Item description for Bilingual Songs: English-Spanish, vol. 2, CD and book (Spanish Edition) by Agustina Tocalli-Beller & Sara Jordan...
Overview Hip sings in English and Spanish teaching counting to 30, counting by tens, shapes and sizes, emotions, places in the community, opposites, measuring devices, pronunciation of R and RR, conocer and saber, ser and estar. Music accompaniment tracks make class performances a snap! Includes lyrics/activity book.
Publishers Description Learning is fun for beginners of all ages with these songs teaching: counting to 30 and by tens, shapes and sizes, emotions, places in the countryside, opposites, measuring devices and much more Includes an audio CD with 12 songs and a lyrics book with even more reproducible exercises. Also included on the CD are 12 musical accompaniment tracks that are great for boosting literacy by allowing students to preform karaoke style while reading along.
Citations And Professional Reviews Bilingual Songs: English-Spanish, vol. 2, CD and book (Spanish Edition) by Agustina Tocalli-Beller & Sara Jordan has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Criticas - 05/01/2004 page 71
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Studio: Jordan Music Productions
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.75" Height: 11" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2002
Publisher Jordan Music Productions
ISBN 1894262700 ISBN13 9781894262705
Availability 0 units.
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This unenjoyable product does not teach May 16, 2008
Don't buy this! My kids don't like it and I cringe when I hear it. The amateurishly composed pseudo-music grates on the nerves. The lyrics are a forced, unnatural toggle between Spanish and English; grammatical rules are spoken/sung. This is a highly ineffective way to learn language.