SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE MINI COURSES

The Center of Modern Languages is offering a grand variety of short, monographic courses organized by topic whose first intention is to respond to students’ individual interests of linguistic and cultural learning. These courses, despite the great distances between students and professors, not only offer a classroom experience similar to that of an onsite classroom, but also follow a methodology concentrated on the learning process of each individual student.

Characteristics

◼ Classes taught in real time with a schedule adapted to the group.
◼ A combination of various teaching styles to ensure the learning process can focus on each individual’s process. Styles include classes taught with the entire group present, sessions in pairs and independent work.
◼ Language classes will follow a methodology focused on the integration of skills necessary to reach the level of linguistic competency as described in the distinct levels of the MCER (Marco Común Europeo de Referencia).
◼ Duration: one week. Starting every Monday as of September 21st.
◼ A reliable language level test to adjust the classes to the linguistic needs of each individual student.
◼ Materials, resources and activities designed for a complete language acquisition.
◼ Reduced group size, maximum 10 students.
◼ Language exchange with Spanish students.
◼ Credits awarded by the University of Granada.

*A expensas de la decisión de la UGR

Price

◼ 95 €

Dates

One week, starting every Monday as of the 21st of September

Requisitos

◼ B1 Spanish, except for Communicative Practices (A2 Spanish)

Duration

◼ 10 Hours per course

Aimed at:

◼ Individuals interested in particular aspects of the Spanish language and culture and/or professional training in teaching Spanish as a second language

Credits

◼ 1 ECTS

COOKING IN SPANISH: HISTORY AND GASTRONOMY

Practice your Spanish as you get to know the frame that outlines gastronomic-cultural Spain from ancient times to present day.


DON QUIJOTE’S WEEKLY MENU

What did Quixote eat? Similarities and differences between the diet of the upper classes of the Golden Age and that of the modern day Spanish Mediterranean diet.


MUSIC A POETRY

A first contact with Spanish Literature through literary texts set to music.

Literatura musicada de todos los tiempos para vivir el presente.


COPLA: POPULAR URBAN MUSIC

The music that emerged in Spain during the 30’s, once called copla, made up the majority of the most popular music during the next 40 years. In one hand, we can see that it is the daughter of flamenco and folk, but in the other we see its similarities with orchestral music and the song writer. With such characteristics, naturally we see its use as an important and prominent factor in theatrical traditions. In this course we will study the Copla and its relations with other important urban musical styles, including the tango, bolero, chandon, rebético, fado, blues and others.


INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF FLAMENCO

The flamenco is the most important artistic and musical style of expression that 19th Century Spain contributed to the World. Considering its marginal origins, this style of music conquered grand musical stages and scenes. Its’ birthplace and original caretaker, as well as its current fan base, is that of a foreign land. This course offers a first immersion in a minimalists guide to one of today’s most seductive and evasive forms of expression.


KEY ARTISTS IN SPANISH LITERATURE

A panoramic vision of Spanish Literature painted by Spain’s most recognizable authors.


GARCIA LORCA AND THE DUENDE. A POETIC INVENTION WITH FLAMENCO ORIGINS

The practice and theory of the duende, apart from being the most important and dynamic lecture that Federico Garcia Lorca contributed, is also the biggest influence in the world of flamenco and has even managed to perturb it. As a first contact, this course will explore its origins, development and acceptance.


BULLS IN THE WORKS OF GARCÍA LORCA

Lorca’s works written around the end of the 1920’s show a sudden awareness of the world of bull fighting and the bull fighter. Logically so, as this was the time when the poet met Ignacio Sánchez Mejías, a Spanish bullfighter and fan of literature. This influence can be seen throughout some of his mile stone works, including the conference he gave on the topic, titled El Pase de La Muerte, El Llanto and a series of interviews and writings.


SONGS AND POEMS ABOUT MOORS, MORISCOS AND SEPHARDIC JEWS: A HISTORY OF LOOSERS

The essence of the “losers” of Spanish History in two different senses:

  • The mark that they left on Spanish literary tradition
  • The memory of Spain that they carried with them and shared with the world.

LIFE WRITTEN BY WOMEN

Learn about the main Latin American writers from the 17th century to the end of the 20th. Throughout the journey, discover the role they had in society, the limitations they experienced for being women, the vindications and the consequences that they suffered for them, the vision of the real political and social situation during the time of their life, etc. All of this will be demonstrated through their very own works of literature.


