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Read, Talk & Write in Spanish

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Liffey Trust Studios

117-126 Upper Sheriff Street

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Talk, read, talk, write (TRTW) is a classroom process that gives students an alternate and compelling way to access content area information.

At its core, the student reads varied texts, factual (ie. press) or literary in order to gain and to deepen content understandings (vocabulary, use of language, estructures).
Surrounding that core are structured opportunities to talk and write about those understanding and putting them in use.
>>> We will use this method to learn and practise Spanish language and culture.
>>> A set of texts carefully chosen to illustrate different points of culture, views and (why not?) grammar will be used to cover this two-hour workshop.
>>> In this session you will be able to learn about Spanish culture, Spanish language and to put that knowledge into practise by participating in the conversation and by performing guided-writing activities.

>>> The learning won't stop at the workshop. After the session you will have the opportunity to benefit from writing homework that will be corrected via email (correcctions and feedback included).



〉About the organizer〈

María Ortega García is a certified Spanish as a Foreign Language teacher by Instituto Cervantes Dublin (Ireland) since 2011, and DELE examiner. She also has a degree in Modern Languages by University of Burgos (Spain) and a Masters in Scenery Arts (Spanish Literature).

She has about 13 years of teaching experience.
In 2011 she founded Online Spanish Tutor where she has been teaching Spanish online to students from all over the world. Recently she has moved to Dublin, where she is organizing workshops about Spanish culture and also about Social Issues.

Publications

• Ortega, Maria, Lobato, María Luisa (dir.) ​No puede ser, ed. de María Ortega; Kassel, Reichenberger, Colección Ediciones Críticas, vol. V.

• Ortega, María. “De hombres celosos y mujeres industriosas: de Lope a Moreto (desarrollo de un tema cervantino)”. 777-786. (Sobre No puede ser de Moreto y su fuente directa, El mayor imposible de Lope, a través de El celoso extremeño de Cervantes).

• Ortega, María. “Recepción y difusión de No puede ser en Europa: Traducciones y adaptaciones de una comedia moretiana”. En: Del verbo al espejo (ver Misceláneos general).

Find her in: http://mariaortegagarcia.com

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