To start the school year we began working with a new Spanish group in primary. Some students speak French and English, others only French or only English, but they all share the same motivation and desire to speak a new language, they have an intuitive understanding that allows them to exchange in another language, Spanish, in which they are beginners.

At this stage, starting to work on their own identity is important because very quickly they can say their first sentences, ask and answer basic questions such as: ¿Cómo te llamas?, ¿Hablas español?, ¿De dónde eres?

Starting to learn Spanish this way helps them contextualize, which makes them feel useful and able to face new stimuli because they can understand.
Working with music and movement is also fundamental, because as emotional beings, our learning is intimately linked to the emotions generated by the people around us and the activities we perform. On the other hand, music is a great ally for pronunciation and accentuation, collaborating in the great acquisition of sounds.
This motivation is not only expressed in class, but also during breaks and in the corridors, where exchanges in different languages take place spontaneously. The spontaneity with which learners express themselves is very enriching, as there is a common world that transcends the barriers of a single language, training internationally minded people to be generous and tolerant.