It’s easy to find an instructor to teach Spanish that Works
Organizations such as libraries, school districts, city government, business, and community groups typically choose their own instructor to run the Spanish that Works course. Your instructor should have a good command of Spanish, including a native or near-native pronunciation of the language, and experience in leading a group. Because everything is spelled out in the text, Spanish-speaking staff or community members with group facilitation experience and a basic knowledge of grammar can lead the class. Community college and high school Spanish teachers are also an excellent resource.
Team teaching can be a good option for groups without a professional Spanish instructor. For example, you have a staff trainer that knows only a little Spanish, but is skilled in group facilitation, and a bilingual staff member who has an excellent command of the language, but is inexperienced in teaching. In a team situation, one can support the other.
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