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Subject: Foreign Language: Spanish

A Passport to Languages Series: Spanish - Level 1

A Passport to Languages Series: Spanish - Level 1

"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 the feel of a PBS program." -School Library Journal
A Passport to Languages Series: Spanish may be used as a companion to A Passport to Languages Series: English. It includes three levels of learning: Level 1: Primary; Level 2: Intermediate; Level 3: Advanced. Produced by CNDP. The programs in Level 1: Primary are available on 12 or 24 DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 12-Disc Set. The other Levels include: Level 2: Intermediate and Level 3: Advanced. (Note: The entire series is available on 42 or 21 DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 21-Disc Set.) For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also See: A Passport to Languages Series: English & Spanish; A Passport to Languages Series: English; English for Spanish Speaking Children Series


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Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 1

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 1

Here we are introduced to the teacher, Miss Julia; Clovis, the maintenance man; the students: Lucie, Max, Fanny, Malik, Zoe, Theo and Ernesto; and two animated characters, Papelita and Bug. We start with hello/goodbye; hello, I'm___, and you? and what's your name? 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 2

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 2

Julia and the students work on: Hello, my name's___, what's your name? Then, using well-known characters like Robin Hood, Tinkerbell, Snow White and Captain Cook, children play Is It___? Next, cutout pictures of the characters are used to introduce the numbers 1 - 5. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 1 & 2

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 1 & 2

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 1 & 2 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 1
Here we are introduced to the teacher, Miss Julia; Clovis, the maintenance man; the students: Lucie, Max, Fanny, Malik, Zoe, Theo and Ernesto; and two animated characters, Papelita Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 3

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 3

Miss Julia begins Look, Listen, Repeat with her students; next a blindfold game helps with Who is It? I know, it's___; I don't know. Also familiar sounds help with counting 1- 5; then colored hats help introduce favorite colors. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 4

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 4

Hide and Seek reinforces learning about directions. Where are you? I'm here. Is he up there? He's over there. Next, children match flags to countries on the map. Where is___? I'm in ___. Then a game of Hopscotch helps with numbers 1-10. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 3 & 4

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 3 & 4

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 3 & 4 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 2
Miss Julia begins Look, Listen, Repeat with her students; next a blindfold game helps with Who is It? I know, it's___; I don't know. Also familiar sounds help with counting 1- 5; Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 5

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 5

It's Clovis' birthday; so Happy Birthday is used to introduce How old are you? I'm ___ years old. Then opposite descriptions include small/big, good/bad, right/wrong. And colors are used to answer Look it's ___? 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 6

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 6

The Christmas season helps introduce give and take, please and thank you; plus important commands like: look, stand up, come here, sit up, sit down, stop it. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 5 & 6

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 5 & 6

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 5 & 6 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 5
It's Clovis' birthday; so Happy Birthday is used to introduce How old are you? I'm ___ years old. Then opposite descriptions include small/big, good/bad, right/wrong. And colors are Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 7

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 7

In this review of programs 1 - 6, Miss Julia uses songs and rhymes that children may repeat to review previously taught words and phrases. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 8

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 8

Children learn how to ask questions and to describe favorite things. What's that? What's this? Describe the toy, boat, trumpet, train, scarf; then Miss Julia helps children identify colors. What color is this? 1, purple, 2 green, 3 blue, etc. 04/10DE PI 12 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 7 & 8

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 7 & 8

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 7 & 8 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 7
In this review of programs 1 - 6, Miss Julia uses songs and rhymes that children may repeat to review previously taught words and phrases.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 9

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 9

Jose-Luis, a detective, visits and lots of everyday things are introduced: screwdriver, brush, train, ship, hat, doll and book. Then a huge dollhouse helps children identify household things like sofa, carpet, table, chair, etc. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 10

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 10

Someone is ill and a doctor must come to the classroom. Children learn: How are you? I am fine. I am not very well. Also, using pictures drawn by the children, greetings are introduced: good morning, good afternoon and good evening. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 9 & 10

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 9 & 10

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 9 & 10 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 9
Jose-Luis, a detective, visits and lots of everyday things are introduced: screwdriver, brush, train, ship, hat, doll and book. Then a huge dollhouse helps children identify household Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 11

