Staying in Spanish in Your Class—Part 3Brooks
When you stay in Spanish in your class, your students will be more motivated to learn Spanish because they will see, through your example, that Spanish is fun, useful, and has many purposes. This is why it is so important to make speaking Spanish fun for your students. One of the joys of teaching Spanish is that speaking Spanish is fun. Whether you are a native Spanish speaker or it’s your second language, it’s important that you convey your excitement and interest in Spanish—by your attitude in class, by connecting your students to the Spanish-speaking community in your town, and by talking to them about the many advantages of knowing a second language.
We are very proud of the Sonrisas Spanish School Curriculum because all of the games, activities, stories, songs, and art projects make it easy to create a fun and exciting environment in your class in which you are able to stay in Spanish at least 90% of the time.