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Take the opportunity to travel with your students to El Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz, Spain for one, two or more weeks, so that they can really immerse themselves in the language and culture of Spain.
Are you frustrated teaching Spanish in the classroom? No matter how committed the teacher, or the pupil, several hours of broken tuition a week makes learning a language a slow process. How exciting, then, to have the opportunity to take your students to El Puerto de Santa María, Spain for one, two or more weeks, so that they can really immerse themselves in the language and culture of Spain. Lessons after your trip will be so much easier for you, as your students will be able to apply what they have learned in El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz to a classroom environment.
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El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz, is a vibrant Andalusian city. It is the oldest continuously inhabited city in southwest Europe, and it has some fantastically well-preserved ancient historical buildings. Cádiz showcases authentic Spanish at its best!
A class trip to Cadiz won't just benefit students' language skills. Experiencing the Spanish way of life will help them to understand different cultures, develop maturity from being away from home and form positive links with other students. Your students will attend the Spanish lessons that you prescribe for them, as well as being able to explore the city and learn about it first-hand.
With 350 million native Spanish speakers around the world, Spanish is growing in importance as a business language. An intensive Spanish course in Spain, taught by native Spanish teachers in a Spanish-speaking environment, will give your class the academic edge. Their immersion into the Spanish lifestyle will enable them to absorb the essence of the language in a way that is impossible in a classroom.