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Italian: Direct object pronouns with passato prossimo
A best seller! This printable worksheet is suited for students studying Italian II. It includes practice using the direct object pronouns lo, la, li, le, and the abbreviation l' in sentences with the passato prossimo. Exercises include rewriting sentences in the passato prossimo using a direct obj
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Italian: Basic avere worksheet singular and plural
This worksheet is designed for Italian I students in either middle school or high school who are learning the forms of avere. The meanings of the subject pronouns are reviewed. Students will need to know the basic rules to make plural nouns for one activity. (o > i, e > i, a > e) Option
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Italian: Graphic Organizer for Passato Prossimo
This printable graphic organizer is intended to help students in Italian I or Italian II to remember when to use essere or avere (based on the concept of "la casa d' essere" which I cannot include since the one I use is copyrighted) and agreement of the past participle or no agreement. This product
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Asking Questions in Italian
This powerpoint covers chi, che, dove, and quando. It also includes some practice sentences.
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Reference Guide for Prepositions in Italian
This small references guide or “passport” is great for learning or reviewing how to use prepositions. How can I use it?: -as a review tool -as scaffolded notes Who is it for?: -Intermediate Italian Students in Grades 6-12 At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: -identify Italian pr
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Italian: Singular Definite Article Introduction PowerPoint
This is intended to be used with my downloadable resource, "Italian: Singular Definite Article Introduction and Practice Worksheet." However, the final slide can be used alone. The final slide and its steps can be viewed as a preview. In using this PowerPoint presentation in conjunction with the a
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Italian: Plural Definite Article Introduction PowerPoint
This is intended to be used with my downloadable resource, "Italian: Plural Definite Article Introduction and Practice Worksheet." However, the final slide can be used alone. The final slide is available for preview step by step. (Very few "steps" were omitted in the preview). In using this Power
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Italian: Forming Plural Nouns PowerPoint
This PowerPoint presentation may be used alone or in conjunction with my downloadable resource, "Italian: Forming Plural Nouns." The rules for forming plural nouns in Italian appear as teachers present each example step by step. In using this PowerPoint presentation in conjunction with the accompa
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Italian: Essere verb hints - notes and exercises
This worksheet provides guided notes with helpful hints for students to learn when to use the lui/ lei, noi, voi, and loro forms when the subject pronouns aren't specifically written in the sentence. During my time teaching Italian, I have found these hints to be very useful for middle school studen
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Italian: Plural Definite Article Introduction 2
This printable worksheet is best suited for students taking Italian I or as a review in Italian 2. It provides an opportunity for students to explore the plural forms of the definite article. Students observe groups of plural words with their definite article. Then, students place them into the appr
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Italian: Basic avere worksheet singular
This worksheet is designed for Italian I students in either middle school or high school who are learning the singular forms of avere. The meanings of the singular subject pronouns are reviewed. Students will need to know the basic rules to make plural nouns for one activity. (o > i, e > i, a
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Italian: Basic avere worksheet plural with hints
This worksheet is designed for Italian I students in either middle school or high school who are learning the plural forms of avere. The meanings of the plural subject pronouns are reviewed. Hints are also provided for when the words lui, lei, noi, voi, and loro are not in the sentence. A few ex
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Italian: Possessives Part 1: Di chi è, singular my/ your (includes family)
This product contains 6 pages of scaffolded notes and/or activities to help students correctly ask and answer the question, "Di chi è?" Students will learn: "E` _(noun)_ di _(name)_" singular my singular your use of il/ la with family members Vocabulary related to school and family are recycled
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Italian: Possessives Part 2: plural my, your (includes family)
This product is meant to follow either of my products that begin with "Italian: Possessives Part 1", but it can also be used on its own depending on students' prior knowledge. This product contains 3 pages of scaffolded notes and/or activities to help students correctly use my, your in the plural w
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Italian: Possessives Part 1: singular my/ your (includes family)
This product contains 4 pages of scaffolded notes and/or activities to help students correctly use my, your in the singular with and without family members. Vocabulary related to school and family are recycled in the exercises. These activities are appropriate for students in middle school or in a
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Italian: Possessives Part 3 his/ her singular and plural (includes family)
This product is meant to follow either of my products that begin with "Italian: Possessives Part 1" and then "Italian: Possessives Part 2", but it can also be used on its own depending on students' prior knowledge. Forms of my and your are briefly reviewed and are included in exercises. This produ
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Italian: Possession - Di chi è/ Di chi sono
This product is to help students learn how to ask and answer questions regarding who things belong to. These activities are appropriate for students in middle school or in an Italian I class in high school. Answer key included.
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Italian: Possessives Part 4: our, your (vostro), their (includes family)
This product is meant to follow either of my products that begin with "Italian: Possessives Part 1" and then "Italian: Possessives Part 2", and then "Italian: Possessives Part 3," but it can also be used on its own depending on students' prior knowledge. Forms of my, your, his/ her are briefly revi
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Italian: Question and Answer hints using -are verbs
This product is designed for students in Italian I. It helps students to look for clues in how to answer questions. These particular worksheets use -are verbs. However, once the clues are learned, they will help students to answer questions using any kind of verb in the future. Large print pages fo
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Italian: Basic -are present tense practice
This product is appropriate for both middle school and high school students enrolled in Italian I. It contains simple practice for -are verbs in the present tense. A brief section on "verb hints" is also included (introduced in a different product). Answer key included.
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Italian: Molto
This printable worksheet is designed to help students know when to change the forms of molto (molto, molta, molti, molte) and when to leave it as "molto." Students do not necessarily need to understand the difference between the terms "adjective" and "adverb" in order to be successful. Of course, y
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Italian: Some, partitives, alcuni, alcune, qualche, di + articolo, un' po' di
This product contains different activities to meet your teaching needs. It begins with an activity to practice di + definite article as "some." There is also a speaking activity included for di + definite article as "some". There are step by step scaffolded notes to help students discover the use o
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Italian: quale, quali, qual' è, quali sono
This worksheet provides several examples in order for students to determine the differences between quale, quali, qual' è, and quali sono. A short exercise is provided for practice. Answer key not included.
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Essere e Gli Aggettivi - Slideshow with Accompanying Notes & Practice Worksheet
This product includes three documents that are useful for novice Italian classes. One is a slideshow that introduces the verb Essere as well as ten adjectives. The slideshow explains the six different forms of Essere and how to use the verb correctly in a sentence when describing someone or somethin
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