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First Start French I, Student Edition (English and French Edition) Perfect Paperback – Student Edition, August 1, 2007
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After English, French is perhaps the most world-wide of the European languages. "First Start French: Student Edition" is a specifically designed set of language instruction exercises designed by Danielle L. Schultz as an introduction to mastering the French language for children at grade levels three through eight. In addition to teaching the basics of French grammar, "First Start French" provides fluency with respect to developing a large and practical vocabulary, develop basic conversational skills when speaking French, translating and reading French, and even presents an informed introduction to French culture through 'user friendly' worksheet assignments. A highly recommended addition to private and public school French language instruction curriculums. Memoria Press also has available an accompanying "First Start French: Teacher's Edition" and a "First Start French" CD containing the 36 lessons of the book edition, plus Frere Jacques; Tetes, Epaules, Genoux, Pieds; Ainsi Font, Font, Font; Alouette; Au Clair de la Lune; Sur le Pont d'Avignon; and a Pronunciation Guide. --Midwest Book Review
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Just a side note, but also why I like Suzuki music -- the songs only, no dumb little drawings jumping all over the pages to distract from the music being learned -- and I'm learning more and more that most parents are more concerned with their children being entertained than with their being educated.