Salamanca language trip

Grade 6-10 students have the opportunity to join ISP's annual Spanish language trip to Salamanca in northwestern Spain.

Students who study Spanish as second language will be immersed in language learning at the Colegio Delibes. Lessons are adapted to the students' varying levels in Spanish and the trip is designed for maximum exposure to the language.

Students who are studying Spanish as a mother tongue will study Hispanic writers and learn about the literary culture and history of Salamanca. Students will follow Lazarillo de Tormes’ path and visit the Melibea garden described by Fernando de Roja as “La Celestina”.

Salamanca is the best educational trip I ever went on, it was fun and at the same time really educational... I found the teacher amazing and I progressed in Spanish a lot.

Jules, Class of 2014

To find out more about the trip, please contact our Spanish teacher and field trip leader, Mylène Foucher.

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Video made by ISP student Christian Thevathasan
Immersed in Spanish in sunny Salamanca
Immersed in Spanish in sunny Salamanca
In order to immerse themselves in Spanish language and culture, the Grade 6-10 students took a week-long trip to Salamanca.
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A bit of Spanish...

Can you speak more slowly please?
¿Por favor puede hablar más despacio?

Can you repeat please?
¿Puede Usted repetir por favor?

Can I call my parents please?
¿Puedo llamar a mis padres por favor?

I am sorry, I need a towel.
Lo siento, necesito una toalla.

Do you have an alarm clock?
¿Tiene un despertador