According to Pew Research, a 2011 paper by U.S. Census Bureau Demographers Jennifer Ortman and Hyon B. Shin, the number of Spanish speakers is projected to rise through 2020 to anywhere between 39 million and 43 million, depending on the assumption one makes about immigration. Most of these Spanish speakers will be Hispanic, with Ortman and Shin projecting between 37.5 million and 41 million Hispanic Spanish speakers by 2020.
The demand for Spanish speakers will be on the rise. It is important to equip our students with the necessary skills to compete in different professional settings. Latinos Homeschooling is developing a solid Spanish Fluency program which will give your child the opportunity to be challenged and driven to continue to develop language skills.
Your child will be joining a class with other Latino homeschoolers around the country. This will be a supportive and encouraging environment! Students will gain an appreciation for the language!
This 4 week pilot program will focus on the development of the following areas of the Spanish language and its corresponding skills:
This session just ended! We are piloting another program soon for another age group! Visit our website for more details!
My name is Daniel González Blanco and I am a linguist and a language teacher from Spain. I graduated in Philology in 1997 from the University of Oviedo, Spain. I hold teaching qualifications for both Spain and the United Kingdom, as well as language certificates in English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian and Modern Greek. I have been involved in education over twenty five years now, and I have spent the last ten years teaching internationally.
Languages and communication are my passion. I have worked as a radio journalist, a literacy support worker for ethnic minorities and a primary, middle school and high school English, Spanish and French teacher. business offers? Say it here.
My son recently had a terrible first school experience. He is 5 and since he started TK we saw new behaviors that led us to believe he could be on the autism spectrum or have adhd. His school was unable to support him and threatened to kick us out so we decided to withdraw him. We are currently in the process of having him evaluated and finding a new school that can better help us meet his needs and your class could not have come at a better time.
He loved spending time with you and having him online allowed me to work with him on his listening and attention skills. He had developed fear and anxiety about school because of our previous "bad experience," but your class reminded him that school can feel safe and fun and how he says he is ready for a "fresh start." I hope there will be other opportunities for online classes in the future.---Mother of Spanish Class StudentWith Ms. Belinda