Spanish offered this fall

Course Descriptions for 2012-2013

Primary Spanish
Class for 1st-3rd grades presents a rich exposure to Spanish through stories, songs, games, Bible verses, and activities – and each year there are new ones! Children quickly assimilate an impressive repertoire of expressions, greetings, and storytelling vocabulary and also receive an introduction to culture and missions. 
Cost: $100/semester, all materials included.
Wednesdays, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.

Elementary Spanish
Students in 4th-6th grades love to learn Spanish through storytelling! They will listen to, write, dramatize, and illustrate stories, as well as design original fun narratives. Their boundless creativity propels language acquisition. This class will include missions, geography, culture, and Bible memory.
Cost: $100/semester; text optional.
Wednesdays, 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 noon.
Both elementary groups meet for two semesters; first semester is September 5 – November 28.
Spanish I
The storytelling method catches the imagination of high school students and accelerates the learning process as they quickly begin to use the language rather than simply memorize grammar rules or vocabulary lists. To earn high school credit students will meet once a week for two hours during a full school year and should expect daily homework and weekly tests. Bible memory will be included, and semester grades/evaluations will be provided. Text may be needed. Cost: $150/semester plus text.
Mondays, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. First semester begins August 27. Parent meeting date to be announced.
Registration Deadline for all classes: July 15
Class location:
2921 SW Gainsboro Rd.
Topeka, KS