The Spanish Gap Year group that has enjoyed a language stay in Granada. We tell you about the experience with the gappers!
Little by little our groups of students return to school! The era of such a hard pandemic that we are going through is seeing, it seems, its end. And it is that we are receiving groups after so many months … what an illusion! Among them, we have hosted six American students at our school in Granada. We are happy to introduce them to you, and also share with you the program that we have prepared for their stay.
These students have enjoyed two weeks in our city, following a program adapted to their needs. We will tell you!
Intensive Spanish program
During the mornings, the gappers have attended an intensive Sapnish course at iNMSOL. They have been in different groups, attending to their initial levels. In general, the course included the following contents:
- The passive forms in Spanish.
- Review of spelling rules for accentuation.
- Contrast and uses of the past.
- Spanish colloquial expressions.
- Lexicon related to dreams and news Know key terms from Arabic.
- Lexicon related to information technologies.
- Muslim and contemporary art of Granada.
- Literature by Federico García Lorca.
- Different musical styles of contemporary Spanish music.
- Flamenco: tradition and future.
- The geographical diversity of Andalusia.
- Sustainability and climate change.
In addition to the Spanish classes, they have followed a daily program of activities, what better way to get to know life in Granada!
Cultural and immersion activities
Get to know the city of Granada
To get a general idea of the city, and learn how to get around it, our teachers offer visits to the main neighborhoods of Granada during their first days of stay. They have been able to know the most important areas:
- The center of Granada. The Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, and the Alcaicería, are part of the heritage of this city.
- The Albaicín neighborhood and its famous San Nicolás viewpoint offer impressive views of the Alhambra and the sunset.
- Realejo neighborhood and graffiti route. Granada has one of the most recognized graffiti artists in the country, El Niño de las Pinturas.
Flamenco dance workshop
Granada is a city with a flamenco tradition, in dance and song. And we can’t let the students walk away without experiencing this very important part. So we took them to a flamenco dance workshop!
Visit to the Alhambra and the Generalife
Route through the Sacromonte neighborhood and flamenco show
Do not hesitate to request information to prepare the stay of your group of students! We are at your disposal through firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +34 958 29 37 32.