WOMEN AND POLITICS

Students will get a first look at the process of incorporating women into the world of Spanish Politics.

This course will address different historical moments with a reflexive analysis about the role of women in the political reality of each era.

The course will show a critical first contact with lectures and post discussions to provide the student with the proper tools to conduct academic analysis.


SPANISH PAINTERS

When we learn a language, we also learn about the culture that is associated with it. This course will connect famous Spanish artists with the vocabulary related to their world to be able to speak about their works of art and artistic styles. This course offers a critical analysis towards art and the artists that helped create the idea as we know it today. In this way, we will conduct a review of great painters such as El Greco, Velázquez, Picasso or Dalí.


ARTSY SPANISH

In this course we will study some of the works of art from the Thyssen Museum in Madrid to update our linguistic skills and communicate ideas both linguistic and non-linguistic. It will also serve as a contact point to explore both the historical and cultural wealth of Spain.


PAINTING AS A LECTURE: “LECTURE” OF THE PAINTINGS OF LA VIDA DE LA VIRGEN, BY ALONSO CANO

A first contact with the sacred feminine figure in the Virgin Mary in the work of the Alonso Cano, a famous painter from Granada. Interpretation and explication of the seven paintings of the series “Vida de la Virgin Maria,” where it resides today; in the Capilla Mayor of the Cathedral in Granada.


FUNDAMENTALS OF ACADEMIC ESSAYS

This is a University level introductory course to academic writing at a University level. Students will produce and review various drafts of academic essays while they practice essential skills to organize structure and develop ideas. Texts from various academic disciplines will be available so that the students are able to reflect on main characteristics of formal, academic essays.


WRITING IN THE ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT

This course will develop the students awareness of the writing process as well as their abilities to reflect on the main characteristics of different kinds of academic texts. Through this process they will require specific linguistic skills, including connectors, speech modifiers, lexical placement, accent norms, orthotypographics, etc.


ONLINE DEBATES

A daily debate will expand student’s knowledge about a given topic. Topics such as current events, short films, songs or a combination of all the above will be used as a base of discussion. From there, students will share their ideas and opinions about each. The necessary linguistic structures to carry on a debate will be developed.


LANGUAGE UPDATE

Information about the new exceptions, norms and uses of the latest publications of RAE. With this course you can update and refresh your knowledge of Spanish and distinguish between different registers of the language, as well as adapt an inclusive use of the language and recognize the current controversies of variations of the Spanish language.


COMMUNICATIVE PRACTICES

This class will promote a practical use of oral expression through mini debates and conversations in which the focal point will be oral interaction.


TELL ME ABOUT YOUR PAST

A course in which, through use of productive language skills (speaking and listening), students can review verbs in the Spanish past tense.


SPANISH SOCIETY: MUSICAL AND CINEMATIC PREFERENCES

Students will get to know the two most commonly used means of communication: the television and the radio. Current preferences of Spanish society will be discussed, exploring ideas such as the programs that have the biggest audience, today’s most successful Spanish TV series, the music that they listen to on the radio, and the musical groups and singers of today.


CURRENT DAY SPANISH IN THE PRESS AND SOCIAL NETWORKS

Get to know the press and social networks in Spain and the main topics discussed in each one. By acquiring this knowledge, students will be able to comment on these topics with other students, creating room for debate and Spanish language practice. A double platform will be made on our Moodle page where there will be different forums and also through a private Facebook group (Spain’s most-used social network), where students will get to know first-hand what goes on in Spain’s online social networks and where they can easily share articles, memes, etc.


COMUNICATIVE USE OF IDIOMS

Students will learn and practice the meanings of a melting-pot of idiomatic expressions, given that the knowledge and use of their meanings makes up one of the most relevant linguistic components in an advanced Spanish language user.


SPANISH CULTURE AND COSTUMES FOR SPEAKERS OF CHINESE

A comparative study of the Spanish and Chinese cultures through styles of teaching, gastronomy, holidays and traditions.


CREATIVE WRITING

Learn to write while improving your Spanish. This course is ideal for students who want to develop written expression skills, while letting their imaginations run wild. Through the use of various resources and different types of activities, this class will promote fluency in written expression, as well as in the use of words.
Writing has always been an adventure full of emotions. Writing in another language means multiplying those emotions. Dare to practice your written Spanish and challenge your creativity in a course with independent and group activities. All writing styles and all styles of writers are welcome.


