Barton Community College, with the help of Command Spanish Inc., is working to bridge the communication gap between English- and Spanish-speaking individuals with a month-long workshop titled “Command Spanish for the Community.”
The classes are set for 6-9 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays, from July 19 through July 30 in the Technical Building at BCC. The registration deadline is Thursday, July 12.
The course will focus on three main components:
Speaking in Spanish: Learn how to say practical common phrases in Spanish.
Listening in Spanish: Learn to comprehend basic and common phrases used in everyday Spanish that correspond with the Speaking in Spanish component.
Cross-Cultural Issues: Learn some of the most fundamental and generic, non-national specific aspects of Latino culture that may be misunderstood by non-Latinos.
The instructor for the course will be Mercedes Helms. Students will earn one credit-hour for this course.
For more information or to enroll, contact Krystall Barnes at email@example.com or (620) 792-9332.