- Format: Color
- Rated: Unrated
- Studio: Language Tree
- Video Release Date: August 21, 2003
- VHS Features:
- NTSC format (US and Canada only.
This VHS will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. )
- ASIN: B0000D8D78
- Average Customer Review:
Based on 2 reviews.
Language Tree introduces a breakthrough method for children
to learn Korean. Billy and Boo: The Monsters and the Magic Wand, teaches
conversational Korean to children using an entertaining video storybook format
that captures your childĄ¯s attention and imagination from start to finish. While
your child follows the adventures of Billy and his cute shih-tzu dog Boo, he or
she will be learning useful phrases and vocabulary in Korean. This fun video
depicts and celebrates the Korean culture of today. Fun, danceable songs
reinforce new phrases.
The video is accompanied with a support booklet with vocabulary drills and
the script in English, Korean, and the English phoenetic of Korean so parents
can follow along and get involved in the teaching process. Every Language Tree
video embeds our unique Multi-Cognition Approach™, developed by a cognitive
scientist from Stanford University, which stresses three proven learning
techniques: 1) repetition, 2) deep thinking, and 3) information clustering. The
net result is that your child will be able to learn more phrases, more quickly,
and better retain what was taught.
All Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review:
Billy and Boo: The Monsters and the Magic Wand, Conversation, October 9,
The Language Tree video teaches and reinforces the Korean language in a fun,
Fun Language Learning, October 9, 2003
"gsb95" (San Francisco, CA United States)
This is a unique approach to teaching Korean. We like the fact that we did
not have to force our 6 year old Korean American son to "study" his Korean. The
story of Billy and Boo really captured his attention. He particularly enjoyed
the scenes with the monsters. This video appears to have more educational value
than other products we have seen from Korea. The lesson is well organized and
viewers can pick up words and phrases because they are repeated often.