CSL Offers New Term of Language Classes for March
The Chattanooga School of Language (CSL) will spring forward in March with a new six-week term of language and culture classes for adults and kids, beginning March 16.
Beginning level group classes for kids, grades K-5, are available on various days and times during the week. Adult classes are offered in more than ten languages at different levels of proficiency.
CSL operates with an emphasis on flexible schedules, trusted and credible instruction, cultural experiences and small classroom settings. Classes are offered as private, semi-private (2 students) or group (3-10 students) lessons. Teachers are often referred to as “language coaches” and use a variety of teaching tools, including film, music, art and food to create a holistic and comprehensive approach to language learning.
Stevens said that the school attracts people from all walks of life, including kids, adults and young professionals for a variety of motivations. CSL is expanding its reach by offering customized language classes to local organizations and schools, including the Mountain Arts Community Center on Signal Mountain, Lookout Mountain School and the City of Chattanooga.
Times and dates of March’s classes are listed on the school’s website, www.chattanoogalanguage.com. Students can register online or by calling 423.802.2040.CSL Offers New Term of Language Classes for March
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