[Marxism] Summer Spanish Classes at the Brecht Forum

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Tue Jun 24 07:55:29 MDT 2008


The Brecht Forum
451 West Street (Between Bank and Bethune)
212-242-4201
www.brechtforum.org









Monday, July 14
5:30 pm

8-SESSION CLASS BEGINS

Beginning Spanish

Marisol Ruiz
A first course for those with little to no previous knowledge of the
language. Students speak Spanish from the first day and acquire basic
speaking, reading, and writing skills while learning about Spanish and
Latin American culture. The course introduces basic grammar and
pronunciation while developing fundamental communication skills.
Students learn to express opinions, physical sensations, feelings, and
needs in a simple way. Students will be able to comprehend brief
letters and texts related to daily life.
Tuition: $275

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Tuesday, July 15
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

8-SESSION CLASS BEGINS

Intermediate Spanish

Jose Rosa
Students will continue to develop everyday conversational skills while
learning more complex grammatical forms. Emphasis will be placed on
increasing vocabulary and expressing more sophisticated ideas. At this
level students can express opinions, speak on the telephone,
understand conversations spoken at normal speed and read general
interest texts such as newspapers and magazines. Classes are
interactive, stressing conversation while balancing knowledge of
grammar with communication and cultural skills. Teaching materials
include textbooks, magazines, newspaper articles as well as Latin
American and Spanish literature.
Tuition: $275

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Thursday, July 17
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

8-SESSION CLASS BEGINS

Advanced Spanish

Teacher TBA
Students learn to read advanced texts, express themselves fluently,
write long texts, and appreciate humor, irony, and wit in literary and
non-literary texts. Depending on the students' needs, increased
attention may be given to understanding and writing business
correspondence and reports.

Classes are interactive, stressing conversation while balancing
knowledge of grammar with communication and cultural skills. Teaching
materials include textbooks, magazines, newspaper articles as well as
Latin American and Spanish literature



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