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Vêtements et Accessoires Pour Femme (Accessories for Women)

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From YouTube (Approved: teresahopson), produced by Imagiers
 
In this video the instructor recites various words that are associated with feminine accessories.  For beginning learners. The words appear at the bottom of the screen as they are recited.
 
Ages: 7 - 18 License: Proprietary Owner: Imagiers Found by teresahopson
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begamatt on 07/13/2010 11:37 PM wrote:

Thanks so much for your input Ruth and Teresa.  I certainly agree.  But I also see value in this video for younger students. I have a daughter who began showing great interest in learning other languages at the age of 7 (now 11).  A video like this certainly will not fully teacher her the language - but would capture her interest, motivate her to learn, and inspire her to become a lover of the foreign languages at an early age. Her FAVORITE category in the watchknow directory seems to be the Japanese Language and, thanks to Watchknow, she's not surfing Youtube looking for these videos any more. I love to hear her "practice" while sitting at the computer with her headphones on. ;)

teresahopson on 07/12/2010 11:06 PM wrote:
Updated: 07/12/2010 11:07: PM by teresahopson

You are so right! A child could not learn the French language (or any language) by just watching vocabulary words on a video screen. A learner must also learn the mechanics of the language. One of the things I found out as a French language learner, was that after I 'mastered' the mechanics (or thought I did), my scant knowledge of vocabulary would hinder me while reading a French novel. These short French videos are merely supplements to aid a language learner in that knowledge. The video also aids the viewer in the pronounciation of French words from a native speaker. Thanks, again, for visiting WatchKnow and commenting.

Ruth S. Ifcher on 06/03/2010 09:42 PM wrote:

I can't imagine a child learning French by learning one vocabulary item, after another.


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