Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Foreign Language Study

A Passport to Languages Series: English & Spanish - Level 2

"Highly Recommended. This live-action series is divided into three levels. The first two levels take viewers to a classroom with a small group of children, a friendly custodian, a large puppet, and an energetic female teacher; the third level offers real-life situations. The entire series is lighthearted and has Click for more

Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Parts 7 & 8

Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Parts 7 & 8

A combined version of Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Parts 7 & 8 is available.
Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Part 7
Part 7: English - Children try to hide a dog in the classroom in Segment 1; in Segment 2 Paul and Laura bring a rabbit to a farm and get to see all the animals there; in Segment 3 Miss Mary sings Old MacDonald Had a Farm, which is repeated so children too may sing; then she recites 1, 2, Buckle My Shoe and Hickety, Pickety, My Black Hen and a fun tongue twister. Part 7: Spanish - Children try to hide a dog in the classroom in Segment 1; in Segment 2 Oscar and Jaime go to a farm and get to see all the animals there; in Segment 3 Miss Julia sings El Perro del Herrero, which is repeated so children too may sing; then she reads El Polito y el Real and a fun tongue twister.
Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Part 8
Part 8: English - A "School's in Bloom" contest is the theme for Segment 1; in Segment 2 Paul's dad takes Paul and Laura for a walk in the country to take pictures of trees and flowers; in Segment 3 Miss Mary sings Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush, which is repeated so children too may sing; then she tells The Story of Peter Rabbit and a fun tongue twister. Part 8: Spanish - A "School's in Bloom" contest is the theme for Segment 1; in Segment 2 Oscar's dad takes Oscar and Jaime for a nature walk; in Segment 3 Miss Julia sings Como Planta Usted las Flores?, which is repeated so children too may sing; then she recites 3 poems and a fun tongue twister. 2010/2E IA 40 min.





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