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Spanish classes

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Development of the Spanish course

Air shipments are the most efficient if you need your cargo or documents to arrive quickly and securely. Spanish classes are developed in modality in-person or and distance (online) On IUNIT, Center for Higher Education in Business, Innovation and Technology. To complete each level you need a minimum of hours, so its duration varies.

 

Conditions

  • Personalized small groups in the Face-to-face modality: 8 – 10 students.
  • In the Online modality: Groups of 5 – 10 students.
  • Supply of teaching material.
  • IUNIT Digital Campus.

student handbook (Download it here).

SIELE examination center

SIELE International Service for the Evaluation of the Spanish LanguageAlso, we are a SIELE examination center so at the end of the course you can take the exam right here (DELE course accreditation).

 

 

 

Levels

  • A1. Duration: 60 hours.
  • A2. Duration: 120 hours.
  • B1. Duration: 120 hours.
  • B2. Duration: 180 hours.
  • C1. Duration: 180 hours.

 

Informative triptych on the Spanish Course A1 – C1

Spanish courses are aimed at students who seek to learn both the language and the culture in an effective, fast and fun way. The program offers complete training to obtain the degree SIELE, which can be done at our facilities at the end of the course.

 

 

SIELE International Service for the Evaluation of the Spanish LanguageOFFICIAL DELE and SIELE EXAMS 2023 (download it here).

 

 

 

 

COURSE  A1

Level A1: Course A1.1 (60 hours) and course A1.2 (60 hours)
Total hours of level A1: 120 hours.

OBJECTIVES
  • Obtain the information needed to carry out the transactions, as long as it is indications, instructions or specific data obtained from common, simple and easily accessible sources.
  • Participate in the communicative exchanges that transactions require, going to the right people and places and requesting and providing simple information, collaborating in case of difficulty.
  • Express briefly and simply satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the services that have been provided.
CONTENTS
  • Introductions, greetings, farewells. Ask questions in class. Express objectives, intentions and motives. Express habits and frequencies. Express needs and preferences.
  • Describe people. Describe places. Ask for and give information about food. Describe urban environments. Talk about past experiences.

 

COURSE  A2

Level A2: Course A2.1 (60 hours) and course A2.2 (60 hours)
Total hours of level A2: 120 hours.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • They have to do with the use of basic services and the satisfaction of immediate needs, such as procuring food, clothing and lodging, solving simple procedures or getting out of the way in predictable situations that occur, for example, on trips (asking for directions or directions to get to a place, ask for schedules, etc.).
  • They are carried out, above all, in shops, post offices, banks, clinics, means of transport (buses, trains, taxis), etc.
  • Acquire basic consumer goods, clarify doubts, solve simple problems or deal with unforeseen events or situations that involve a low-complexity communicative intervention (give personal information, say that something hurts, etc.).
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  • Talk about habits, difficulties and duration. Make recommendations. describe feelings. Narrate and relate past events.
  • Identify and physically describe people. Describe and compare houses, and express likes and preferences in this regard. Talk about leisure activities, schedules, intentions and projects.
  • Talk about tastes and eating habits. Talk about experiences and value them. Give advice. Talk about moods. Talk about professional dedication and goals.

 

COURSE B1

Level B1: Course B1.1 (60 hours), B1.2 (60 hours) and B1.3 (60 hours).
Total hours of level B1: 180 hours.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand main ideas when the speech is clear and normal, deal with everyday issues that take place at work, at school, during leisure time, etc. Understand the main idea of ​​many radio or television programs that deal with current issues or matters of personal or professional interest, when the articulation is relatively slow and clear.
  • Understand texts written in a language of habitual and daily use or related to work. Understand the description of events, feelings and wishes in personal letters.
  • Get by in almost all situations that arise when traveling where Spanish is spoken. Participate spontaneously in a conversation that deals with everyday topics of personal interest or that are relevant to daily life.
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  • Talking about habits in the present, recounting past experiences, talking about the start and duration of an action, locating an action in time. Talk about habits, customs and circumstances in the past, place actions in the past and in the present, argue and debate.
  • Express prohibition, obligation and impersonality. Recommend and advise, give instructions.
  • Talk about skills and emotions. Express wishes, claims, complaints and needs, and propose solutions. Tell anecdotes, show interest, talk about causes and consequences. Express interests and feelings, talk about relationships, show disagreement in various registers and soften an expression of disagreement, counterarguing.

 

COURSE B2

Level B2 : Course B2.1 (60 hours), B2.2 (60 hours) and B2.3 (60 hours).
Total hours of level B2: 120 hours.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • Manage with some ease the frequently used sources of information required to carry out transactions and obtain details and precisions through interaction with the people who have the information you need.
  • Manage solvently when interacting with the people they encounter in most of the situations that occur during the acquisition of consumer goods, the use of services or the execution of procedures, facing eventual difficulties.
  • Express satisfaction or dissatisfaction and make the appropriate evaluations, on a regular basis, once the transactions have been carried out.
                           CONTENTS
  • Give opinion and evaluate various options. Give advice, evoke imaginary situations, express wishes, express ignorance. Express cause and purpose.
  • Describe and comment qualities. Express conditions and establish conditions and requirements. Describe activities, movements and situation of people and things.
  • Express purpose and intentionality. Make predictions about the future, analyze and present problems related to the environment. Talk about work and companies.

 

COURSE C1

Level C1: Course C1.1 (60 hours), course C1.2 (60 hours) and course C1.3 (60 hours)
Total hours of level C1: 180 hours.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand extended speech even when it is not clearly structured and when relationships are only implied and not explicitly stated. Understand television programs and movies without much effort.
  • Understand long and complex texts of a literary or factual nature, appreciating stylistic distinctions. Understand specialized articles and long technical instructions, even if they are not related to my specialty.
  • Express yourself fluently and spontaneously without having to search for the right expressions in a very obvious way. Use language flexibly and effectively for social and professional purposes. Formulate ideas and opinions accurately and relate their interventions skilfully with those of other speakers.
CONTENTS
  • Describe jobs and selection processes. Describe natural settings.
  • Express agreement and disagreement. Express abilities, likes, preferences and dislikes. Express cause and feelings. Express impersonality and indeterminacy. Express complaints.
  • Discuss styles in education and write aphorisms on the subject.
  • Talk about places in the world. Talk about sports and make a presentation about alternative sports.

 

  • Comfortable Classes: All with natural light and air conditioning.

  • Wi-Fi access Free throughout the school.

  • rest areas, with computers for student use.

  • Teachers rooms.

  • Vending machine of drink and food.

  • Coffee shop in the same building as the school.

  • Library.

The steps to follow for the admission process are:

1
Admission profile

Without a specific profile required, the course is aimed at anyone who wants to improve their Spanish and achieve a recognized official certification in this language.

2
Requirements
  • Non-Spanish speaking students.
  • A level test will be carried out to evaluate each student.
3
Admission request

Attach the following documents to language.school@iunit.edu.es:

  • Copy of the national identity document or passport.
  • Admission request (link to the form).

*IUNIT facilitates different payment methods. Request it through language.school@iunit.edu.es

4
Litigation, Arbitration

Upon receipt of the documentation, from IUNIT, we will contact the student to communicate their acceptance and the steps they must take to complete the registration and enrollment.

5
Registration and registration

Upon receipt of the documentation, from IUNIT, we will contact the student to communicate their acceptance and the steps they must take to complete the registration and enrollment. The department of the School of Languages ​​will communicate the acceptance to the interested party within a period not exceeding 5 days.

To confirm enrollment, it is necessary to complete the following document with the Student's data:

 
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