Learn some advices from one of our Spanish teachers about how to become fluent in Spanish after some months
1. What is your current level of Spanish?
First, I would recommend you to do our Spanish Level Test that you can find clicking on the following link:
2. Private lessons at home or having lessons in a classroom?
Second, it is very difficult to know how long you may need to start speaking Spanish. Actually learning a different language is a long process. However, having private lessons you will learn much faster than having lessons in a classrooms, that’s why we highly recommend hometutoring.
3. How many lessons per week do you need?
Third, I would suggest to learn Spanish together with your son, unless you have a totally different level of Spanish.
The number of lessons per week will depend on:
– Your availability
– Urgency to learn Spanish
– Budget 🙂
4. The learning program
At Lyceum Español, we elaborate a program to guide you learning Spanish alone as well. What does it mean? Your teacher will focus lessons in order to teach you what you cannot learn studying alone and will guide you to study by yourself the days you do not have lessons.
5. Consistency and interest
Until you have tried something new for a period of time and in a consistent manner, you can’t decide if it works or not. How do you measure effectiveness if what you are measuring isn’t performed consistently?
I typically give new initiatives, processes, and organizational structures at least six months before judging them a success or failure. It’s often minor tweaking instead of major overhauls that make the difference.
“Hola, I’m Pablo from Malaga, Spain.
I am a qualified Spanish teacher at Lyceum Español and my Spanish teaching diploma, CAP (Certificado de Adaptación Pedagógica) and CLTA (Certified Language Teacher for Adults) have given me the knowledge and practical skills to create multi level lessons and to manage groups as well as individual students.
I have 8 years professional experience during which time I have enjoyed working with a diverse group of people with different backgrounds and goals. As a Lyceum Spanish teacher I love drawing on my experience in helping my students get the most from my lessons. My experience has shown me there’s no place like home and that’s what I found at Lyceum Español.”top