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.

Plateros Spanish School runs courses of six different levels, corresponding to the levels proposed by the Common European Framework of Reference, from beginners to superior.


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)