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ILTS Spanish (056) Spanish Test Preparation

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Spanish Test Preparation

CX offers intensive test preparation in Guatemala and online for the ILTS Target Language Proficiency—Spanish (056)  for teachers needing to pass the Spanish Illinois Certification Testing System.

This course is designed for those teacher candidates who have not yet been able to pass it and for teachers who will take it for the first time.

In our intensive Spanish preparation for the Spanish ILTS in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, the future teacher not only will improve his/her Spanish skills but will also be able to raise their score on the test without stress and anxiety.

Spanish Test Preparation

ICTS Spanish Test preparation

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Our Spanish preparation is based on the content areas of the test: Listening, reading comprehension, linguistic and language structure, cultural understanding, and written and oral expressions.

Our teachers have 33 years of experience years teaching Spanish knowledge and language skills and familiarity with this test and other ones.

The format for the instruction is one teacher per student, five hours a day, five days a week including homestay with a Guatemalan family. Living with a Guatemalan family will enhance your cultural and linguistic experience.

We highly recommend taking at least two weeks of Spanish instruction to give you that advantage you need to pass the test in a confident way. However, if you feel that your Spanish is at a lower level, you might want to consider more weeks of instruction.

Tuition 
$185.00 per week low season.
Online $14.00 per hour when you buy 10 hours. In addition, you will obtain a free hour.
Homestay is $75.00 per week.
$50.00 non-refundable registration fee.

Tuition covers:
Homestay with a Guatemalan family, 3 meals a day. 1 or 2 students per family.
Daily social and cultural activities: field trips, excursions, cooking and dancing lessons, lectures, volunteer work, movie presentations, etc.
One-on-one instruction, 5 hours daily, 5 days a week.

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