WRITING ARGUMENTATIVE AND DEMONSTRATIVE TEXTS

This is a University level introductory course to academic writing at a University level. Students will produce and review various drafts of academic essays while practicing essential skills like paragraph organization and idea development. Texts from various academic disciplines will be offered so that students can reflect on the main basic characteristics of formal academic essays.


A WHOLE NEW WORLD: ADVANCED SPANISH THROUGH TRANSLATION (ENGLISH-SPANISH)

Students will learn to identify direct English-Spanish translations in their Spanish language production through different grammar and lexicon translation activities and will be able to express themselves in a more natural way in Spanish.


SPANISH FROM SPAIN AND SPANISH FROM THE AMERICAS: SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

This course will examine the two main variations of the Spanish language from a social and diachronic point of view. The student will study the main motives that cause the similarities and differences between peninsular Spanish and the Spanish from the Americas.


PENINSULAR SPANISH AND ITS VARIATIONS

This course will examine the main variations of Peninsular Spanish from a social and diachronic point of view. The student will study the main motives that create many varieties of the same language within one country, where four other languages exist as well.


GASTRONOMY OF THE THREE CULTURES

In this course, students will get to know the holidays of the three monotheistic religions of historic and present day Granada, and their influence in present day gastronomy.

The main dishes of the Jewish, Muslim and Catholic religions in Andalusia will be rediscovered and revaluated, allowing a first contact with the early culinary recipes of medieval times.


ANDALUSIA: CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

In this course, students will study the incredible progress that was achieved in the fields of science, technology and medicine during the Middle Ages.

The different historical aspects of this era will be used as a model to conduct reflexive analysis on the present day situation in each respective field.

A critical approach with textual resources and post discussions with be used to provoke academic debates.


ISLAMIC ART IN GRANADA

This course is ideal for anyone interested in extending their knowledge about Islamic art and culture through studies of the relationship between the socio-cultural context and its different styles of expression by use of various art forms. We will discuss the Umayyad and Abbasid legacies that extended throughout the area of the Mediterranean until arriving to Spain. Granada, being the last city to be conquered after many centuries of Muslim rule, still shows its heavy Arabic influence (La Alhambra), which will be discussed in this course. 


NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING (NLP) AND COACHING I: TOOLS FOR TEACHER TRAINING

In this class students will get to know and analyze the contributions offered by Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NPL) and Coaching as tools in training teachers.


NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING (NLP) AND COACHING II: TOOLS FOR TEACHER TRAINING

In this class students will get to know and analyze the contributions offered by Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NPL) and Coaching as tools to continue the professional development of teachers of foreign languages.


NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND ELE: METHODOLOGICAL BASES FOR THE CREATION AND DESIGN OF MATERIALS

In this class, students will get to know the essential elements of the system. In this monograph students will study learning processes and how certain cognitive factors and basic psychological processes such as memory, emotion, thought, attention, perception and motivation, can guide us as references for the creation and design of the materials used in teaching Spanish as a foreign language (ELE).


CURRENT SPANISH LITERATURE: HOW TO INCORPORATE IT INTO THE SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (ELE) CLASSROOM

In this course we will study the movement of the most important authors in present day Spanish literature. Students will have opportunities to get to know and use online and offline tools to bring current Spanish literature into the classroom and practice different work dynamics in online class.


CONSCIOUS TEACHERS, CONSCIOUS STUDENTS: MINDFULNESS IN THE SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (ELE) CLASSROOM

Be conscious of how to increase academic, emotional and social qualities of the teachers and the students by practicing mindfulness. Be aware of the difficult emotions students can experience-including fear, rage, anxiety, insecurity and loneliness-to be able to help them manage these emotions and understand them inside the context of adaption to a new culture or a new teaching style.


INTRODUCTION TO BILINGUALISM

What does bilingual mean to you? How do you define bilingualism? What do you know about it? Are you bilingual? How do you know if you’re bilingual? What is special about being bilingual? What language do you think in? How does being bilingual make you stand out? This class provides an introduction to the topic of bilingualism as it tries to answer these questions. 


THE KEY COMPETENCIES: DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCY

This course is focused on providing teachers with the necessary skills to teach students how to develop efficiency in managing situations in which they are in contact with other cultures. Furthermore, it will discuss aspects related to the necessary skills to teach students resiliency and the parameters that allow us to analyze different cultures and allow the development of cultural competency.


