Spanish for kids Intermediate, Volume 1. Intermediate, Volume 1.

Language Tree (Firm)

DVD - 2011

Helps Spanish learners quickly build essential vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills. Watch as the Fernandez family hosts an exchange student from Spain for the summer. Learn useful phrases related to geography, weather, travel, shopping, directions, and much more. Interactive DVD games and lively songs keep the whole family engaged. Designed for learners with previous exposure to Spanish.

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Subjects
Genres
Children's films
Published
[United States] : Language Tree c2011.
Language
English
Item Description
"The fun and easy way to learn Spanish."
Public performance title.
Physical Description
1 videodisc (45 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN
9780983503705
0983503702
Corporate Author
Language Tree (Firm) (-)
Review by School Library Journal Reviews

Gr 3–10—A family from the United States is planning to host Javier, an exchange student from Spain. Seven lessons follow the experiences of both the family and Javier as they prepare for and work together to make the boy's visit a success. Each seven-minute lesson centers on a particular topic—food, geography, clothing, etc.—and the approach is total immersion. A conversation between family members or Javier and his host family introduce the topic of each lesson. One excellent aspect of this approach is that the Americans speak Latin American Spanish and Javier and his sister speak European Spanish, giving students the opportunity to hear similarities and differences in both dialects. The conversational segments are followed by vocabulary exercises in which words and phrases from the conversations are presented by showing a picture, hearing the pronunciation in Spanish, and seeing the word or phrase written in both Spanish and English. Lessons are completed with a song containing the words introduced. Games that allow students to match pictures to words provide additional support. This is most suitable for intermediate level students since some previous knowledge of Spanish is necessary.—Ann Welton, Helen B. Stafford Elementary, School, Tacoma, WA [Page 58]. (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

The Fernandez family host an exchange student from Spain and learn phrases related to geography, weather, travel, directions, and more.