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Rosetta Stone Version 3 Homeschool Edition Spanish


 
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Latin American Spanish curriculum for home educators!

Rosetta Stone Homeschool features a foreign language curriculum specially designed to provide homeschool students with a rich, fully interactive and engaging language-learning experience, while giving parents the tools and resources needed to manage student progress without extensive planning or supervision.

Rosetta Stone Homeschool is self-paced and designed to make it easy for parents to offer language learning even if they don't understand the language their students are studying. Students are instantly captivated by Rosetta Stone so they stay engaged. Plus, with positive reinforcement and quick results, their language-learning confidence soars!

Audio Companion CDs

Included in this set are the Rosetta Stone Audio Companion™ mp3 files on CD! After your students complete a computer lesson using Rosetta Stone, they can reinforce the skills they've learned by using Audio Companion on an mp3 player, or burn the files onto CDs in a format that will play on a conventional audio CD player.

A solid foundation for fluency

Rosetta Stone provides up to three levels of instruction, beginning with a foundation of listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing. With Rosetta Stone, your children will do more than learn about a language. They'll learn to use it.

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Sample Topics:

Level 1 builds a foundation of fundamental vocabulary and essential language structure. Level 1 provides instruction in such categories as:

* Basic conversational skills
* Greetings and introductions
* Colors, adjectives, and numbers
* Prepositions, definite and indefinite articles
* Singular and plural nouns
* Family relations, the 5 senses, time of day
* Compare and contrast
* First and second person pronouns and possessive pronouns

Level 2 helps you to navigate your surroundings as you build on the vocabulary and essential language structure you learned in Level 1. Level 2 provides instruction in such categories as:

* Directions, transportation, and telling time
* Past and future tenses, adverbs, and formal imperatives
* School subjects, months of the year, and social dialogues
* Emotions
* Sequencing with First/ Then/ Finally
* Ordinal numbers
* Spatial relationships

Level 3 helps you to connect with the world around you by building on the language fundamentals and conversational skills you developed in Levels 1 and 2. Level 3 provides instruction in such categories as:

* Household items, physical activity, and animals
* Present subjunctive and present perfect
* What happened? What is wrong? “If….then” sequences
* Portions, weights, and measurements
* Correct/ incorrect, remember/ forget, no one/ everyone, nothing/ everything
* Continents, life milestones, and compass directions

Level 4 and 5 in these levels you will engage in debates, speak about social and economic issues, and express your opinions and ideas fully in Spanish (Latin America). Plus, administrative tools provide parents with the necessary resources to plan lessons as well as monitor and report on student progress.


What is the difference between Spanish Latin American and Spanish Spain?
Spanish is the official language of Spain and 19 Latin American countries. Latin American Spanish is primarily spoken in Central and South American and is the primary Spanish spoken in the United States. Castilian Spanish (Spanish Spain) is primarily used in Spain.
Features
Wondering how many kids can use Rosetta Stone? If you can use Rosetta Stone Version 3 with other Rosetta Stone Software?
Click here to view a super helpful FAQ from Rosetta Stone.

The most current version lets you choose to work at your own pace, or use the included lesson plan for a Full Year Curriculum to schedule for a 36- to 45-week school year.

Your Rosetta Stone Purchase Includes:
  • Headset with microphone
  • Application CD
  • Language CD
  • Audio Companion mp3 Files
  • User's Guide - Discusses the basics of the Rosetta Stone program
  • Parent's Guide
  • Keyboard stickers with letters for the target language
  • Quick Start Activation Card
  • Supplemental Education Materials CD
  • 3500 real-life images
  • Video clips and phrases
  • 400 hours of mastery instruction in Listening Comprehension
  • Additional 400 hours of accelerated study, with over 4500 real-life images

    Publisher's Information
    Version: 3
    Publisher: Rosetta Stone
    Made In: USA

    Version 3 System Requirements:
  • Windows (32-bit editions only) 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 7
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5
  • 1 GHz or faster processor speed
  • 512 RAM
  • 600 MB free hard-drive space (per level)
  • 16-bit sound card
  • 800 x 600 display resolution (1024 x 768 recommended)
  • Internet or phone connection required for product activation.
  • Speech Recognition feature requires a headset microphone (USB recommended)
  • 16X CD-ROM Drive (for installation)


  • Awards and Endorsements:
    1st place in the Foreign Language category of the 2010 and 2011 Practical Homeschooling i-Learn Awards.
    1st place in the Latin category of the 2010 Practical Homeschooling i-Learn Awards and an honorable mention in 2011.
    Cathy Duffy 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum 2005
    Homeschool Stamp of Approval for Foreign Language 2004-2006
    Practical Homeschooling Reader Award 1st Place in Foreign Language Category 2002-2008
    1st Place in Foreign Language Category 2002 & 2008
    Excellence in Education Award for Foreign Language 2004-2008
    Homeschool Curriculum Explorer 2014 Top Homeschool Curriculum 5 Star Award
    Cathy Duffy 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum 2012
    The Old Schoolhouse Excellence in Education Award for Foreign Language 2004-2008 and 2012
    The Old Schoolhouse 1st Place Spanish Foreign Language and 1st Place Foreign Language (other) 2013

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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 19 Write a review.

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    Easy to use and informative October 22, 2015
    Reviewer: Jim E.  
    This program is so easy to use that my daughter does it all by herself. The exercises are clear and helpful. I would recommend it to others.

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    My daughter likes the program October 21, 2015
    Reviewer: Candy Z.  
    My daughter likes the program - very interactive!

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    Rosetta Stone Rocks! October 16, 2013
    Reviewer: Elizabeth W.  
    I've used this before for myself learning Chinese and now I get to teach my daughter Spanish! Love it! :) Very good for little ones (she is 5 and gets about 70-80% but it is a good "game" to her)

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    Best program October 7, 2013
    Reviewer: Anthea A.  
    I have four children and this is by far the best of the Spanish programs they have done. Some of my children have been home-schooled and some not and I feel this way of learning a foreign language is better than anything (in school or out)! My youngest boy is resistant to most school, especially foreign language and he sat on this for FIVE hours his first day...I had to stop him & move him on to something else. This is basically a miracle program for even the most un-motivated of students. :)

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    Excellent for Kids November 27, 2012
    Reviewer: MamaSon  
    This program has helped my daughter build confidence in her spanish pronounciation and reinforces typing. She enjoys the challenge, but must limit her time. As she goes on longer, she may get discouraged due to more challenging material. This is not a negative, just for parents to be aware. Probably depending on the child, not going over 15-20 minutes is wise. You can always pick up where you left off or start the section over for review. Will be starting my next child on this soon too.

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