The Spanish Language Club focuses on conversation, emphasizing pronunciation, fluency, vocabulary, and developing oral skills for effective and flexible use of the language in social and professional contexts.
We will cover a variety of activities, ranging from discussion of newspapers clippings to short stories and poems, with reference to the culture and society of the countries and communities where the language is spoken.
Each session will be independent of the others, giving the club members the opportunity to immerse immediately in the activities of the meeting of the day without having to attend previously.
The Spanish Language Club will practice in an informal, relaxed, and amiable environment. We meet the second Tuesday of every month.
Teacher Info: Ana Blum worked as a teacher at the University level in Ecuador (her country of origin) and also tutored travelers in the Spanish language. Here in the U.S. she has taught Spanish in a language school, as a one-on-one tutor, and in adult education programs, as well as online. She has two bachelor’s degrees, one earned in Ecuador and one from Colorado State University. At the moment she is pursuing her Master’s Degree in Creative Writing at the University of Salamanca-Spain. She is also a published poet.