Grammar Songs: You Never Forget What You Sing!: 16 Fun Songs! (Book and Audio Cassette) download epub
by Kathy Troxel
16 Fun Songs! (Book and Audio Cassette).
16 Fun Songs! (Book and Audio Cassette). Includes a 72-page illustrated songbook with related exercises, teacher's guide, answers, and a long-playing cassette with 16 songs. Covers parts of speech, plurals, punctuation rules, Greek and Lati.
Book/CD combination CD has 16 songs that teach English grammar.
Ships from and sold by childrensbooks. Includes a 68-page workbook containing all song lyrics plus written exercies and a teacher's guide. CD has 16 songs that teach English grammar.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Grammar Songs (You Never Forget What You. Publisher: Audio Memory Publishing. Publication Date: 1984. Binding: Audio CD. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: Book/CD combination.
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By (author) Larry Troxel. Dimensions 20. 8 x 26. 6 x 1. 6mm. Publication date 01 Jan 2004. Publisher Audio Memory Publishing. ISBN13 9781883028138. Bestsellers rank 312,285.
The songs are perfect for the Grammar Stage-otherwise known as the first of the three stages of the trivium in the classical education model. In layman’s terms, the grammar stage (roughly, the earlier elementary years) is a time to inundate children with facts, words, and information. The idea is to lay the foundation for more in-depth learning later on; if they’ve already been taught-and have memorized-in what region of the world Estonia resides, when they get older they can begin to study more about Estonia itself: the culture, the history, the people, the politics.