Disney Publishing "Learn Chinese: Toy Story 3" Kids App

Disney Publishing Worldwide (DPW), has released its first language learning product, Learn Chinese: Toy Story 3, which will expand DPW’s existing base of educational products. The app will be available in the U.S., China, Australia and 25 additional countries throughout Europe and Asia.

Disney Learn Chinese: Toy Story 3


Learn Chinese: Toy Story 3 is available for iPad for $4.99 in the U.S., China, Australia and 25 additional countries throughout Europe and Asia.

This app is the first in a series of leveled Disney storybooks that combine Disney magic with proven language learning methods where children learn key English and Mandarin vocabulary and grammar. This first app story contains multiple versions of Disney-Pixar title Toy Story 3, which gradually transforms from English to Chinese, mixing the new with the known by playing with 5 levels of the story:

Level 1 - English only
Level 2 - Beginning Chinese (25%)
Level 3 - Intermediate (50% Chinese)
Level 4 - Advanced (75%)
Level 5 - 100% Chinese

Disney Learn Chinese: Toy Story 3

Learn Chinese: Toy Story 3, which is based on the proven pedagogical approach to language learning called Diglot Weave, includes professional bilingual narration across all levels, including music and sound effects; pronunciation of individual words available at a tap; audio and visual translations of individual words available with an easy-to-use translator; and voice recording to practice and compare pronunciation with the narrator.

Disney Publishing creates a variety of learning products under its School Skills, Wonderful World of Reading, and Adventures in Reading programs. Disney Educational Productions, also part of DPW, has been producing and distributing award-winning educational DVD’s and supplemental content to schools for more than 60 years.

For more information visit www.disneypublishing.com

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1 comments:

  1. Wow, this is pretty cool! I'm sure kids will love the Toy Story angle, too.

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