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08Jun

Bachillerato Dual Americano en el colegio María Reina – Aravaca

Desde EEUU llegan los “Honor Roll Certificates” para nuestros alumnos de Bachillerato Dual Americano de nuestro colegio María Reina  – Aravaca por sus excelentes resultados. ¡El talento traspasa fronteras!

Con la entrega de estos diplomas concluimos el primer curso de esta iniciativa en el Colegio. Un programa donde los alumnos han tenido profesores de Estados Unidos y compañeros de múltiples países, siguiendo una metodología dinámica que se adapta a las necesidades de cada alumno. Un reto que va más allá de la competencia en el idioma, pues supone una inmersión en otro sistema educativo y cultura. Además, obtendrán el mismo título de Bachillerato Americano que aquellos que estudian en EEUU.

Felicitamos a nuestros alumnos que ahora tienen por delante unos meses de merecido descanso. El curso que viene retomaremos el programa también con aquellos alumnos que han realizado la matrícula este curso. De este modo, seguimos creciendo con nuestro afán de proponer a nuestros alumnos iniciativas que preparan para el futuro mientras aprovechan y disfrutan del presente.

Congratulations!   #ActivePeople #CreativeMinds #FutureLeaders

Para aquellos que quieran saber más sobre el Bachillerato Dual Americano, nuestra auxiliar Alexis entrevista a María y Álvaro:

 How many months is this program?

M: It’s like the school year from September to May.

When do you have class?

A: We have a video call every month. The day of the class changes but it’s always during the week.

What time are your video calls?

M: Usually 6 pm.

A: Yeah, 6 or 7 pm.

How long is the call?

A: One hour.

How many subjects do you have?

M: The first year we have one subject. English 2.

A: We will have more subjects the following years.

 What do you talk about in that hour?

A: Usually they put one thing to talk about and we talk about it.

 Can you give me an example of some of the topics you did talk about?

M: Animal rights.

 What kind of things did you do?

A: Every week we have a task.  There are videos and links to watch and a lot of texts.

 So you have to read a lot?

A: Yes.

 Are the texts, links and videos difficult?

A&M: No. Not much.

 Do you have a favorite topic that you discussed?

A: One day we talked about famous people.

 Why did you like this topic?

A: Because it’s interesting to talk about the things that a person did.

M: Animal rights because I like animals.

 How many teachers do you have?

M: One teacher per subject.

 What about your classmates…are they from all over the world?

M: Yes.

A: There are not always the same people, like, in one class you have some people and in another there are other people.

 Do you have to take tests?

M: Yes.

A: They don’t count for marks but at the start of the year we have to do one and when you finish the year, do another to view your progress.

 Is there anything that you really like about this program or about these classes?

A: You don’t have to study much and it’s more fun.

 Is there anything about the program or classes that you don’t like?

M: I like the content-like sessions and that attendance is part of the grade.  But I don’t like recordings.

 Do you think this program is helping you to learn more English?

A: Yes, because it’s more interactive and better than studying grammar.

M: Yes. Also, I really like it because I prefer online classes.

 Would you recommend this program to your classmates?

A: Yes, for sure!

M: Yes, they would enjoy it.