Another year has come and gone as we prepare to say goodbye to 2022. We here at HOLA continue to grow, evolve, and learn together as a community.
Here in Toronto, Halloween is incredibly popular. We celebrate by dressing up, carving pumpkins, trick-or-treating, and decorating the whole property.
Spanish speaking countries have different celebrations this time of year. Below we’ve put a list together of countries around the globe and what this season looks like for them.
Now that we have entered the fall season, the weather will start to cool down, and it won’t be long before we start getting some snow! The time soon approaches when we will put away our shorts and summer dresses and trade them in for light jackets and eventually coats.
Sometimes as parents or caretakers of children, we believe that children play too much and need to focus more seriously and strictly on academics. But what if we told you that children learn best through play? It is essentially their job to play, be tactile, and imaginative.
Using all of our senses when learning a new language, such as Spanish, helps us absorb and retain it. We here at HOLA believe in the methodology of learning through the senses and have made it part of our curriculum.
We’ve talked about the benefits of in-person learning both one-on-one and in a group setting, but there is also the option of online learning and hybrid learning, and they have their own benefits. Here at Hispanic Open Learning Academy (HOLA), we offer each type of language learning setting because we know everyone has different styles.
Collaborative Learning vs One-on-One Learning If we’ve learned anything in the last 2 years, it is that the experience of learning is ever-evolving and growing; when you’re learning a language in person or online it’s possible to learn both with an instructor one-on-one or in a group setting. Learning can happen in a variety of …
We believe that watching movies or tv shows in Spanish will allow you to hear conversational Spanish in real-time and teach you a bit about the culture from where they’re based.
Patricia Dominguez · Aug 24, 2020 · 1 min read Spanish Classes are virtually and in person. To ensure a safe and open learning environment, we will be running our Spanish classes virtually and in person as per request. Registrations will start on August 1st and lessons will commence on September 14th. If you are …