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Alicia

“¡Hola!  I am Alicia from Valencia, Eastern Spain!

I have a Degree in Teaching Foreign Languages and a Postgraduate Degree in teaching General Spanish.

I have been teaching Spanish in Spain for five years using the communicative approach, which balances the four skills and gives students the opportunity to interact which each other in the classroom.

My lessons include a variety of materials and include cultural content, but the most important thing for me is they are fun as well.”

My principal objective: I want my students to learn and have fun in meantime.”

 

Learning more about Alicia

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Hello, Alicia. Why do you teach Spanish?

I love teaching so much that it hardly feels like a job and I hope you enjoy your course at Lyceum
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How long and where have you been teaching Spanish?

I have been teaching Spanish since 2008 and I couldn’t be happier. It is very rewarding to teach my native language, but especially to make my students discover the Hispanic worldview.
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What's the most important fact to know when learning the Spanish language?

Learning a language involves getting to know different cultures and ways of living, but it’s also about having fun and laughing in order to make the most of this amazing experience. What I enjoy most about my job is that it gives me the chance to meet people from all over the world, learn a little about their culture and share my own.
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Do you recommend a language immersion in Spain?

Enjoying whatever you do is usually the best way to learn, so I always try to prepare diverse lessons with dynamic and interactive activities in order to learn Spanish in a fun way with exciting activies– and that’s Lyceum style.
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Why should students choose Lyceum Español?

I am so happy to be a part of Lyceum team, where you can learn Spanish as well as Hispanic culture while you enjoy yourself in the best possible learning environment. I am really looking forward to meeting many students here.

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