Cooking a paella is part of a Spanish course for foreign students from around the world participate in a contest of paellas in a Spanish school for foreigners Valencia, 03.16.1910 On Thursday approximately 100 students in a Spanish course for foreigners find the answers to questions that have been repeated throughout the week: And who of them the best paella cooking? and with snails or without them? and with red or green pepper? Paella is a dish and universal, the birthplace of paella, each village has its own ingredients and each particular adaptation Spanish family. To be a winner will not be easy! In addition to the complexity of the development itself is added the problem of communication. But precisely because of this, the students are in Valencia. All have participated in a minimum of 14 days and your goal is to learn Spanish properly. During the contest of paella can demonstrate what they have learned in their intensive Spanish course. For, such social-cultural activities and leisure are an integral part of their intensive Spanish courses in Valencia. a The students have to lose their fear of speaking, have to step forward and practice what they learned and, with such activities, it is much easier to internalize and fix the concepts studied in class – Andreas says Tessman, one of managers of the Spanish language school for foreigners. – appropriations by that, we offer up to four daily activities to facilitate the learning of our students As reflected in the photos on the website of the Spanish school, among the many and various visits to tourist sites in Valencia, also included a trip to Barcelona.
The Spanish course participants following his Valencia CF the league game against Barcelona. for foreigners, belonging to the network of Cervantes Institute Accredited Centers, is aware that each time learning Spanish opens more doors facing the world of work and personal. Therefore, this Spanish language school for foreigners offers a wide range of Spanish courses in Valencia, both general courses at all levels, to specific Spanish courses for business, tourism, literature, history, culture, football or even cooking. There are courses for all tastes and levels. Only one thing left to be desired: A good appetite!