SPANISH THROUGH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Instructor: Silvia Luppino

Classes on Thursdays

Students Level of Spanish: Intermediate

Classes are online synchronic via Google Meet, once a week, 1.5 hours each. 

 

Course description.

 

Through a variety of multimedia resources (such as social media, audiovisual productions, images and texts of different types, songs), this course focuses on the practice of the language in relation to specific and socially relevant contexts of current Latin American issues.

 

About Silvia Luppino

Silvia Luppino has a degree in Linguistics and Literature from the University of Buenos Aires and a postgraduate certification as Expert in Teaching Spanish as a Second and Foreign Language from the University of Nebrija (Spain).

 

She has taught Spanish at several universities and has coordinated the Spanish for Refugees Program, run by the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and the United Nations.

 

Since 2008 she is the Spanish Language Coordinator at New York University Buenos Aires. She also teaches in the Master in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language at Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) and is a researcher in the area of language policy in higher education at Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (UNTREF).

 

Students Level of Spanish: Intermediate

Instructor: Silvia Luppino

Classes are online synchronic via Google Meet, once a week, 1.5 hours each. 

Course Description.
Through a variety of multimedia resources (such as social media, audiovisual productions, images and texts of different types, songs), this course focuses on the practice of the language in relation to specific and socially relevant contexts of current Latin American issues.

Instructor.

Silvia Luppino has a degree in Linguistics and Literature from the University of Buenos Aires and a postgraduate certification as Expert in Teaching Spanish as a Second and Foreign Language from the University of Nebrija (Spain).

She has taught Spanish at several universities and has coordinated the Spanish for Refugees Program, run by the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and the United Nations.

Since 2008 she is the Spanish Language Coordinator at New York University Buenos Aires. She also teaches in the Master in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language at Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) and is a researcher in the area of language policy in higher education at Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (UNTREF21

OUR METHOD

We teach culture with solid, fun, and experienced faculty. Learn Latin American literature, art, music, and society with the best professors in a relaxed and casual atmosphere where you can practice and improve your language skills while having a good time.

Each #online workshop  is designed for students with intermediate or advanced knowledge of Spanish. It is organized around four abilities: reading (fiction, poetry, essay, non-fiction); listening (films, videos, songs, and podcasts); speaking through in-class discussion; and the practice of writing and translation.

Classes are online synchronic via Google Meet, once a week, 1.5 hours each. The first class is for free.

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