An immersion program works for people of all ages, and is suitable for those needing to learn Spanish rapidly.
By living with a local host family being immersed in the Spanish language is the perfect means to practice and improve your Spanish while. An excellent chance to experience the Latin American culture, customs and lifestyle. You will have the ability to live it first hand!
Picture traveling to some Spanish-speaking nation and eventually taking that course that raises your learning to new levels. You’d get to sharpen your fluency, all while learning and living the local culture as well as going partying at nighttime!

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An immersion program will help you gain fluency quicker and better.

Have you ever dreamed of speaking Spanish like a native speaker? An overview of research on concentration suggests that regularly and kids who learn another language in an immersion environment are inclined to show higher levels of competence in that language learn to talk it and reading it and writing it successfully.
This translates to adult learning. A recent study shown that adults who learned a language within an immersion environment learn faster than those who learned the new language in a conventional classroom environment like native speakers.

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Learning Spanish will become a top priority.

In a conventional classroom setting, it is difficult for even the most motivated student to learn Spanish. Frequently your only choice would be to talk in Spanish, when you’re in an immersion classroom! If you’re in a Spanish-speaking nation, this will translate to the external world at the same time.

The locals around you are going to speak Spanish as their first language, and you’ll be encompassed by Spanish TV shows, radio stations and magazines. You may have the ability to order a homestay and reside with a family who speaks with you in Spanish.
Taking an immersion class at home? You be talking Spanish several hours a day in course, and listen to Spanish stuff the remaining day.
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Those who understand at least some Spanish will have the easiest time at the start while pupils of levels will reap the benefits of total concentration.
All these are clear benefits of an immersion program. At Instituto Chac-mool we have great experience with our immersion program which will help You learn Spanish in a fast and fun way.

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It is well known that immersion is the best way to learn Spanish, it is the way we all learn our mother tongue, so our brain knows this process already and has already gone thru it.

At Instutito Chac-Mol we know this and we specialize in immersion programs for all ages. We have an immersion program for adults and immersion programs for children and families. You can be sure to learn Spanish in a fun and natural way while you get to know the culture and also make great friends.

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Our tachers are native speakers and also have great experience with Spanish Immersion Programs and we have our own methodology which we have perfected over the years. We love to teach Spanish and we are really good at it. Contact Us so we can explain how our Spanish immersion Program can help you achive your goal to learn Spanish.

We have also created a great tool to help you improve your Spanish Pronunciation and also will be great to learn new Spanish Vocabulary, it is called Hablalee in which we read an article for you and you can read it at the same time, that way you listen the correct Spanish pronunciation and you speed up your reading.

We have received great comments on this new tool and we ancourage You to use it, it is completelly free and we are sure it will help you learn Spanish and also improve your Spanish Pronunciation.

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Aprende español en Costa Rica

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  1. El parque nacional de Corcovado y Bahía Drake

El hotel está situado en la pintoresca Península de Osa, el Parque nacional de Corcovado fue nombrado como uno de los lugares con más biodiversidad del planeta. Junto con la Bahía Drake, esta región se ha convertido en un punto caliente para el ecoturismo para aquellos que quieren ser uno con la naturaleza.

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  1. El parque nacional Volcán Arenal y la Fortuna

Solía ser uno de los volcanes más activos de Costa Rica, el arenal es sin duda un hermoso. Visita un pequeño pueblo cerca de la base del volcán y no te arrepentirás de esta belleza. En este caso no  olvides visitar las hermosas aguas termales, un paraíso tropical donde se puede relajar la mente y el cuerpo.

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  1. Tamarindo, Playa Langosta y Playa Grande

El hotel está situado en la Costa Norte del Océano Pacífico, Tamarindo y playas en los alrededores. Cuenta con aguas cristalinas color turquesa y un clima ideal, Tamarindo es uno de los destinos turísticos más populares por una razón justificada. Tamarindo tiene un poco de “algo” para todos. Si la familia está en busca de relajación o de aventura, esta playa tiene todas las comodidades y la tranquilidad de varios destinos en uno solo.

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  1. Manuel Antonio y Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio

Lo que en este parque le falta en tamaño, lo compensa la increíble riqueza de lugares de interés que se encuentran aquí. Impresionantes playas tropicales, la increíble variedad de aves y animales silvestres, así como una densa y rica vegetación, de fácil acceso y un montón de cosas para hacer, hacen de este parque uno de los lugares de interés turístico más populares de todo el país.

