Teachers in Spanish teach first class in Australia

A teacher in Spain is teaching first class of Australian students, and hopes it will help students get the most out of the year ahead. Theresa Córdova from Madrid’s Santander university has been teaching English in the Spanish language class for four years, and says it’s helped her students feel more comfortable and confident in their education.

“It’s the first time I’ve taught the class of the whole year, so I have been working hard and I’m really proud of myself,” she said.

“I’m very proud of the way I have managed to build this class, I’m very happy with the quality and the professionalism that I have achieved, and also that I am able to be part of this project in my home country of Spain.”

Teacher Teresa Cóndova says teaching English to young students is important.

Source: News.au She said the class is taking place during a period of financial crisis, and the students have been offered a loan of up to $1000 to attend the class.

But the course has also been funded by a grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC).

“This is something that I don’t think is just going to come in and go,” Ms Códova said.

“I think it’s going to be very useful for young people to have an opportunity to work on something that they are passionate about and that they feel they can get a good education from.”

Teachers in Spanish class, a new approach to English lesson, on News.co.au.

Source in Spanish: News AustraliaTeachers at the Santander University in Spain have been teaching Spanish to Australian students.

Students at the university say the course is a great way to get an idea of how teaching English can work.

Teacher Theresa Códerova from Spain speaks Spanish in the classroom.

Ms Códarova said it has also helped the students understand that she had to use Spanish as she had taught English in Spanish.

She says the class will be the first class taught in the United Kingdom in four years.

Many teachers say the teaching of English in a foreign language is becoming more common.

However, Ms Cotdova says that the teaching needs to be done properly and with students taking part.

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