We are a dynamic institution which takes pride in the personal approach we give to teaching Spanish as a second language. We feel every individual student is a very important part of their own learning process and, therefore we give special attention to each and every one of them.
Unlike other programs, our students are not just another number, they are an opportunity to continue learning about different cultures as well as to portray our own to the rest of the world. It is always great to see them develop their skills in our language as they absorb as many aspects of our country as they can. Every time we show our beautiful city to our students, we feel like rediscovering how meaningful it is to us. By the time the program ends, and the students have spent four weeks living with a Mexican family, they have shed most of the stereotypes they had about our country. Thus giving them a greater appreciation of how the culture and lifestyle of people from a "less developed" country is just as grand as any other in the world.
Our institute is called Aztec Spirit since all the staff and faculty are extremely proud of our origins and we try to transmit that feeling to our students. The Guadalajara, Mexico-Summer Session 2001 is suitable both for students with a primary interest in learning Spanish and for those interested in taking related courses in other fields. Our Campus is offering a variety of programs open to applicants of all ages and nationalities, families with children, adults of all ages, and university and highschool teachers and students are all welcome.
Visit our web site (listed below).
Enjoy four weeks of housing with a Mexican family and educational tours and events.
Dr. Carlos Salazar
Aztec Spirit Language Institute
Summer Session 2001-Guadalajara, Mexico
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