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  1. La reserva de Bosque nuboso de Monteverde

Envuelto en esponjosas nubes, la impresionante Reserva Forestal de Monteverde tiene un aire único misterio. Monteverde es el hogar de más de 3,000 especies de plantas y animales.

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México es uno de los países más ricos de cultura en el mundo, más de treinta estados han visto como se escriben capítulos memorables en la vida de los Morelenses. Debido a la proximidad con la capital,  el estado de Morelos, se ha relacionado siempre con los acontecimientos que han marcado el curso de la historia. De grandes culturas como los Olmecas en el siglo III d.C., hasta los grandes villanos en el país, como Hernán Cortés en la época de la conquista.

En 1522 Hernán Cortés comenzó con la evangelización del territorio que ahora es Morelos, a partir de Cuernavaca, lugar donde se fundó la iglesia y eligió como lugar para vivir, la construcción de su residencia, ahora se conoce como el Palacio de Cortés.

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Cosas que no sabías:

  • Morelos fue fundada el 17 de abril de 1869, por el decreto del entonces presidente Benito Juárez.
    Antes de la infraestructura de los distritos de Cuernavaca, Cuautla, Jonacatepec, Tetecala y Yautepec pertenecían al Estado de México.

El nombre de su capital Cuernavaca proviene del náhuatl Cuauh-nahua-c.

El primer ingenio de azúcar de América latina fue construido en Morelos, y la producción de azúcar y de otros productos la base de su economía en el período colonial.

En Cuernavaca comenzó la carrera militar Emiliano Zapata, al incorporarse al 9° Regimiento de Caballería en 1910.

La feria de Tepalcingo, Morelos; es la segunda más grande en México, sólo detrás de la de San marcos, se celebra el tercer viernes de cuaresma que dura alrededor de una semana.

El platillo típico de Morelos, el más famoso taco acorazado, hecho con arroz rojo, chile relleno, bistec, milanesa o cecina.

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Over almost 50 years, research on language immersion instruction has heralded advantages including cognitive abilities, and academic achievement, language and literacy development in several languages. This research also shows some of the challenges that accompany the concentration model, with its multilayered program of literacy, language and intercultural skills development during subject matter. This chapter summarizes key findings for both challenges and edges.

The problem inquired most frequently in research on language immersion instruction is pupils’ ability to perform on standardized tests. This question emerges again and again in direct response to stakeholder concerns that growth of a language besides #English not endanger education aims that are fundamental, high amounts of written and oral communication abilities in English, and grade-appropriate academic accomplishment. The research answer to the question is consistent and longstanding. English expert concentration pupils are effective at attaining at the same time as, and sometimes non -immersion peers on standardized measures of reading and mathematics.

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This finding applies to pupils from a variety of socioeconomic and ethnic heritages, along with varied cognitive and linguistic capabilities. Furthermore, academic achievement on tests administered in English happens regardless of the second language being learned. To put it differently, whether learning through alphabetic languages (Spanish, Hawaiian, French, etc.) or character-based languages (Mandarin, Japanese, Cantonese), English-proficient pupils will keep pace academically with peers in English-medium programs.

It is necessary to recognize that early studies performed in one way complete immersion programs, where English may not be added until scores 2–5, reveal signs of a temporary slowdown in particular English language skills like spelling, capitalization, punctuation, word knowledge, and word discrimination. That said, these studies also find that within a couple of years after teaching in English language arts starts, the interim vanishes. There were no long term negative repercussions to literacy development or English language.

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Does this same finding apply to pupils in two way immersion settings whose first language is other than English? Before fifteen to twenty years, US researchers found that English students’ academic accomplishment also reached the programs’ aims. By the upper elementary, or in some instances early secondary grades, English students from different ethnicities, language backgrounds, socioeconomic levels, and developmental profiles perform at least as well as same qualifications peers being schooled in English just. Most English students in several schools come from Latino families whose home language is Spanish. As an ethnic minority in America, Latinos are both the fastest-growing student population and the group with the greatest rate of school failure. Research in Spanish/English some schools state that there is a higher grade average and increased enrollment percentage in advanced education because of this student group, compared to Latino peers participating in other kinds of educational programs including transitional bilingual instruction and various kinds of English-medium instruction.

