Intermediate Spanish

Kids · Learning
This course is intended to engage intermediate students as they build their ability to understand, develop vocabulary, confidence and love for the Spanish language. Children will be immersed in the Spanish language through total physical response and accessible hands on and movement based activities that maximize comprehensible input. In addition, students will enjoy interactive read alouds, poems and art activities that link to these contexts and allow for creativity while encouraging verbal rehearsal of Spanish as a new language.

Supplies: Please bring a large t shirt, two socks, recycled materials (boxes, tubes etc) and art supplies (crayons, paper, pencils, tape, glue etc).

Parents, please make sure your child has art/paper/recycled materials at easy reach. In addition, children will be participating in a scavenger hunt during which they will get up and look for the items listed below. To clarify, students should NOT have these items in front of them, but should be allowed to get up and access them from spaces in their home. Thank you!

- any fruit
-any veggie
-something orange
-something green
- something tiny
- something enormous
- a sock
- stuffed animal
- recyclable materials (boxes, tubes etc)
-art supplies
Audience: Ages 5-10
Recycled boxes/paper towel/toilet paper tubes, paper, scissors, glue, tape, markers, crayons, paint if available.

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October 22, 4 PM EDT
For Kids · 30 mins

17 of 300 spots reserved
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Meet Our Instructor

Staci Hyman
Staci holds a Master's degree in Bilingual/Dual Language Education from Bank Street College, is an alumna of Teach For America and earned a Master's in International Affairs from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. She has worked and consulted for organizations such as The American School Foundation of Mexico City, the Institute of International Education, Northwestern University, The New York City Department of Education and Amigos de las Americas. With over fifteen years of pre-school through university level classroom experience, Staci is currently a head teacher in second grade Spanish immersion at Avenues: The World School. She is committed to facilitating learning experiences that promote students' ability to ideate, inquire, acquire language and collaborate. Staci is also apt at coaching students to increase their skill and strategy repertoire through goal-oriented feedback across content areas and languages. An avid fair weather runner, Staci has begun training for the 2020 NYC Marathon, enjoys listening to bilingual podcasts, fine-tuning her chocolate chip cookie recipe and traveling to her other beloved metropolis, Mexico City.

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