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This podcast is part of the series: Hablemos Español
Valerie Harden, podcast creator
Native speakers: Alexander, Jorge, Liset, Rosa Navarro
Dixon Elementary School, Mobile County Public School System
A cartoon character, music and images combine to teach color words in Spanish to young children. Native speakers pronounce the words for learners to repeat, then ask questions for them to answer with the words they've just learned.
Content Areas: Languages Other Than English
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:
|LOE (K-2) Modern Languages || |
5. Recite a variety of high-frequency learned words, phrases, and sentences in the target language, imitating correct and appropriate intonation and pronunciation.
words--days of the week, numbers, colors;
sentences--My name is John.
|LOE (3-5) Modern Languages || |
3. Identify simple target language words from diverse children's multimedia sources.
Example: number words from various children's television programs