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Although a large proportion of studies have been performed in Spanish/English settings, Dr. Kathryn Lindholm-Leary in a recent study showed results from two Chinese/English programs. Some of the students in classes 4–8 whose home language was Chinese examined at or above their grade level and the same as or well above peers with similar demographic characteristics.

We can conclude that immersion programs bring excelent benefits when learning Spanish or any other second language.

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An estimated three hundred million individuals all over the world speak Spanish and is now the fourth most frequently spoken language world-wide. Geographically, a lot of states and countries have Spanish as a dominant language. Understanding Spanish opens the door for you and 30% of a billion speakers globally to convey!

If you reside in the US, it’s not impossible to keep nearly daily contact with native Spanish speakers in many cities as well as in rural areas. That is definitely true bordering such states as Florida and New York, or Mexico where many immigrants of Cuban roots live. If your house state isn’t situated in any of these places, there’s still an excellent chance of locating Spanish-speakers close to your geographical area. As of 1995, 10% of all individuals living in the US were of Hispanic ancestry. Before 10 years, this amount has continued to grow.

Maybe this can be why 50% of pupils learning languages in US schools and universities are Learning Spanish over other languages. You’ve got the chance to to use your language skills right at home.

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Learning Spanish can help you enjoy more your travel experiences. If you have ever imagined seeing far off, exotic, tropical locations, you do not have far to appear when you consider the great amount of Spanish-speaking nations that match this description. Wherever you decide to go, be it to Central America, México or Costa Rica, will help you to understand the culture and the language of the land you see will provide you with insights into culture and individuals a non-Spanish speaker would never have access to. Understanding a little Spanish ahead of time helps travelers convey successfully, particularly considering that English is not known by a lot of Spanish speakers. Whether giving an address in a cab, making bookings in a hotel, ordering food or beverages in a restaurant, or meeting with the locals at the primary hangout, your traveling experience will be a lot easier and more satisfying.

If you want to learn Spanish at Chac-mool we have great experience with immersion programs and we are located in Mexico which is a great place to Learn Spanish.

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“Culture provides a foundation of belonging and confidence that is essential for meaningful development”, said the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, in her article “Africa´s renaissance starts on school benches” (2016, August12. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/irina-bokova/africas-renaissance-start_b_11467824.html), upholding the fundamental role of education and culture as the keystone for personal growth, speaking at the micro level, on one side, and national progress, considering the macro level, on the other side.

Bringing culture into the classroom tends to be one of the most delightful experiences for both teachers and students. Particularly, in second language teaching the possibilities to play with and implement a wide variety of artistic expressions and representations are infinite. We recently had at Chac-Mool a family of four students- a mother with 3 children- who participated in a very interesting and fulfilling interactive lesson dynamics; Mara- 46, Nadia- 14, Martin- 12, and Peter- 9, each one of them speaks Portuguese, German, English and Spanish. Their final course assignment was to perform the Mayan legend of “Ixtab, Xtabay and Xtabentun” (Tuyub Collí, Leovigildo Bernardo, 1993, Edit. Trillas), a picturesque story depicting the customs and beliefs of the peoples in the Mayan region.

We explained the students that the main learning objective of the task was to make them familiar with some native indigenous traditions and thoughts, which would allow them to better under-stand and penetrate into the cultural pronunciations and behaviors of Mexicans. Then, we presented the whole context of the story, introduced unusual vocabulary, asked the students to paraphrase the legend for the day of the performance and rewrite it with their own ideas, then we let each one of them choose their character.

The next step was to read the legend aloud to challenge and test the students´ concentration and listening comprehension. We kept helping them with the unknown words, clarifying their doubts about some of the peculiar events mentioned in the legend and also assisted them with the decorations and the whole preparations needed for their performance.

Finally, the big day arrived and we all enjoyed the students´ marvelous acting and great teamwork. The performance was videotaped and at the end the students were asked three questions, given in the chart below along with their answers.
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Questions Peter Martin Nadia Damaris

What did you learn? “About the Ma-yan plant and drink Xtabentun.
You can fall down if you get drunk.
Differences in physical appear-ance and social status do not matter, we are all equal. ” “There are many cultures around the world.
Useful informa-tion about the Mayans. ” “New vocabulary like –apestar- stink.
New cultural in-formation about Mexico and the Mayans.
There is a big difference bet-ween funerals in many parts of Mexico and the US. ” “About native culture and the riches of Me-xican nature.
I loved the story and the experience.
The concepts of good and evil are all over the world.”
How will this learning expe-rience be useful for you? “Don’t dring too much.” “Treat everybody fairly and equally.” “I know more about Mexico now.” “There is always justice.
You get what you deserve.
I reaffirmed my idea that people should not seek revenge.”
How do you feel when you learn about new cultu-res? Do you like it? “I feel happy and amazed. I love learning about new cultures and people.” “I feel nervous and also enter-tained about new cultures, places and people.
I love it.” “I just love it.
I get energized and highly moti-vated when learning about new cultures.” “It fascinates me. I love observing to know and un-derstand cultu-res, people and places.”

