Speak Spanish with Dora & Diego: ¡Vámonos! Let's Go!: Children Learn to Speak and Understand Spanish with Dora & Diego

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Pimsleur, Sep 15, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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¡Vámonos! Let’s Go!


This product is the second of a two-package series.  It contains four original stories (The Market, At the Farm, The Tower, and At the Park) on two CDs and with two accompanying books, plus a Parents' Manual.  Pimsleur is the world leader in teaching adults to speak a foreign language.  These programs offer Spanish language learning to children ages 2 to 6.  Kids are right in the middle of the action with age-specific vocabulary and fascinating, real-life situations featuring their friends, Dora, Diego, and Boots.

 

Speak Spanish with Dora & Diego, Simon & Schuster’s new children’s Spanish audio language program, is the latest addition to the renowned Pimsleur® Language Programs.  Following the amazing success of the adult programs in teaching real-life communication skills when speaking with native speakers of Spanish, these programs provide the same opportunity for English-speaking children, ages 2 to 6.  Based upon the same research as the Pimsleur adult programs, the course writers have selected age-specific vocabulary and created fascinating, real-life situations utilizing structures and vocabulary used by Spanish children.

 

Parents will now be able to enjoy the excitement and have the satisfaction of seeing their children learn to communicate in Spanish -- and enjoying the process.

 

Vocabulary: approximately 150 words

 

Target age range: 2 years old to 6 years old

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Dr. Paul Pimsleur devoted his life to language teaching and testing and was one of the world’s leading experts in applied linguistics. After years of experience and research, Dr. Pimsleur developed The Pimsleur Method based on two key principles:  the Principle of Anticipation and a scientific principle of memory training that he called “Graduated Interval Recall.”  This Method has been applied to the many levels and languages of the Pimsleur Programs.

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