Spanish For Teachers in Buenos Aires

Spanish for Teachers Program

Spanish for Teachers in Buenos Aires is a two-week development program in Buenos Aires, Argentina, crafted specifically for teachers of Spanish as a foreign language. This course consists of theoretical classes and teaching practice which includes leading Spanish lessons at Expanish in Buenos Aires.

The Spanish For Teachers in Buenos Aires course is designed for native or non-native speakers of Spanish who teach the language as a second or foreign language. Course participants must have at least a C1 level of Spanish by the CEFR.

Participants must have a desire to improve their language teaching skills, an interest in acquiring practical didactic knowledge in the classroom, theoretical and methodological pointers and in learning about the preparation and elaboration of authentic material for these purposes.

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Quick Facts Spanish for Teachers

Lessons per week: 30 lessons per week (20 Spanish lessons + 10 teaching practice lessons)

Class Length: 50 minutes

Program Duration: 2 weeks

Schedule: Monday to Friday. Classes from 9:30 am to 1:20 pm and teaching assisting from 2:30pm to 5pm (approx) two days a week.

Spanish Level: C1 or higher

Class Size: maximum 12 students

Start Date: January 8 / July 16 (Contact us for other dates available)

What’s included: Certificate, Welcome pack, Spanish course book, immersion activities, 24/7 emergency assistance, benefit card, orientation.

Spanish For Teachers Buenos Aires
Spanish For Teachers Buenos Aires
Spanish For Teachers Buenos Aires

Spanish for Teachers Course Content

This course will focus on the theoretical frameworks of varying teaching methods of existing ELE and will demonstrate to participants the different methods of incorporating the communicative method within a Spanish class setting. This spanish inmersion program for teachers in Buenos Aires will also provide participants with the practical tools they will need to structure their own ELE classrooms by offering a range of resources including:

  • Structuring a class
  • Managing teacher-student interactions
  • Identifying and teaching to different learning methods in students
  • Presenting grammar and vocabulary
  • Adapting and preparing didactic materials
  • Using images, audio, and video (ICT)
  • Incorporating educational games and activities in a classroom productively
  • Distinguishing and correcting common mistakes and errors
  • Evaluating student progress
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Sample Day
9:30 AM
1st group module
11:20 AM
2nd group module
12:30 PM
3rd group module
1:20 PM
02:20 PM
Teacher Assisting

Spanish for Teachers Course Structure

The course is a total of 60 hours. 40 hours will be theoretical classes during which participants will discuss the practical implementation of what they learn. These classes will take place 9am-1pm, Monday – Friday. The final 20 hours will allow the participants to act as teaching assistants, during which participants will have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge in a real world classroom with groups of multicultural students of different levels studying in the Spanish school. These practical hours will take place the second week of the course from 2pm-4pm, Monday to Friday.

Method of Evaluation and Certification

The course evaluations consist of a final exam and two practical presentations. The latter consist of putting together a sample class together with its corresponding didactic material (physical and visual). Attendance and punctuality is another point that should be evaluated, with 80% attendance for the theoretical classes and 100% for the practice. At the end of the program, each student receives an official certificate proving their participation in the spanish course for teachers in Buenos Aires.

The Academic Team

Gabriel Aragona

Academic Director

Sonia Herskovits


Antonia Iorio

FAQ Spanish for Teachers

Can I take the course any time of the year?

No, we have specified start dates for this course.

Where do the teacher shadowing lessons take place?

The teacher shadowing lessons take place in our school as well as classes.

Is there a minimum Spanish level requirement?

Yes, this course is intended for teachers of Spanish as a second or foreign language and who have a minimum Spanish level of C1 (advanced).

Interested in this course?