ANALYSIS OF ERROR AND SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (ELE)

Through this course students will get to know the didactic -historical evolution that has occurred in the vision of error from the perspective of the different teaching methodologies. The characteristics that define error analysis and the criteria used to establish the classification and typology of errors will also be analyzed. In addition, the variants of Spanish will be addressed for practical application in the analysis of error.


DIDACTIC EXPLOITATION OF SHORT FILMS (ELE)

In this course, students will reflect on the convenience of working with short films in Spanish as a foreign language, and will study the typology of activities. Some examples of the use of short films will be covered and the students will create their own didactic exploitation of a short film.



SPANISH FOR THE FIELD OF MEDICINE

This course provides lexical knowledge and grammatical resources to be able to manage yourself in a medical environment.


SPANISH FOR TOURISM

This course is suitable both to develop the necessary skills for tourists in the Spanish-speaking world, as well as for the professional who needs to develop the basic functions and lexicon to develop tasks specific to the tourism sector. The course will consist of 4 sections and 2 excursions throughout the city.


SPANISH FOR BUSINESS IN THE SPANISH WORLD

This course offers an inclusion in the business world as well as the characteristics of the different companies that shape the Spanish-American economic world.


  • Experienced and highly qualified faculty in Spanish language teaching and in content subjects such as History, Literature and Islamic Culture
  • Ample experience teaching international students of Spanish thanks to long-standing cooperation agreements with partners and universities from all over the world
  • Continuous student work that will be supervised by their teacher throughout the learning process
  • Personalized academic and administrative assistance
  • The University of Granada’s academic excellence
  • ECTS credits
  • Fully tutorized classes
CLMCommon European Framework (CEFR)
9 ProficiencyC2COMPETENT USER
8 SuperiorC1
7 Upper AdvancedB2.2INDEPENDENT USER
6 AdvancedB2.1
5 Upper IntermediateB1.2
4 IntermediateB1.1
3 Lower IntermediateA2+BASIC USER
2 ElementaryA2
1 BeginnerA1

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    Spanish and Gastronomy

    Cooking in Spanish: History and GastronomyDon Quijote’s Weekly Menu

    Spanish Literature, Art and Music

    Music and Poetry: 20 Musicalized Spanish PoemsPop Songs: Urban Pop Music of the 20th CenturyIntroduction to the art of FlamencoKey Artists in Spanish LiteratureGarcia Lorca and the Duende and FlamencoGarcía Lorca: the Duende and the BullSongs and Poems About Moors, Moriscos and Sephardic Jews: A history of losers

    The Woman in the Spanish World

    Life as written by women, from Sor Juana to Rosario CastellanosWomen and Politics

    Art in Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) Class

    Spanish PaintersArtsy SpanishPainting as a Lecture: “Lecture” of the Paintings of La Vida de la Virgin, by Alonso Cano

    Deepen your Spanish Knowledge

    Fundamentals of Academic EssaysWriting in the Academic EnvironmentOnline DebatesLanguage UpdateCommunicative PracticesTell Me About Your PastSpanish Society: Musical and Cinematic PreferencesCurrent Day Spanish In the Press and Social NetworksCommunicative Use of IdiomsSpanish Culture and Costumes for Speakers of ChineseCreative WritingWriting Argumentative and Demonstrative TextsA Whole New World: Advanced Spanish Through Translation (English-Spanish)El español de España y el español de América: Semejanzas y diferenciasEl español peninsular y sus variedades

    The Three Cultures

    Gastronomy of the Three CulturesAndalusia: Scientific Development, Medicine and CultureIslamic Art in Granada

    Teacher Training

    Neurolinguistic Programming and Coaching INeurolinguistic Programming and Coaching IINeuropsychology and ELE: Methodological Bases for the Creation and Design of MaterialsCurrent Spanish Literature: How to Incorporate it into The Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) ClassroomConscious Teachers, Conscious Students: Mindfulness in the Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) ClassroomIntroduction to Bilingualism: A Study and ReflexionThe Key Competencies: Developing Intercultural CompetencyAnalysis of Error and Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE)Didactic Exploitation of Short Films (ELE)

    Spanish for Professionals

    Spanish for the Field of MedicineSpanish for TourismSpanish for Business in the Spanish World


