El Centro, near Todo Santos. It is a fantastic location, with close proximity to Parque de la Madre, Parque Calderon, and numerous restaurants with a diverse offering of international cuisine. In fact, within a 1 block radius, we have Columbian, Peruvian, Cuban, Italian, Spanish, and traditional Ecuadorian eateries, we have even heard the neighborhood referred to as the “Los Platos” neighborhood because of the great food diversity.
Address: Casa Asvoria - Plaza Otorongo (Av. 3 de Noviembre y Coronel Talbot) Phone: 0998062331 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Coffee Club Spanish
We use a method called Comprehensible Input. With this program, the emphasis is on assimilating Spanish in the right side of the brain, where we produce speech, instead of focusing on simply understanding the language with the left side of the brain, which is the more analytical side of the brain. The theory behind the method is that foreign language learners will learn a language more quickly, effectively, and with less stress if they are taught through understandable input, much like a child learns a language, rather than only through grammatical instruction. We do this through incorporating vocabulary and correct usage in the context of interactive and comprehensible activities and stories, instead of learning lists of verb conjugations. All of our teachers are native Spanish speakers, who have been trained in the method, and do a great job at fascilitating a fun, informational, and interactive class experience.
Address: Calle Larga y Huayncapac, esquina
Phone: 07 2 831 521
Email: Museo Pumapungo
Facebook: Direccion Cultural Cuenca - Museo Pumapungo - MC y P