Methods of teaching and levels

Each Spanish class has a maximum of 5 students. This class size assures that each student receives the individual attention they need. Additionally, the smaller class sizes allow for better group interaction.

The classes begin each Monday and combine a mixture of grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing, pronunciation, culture, and various other aspects of learning, depending on the class level.

At Plateros Spanish School, we like to use a variety of teaching methodologies in order to best match each student's learning style and needs.

The objective of the classes is not only for the student to have a good understanding of Spanish grammar, but also to develop competence in Spanish reading, writing, speaking, and listening.

We offer all levels, from beginners to superior.

Levels

A1 (60-80 hours)
  • Initial (Spanish Beginners)

A2 (80-100 hours)
  • Elementary I
  • Elementary II

B1 (80-100 hours)
  • Intermediate I (Spanish Low Intermediate)
  • Intermediate II (Spanish Upper Intermediate)

B2 (100-120 hours)
  • Advanced I (Spanish Low Advanced)
  • Advanced II (Spanish Upper Advanced)

C1 (120-140 hours)
  • Superior I (Spanish Low Superior)
  • Superior II (Spanish Upper Superior)

C2 (Up to 200 hours)
  • Proficiency (Superior III)