Grammar is one of the central elements in the teaching-learning process of Spanish as a Foreign Language and, in turn, it is a problematic field for teachers.
The virtual program is offered by the Spanish Center for Foreigners – CEPEX – of the Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty.
On September 22 of this year, our fifth year of Spanish classes in Surinam finished. 99 students of varying levels received their certificates indicating their progress in the course.
Johana, Diomedes and Eliécer are from the Arhuaco community in the north of Colombia. Benoit, Carmen and Laetitia, on the other hand, are French. All of them are students of Externado University and they have something in common: not only did they have to adapt to a new language but also to life in the cement jungle we call Bogotá
The Spanish Centre for Foreigners—CEPEX, would like to call on all those interested in studying the program which is available online. Registration is open until July 10th.
The possibilities for letting imagination fly and involving creativity in language classes are greater every day.
Technology has become a key ally for teaching and has opened the doors to new educational uses allowing teachers and students to become more effective in the teaching-learning process.
Technology has become key in teaching and has opened doors to new educational practices allowing teachers and students to become more effective in the teaching-learning process.
Surinam, Barbados, Granada and now Turkey make a part of the list of countries to which the Spanish Centre for Foreigners—CEPEX has taken the teaching of the Spanish language as a vehicle for cultural diffusion and exchange
Today, Monday February 19, our first course of Spanish for public employees in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, began. This is done within the framework of the initiative for the diffusion of Colombian culture through the teaching of our language and in this way turning Colombian into an ideal destination for learning Spanish.