Spanish Group Classes

“Exercise your brain! Learn Spanish!

It’s never too late to learn Spanish! Trust our Brain Path Language® (BPL®) teaching system to help you gain fluency quickly. Register now for our unique and interactive group classes.

GROUP CLASSES

With each class you progress with new vocabulary and grammar according to the BPL® system. Our method ensures that your experience will be simple, clear, and motivational.

Group classes have only 4-6 students. They are small and intimate to be sure you get individual attention and lots of interaction. Your level will be determined by your speaking ability.

Our 90 minute classes meet once a week for 12 weeks. We offer six levels, from beginning to advanced.


GROUP CLASSES-SIX LEVELS OF SPANISH – NOT MORE THAN 6 STUDENT IN CLASS!

Group Classes Levels Price 1st payment + one time registration fee Description and value
12 CLASSES 90 minutes classes, 12 consecutive weeks All levels $550 pay in full or $195 / 3 monthly
payment AUTOMATIC WITHDRAWAL
$620 1st $265 2nd $195 3rd $195
  • 3 – 6 students.
  • Experience a new way of learning with the BPL System, the key to better learning.
  • Progress more quickly learning with and from other at your level.
  • Build confidence in your conversation skills.
  • Flexible curriculum adapts to the pace of the class.
12 CLASSES 90 minutes classes over 14 weeks Intermediate and advanced only $608 $678
8 CLASSES 90 minutes classes over 3 months 8 flexible advanced reading and
conversation classes, for advanced only
$360 $430

70 per year registration fee applies to all our classes Our 90 minute classes are offered from Monday to Friday 7:00 am to 8:30 pm. We are always accepting requests to open new class times. Or you can join a class at your level already in progress.

See our schedule here

OUR SIX LEVELES OF SPANISH ACCORDING TO OUR BPL® SYSTEM

Beginner I

Exercise your brain!

First things first! Learn HOW to learn the language with our new learning methodology, Brain Path Language® System (BPL®). Explore how the brain works and how new neural pathways begin to be formed to acquire and store the new language. Start to exercise your brain today as you create new pathways. You will learn vocabulary phrases while you begin to construct sentences.

Beginner II

Practice what you’ve learned!
Wiring your brain to new learning requires practice. Continue to construct conversations as you learn more about BPL®. Make introductions, express feelings, ask questions and hold a basic conversation about everyday situations. Grow your vocabulary and acquire over 1,000 words, 50 present tense verbs, and the basic tools of grammar to construct sentences. Talk about leisure activities, the weather and emergencies.

Intermediate I

Stimulate your senses!
Sensory integration is key to brain development. Using all of your senses while learning a new language will help you retain and access new information so that it becomes automatic and natural. Develop a greater attention span and focus on the Hispanic culture as you participate in more complex conversations, read reports, letters and speak your mind!

Intermediate II

Express yourself with confidence!
Short-term memory develops into long-term memory, enhancing your confidence in speaking a new language. Now you can express your opinions and ideas without using English! Make short summaries of readings, tell stories, discuss various topics, read/discuss a short book, and more!

Advanced I

Expand your learning!
Your curiosity is sharpened and expanded in a new way. You’ll feel excited and confident at your progress as you advance to new levels. Receive a complete review of grammar usage & communication; learn more about the culture/history/geography of the countries in the Spanish-speaking world. Works of Spanish literature are introduced.

Advanced II

Life-Long Learning!
Recent scientific findings of neuroplasticity show that your brain can create new connections at any age! You become a natural explorer and your spectrum of language experiences broadens even more. You will express yourself with expanded fluency and sophistication. Converse with your class about current events, write about general topics, make presentations in Spanish, participate in social/career related activities and read/write/discuss South American literature. Become part of our Spanish club as a path to life-long learning!.

SEVEN KEYS BRAIN PATH LANGUAGE

1 – EXERCISE

Your brain is an amazing organ. You have millio-ns of neurons which store information in many different ways. When you learn a langua-ge, there are neurons that store verbal information. There are also neurons which store auditory information. When you read, your neurons store the symbols which make up the written language and your brain decodes the symbols. Today you will start to store the information of this new language.

2 – WIRING

When our brain receives stimulation, it accesses the stored information, and begins to create neuropaths which connect the different neurons. Today we are going to interconnect these neurons. With stimulation and practice the neuropaths will become stronger and stron-ger and your ability to speak Spanish will improve.

3 – SENSORY INTEGRATION

The learning process is reinforced through our senses. When the senses are stimulated, more information is retained in our long term memory. BPL® uses visual, tactile and auditory techniques which stimulate the senses to reinforce language learning.

4 – ATTENTION

Our normal attention span is around 15 minutes. We focus for a short time and then our minds begin to wander. This is a natural process, but when it happens the student can get lost and will be unable to retain new information. With the BPL® system, our teachers are trained to recognize this and bring the student’s attention back to the classroom.

5 – NEUROPLASTICITY

Science shows that your brain is always storing new information and creating new neuropaths. Our message today is that learning is not reserved just for children, because it is possible for everyone to learn new skills no matter what their age.

6 – SHORT AND LONG TERM MEMORY

When a student learns new information, it is stored in the cortex. Then it is redistributed either to the short term memory or long term memory of our brain. Repetition in different ways will insure that the new information is stored in the long term memory,which reinforces permanent language learning.

7 – EXPLORATION SELF ALWAYS LEARNING

Get to know the culture and language! They go together and make your learning experience more enjoyable. When you are curious, when you travel, when you hear new music, or try new foods, and when you explore new places you are expanding the neuroconnections in your brain.

“SIF LANGUAGE SCHOOL gives you the opportunity to acquire college credits or continuing education units (CEUs) through the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages- ACTFL”.