Language Programs in Southern Brazil

5 Language Schools in Southern Brazil

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These are our "Off The Wall" projects that focus on language and culture - the out of ordinary, the different and the crazy! These projects are uncommon, exciting, fun and beneficial at the same time! They don't fall into the normal categories of teaching or work experience or conservation. So if you like the unusual or the quirky, you might find something here to suit you. ARGENTINA: * Lea...

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Study this summer in beautiful Florianopolis at the Universidad do Sul de Santa Catarina, where Portuguese language and Brazilian culture courses are offered and taught in English for the months of June and July. Located on the island of Santa Catarina, the Florianopolis University campus is close to many beaches like Praia do Sonho. For those who love the sea, Florianopolis is a unique and saf...

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Spend a few weeks to a semester in Brazil studying the Portuguese language with Nikitas Language Abroad Schools. Group lessons focus on actively using the language. Lessons include grammar, reading, writing, listening, and vocabulary extension, with a strong emphasis on communication. Lessons also make use of role-playing, conversations, interviews, and simulated telephone dialogues to help the...

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S&K is implementing Stephen Krashen's Natural Approach and language acquisition theory. The program do not follow any specific plan or course of lessons, but promote language and culture exchange in communicative activities. It emphasizes language acquisition through communication rather than language learning through the study of grammar. They believe that language is a result of human interac...

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TalkTalkBnb offers the opportunity to learn a language for free with travelers from around the world in exchange for offering them accommodation. We are looking for hosts who may not currently be able to travel, but nevertheless have a passion for meeting new people and experiencing new cultures. A “TalkTalker” is comfortable opening his home to others, sharing his own culture and traditions...