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        课程特点

        ◼ 八月全新课程:加西亚·洛尔卡与弗拉门戈。通过这门课程,学生可以了解诗人费德里戈·加西亚·洛尔卡在西班牙文学中的地位,以及他与弗拉门戈艺术的关系。
        ◼ 课程使用的教学法着重于发展和整合学习者的各项语言技能,使其达到欧洲语言共同参考框架(MCER)所评定的语言能力等级
        ◼ 所有在线课程均为同步实时直播,上课时间将根据学生所在的时区进行调整
        ◼ 通过分班测试了解学生水平,为每个人提供切合其实际需求的教学内容
        ◼ 学生在整个学习过程中都将得到老师的监督和指导
        ◼ 每周一至周四均开课,每周五为固定的课后辅导时间
        ◼ 学生可以和西班牙本地学生进行语言交换
        ◼ 如果学生在课程开始的第一周内申请退课,我们将退还全部的学费。

        价格

        ◼ 22.5学时的单科:225欧

        如果学生在课程开始的第一周内申请退课,我们将退还全部的学费。

        课程时长

        ◼ 单科:22.5学时(四周)

        日期

        ◼ 2020年8月3日至31日

        介绍

        课程级别

        ◼ 最低等级要求:B1.1(具体可参考本页面的“西班牙语语言水平进步表”)
        ◼ 所有学生必须参加分班水平测试 (测试说明)
        ◼ 可选级别:B1,B2和C1

        22.5学时的科目

        ◼ 加西亚·洛尔卡与弗拉门戈

        在所有诗人中,费德里戈·加西亚·洛尔卡与弗拉门戈的联系最为紧密。在所有作者中,弗拉门戈艺术家们只对加西亚·洛尔卡表现出最固执的欣赏态度。一个是西班牙优秀的现代经典作家,一个是西班牙向世界输出的最重要的音乐形式,本课程将研究这两者之间的独特联系。

        学时分配

        • 实时直播课程:10.5学时
        • 学生自主作业:8学时
        • 一对二或一对三的小组课:4学时

        • 拥有多年教学经验的优质师资,不仅擅长对外西班牙语的教学,同时也对历史、文学和文化的教学有着深入的研究
        • 常年与世界范围内的多所大学合作,在对待国际西语学习者方面经验丰富
        • 一对一的专业咨询
        • 隶属于著名的格拉纳达大学,学术成果卓越
        • 授予ECTS学分
        • 对学生进行全程跟进式的辅导
        日期预定金注册费总价
        2020年8月3日至31日225欧

        如果学生在课程开始的第一周内申请退课,我们将退还全部的学费。

        现代语言中心的语言等级标准欧洲语言共同参考框架(MCER)
        9 精通级C2熟练运用
        8 专业级C1
        7 高级B2.2独立运用
        6 中高级B2.1
        5 中级B1.2
        4 准中级B1.1
        3 初中级A2+基础水平
        2 初级A2
        1 入门级A1

        在线分班水平测试(PNO)分为两部分,笔试部分将于测试平台进行,口试部分将通过视频进行。

        学生报名参加在线分班水平测试后,我们会通过邮件发送具体通知,学生需使用邮件中提供的用户名和密码登录测试平台进行笔试。

        学生可以自行选择开始笔试的时间。请注意,一旦登录测试平台后,用户名和密码将于24小时后失效。

        笔试部分完成后,学生会收到关于口试日期和时间的通知,口试将通过Skype, Zoom或Meet进行。

        学生需参加的在线分班水平测试日期如下:

        • 六月课程
        • 笔试部分:5月18日至28日之间
        • 口试部分:5月26日至28日之间

        • 七月课程
        • 笔试部分:6月15日至26日之间
        • 口试部分:6月25日至27日之间
        • 八月课程
        • 笔试部分:
        • 7月27日至28日之间

          报名者需正确填写下面的报名表,选择报名的课程,并进行支付以完成报名 付款方式

          ◼ 银行转账

          收款方: "Centro de Lenguas Modernas"

          银行名称:Caja Rural Granada

          银行地址:Oficina Granada Urbana 21 "Realejo"
          Plaza del Realejo, 8 y 10
          18009 Granada (España)

          银行账号/IBAN: ES16-3023-0134-7254-0965-6203
          BIC-SWIFT号码: BCOEESMM023

          支付货币必须为欧元,且银行转账的全部费用需由学生自行承担,现代语言中心以最终到账的金额为准。

          转账时需注明报名者的姓名,转账成功后,报名者必须通过下面的报名表上传转账凭证。


          ◼电话付款

          在西班牙时间9:00至14:00拨打+(34) 958215660(语音提示后拨分机号208或213),并根据工作人员的指示使用信用卡支付。


          学生信息表


          "*"为必填项
          (请用英文填写)