The institutional research objective of this activity was to assess the level of competence in which the students learn about another culture and how they manage the challenges of being in a different cultural environment. The results we obtained were not surprising at all. For people who travel a lot, speak foreign languages and are used to interact in a great variety of cultures it is easier to show openness, avoid cultural biases and get immersed in a new intercultural interaction.

That was also the case of our students due to their strong international background: being poly-glots and having traveled and lived in different countries explains the flexibility of their intercul-tural behavior and adaptability. They were not afraid of making mistakes, displayed a complete comprehension of the legend’s moral and applied the Spanish language independently showing, at the same time, a very high degree of awareness about their own learning.

The importance and impact of intercultural abilities for building a global mindset were beautifully reflected in this total immersion experience grounded on Dr. Georgi Lozanov’s Suggestopedia method. Undoubtedly, arts and culture are extremely suggestive and influence feelings nurturing curiosity, attentiveness and active meaningful learning. The combination of desuggestion and suggestion in an enriched learning environment leads to eliminate the fear of making mistakes, lower mental block, motivate learning and stimulate students’ self-confidence. Having a look at the Intercultural Effectiveness Scale (http://kozaigroup.com/ies.html) helps explain the relevance that the dimensions of intercultural effectiveness hold for a curriculum that is based on and fosters continuous learning for developing and facilitating people’s approach to cultural differences, intercultural engagement meant to stimulate one’s interest in learning about people from different cultures, and hardiness aimed to eliminate stereotyping in any form.

Therefore, What do a Mayan legend, Suggestopedia and a Spanish Total Immersion Program have in common? The reply is: the power of “soft power”, because the outcomes of the process to effectively build international and intercultural competencies are stimulated by the interdis-ciplinary approach to provide a context of understanding and include culture, arts, traditions, beliefs and ideas into second language teaching and learning. Remembering Mark Twain’s wisdom seems to perfectly enrich this topic: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”

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Turrialba is a typical Costa Rican town of over 70,000 people in a mountain valley on the Atlantic Slope between the colonial capital Cartago and the Caribbean coast. The area surrounding the town is rural with verdant green mountains, river valleys, farms, coffee plantations and rain forest. The Spanish school in Turrialba is just a 5 minute walk to the Central Park and very close to all of our host families. The area near the Spanish school in Turrialba is very Tico (Costa Rican) and few people speak any English, so it is very immersive and safe Spanish School.

Turrialba is very active both during the day and at night and is the center of the region’s social life and its economy. There are many different restaurants, bars, discos, markets, shops and a nice Central Park. Even though many tourists pass through town to ride the rivers, there are not many foreigners living in the area. This makes for a very good environment for students wishing to practice their Spanish and be immersed in the culture while they study at Instituto Chac Mool Spanish School.

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Some reasons to learn Spanish in Turrialba:

• Small intensive group classes of no more than 5 students.
• The Turrialba Spanish school campus is in a picturesque mountain valley, with the best aspects of the city, countryside and mountains.
• The area surrounding the Turrialba Spanish School campus is very rural with farms, ranches and coffee plantations.
• Great afternoon and weekend activities such as Dance and cooking classes, rafting, kayaking and mountain biking.
• Best location in Latin America for families with small children.
Turrialba is the most immersive location with only Spanish speakers in the area.
Turrialba Spanish School is located in an extremely safe area, perfect for families and those traveling on their own.
• Small Spanish school so it is very flexible and willing to set up special programs or group packages.

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When we think of going abroad, especially to some Spanish-speaking nation, we become intimidated at the daunting thought of having to learn a foreign language and nervous. For most baby boomers, thinking of learning Spanish is apparently hopeless or daunting.

If you’re able to say “ you understand a group of verbs like “to talk “ or ” to study “ or ” to run “ or ” to go” and I want” in Spanish, then you’ve already learned a lot. Add in several nouns that are significant and sentences that let you express your demands are being instantly created by you.

