Local Non-Profit Launches Language School
Punta de Mita, Nay. – Tres, dos, uno! The countdown is on as PEACE Language School prepares to open their doors on October 25th. Expats and tourists are signing up to culturally and linguistically integrate themselves in the Mexican way of life while supporting communities throughout the bay.
“This is not your typical classroom,” says Adriana Giselle Martin del Campo, Language School Director. “Students who were once embarrassed to attempt Spanish with locals emerge enthused and confident in their knowledge. They’re able to re-enforce what they learn every day in the real world.”
The PEACE Language School Programs have been customized to meet the needs of English speaking tourists and expats in Mexico by blending vocabulary and grammar with cultural activities catered for everyday use abroad. Through three levels of Survival Spanish ( 2 and a half hour, five-day courses,) taught by experienced, bi-lingual teachers, students will learn how to ask for directions, use Mexican currency, request help, order food and know what to do in case of an emergency. Students will also receive important cultural tips that will enrich their visit including activities such as salsa dancing, Mexican slang, Mexican cooking or learning about Mexican history, art and music.
One-on-one classes, group courses and one week intensive workshops are offered upon request.
Monday through Friday 9 am to 11:30 am
Second week of every month: Punta de Mita
Third week of every month: Puerto Vallarta
Fourth week of every month: Sayulita
Contact peacelanguageinfo(at)peacemexico.org for more information or to register for class.
PEACE: Protection, Education, Animals, Culture and Environment, is a nonprofit organization established in 2005, made of four main programs which focus on education, entrepreneurship, animal well-being and community engagement in the coastal regions of Nayarit, Jalisco and Quintana Roo, Mexico. Through innovative and community-based programs, PEACE is working to improve the quality of life in local communities throughout the Bahía de Banderas and beyond. For more information, please visit http://www.peacemexico.org/.
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