          性别 * 男(M)女(F)


          报名课程

          2020八月CILYC在线课程


          科目

          22.5学时的科目

          加西亚·洛尔卡与弗拉门戈

          现代语言中心会组织文化和体育活动、旅游、优惠活动、新课程等,我想收到有关这类消息的通知 同意不同意

          我授权现代语言中心在教学领域以外的地方(官网、社交网络、宣传册等)使用/传播本人的肖像 同意不同意

          该表格一经提交,即表示您已阅读并同意现代语言中心的 隐私政策, 总则 以及课程与服务的具体条款*


          Pruebas antonio

          El Centro de Lenguas Modernas es  Centro Colaborador Universitario, Centro Preparador Oficial y Examination Venue. Fórmate con los mejores profesionales y en las mismas instalaciones en las que realizarás tu examen. ¡Fuera nervios y siéntete como en casa!

            To register, you need to specify which course you would like to take, fill out this form and make payment by one of the following PAYMENT METHODS

            ◼ BY BANK TRANSFER

            Made payable to the "Centro de Lenguas Modernas" indicating clearly the student´s full name to our current account held at:

            Caja Rural Granada
            Oficina Granada Urbana 21 "Realejo"
            Plaza del Realejo, 8 y 10
            18009 Granada (España)
            IBAN: ES16-3023-0134-7254-0965-6203
            BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023

            CLM will only recognise as payment the amount received so students must meet any bank charges incurred.


            ◼ BY TELEPHONE

            You can call us on +(34) 958215660 (Extention: 208 or 213) from 9am to 2pm (Spanish time) and give us your credit card details.


            Student data


            Complete the fields with "*"

            Sex * MaleFemale


            Subjects

            Spanish and Gastronomy

            Cooking in Spanish: History and GastronomyDon Quijote’s Weekly Menu

            Spanish Literature, Art and Music

            Music and Poetry: 20 Musicalized Spanish PoemsPop Songs: Urban Pop Music of the 20th CenturyIntroduction to the art of FlamencoKey Artists in Spanish LiteratureGarcia Lorca and the Duende and FlamencoGarcía Lorca: the Duende and the BullSongs and Poems About Moors, Moriscos and Sephardic Jews: A history of losers

            The Woman in the Spanish World

            Life as written by women, from Sor Juana to Rosario CastellanosWomen and Politics

            Art in Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) Class

            Spanish PaintersArtsy SpanishPainting as a Lecture: “Lecture” of the Paintings of La Vida de la Virgin, by Alonso Cano

            Deepen your Spanish Knowledge

            Fundamentals of Academic EssaysWriting in the Academic EnvironmentOnline DebatesLanguage UpdateCommunicative PracticesTell Me About Your PastSpanish Society: Musical and Cinematic PreferencesCurrent Day Spanish In the Press and Social NetworksCommunicative Use of IdiomsSpanish Culture and Costumes for Speakers of ChineseCreative WritingWriting Argumentative and Demonstrative TextsA Whole New World: Advanced Spanish Through Translation (English-Spanish)El español de España y el español de América: Semejanzas y diferenciasEl español peninsular y sus variedades

            The Three Cultures

            Gastronomy of the Three CulturesAndalusia: Scientific Development, Medicine and CultureIslamic Art in Granada

            Teacher Training

            Neurolinguistic Programming and Coaching INeurolinguistic Programming and Coaching IINeuropsychology and ELE: Methodological Bases for the Creation and Design of MaterialsCurrent Spanish Literature: How to Incorporate it into The Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) ClassroomConscious Teachers, Conscious Students: Mindfulness in the Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) ClassroomIntroduction to Bilingualism: A Study and ReflexionThe Key Competencies: Developing Intercultural CompetencyAnalysis of Error and Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE)Didactic Exploitation of Short Films (ELE)

            Spanish for Professionals

            Spanish for the Field of MedicineSpanish for TourismSpanish for Business in the Spanish World


            I wish to be informed about cultural and sports activities, trips, promotions, courses, etc. organized by CLM YesNo

            I authorize the publication / dissemination of my image outside of the teaching sphere (Web page, social networks, brochures, etc.). YesNo

            By sending this document, the client acknowledges having read and agreed with the treatment of their data according to the information provided, the General Regulations that govern the CLM, and with the rest of the information that is detailed on the courses and services offered *

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            INTENSIVE SPANISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE COURSES (CILYC)

            The Intensive Language and Culture Courses, which combine language learning with other (or additional) subjects such as history, literature and culture, are the perfect choice for students interested in acquiring communicative and cultural competence from their own homes.

