What are the standards that the curriculum is based on?
At Learn Spanish Fast we use the ACTFL Framework of References for Languages (ACTFL) for class distinction. According to the ACTFL there are three basic language level groups broken down into three levels each: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced.
How do I know which class to sign up for?
BEGINNING I SPANISH
Enroll in the class at the level you can speak
Answer True or False to the following statements:
BEGINNING II OR HIGHER
If you answer TRUE to all 5 statements below then you should enroll in Beginning II or higher:
If you can answer TRUE to these statements, please enroll in Intermediate I or above:
Still unsure of your level?
Please complete the following placement test and email it to: Profe Linda Lbspanish@yahoo.com and we will help place you. (Do not take the test with any dictionaries, online assistance or other tools if you wish to have the most accurate results).
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form.
Beginning Spanish I & II and Beginning Multilevel Course Descriptions
Beginning Spanish is taught through Total Physical Response®, Teaching Language Proficiency through Storytelling®, and other oral comprehension based methods. Students are invited to take these classes more than once because although the curriculum is modified each time, the pace will always stay comfortable so that your experience is effortless and fun!
Intermediate Spanish I, II, & III Course Descriptions
T.P.R.S® - Teaching Language Proficiency through Storytelling®, and other oral comprehension based methods. An intermediate Spanish course aimed at the rapid achievement of an intermediate level of proficiency (ACTFL scale) through interesting reading, engaging storytelling and personalized discussions, and oral multi-media presentations
Advanced Spanish I & II Course Description
Advanced Spanish I is for those wishing to take their Spanish to the next level. Students need to have learned the skills of speaking and communicating with accuracy. These courses are taught through comprehension based methods that include reading and speaking!