These Zoom-style events, hosted by LinguaMeeting coaches, offer diverse cultural opportunities in the target language and range from a personalized concert by a Spanish-guitar-playing host, to an Elote de Maiz cooking class, to a walking tour of Sevilla. These multi-media live events, tailored to the needs of language learners, engage students and faculty in fun, low-stakes, cultural immersion and provide the opportunity to connect with communities around the world.
In this multi-media event the hosts escort participants virtually around Honduras highlighting the different landscapes, cultural treasures, food, and music, With a mix of images, videos, and Google Earth...
In this musical tour of Latin America, our guitar-playing host, Roni, incorporates both live music as well as video clips and images to share traditional folklore popular throughout central. Participants are invited...
Get your apron on! In this savory event, our Honduran Host, shares a local recipe for making Elote de Maiz - a traditional sweet drink served at all hours of the day. Prepare your ingredients in advance and you can cook...
Ready for some Spanish lasagne?! What?! Lasagne?! In this tour your humorous host will share with you how the history of Sevilla is comprised of many layers, literally, just like a lasagne! He will take...
I want to express my gratitude and thankfulness to LinguaMeeting and its team for these initiatives. They take foreign language learning beyond the screen and into people’s cities, houses, and stories. It’s awesome!
Prof. Matteo Cantarello, College of William and Mary
I love the idea of feeling like we are walking around the city with you! it was a wonderful tour and I thoroughly enjoyed it- thank you!! I look forward to more Experiencias in the future!
Prof. Jae Resendes, University of Tennessee
I enjoy the Experiencias En vivo. It is such a unique opportunity to learn about other cultures from their own perspective. These are things that I would never learn unless I was visiting the country!
Tessa Wittrock, University of Florida
I felt like I was truly engulfed in their culture.
Gavin Korn, University of Tennessee
The Choco tour was amazing and I learned so much on how the chocolate was made. Also the tour guide Maria was fantastic. As she explained how the chocolate was made and she was very engaging. It was also amazing learning about the person who started the factory.
Liza Gammon - Miami Dade College