            Characteristics

            ◼ Class offered during the month of August: Federico Garcia Lorca and flamenco. In this course the student will develop an understanding of the poet Federico Garcia Lorca in Spanish Literature and his relation with the art of flamenco.
            ◼ Developing and integrating communicative skills to reach a level of competence outlined in the CEFR
            ◼ Live group classes
            ◼ Reliable level test so classes adapt to your real language needs
            ◼ Great emphasis on course monitoring and the student’s continuous work
            ◼ Classes Monday through Thursday. Friday, tutorials
            ◼ Live online language exchanges with Spanish students
            ◼ Tuition will be fully refunded if the student decides not to continue during the first week of the course

            Prices

            ◼ Independent subjects:
            ▫ 22,5hrs: 225€

            Tuition will be fully refunded if the student decides not to continue during the first week of the course.

            Duration

            ◼ Independent subjects: 22.5 hours or 45 hours (4 weeks)

            Dates

            ◼ 3 – 31 August 2020

            Presentation

            Levels

            ◼ Minimum required: B1.1 (CLM- 4 Intermediate)
            ◼ Required Level Test (See specifications)
            ◼ Levels offered: B1, B2 and C1

            45-hours subjects

            ◼ Federico García Lorca and Flamenco

            There is no other poet as intertwined with the art of flamenco as much as Federico Garcia Lorca. Nor is there an author, obscure or popular, who the flamenco artists recite and admire in the same manner. This course will study the relation between one of Spain’s most important contributions to the world and the musical form through which it has manifested itself.

            Hourly distribution of 22.5h

            • Teaching of classes with entire Group in real time: 10.5 hours
            • Independent student work (“tutorial session”): 8 hours
            • Personalized class with small groups: 4 hours
            • Experienced and highly qualified faculty in Spanish language teaching and in content subjects such as History, Literature and Islamic Culture
            • Ample experience teaching international students of Spanish thanks to long-standing cooperation agreements with partners and universities from all over the world
            • Personalized academic and administrative assistance
            • The University of Granada’s academic excellence
            • ECTS credits
            • Fully tutorized courses
            DATEREGISTRATION FEECOURSE FEETOTAL FEE
            3 – 31 August 2020  225€

            Tuition will be fully refunded if the student decides not to continue during the first week of the course.

            CLMCommon European Framework (CEFR)
            9 ProficiencyC2COMPETENT USER
            8 SuperiorC1
            7 Upper AdvancedB2.2INDEPENDENT USER
            6 AdvancedB2.1
            5 Upper IntermediateB1.2
            4 IntermediateB1.1
            3 Lower IntermediateA2+BASIC USER
            2 ElementaryA2
            1 BeginnerA1

            The online level test (PNO) has a written part which takes place on the CLM Virtual Platform and an oral part via videoconference.

            Once the student is enrolled in the PNO, they will receive an email with login details to access the written test and information about the oral test.

            Students can start the test when they like but, once they have started, they have to complete it within 24 hours.

            Once the written test has been completed, the students will receive an email with the date and time of the oral test via Skype, Zoom or Meet.

            Online level test dates

            • June Courses
            • Written test: May 18th – 28th
            • Oral test: May 26th – 28th
            • July Courses
            • Written test: June 15th – 26th
            • Oral test: June 25th – 27th
            • August Courses
            • Written test:
            • Oral test: August 27th – 28th

              To register, you need to specify which course you would like to take, fill out this form and make payment by one of the following PAYMENT METHODS

              ◼ BY BANK TRANSFER

              Made payable to the "Centro de Lenguas Modernas" indicating clearly the student´s full name to our current account held at:

              Caja Rural Granada
              Oficina Granada Urbana 21 "Realejo"
              Plaza del Realejo, 8 y 10
              18009 Granada (España)
              IBAN: ES16-3023-0134-7254-0965-6203
              BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023

              CLM will only recognise as payment the amount received so students must meet any bank charges incurred.


              ◼ BY TELEPHONE

              You can call us on +(34) 958215660 (Extention: 208 or 213) from 9am to 2pm (Spanish time) and give us your credit card details.


