1 Learning Styles

It is essential to present lessons in a variety of ways to accommodate each student’s primary learning style. Combining all three approaches makes teaching and learning fun, faster, and suited for everyone!

Auditory

learn best while they are actively listening

Visual

learn best through engaging images and graphics

Kinesthetic

learn best with physical activities using hands or bodies

2 Multiple Intelligences

“It’s not how smart you are
but how you are smart”

Linguistic – use written or spoken language effectively (poets, writers, comedians).

Musical – perceptive to elements of rhythm, melody, and pitch (musicians, composers).

Visual-Spatial – think in images and spatial orientation (artists, architects, pilots).

Bodily-Kinesthetic – use body skillfully as a means of expression (dancers, athletes)

 

Intrapersonal – strong knowledge of their own internal life (entrepreneurs, therapists, philosophers).

Logical-Mathematical – good with numbers and problem-solving (mathematicians, lawyers, scientists).

Naturalistic  – outdoorsy, in tune with the natural world (botanists, farmers, astronomers).

Interpersonal (Social) – communicate effectively with other people (salespeople, politicians, religious leaders).

3 American Sign Language (ASL)

By pairing Spanish words with American Sign Language, children can learn vocabulary faster and acquire basic ASL skills alongside their Spanish learning!

 

Sign & Sing actively rather than passively with
“Laughter and Smiles”

4 The Power of Positive Thinking

Spanish is fun!

Learn with songs, games, art, and acting.

Spanish is easy!

Thousands of words are similar to English.

Spanish is useful!

Second-most spoken language in the world.