The DELE-preparation courses are geared toward students interested in obtaining their Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera – DELE. You will work together with a teacher from Celas Maya, who is an official examiner with a code issued by the Cervantes Institute.
The courses are pedagogically structured in blocks of 25 hours. Initially, a planning process will be carried out with the following steps: explanation of the organization of the DELE exam, diagnosis of the student's level in all the required areas, and finally planning the content to reach the level decided by the student.
2. For the development of the content of the courses we reference previous exams, which is allowed by the Cervantes Institute. We also use specialized texts which have been used in a series of tests and also the approach of the grammar which is always necessary in these cases.
Celas Maya has become an official DELE Examination Centre in the city of Quetzaltenango, Guatemala and is one of two operating in Guatemala. We have been an Examination Centre since 2009, which means that we have the experience of several calls.
The DELE exam has 6 levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2. The C levels are the more demanding levels and require smooth handling of the language, while the A levels are introductory Spanish and the B levels are intermediate.
Professor Miriam Ixcaragua coordinates the course and is an examiner granted by The Cervantes Institute and she has been the President of the Board of Examiners many times. Miriam has many years of experience teaching Spanish, coordinating University programs in Celas Maya and serving as a member of the Academic Committee.
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Testimonials of our Students
Before coming to CELAS MAYA, I already completed two to three years of Spanish at a local community college, including one class in conversational Spanish. However, after learning all the grammar and vocabularies taught in the classroom, I still could not speak the language with any level of confidence. At that point, I decided to try online classes and see if it would be more effective.