¡Bienvenidos a la Clase De Español!
Spanish for Beginners
Spanish is becoming more and more present in our daily lives, and being able to understand and speak it is an invaluable tool in today’s world. This class is for interested learners who have little to no exposure to the Spanish language. Come and learn about the basics of the Spanish language while also exploring different aspects of Hispanic culture!
6-Week Sessions–Tuesdays at 6 p.m.
Begins June 7th, 2016
The focus will be on developing the basic linguistic tools necessary to communicate orally—come to class prepared to listen to and speak in Spanish! (No experience necessary.) Handouts and other materials will be provided, and weekly homework assignments will help to reinforce what you learn in class. Depending on everyone’s interest, we may consider getting a textbook.
6-Week Series is only $60.
We ask that you also join the Mill Society to support our efforts to bring amazing programming like this and more to the community.
Instructor: Molly L. Palmer, PhD
Molly has been teaching Spanish for over 10 years. She has traveled extensively in several Spanish-speaking countries including Mexico and Peru, and she lived for several years in Spain while conducting research for her dissertation. She earned her PhD in Spanish Cultural Studies from Rutgers University in 2010. Molly has taught a variety of Spanish courses at different levels, including basic Spanish language, literature, culture, and conversation. She brings her enthusiasm for the language to every class she teaches. Molly currently works in English language assessment at Educational Testing Service in Princeton, NJ. She also does volunteer translation and interpretation work for Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), a non-profit organization that helps provide unaccompanied immigrant minors with pro bono legal representation.