Spanish test preparation NES

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Spanish test preparation

Casa  Xelaju, a Spanish immersion school, offers the NES Spanish 401 Teacher Certification Test  Preparation for AZ, NM, OR, WA, WI, CA,  in Quetzaltenango or online via Skype.

teaching spanish in guatemala | Spanish test preparation NESGuatemala. Future teachers who enroll in the test Spanish preparation will receive 5 hours of instruction daily, 5 days a week with a one-on-one format.

As part of the preparation, teachers will live with a Guatemalan family. Living with a Guatemalan family will enhance the speed at which teachers will master the language and understand oral communication, a key component of the test.

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The Spanish test preparation covers the six areas of the test: interpretative listening and writing, language structures, cultural understanding, and presentational writing and speaking. The preparation will be taught 100% in Spanish.

For over 20 years, Casa  Xelaju has been offering more than 30 Spanish test preparations for teachers, college students, people working for the State Department or business companies.

Our teachers have the knowledge, talent, and motivation to prepare you to pass these tests with the highest scores. Our teachers hold teaching licenses issued by the  Guatemala Guatemala Secretary of Education.

You should bring a grammar book, the books sold by ORELA to Quetzaltenango,  Guatemala.

With an incredibly wealthy experience of 25 years in teaching Spanish, Casa  Xelaju has successfully produced over 10,000 satisfied students from all over the world whilst maintaining the highest academic standards and a guaranteed level of individual satisfaction. Our Spanish program is fully accredited by the Guatemala Secretary of Education.

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