What a busy and satisfying week we have had! The group of Trento’s students has already finished its stay. We feel very sorry for it! They had a week full of activities. It was a goodbye very sad, because we felt very good with them. All the host families and the staff of IMSOL got attached to them.
Would you like to know the activities the group enjoyed? Now we tell you about it.
First day of lesson: birthday welcome
The first day of lesson the students can’t start better. It was her friend’s birthday and they had a very nice surprise from her Italian family. During the break, the student saw the corridor of IMSOL decorated with a mural of photographs, and all her friends singing “Happy birthday”…it has been exciting!
Spanish lessons according to their needs
The group was composed by 35 students, and it was divided in different classes depending on their levels (between B1, B2 and preparation of DELE). The entire academic program was prepared in according to the necessities of the students.
Their teachers, everybody natives and with a great experience in the teaching of ELE, they could test their good level, the high participation during the lessons and the will to learn.
Variety of activities in order to discover the Grenadian culture
The Spanish lessons took place in the morning, and in the afternoon they could participate to some activities to discover the Grenadian culture.
They enjoyed some guided walking tours: they knew the centre of Granada and the districts of Albaicín, Sacromonte and Realejo. Always accompanied by our teachers, that were explaining the zone and telling curiosities.
They had the opportunity to visit one of the most important “churrerias” of Granada: there they witnessed the demonstration of how churros are made, this such typical dessert. Later, the students could eat churros and chocolate that had been prepared for them.
And, for sure, they visited some of the most important attractions of Granada:
– Alhambra and Generalife. The group passed the entire afternoon discovering every corner of the palace and contemplating the beauty of its fantastic views.
– Parque de las Ciencias and Planetario. They also had time for science and astronomy in one of the most curious and funny museum of the city.
Their stay was useful not only to improve Spanish language, but also to know more about lifestyle of Granada, customs, gastronomy and Andalusian culture.
We hope to see them very soon!