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Spanish Teachers for Libya

The Spanish oil company Repsol is sponsoring the design, teaching, and evaluation of an Instituto Cervantes online program aimed at Libyan teachers of Spanish as a foreign language. Twenty Libyan Spanish teachers will take the 100- to 120-hour online course this year to improve their methodology for teaching the language, according to an agreement signed by the director of the Cervantes Institute, Luis García Montero, with Repsol Exploracion Murzuq, S.A.

The course will be designed to update methodological knowledge and develop key teacher competencies in teaching Spanish. Trainees must have experience in teaching foreign languages (not necessarily Spanish) and have a B2 level of Spanish proficiency if they are not Spanish speakers.

The Cervantes teacher training department will design the course, which will be developed on the institute’s Moodle platform and will have a practical approach to encourage, through individual and group activities, participation and cooperative work among those enrolled.

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