Narrated By: Paul Noble
Duration: 8 hours and 51 minutes
What to expect
Excite your little language leaner with this easy and engaging audio course for kids.
This step-by-step French course follows the relaxed approach of bestselling language coach, Paul Noble, who guides children gently through the basics, with no mention of grammar or text books.
Simply listen carefully, repeat and most of all, have fun!
– Created for children aged 8 and above
– Arranged in short bite-sized topics that will keep kids engaged and motivated.
– Packed with scenarios and phrases to try out on holiday, at home or at school
– Designed for independent learning or with the support of a grown-up
– Listen at home or on the go to build confidence and have fun
This 8 hour, Complete Course contains steps 1-3 and includes a review booklet that can be downloaded from collinsdictionary.com/resources#kids
Language teaching & learning material & coursework, Language self-study
Listen to a sample
Reviews of Paul Noble’s Language Institute courses:
“I'm utterly amazed by it. I can't recommend it highly enough."
“Really brilliant. It’s changed everything.”
“It was so relaxing. It was the first time I've ever tried studying a language where I didn't feel stressed at all. It was just what I needed – and probably what everyone else needs too. It just made the language seem so simple and easy to learn."
"The course was so interesting; it was amazing how the language was pulled apart and then put together again by us ourselves, so that we can actually now leave and speak German."
“I did ‘O’ Level French at school and spent several holidays in France but could never really say much beyond bonjour and merci. Now, I can make up my own sentences and actually communicate what I want to say. The course was so confidence-building that I actually can’t shut up speaking the language. It made it easy to talk and, importantly, to go on learning more afterwards. Fabuleux!”
“Simply amazing. I would recommend Paul Noble to anyone and everyone, whether you are a complete beginner or you have a basic working knowledge already."
“It contrasts dramatically with other experiences I've had of trying to learn foreign languages. I feel I've learnt more in the past two days than I had in the previous two years.”