Needless to say this is what we need to do when we start to learn Spanish. I’m aiming for the type of practical Spanish that lets you require directions and comprehend the replies… let them know how you need it cooked…ask your neighbors about their family and order a steak …look at property choices.

Most people who move into a Spanish-speaking nation are simply thinking about settling down, finding a safe house, and relaxing. I run into these people on a regular basis at seminars and the conventions. They need to live nicely doing other things and are through with working.

Whether you want to work abroad or in your home country, having the ability to speak Spanish in our fast-globalizing world can help you reach your career goals. An easy job search online with the key word “Spanish” will show how accurate this is. Particularly in our modern world that is working where Spanish has become more and more notable. Based on a study by the Census Bureau Demographers, the variety of Spanish speakers in America is projected to increase to 39 to 43 million.

Maybe you’ve learned which you should learn Spanish to raise your attractiveness to companies before, and maybe you believed it was all a load of crap. But studies demonstrate that talking Spanish really does make you more desired in a company’s eye.

“Being bilingual, it ends up, makes you more intelligent,” Yudhijit Bhattacharjee wrote earlier in 2013 in a piece for the New York Times Sunday Review. “It can have a profound effect in your brain, protecting against dementia in old age and enhancing cognitive abilities not related.” And in America, there’s no question that among the most practical choices for those considering learning a brand new language is Spanish. It’s the second-most spoken language in the state and the dominant tongue of many communities along the U.S.-Mexico boundary, South Florida and Puerto Rico. It’s the language of the majority of our neighboring states in the Western Hemisphere.

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Would you need some useful suggestions about the best method to enhance your Spanish language abilities? We have asked our seasoned teachers for the top 10 hints for learning Spanish.

Be Patient
Pupils anticipate to learn Spanish fast and get warned when they’ren’t talking fluently right away. Take your time and do not anticipate to be speaking Spanish that is perfect . Congratulate yourself on the improvement which you make and attempt to steer clear of making targets that are unrealistic.

Pupils learn Spanish faster when taking courses in a Spanish-speaking nation, and one month of courses in Argentina will allow you to enhance considerably over one equivalent month of courses in your home country. For students that need to study more than only Spanish, study abroad programs in Buenos Aires are an excellent means to take university courses abroad getting credits and while studying Spanish.

Pupils can consistently significantly enhance their Spanish by reading short stories or little posts . Plus it’s an excellent way to pick up phrases and common Spanish words instantly.

Arrange Yourself and Your Work
Our professors propose that you comprehend it and review everything you have learned. Later, you should arrange everything in a sense which you is not difficult to follow and comprehend. You’ll find nothing more frustrating than searching amongst numerous sheets of paper for a crucial piece of advice!

Use Flashcards

Teachers and pupils alike understand that flashcards are an excellent way to memorize phrases and important Spanish words which they come across daily. You can keep the flashcards with you and can check with them easily and quickly. If you keep hearing a word which you do not understand yet if there’s a word or phrase you always forget or while you’re out investigating, write it. By concentrating on the essential areas you must practice then you’re able to perfect your Spanish vocabulary.

Watch Films with Spanish Subtitles

Pupils should make an effort to expose themselves to Spanish television and movie as potential, that will help practice and develop your listening abilities. This can be an enjoyable and method that is especially helpful to acquire your Spanish comprehension skills at a rate that is more rapid while enjoying a movie that is great at once. Here at Expanish, we contain videos so pupils can practice their listening comprehension and sponsor weekly movie clubs.

Learn With a Friend

Learning Spanish can occasionally be a seemingly never-ending and frustrating procedure, by locating buddies who’ll support you when you’re feeling like giving up but the best means to overcome that is. Learning Spanish with a buddy additionally ensures that you’ve got an excellent partner for dialogue practice since your assignments typically just includes composing and reading. There are endless opportunities to meet with new friends in your courses that are Spanish, at your lodging, and by participating in trips and Expanish actions!

Join a Learning Community that is Spanish.

We live in a age where support and advice is hardly difficult to get, so benefit from it. You participate in local Spanish group assemblies, meet for language exchanges or can join on-line support and guidance.
Nevertheless, it’s also a fun, worthwhile and rewarding experience! Here at Expanish we consider that should you really need to learn Spanish then give to immersing yourself and you’ve got to set your life blood into it. Buena Suerte!

 

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