              Student data


              Complete the fields with "*"

              Sex * MaleFemale


              Course

              CILYC AUGUST


              Subjects

              SUBJECTS 22'5 HRS

              Federico García Lorca and Flamenco

              I wish to be informed about cultural and sports activities, trips, promotions, courses, etc. organized by CLM YesNo

              I authorize the publication / dissemination of my image outside of the teaching sphere (Web page, social networks, brochures, etc.). YesNo

              By sending this document, the client acknowledges having read and agreed with the treatment of their data according to the information provided, the General Regulations that govern the CLM, and with the rest of the information that is detailed on the courses and services offered *


              Inscripción Curso Cambridge 30h

              Si este es tu caso, no tendrás que hacer la prueba de nivel de acceso al curso. Podrás matricularte directamente siguiendo alguna de los métodos que te ofrecemos: pago online a través de tu perfil personal CLM, matrícula presencial o pago por teléfono… ¡Tú decides!

              On-Line

              Presencial

              En la Secretaría del Centro (pago con tarjeta o mediante ingreso o transferencia a la cuenta corriente:Caja Rural Granada, Oficina de Granada Urbana 21 «Realejo», Plaza del Realejo, 8 y 10, CP 18009, Granada, España
              IBAN: ES16-3023-0134-7254-0965-6203
              BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023


              Consulte el horario de atención al público

              Por teléfono

              Exclusivamente para antiguos alumnos. Pago con tarjeta.

              Teléfono: (+34) 958 215 660

              Consulte el horario de atención al público

              DOCUMENTACIÓN NECESARIA

              Deberás completar tu ficha de datos en la plataforma de acceso identificado de alumnos y subir a dicha plataforma la siguiente documentación:

              • DNI o Pasaporte en vigor.
              • Tasas UGR si corresponde.
              • Comprobante del abono bancario (en caso de pago mediante transferencia bancaria).
              • Foto carnet (opcional).

              Deberás realizar la prueba de nivel de acceso al curso ¡de forma totalmente gratuita! Una vez que realices la prueba, podrás formalizar tu matrícula y elegir el grupo que mejor se adapte a tus necesidades según tu nivel.

              Si ya dispones de un certificado oficial de idioma de una antigüedad no superior a dos años, no será necesario que hagas la prueba de nivel. Escríbenos a: lenguas.modernas@clm.ugr.es y te indicaremos como proceder a tu matrícula.

              Puedes elegir las fechas disponibles para realizar tu prueba de nivel a través del siguiente enlace:

              Inscripción Cursos Cambridge

              Si este es tu caso, no tendrás que hacer la prueba de nivel de acceso al curso. Podrás matricularte directamente siguiendo alguna de los métodos que te ofrecemos: pago online a través de tu perfil personal CLM, matrícula presencial o pago por teléfono… ¡Tú decides!

              On-Line

              (ESTE CURSO NO PERMITE MATRICULACIÓN ONLINE – UTILICE UNA DE LAS OTRAS DOS OPCIONES)

              Presencial

              En la Secretaría del Centro (pago con tarjeta o mediante ingreso o transferencia a la cuenta corriente:Caja Rural Granada, Oficina de Granada Urbana 21 «Realejo», Plaza del Realejo, 8 y 10, CP 18009, Granada, España
              IBAN: ES16-3023-0134-7254-0965-6203
              BIC-SWIFT: BCOEESMM023


              Consulte el horario de atención al público

              Por teléfono

              Exclusivamente para antiguos alumnos. Pago con tarjeta.

              Teléfono: (+34) 958 215 660

              Consulte el horario de atención al público

              DOCUMENTACIÓN NECESARIA

              Deberás completar tu ficha de datos en la plataforma de acceso identificado de alumnos y subir a dicha plataforma la siguiente documentación:

              • DNI o Pasaporte en vigor.
              • Tasas UGR si corresponde.
              • Comprobante del abono bancario (en caso de pago mediante transferencia bancaria).
              • Foto carnet (opcional).

              Deberás realizar la prueba de nivel de acceso al curso ¡de forma totalmente gratuita! Una vez que realices la prueba, podrás formalizar tu matrícula y elegir el grupo que mejor se adapte a tus necesidades según tu nivel.

              Si ya dispones de un certificado oficial de idioma de una antigüedad no superior a dos años, no será necesario que hagas la prueba de nivel. Escríbenos a: lenguas.modernas@clm.ugr.es y te indicaremos como proceder a tu matrícula.

              Puedes elegir las fechas disponibles para realizar tu prueba de nivel a través del siguiente enlace: