AmeriSpan's Program for Spanish Teachers in Oaxaca, Mexico is designed for Spanish teachers who wish to expand upon and update their knowledge of second language methodologies and theories.
Through daily workshops and lectures, the program provides professional support, giving and exchanging information on the development and new uses of Spanish. The course also touches on the most controversial formal aspects of Spanish grammar. The current cultural, political, social, and economic situations in Mexico are key elements of the program.
The state of Oaxaca is one of the most important archaeological zones in Mesoamerica. The city boasts an abundance of colonial architecture and a strong indigenous presence. The ambiance is both relaxed and energetic. Oaxaca has one of the most active central plazas in Mexico; there is rarely a dull moment. The blend of cultures sets a tone that is both remote and cosmopolitan.
Diversity is the word that best describes Mexico's people and geography. Over 50 different indigenous groups, each with its own language, comprise 28% of Mexico's 83 million inhabitants. Divided by the Tropic of Cancer into the temperate North and the tropical South, the country boasts snow-capped volcanoes, jungle clad beaches, deserts, archeological ruins, modern cities, upscale resorts, and isolated villages.
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