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This 3-4 hour lesson on Carnevale makes this exciting and important cultural event into an accessible and fun learning opportunity for students. How can I use it?: -as a cultural addition to an existing unit -as a self-contained cultural lesson -as a quick lesson for a substitute teacher Who is
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Ancient Rome: Collosseum and Circus Maximus WebquestStudents will gain an increased understanding of the uniqueness of the Collosseum and the Circus Maximus through this webquest. The webquest uses a great website that allows students to view panoramic images of the Collosseum and the Circus Maximus
Looking for a simple resource for students to access the tenses you cover during the year? This is a small reference guide that students can keep their notes on various tenses, including: (1) il presente, (2) l’imperativo, (3) il passato prossimo, (4) l’imperfetto, (5) il futuro semplice, (6) il co
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We cover this in drama, to be honest, because my school has so many Italian kids and they already know a lot about these characters!It's cool to see them get excited about their culture and teaching others about it.This covers Commedia Dell'arte - what it is, and also the origins of stock characters
Introduce your class to new cultures and customs with this powerpoint presentation. Learn about Christmas in Italy or check out my other activities and powerpoints for Christmas customs in other countries around the world. This is a great addition to a social studies Christmas Around the World set o
This set of foldable notes for interactive notebooks is a great way to supplement your lesson on definite and indefinite articles. How can I use it? -to teach definite and indefinite articles in Italian -to review definite and indefinite articles in Italian -to supplement your lesson on definite an
Subject/Level: Italian, Level 1 Unit: Community and Neighborhood Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to vocabulary for places in the community, prepositions of location and the verb essere. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to indicate and express where buildings are located using
This is a lesson plan (reading, comprehension and writing) on celebrating Women's Day in Italy. it offers histort and how it is celebrated in Italy with follow up questions.
The present material is a complete Italian lesson for intermediate level (B2) students. The covered topic deals with the use and functions of the simple conditional and the vocabulary relates to the working environment. This lesson is part of a work in progress project that will be published over th
This 2-hour activity features a fun 8-page “passport” for students to fill out about themselves, including name, age, birthday, family, and their likes and dislikes. It also has a place where students can earn “visas” by interviewing classmates and practicing asking and answering about these topics
“I would watch Gonzalez play and he mesmerized you. It would be like looking into the flame of a fire.” Jimmy Connors (American pro tennis player ~ 1952) Have you ever eaten a madeleine ?Have you ever stayed in a ritzy hotel ? Have you tasted delicious chicken tetrazzini ? Have your lessons eve
Subject/Level: Italian, Level I Unit: Time and Date Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to telling time both before and after the hour. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to use special time expressions. Standards: Communication, Comparisons L1: Demonstrate command of conventions a
This is a 5 page handout on Easter. It starts with pictures and words to work on vocabulary. Then there is a reading that explains what Easter is. As a follow up, there are activities on vocabulary, comprehension (true/ false, questions, fill in the blank) and extension questions. There is also a p
Subject/Level: Italian, Level 1 Unit: Community and Neighborhood Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to vocabulary for locations around town and giving / following directions using a map. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to give and follow directions using a map and city landmark
Subject/Level: Italian, Level 1 Unit: Community and Neighborhood Prior Learning: Students are familiar with vocabulary for places in the community, modes of transportation and conjugating the verb ‘andare’. Learning Objectives:Students will be able to 1) identify and produce community location and t
This PowerPoint is a transcript of a concversation. The conversation can be accessed by the link on the title slide. First, it runs through in just Italian. Next, with both the Italian and English translation.
This powerpoint contains 43 slides featuring movies that have to do with animals. Your students will be extremely engaged! What took me hours to create is at your fingertips:) If you teach Spanish I, all you have to do is click away while students take notes on the vocabulary and are eager to guess
This is the cover I use with my Pre-Primary students, at the beginning of the year. It is a great topic starter to introduce the shape of Italy, main landmarks, and for the more advanced...the seas surrounding Italy, differences between an ocean and a sea. I usually follow up asking to find its pecu
This is a six page handout on shopping for clothes in Italian. It is a great blend of communication and grammar. It presents 6 different dialogues in which students see how to ask for clothing, express likes and preferences, negotiate price and shop for clothes in general. Vocabulary: clothes and a
Subject/Level: Italian, Level 1 Unit: Education Prior Learning: Students have been introduced to days of the week, time and subject areas. Learning Objectives: Students will be able to identify and produce the names of school supplies with singular definite articles. Standards: Communication
This 3-hour activity on “la famiglia” helps students to engage in discussion about their and others’ families. A great way to teach or review family vocab, or to supplement a lesson you already love! How can I use it? -to teach family vocabulary -to review family vocabulary -to supplement your les
Subject/Level: Italian Level 1Unit: FamilyPrior Learning: Students have been introduced to conjugating regular -are verbs.Learning Objectives: Students will be able to conjugate regular present-tense –ere and -ire verbs. Standards: CommunicationL1: Demonstrate command of conventions and grammar when
This is a lesson plan and resources for a beginner’s Italian lesson to use with children aged 7-11. It would be perfect to use as a second or third Italian lesson, after children have learnt to say hello and ask how they are feeling. The focus in this lesson is on how to greet people at different ti
Filippo is a squirrel, and he's hungry. And while his refrigerator is full, it doesn't have his favorite food - bread! How can he fill his stomach? Can his friends help him?This is a story with targeted phrases that have lots of repetitions. Tell the story and add details to make it

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