More of Jazz Chants, Small Talk
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Jazz Chants are Carolyn Graham's snappy, upbeat chants and poems that use jazz rhythms to illustrate the natural stress and intonation patterns of conversational American English. Her first book, Jazz Chants, was published in 1978, followed by "Jazz Chants for Children one year later. For over 25 years, classes all over the world have enjoyed jazz chanting as a unique way for students to improve their speaking and listening comprehension skills while reinforcing the language structures of everyday situations. Grammarchants is a lively review of basic American-English grammatical structures. Each unit opens with a formal "grammarchant," which presents a basic aspect of grammar. This is followed by a series of related chants and songs that practice and reinforce the grammatical structure presented in the grammarchant. Each unit also contains special listening and speaking exercises. An Answer Key is included. A Cassette/CD features all of the songs and chants from the book.
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