Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Time to Start Classes Again!

Welcome back to all students of Spanish! Be sure to explore this blog's archives for suggestions and links. Stay tuned for more!

Friday, February 24, 2012

Preparing for Your Spanish Overseas Program

Whether you're a high school or college student, the academic year is about half over. If you are a teacher or professor, you have probably identified the students who have problems with grammar and know what those problems are. Either way, there isn't enough time in a typical class (nor enough material in a textbook) to sufficiently cover the typical aspects of Spanish that cause problems for beginners, or even for advanced students. If you're a native speaker of Spanish and are teaching English speakers, you may often wonder why your students don't "get" many of the grammatical concepts or why some are so difficult to grasp.

If you want to get good grades, or want to be more effective as a teacher, you will benefit greatly from my intensive grammar reviews.

Whatever the reason for your confusion about Spanish grammar, these books will help you straighten out the mess, remove the cobwebs from your mind, or your students' mind and achieve real proficiency in spoken and written Spanish, as well as improve comprehension of what is heard and read.

So, this very short blog posting will put you ahead of the game or get you on track now.