Our Spanish courses follow the blended learning approach; which consists of a combination of face-to-face classes and online/virtual classes. During the first half of the teaching block, students will attend traditional classes at Kingston University and the second half will be online real time interactive (virtual) classes with the language tutor.
At the end of each teaching block there will be two assessments: Reading and Writing and an Oral Assessment.
Please note KLS assessments cannot be rescheduled.
This course is for absolute beginners. It aims to give learners a basic knowledge of reading, listening, spoken and written skills in a dynamic and communicative way, through individual, pair and group work and studio-based and authentic texts. The focus is on accuracy as well as communication.
This course is aimed at learners who have studied Spanish for 3 months. Students will join the second part of the Spanish Complete beginners course that started in October 2019.
This course will provide students with the foreign language skills to enable them to interact satisfactorily in survival situations and social encounters and to further their awareness of related aspects of the foreign culture and environment.
This course is for learners who have studied Spanish for 6 months. Students will join the second part of the Spanish Near Beginners course that started in October. The aim of this module to equip students with further linguistic skills to enable them to communicate in a number of familiar work and social situations and respond accordingly; to broaden the student's awareness of aspects of the foreign culture.
This course is for students who have the equivalent of A2.1 level of the CEFR or have studied Spanish for 15 months. Students will join the second part of the Spanish Elementary course that started in October 2019. This modules aims to develop skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing Spanish. It lays emphasis on communication and comprehension skills but also builds on the grammar base acquired in previously. Topics covered earlier will be revised and extended and new themes introduced which will develop students' understanding of the society and culture of contemporary Spain.
This course is for students who have the equivalent of level B1.1 of the CEFR or 2 years of language learning. . Students will join the second part of the Spanish Intermediate course that started in October 2019. It will consolidate and develop existing linguistic skills in speaking, reading, listening and writing. Students will increase their vocabulary, be able to use more complex structures and become more aware of register and also consolidate and deepen their awareness of aspects of the foreign culture. Students will gain confidence and ability in oral communication through guided discussion, and individual and group presentations.