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 11

Children learn to express what they want. Papelita wants to play, while Bug and the others want to read, sing, write and paint. Also Bingo, a rabbit, comes for a visit and the children make puppets of a rabbit and name them. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 12

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 12

Children make a menu of foods they like and don't like, including eggs, bacon, chocolate, ice cream, oranges, apples, milk, coffee, spinach and hamburgers. Then they act out things they like to do: sing and dance, read and write, run and jump. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 11 & 12

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 11 & 12

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 11 & 12 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 11
Children learn to express what they want. Papelita wants to play, while Bug and the others want to read, sing, write and paint. Also Bingo, a rabbit, comes for a visit and the Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 13

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 13

In this review program Miss Julia uses key words and phrases from previous programs with the children; also she encourages them to sing along with popular songs. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 14

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 14

Pictures of trees, flowers, plants, fruits and vegetables help the children create their own beautiful garden. Also they learn to ask for what they'd like to drink: milk, water or orange juice? 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 13 & 14

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 13 & 14

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 13 & 14 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 13
In this review program Miss Julia uses key words and phrases from previous programs with the children; also she encourages them to sing along with popular songs.
Passport: Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 15

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 15

Miss Julia introduces the children to music and instruments in an orchestra. Words are reinforced by hearing sounds of the instruments, then Juan, a musician, shows them how to make high and low sounds adding water to drinking glasses. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 16

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 16

Leonor, an artist, visits the classroom and her beautiful painting of a colorful train helps children identify the primary colors; in selecting colors they learn about here and there; then the program ends with them playing Bingo by matching colors. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 15 & 16

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 15 & 16

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 15 & 16 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 15
Miss Julia introduces the children to music and instruments in an orchestra. Words are reinforced by hearing sounds of the instruments, then Juan, a musician, shows them how to Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 17

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 17

Clovis and Miss Julia help the children begin to understand instructions. And Papelita, making a pest of himself, reinforces rules such as, don't touch, put it back, don't jump, don't run, please don' talk, don't shout, please talk. 04/10DE PI 16 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 18

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 18

A hamster is lost in the classroom and this helps Miss Julia teach the children about location and directions: here, there, behind, in front of, over there, to the left/right. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 17 & 18

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 17 & 18

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 17 & 18 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 17
Clovis and Miss Julia help the children begin to understand instructions. And Papelita, making a pest of himself, reinforces rules such as, don't touch, put it back, don't jump, Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 19

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 19

In this musical, sing-along review of the previous programs, Miss Julia first sings the songs, then the music is repeated, allowing children the chance to sing the songs as well. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 20

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 20

First, children learn to ask and answer: are you hungry? are you thirsty? Then Zoe is scared when the doctor comes into the classroom, but they see he's no monster as they learn about their hands, heads, shoulders and knees. 04/10DE PI 15 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 19 & 20

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 19 & 20

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 19 & 20 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 19
In this musical, sing-along review of the previous programs, Miss Julia first sings the songs, then the music is repeated, allowing children the chance to sing the songs as well.
Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 21

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 21

Pictures of animals at the zoo, like elephants, giraffes, lions, snakes and monkeys, are used to help children learn those words and to reinforce counting skills. 04/10DE PI 20 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 22

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 22

Miss Julia uses the time of day (morning, afternoon and evening) to help children answer the question: what would you like to do? For example, in the morning I have breakfast; in the evening I prefer to read. 04/10DE PI 17 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 21 & 22

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 21 & 22

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 21 & 22 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 21
Pictures of animals at the zoo, like elephants, giraffes, lions, snakes and monkeys, are used to help children learn those words and to reinforce counting skills.
Passport: Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 23

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 23

Miss Julia and the children are preparing to take a vacation in Spain. In this program they discuss all the wonderful things they will do and see there. 04/10DE PI 18 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 24

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 24

In this final review at this level, Miss Julia sings songs with the children to review key themes; then the music for each is repeated so children may sing along. 04/10DE PI 20 min. Click for more


Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 23 & 24

Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 23 & 24

A combined version of Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Parts 23 & 24 is available.
Passport: Spanish, Level 1 - Part 23
Miss Julia and the children are preparing to take a vacation in Spain. In this program they discuss all the wonderful things they will do and see there.
Passport: Spanish, Click for more





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