Language learning can be a very expensive discipline and these high costs can hinder the potential success of students. The Museum of Knowledge team suggests that language learners who wish to learn Spanish bear this in mind when undertaking Spanish language courses. Language learning is expensive because it covers so many disciplines. To be competent in a new language such as Spanish, students must master four areas of expertise; reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This is from where the challenge derives as well as what is sometimes known to be from where the high associated costs derive.
The Museum of Knowledge offers a range of courses for both intermediate and advanced levels at various price points. Language learners who wish to learn Spanish can decide which area they would like to master, in which language and during which timeframe. Spanish language courses highlighted on the Museum of Knowledge programme are divided into reading, writing, listening and speaking over a 30 day or 60 day period. This gives language learners who wish to learn Spanish the greatest level flexibility and scope for growth as they develop their Spanish language skills.
Learning a language such as Spanish takes time and dedication. Of course students who are still in school or University may find that their support network offers them the ability to dedicate the appropriate amount of time to learn Spanish especially as in the end they are working towards an examination result or some other clearly defined goal. For those who are not studying Spanish in a traditional institution, as long as a minimum of five hours a week is allocated towards language learning an individual can learn Spanish independently. This requires of course more than anything else a tremendous amount of discipline.
In some cases having access to Spanish language tutors has always been problematic for those who are unable to travel abroad to take advantage of learning a language with the indigenous population where the language is spoken. So for someone who wishes to learn Spanish, it may not be practical to travel to Spain nor to Central or South America for various reasons including but not limited to time, financial capacity and the distance between the learner’s home and the location of the Spanish language tutor.
To counteract this problem, the Museum of Knowledge offers tailor made online courses. Online courses can be taken at the student’s leisure, morning noon or night with the only exception being tuition offered in the Advanced language learning classes for the Professional and Executive programmes whereby a monitored session is required on a regular basis throughout the language tuition period with a professional Museum of Knowledge linguist. These Museum of Knowledge Spanish language courses sessions include marketing and examination for all registered Spanish language learners.
The remainder of the Museum of Knowledge Spanish language learning programme also however offers great flexibility, enabling Spanish language learners to fit the museum’s modules into their education at a time that suits them and not be hindered by the location of the tutor. As the majority of the Museum of Knowledge courses are conducted online, location is no longer an issue together with which, advances in technology and the option for VOIP recordings enables tutors and students to communicate across borders.