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New for 2024: Co-Op Classes

Despite the fact that both my individual and group classes have comparable prices to other online programs (plus I offer significant sibling discounts), I'm now offering the opportunity for families to get an even more affordable rate by forming their own co-op. 

Co-Op Classes
and Prices

Classes are offered year-round (summer, fall, spring semesters)

Form a co-op group class with at least 5 different families starting from $12 per 50-minute class!

Like Group and Individual Classes, Co-Op Classes Include:

1. 50 minute, live instruction class with me, Señora Kouma

2. Homework, including TPRS workbooks, songs, and Textivate activities

3. Access to eBook library of Spanish graded readers

Benefits of Group Classes: Provide engaging peer interaction and a great value

What are the Prices for
Co-Op Group Classes?


Base Rate: $12 per 50-minute class*

 

*For families with multiple kids:

Second child = base rate +$6

Third child = base rate +$6

Fourth child and on: no additional charge

Note: for young students, 50 minutes of class is broken into two 25 minute classes

 

 















Getting ready for class? See how to Prepare for Class

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One 50-Minute Live Class per Week per Child*
 

 

Monthly payment (4 classes):

$12/class + additional children

$48/mo for 1 child

$72/mo for 2 children

$96/mo for 3+ children

Class Goals, Homework, Assessment

How do group classes work? 
 

  • Group classes will consist of 2-4 families from around the country who are available on the same day/time for live instruction-- note: I am located in the Central Time Zone (CT)

  • The class minimum is 2 students (from different families), the limit is around 8 students for students 7 and up, up to 6 for students 2-6)

  • My goal will be to have ages roughly overlap​

Goals:

  • Students will acquire and be able to use dozens and dozens of high-frequency Spanish words (with new words every week)

  • By the end of a school year, students will have several stories they can comfortably read (or understand, for pre-readers) in Spanish 

  • Students will comfortably use the present tense with vocabulary we have learned and have some exposure to the past tense (subsequent classes will include more tenses)

Homework: Recommended 30-60 minutes/week

  • Review typed class story (sent via Google Doc the first week of class)

  • Listen to curriculum song with lyrics

  • Reading activities/games through Textivate (upon request)

  • Worksheet pages/PDFs

 

Assessment:

Informal assessments are utilized in every class to identify student strengths and weaknesses in vocabulary and grammar. 

See the Preparing for Class page for more information. 

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