BYU Summer Institute for Spanish Teachers

The BYU Summer Institute for Spanish Teachers is offered every third year (2017, 2020, 2023) and allows the practicing teacher to refresh their linguistic ability in Spanish, increase their understanding of the Spanish culture, and gain 9 semester credits of graduate course work.

This is accomplished through specialized courses that start on campus and are completed in Spain. Teachers may apply to attend the summer institute apart from the master’s program.

Scholarships provided by BYU help reduce the cost to teachers, making this program an incredible opportunity and bargain!!

It will change the way you teach (for the better).

June – July 2017

Courses

Span 674 (Teaching Hispanic Culture)  –  Span 577 (Spanish Teaching Methodology)  –  Span 680 (Spanish Language Skills)

Places to Visit

Madrid – Madrid central: Puerta del Sol – Plaza mayor – Plaza de España- Templo de Debod – Palacio Real – Catedral de la Almudena – Muralla árabe – Mercado de San Miguel – Museos (Prado – Reina Sofía – M. Antropológico) – Milla de oro – Templo SUDanalucia

Castilla – Consuegra – Alcalá de Henares – Segovia – Toledo – Salamanca

Andalucía – Granada – Costa del sol – Pueblos blancos – Sevilla – Córdoba

Zona este – Barcelona – Valencia – Cuenca

There is a $35 non-refundable application fee.  Limited space.  Deadline application, February 15, 2017 or earlier if spaces are full. Apply online at http://kennedy.byu.edu/summer-institute-for-spanish-teachers/.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Nieves Knapp
(801) 422-3196