At Conexión Creando Puentes we dedicate the bulk of our activity to teaching languages to immigrants in vulnerable situations or refugees. In particular, we have a wealth of experience and dedication to teaching Spanish.
To this end, we have an experienced corps of volunteer native teachers, as well as an important number of agreements with universities with programmes for teaching Spanish as a second language (ELE), such as Camilo José Cela, Nebrija or UNIR, whose students collaborate with us in our disinterested work.
We offer two teaching modalities, one in person in Barcelona and Badalona, and the other online. For the former we form groups of a maximum of six people, while for the latter we have group classes of up to four students or individual classes.
These usually have a teaching load of between two and four hours per week, depending on teacher availability or the needs of the student, and last approximately three months.
Online classes for all audiences
Our classes follow the organisation in levels proposed by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and its syllabus.
Therefore, we cover basic aspects of the language such as pronunciation, grammar and lexis, as well as encouraging the development of skills that allow our students to improve their pronunciation, to get to know the socio-cultural environment of Spain better, or to be able to continue their learning independently after our body.
Please, if you are interested, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!