Our Spanish courses are, apart from the International Summer Camp, addressed to adults and teens older than 16. We know that adults participating in Spanish courses in Malaga for adults often have different learning capacities than young participants. The main reason might be that the high school/university time of adults has been quite long time ago and switching your mind from “work” to “study”, which normally is the other way around, might be a bit tough at the beginning. The teachers of our Spanish courses in Malaga for adults are aware of this fact and adapt the lessons to the need of the adults.
Our Spanish courses for adults in Malaga are available for all levels (beginners and advanced learnes). You think that it is hard to start to learn a new language as an adult? Well, it might be harder compared to how very young students learn, but our experienced teachers know exactly how to make you learn, understand and talk. Check out this blog post on how we help beginners to learn Spanish in our Spanish courses in Malaga for adults.
If you already have Spanish knowledge and want to repass and learn new things at the same time, you can do so in our Spanish courses for adults in Malaga. Our teachers choose interesting topics to talk about with you.
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Advantages of Spanish courses in Malaga for adults
How younger and older adults benefit from each other
We are sometimes asked by adults interested in participating in our Spanish courses in Malaga for adults if there are mostly young participants or if they will be the only adults in that class. Concerning this question we can tell you that no, you are definitely not alone. During the whole year, we have adults learning Spanish in Malaga.
However, our group Spanish courses are also open to young adults with a minimum age of 16. Like this, it might occur that a Spanish course might be visited by a 17-years old and senior students. Do you think this is a strange combination? Let us convince you of the contrary. We tell you why: Young students have different learning capacities than adults. If adults generally tend to need a bit more time to remember contents learnt in class, this process can be accelerated by the help of younger students in class. Thanks to group work and spontaneous conversations in class adults will benefit from their learning rhythm. This creates a dynamic process in which both types of participants participants from each other.
Even more, young adults often have a different way of thinking about topics that might be relevant in class such as politics, life style and other current topics. This means that in conversations with young students, adults might be faced with opinions they haven’t thought about before (and the other way around, of course). This turns into a big advantage since in the Spanish courses in Malaga for adults both types of participants learn to react to spontaneous ideas of their counterpart. An example: Older adults might consider the 40-hours week as something normal which cannot be questioned. On the contrary, it is the adolescents and younger generations who might be more eager to work less, have more vacation or quit their normal 40-hours week jobs in order to travel around doing part-time doing temporary jobs. When talking in Spanish to people with a different mindset you will enrich your vocabulary and your ability to spontaneous reactions. And it is just this kind of abilities which will be useful in everyday life. But these contacts in our Spanish courses for adults in Malaga won’t just help you learning Spanish, but they will also help to broaden your personal field of vision. Listening to people with a different mindset is encouraging both for your Spanish and for your personal development.