Say & Learn ® (Spanish-Ingles)

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Say & Learn ® Spanish-Inglés, 2006 - Games - 124 pages
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Say & Learn
This flip book contains a novel, effective and didactic method of Spanish* learning through word search puzzles with reading help using cognitive association of images, sound and text.
First, you see the word you go to learn in Spanish* and the meaning in English. You follow the reading suggestions from a reading "help" column and repeat it verbally while you look for the term (in Spanish*) in a square word search puzzle of 196 letters.
After you find the word in the search puzzle located on the top of the book, you write it under a picture located on the bottom of the page. All words, pictures and graphics are properly organized by topic to do the word search easier to you.
This flip book has been created to improve the Spanish* learning with the words you use everyday in all kind of situations (i.e. supermarket, bank, office, doctor, health, family, etc).
Therefore, with this system you have a valuable tool to learn how to say the words you need, using images and alphabetical sounds from your own language instead of being confused trying to read complicated etymological dictionary symbols.
Easily, you ensure a full learning of meanings throughout the cognitive system in your brain. Yes. With this learning method, your mind associates the image with the repetition of the word pronunciation, the text you find in the search puzzle and the way you write it at the end of each exercise. Try it and be surprised how fast and easy you learn while you play.
Say & Learn is a powerful and strategic tool for teachers, an enjoyable and efficient option for students and a useful help to people who want to explore, learn, practice or improve their Spanish*.

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Luis is a Colombian Social Communicator-Journalist with MS in Communication for Development, who had resided in the USA since 2001. In his native city, Barranquilla, he was a professor in the Faculty of Social Communication-Journalism in the Autónoma del Caribe University "" and regional coordinator of special reports in El Tiempo (Caribe) Daily " In America, he was the first editor of Sea Latino Newspaper "" in Seattle, WA, associate editor of Que Pasa Newspaper in North Carolina and worked for Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools "" in the ESL Department of Hill Middle School Contact the Author Luis H. Páez, at

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