies. Students develop confidence asking questions and understanding basic situations. They will learn more vocabulary and verbs, including irregular verbs.
Students participate in more complicated conversations, expand study of present, past, and future tenses, memorize and use a variety of irregular verbs, make irregular commands, read reports, letters, and selections of simple literature.
Students express themselves without using English, make short summaries of readings, use past and imperfect tenses and compare the two, use direct and indirect objects, use negative and affirmative expressions; discuss topics like vacations, sports, professions, and shopping, increase their vocabulary, and read a short book and discuss it.
INTERMEDIATE READING AND CONVERSATION
We use specialized curriculum designed to improve the Spanish proficiency of our students. The students increase their vocabulary and comprehension as they read and discuss in depth the ideas contained in challenging text.
Students are introduced to the subjunctive tense, receive a complete review of grammar, communication, and culture, they deal with common errors and pitfalls, learn about the history of the Spanish language and the geography of the Spanish-speaking world. Works of Spanish literature are introduced, where students learn more vocabulary and practice expressing themselves on a variety of topics. Check out our success story!
Students will express themselves with expanded fluency, write about general topics, make presentations in the Spanish language, participate in social and career related activities, and read literature in order to talk and write about it in Spanish.
ADVANCED READING AND WRITING
We choose a piece of Spanish literature of an adult reading level to explore with our students. We discuss themes and motifs in each chapter, and clarify questions about grammar and written expression. Students write summaries and reactions to what they read, and our teachers correct common mistakes and misunderstandings that occur.
We use a variety of conversation topics chosen from current events in the news, magazines, and newspapers. The students are immersed in a comfortable atmosphere where they can express themselves and discuss topics freely. Our system is focused on increasing the students’ confidence level as they speak to each other–generating real conversation about real topics. Our teachers act as a moderator of conversation, putting special attention on correcting any mistakes that students make.