Method to learn Spanish at home

Try our e-learning method!

There are many methods around learning foreign languages. However, we believe that the e-learning one is the most suitable for people who don’t have time to attend a traditional class.

We attend individual people, groups, institutions, companies and educational communities thanks to our tailored Spanish learning programmes: general Spanish, conversational Spanish, DELE exam (Instituto Cervantes diploma), Spanish for specific purposes, and so on. Book your Skype informative session for free here and discover the method that really works!

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Faro de Lenguas has its own teaching system based on the use of three independent elements: learning material, recorded lessons and tutoring actions.

Furthermore, the student can enjoy extra activities for free, such as our podcast Faro de Lenguas Magazine (ivoox, iTunes) and our blog, which offers articles to read, interactive activities, tips, and so on.

Learning material.


That contents all the accurate information to follow the lessons. It usually consists of a set of schemes, central and essential element that serves as support for the recorded lessons and that offers the essential information of each subject; notes and/or documents, that extend and complement the contents explained in the lesson, and, finally, the practices, fundamental to guarantee the learning, with their respective key.

The following elements are included:

  • Diagrams
  • Notes.
  • Documents.
  • Exercises sheet and keys.


Recorded class.

It consists of a meticulous and eminently active explanation of the content of the scheme that the student completes following the indications of his / her teacher’s partner. Normally, its duration is 30 minutes.

Tutorial action.


It completes the two elements and encourages the contact of the students with the teaching staff helping them to solve any doubt or problem that may arise during the delivery of the training action. It can be face-to-face and/or remote (telephone, email or online) and favours system feedback.