Regular Class Types
We have three kinds of classes that run on a regular basis.
Specialized Class Types
We also run specialized classes for those with specific language learning or professional needs. Here are descriptions for a couple of the more common ones.
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What is the SF Spanish teaching style?
SF Spanish classes are comfortable learning environments for students at any level of Spanish language proficiency. We offer both private and group classes. Whichever type of class you choose, lessons are organized around conversation, reading and weekly blogging homework. All classes focus on three things: building fluidity in speaking and comprehension, diversifying vocabulary, and perfecting pronunciation.
We realize that our students come from all ages and backgrounds and bring a variety of opinions and reasons for coming to class. With this in mind, SF Spanish teachers craft classes that work with a particular group or individual's learning interests. Our teachers are professionals with strong backgrounds in teaching Spanish. They come from different areas of Latin America and bring their unique experiences and personal curiosity into the classroom.
SF Spanish also strives to create an active community of Spanish language learners. We hold quarterly SF Spanish Socials, where students and members of the public can meet with one another and speak together in Spanish. People look forward to these events. We also have students contribute to our interactive website on a regular basis.
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What language levels do you accommodate?
We take students at all levels of instruction. Please refer to our class description page for more details.
How do I know what level I should take?
An SF Spanish teacher will meet with you, assess your level of language proficiency and then suggest a placement. We will also let you know when you are ready to move on to a higher level.
Where do you offer classes?
We currently hold classes in the Fillmore and Mission Districts of San Francisco. At the moment, we do not hold regular classes in the East Bay or Marin. If you would like to have a class in your area, just give us a call at 415- 735- 4184 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We will see how we can accommodate you.
Class and Cancellation Policies
For all classes, we ask that students sign a Cancellation Policy Agreement form. The form will cover the following information in detail.
Each class has a maximum of 6 students and a minimum of 2 students.
If students cancel 48 hours or more (early cancel) before a class is scheduled and one student remains scheduled for the class, the remaining student will be notified as soon as possible that the class has been cancelled for that day and the class will be credited back to their account. Will will also try to accommodate this student with another class at their language proficiency level for that week. However, if students cancel 48 hours or less (late cancel) before the class is scheduled, class will continue as scheduled with the one remaining student.
If only one student is left in a class due to other students changing their schedules or dropping out, the class will be cancelled only until more students are available for that time slot and language proficiency level. The remaining student will be notified of the cancellation and given options for other class times at their level. This does not mean the class time is cancelled indefinitely.
If you have any questions -- or would like to schedule a class in your area --please contact us at SF Spanish 415-735-4184 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
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