Spanish Education for Women

SEW uses best practices from the field of second-language acquisition.  We emphasize listening and speaking skills and take great pride in our own text, Cuando Una Está Decidida.  Students receive thirty hours of instruction weekly.   Morning classes are held on the campus of ITESO, a local Jesuit university.  Class sizes are very small, and all our instructors hold college degrees.  Afternoon activities include tutoring, seminars, site visits and interviews with local professional women.

 

Engaging Classes

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Writers Workshops

Women’s Stories

Theater & Song

Movement & Stretching

Meaningful Field Trips

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Immigration
Human Rights
Women’s Issues

Welcoming Families

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Orientation
Health & Safety Guidelines
Language Strategies