Spanish through Song Lyrics
Presented at Osher Life-Long Learning Institute (OLLI)
in Morgantown, WV, by
John Lozier - firstname.lastname@example.org
6 Sessions, Classroom: A
6:00 - 7:50 p.m.
Thursdays, September 29 - November 3, 2016
This class aims to improve one’s ability to speak and understand spoken Spanish, while also enjoying traditional Latin American songs. Presentations include listening to audio and watching video, especially the Venezuelan repertoire. Songs will be played repeatedly in order to capture the lyrics. To help understanding, students will also receive a hard-copy transcription in Spanish, along with a translation into English, for each song. Participants will also learn to sing familiar songs in Spanish (La Cucaracha, Cielito Lindo, De Colores...)
UPDATE - ACTUALIZACION
Entre los participantes se incluyen Rosa Becker y otras de las Mujeres Sabias,
grupo tertulia que se ha reunido desde hace 10 años
al ALCE AZUL en Morgantown
About the Instructor: After a lifetime of different roles and careers (among them anthropologist, small businessman, bureaucrat, agricultural educator, father, and grandfather), John Lozier is primarily a “harper for harmony” and a K-12 substitute public school teacher in West Virginia.
Native Spanish-speakers and rank beginners
are equally welcome.
Interest in singing is encouraged but
absolutely NOT REQUIRED!
To register, call OLLI at 304 293 1793