jueves, 14 de abril de 2011

Spanish in small groups

Although most of our Spanish instruction is performed one-on-one, we often handle groups for Spanish instruction, volunteer work and cultural training at Estacion Biologica in Laguna de Apoyo, Nicaragua. Here are some images from a recent group from a school in San Francisco, California.

The shade of tall trees makes the best stting for Spanish study. Aura is a language professor and also an expert at birds and moths and butterflies. She participates in several research projects at Estacion Biologica. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

The young people enjoyed a swim at the beach in front of Estacion Biologica after Spanish classes. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

A mango tree provides refreshing shade from the midday sun for these students, who are practicing diction. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.  

Our ample yard at Estacion Biologica is in front of the lake for a fast entry once classes are over! Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

As can be seen on the left in this picture, we often have campers at Estacion Biologica. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.
Our volunteer, Soren, is explaining how we use mist nets to study birds to the group in a group activity.  Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

Soren is responding to questions about bird study and conservation. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

A Spanish student learns to hold a captured bird. This individual is a female Great-tailed Grackle. This species is present where human activity is intense, such as yards of homes. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

Spanish students and their teachers are enjoying a relaxing moment before dinner at Estacion Biologica. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.

After Spanish class, students joke around with Lorenzo. Photo by Stephan Beekhuis.
We at Apoyo Spanish School are happy to provide experiences in Spanish language, culture, and nature by sharing our own experiences with others. Please contact us if you would like more information.

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