Everything you need to deliver a complete Travel and Services Unit in Italian: airports and hotels, reservations and itineraries, going through customs and travel procedures, reflexive verbs and personal routines, phones and mail services, computers, currencies and conversions, expressing the future, lesson plans, games, worksheets, vocabulary lists, flashcards, assessments, curriculum map, web quests, project, unit communication letter
Every lesson includes:
formally written lesson plan aligned with ACTFL and Common Core standards
game cards and pieces wherever applicable
coded ID numbers for easy organization and management
Lesson components fit together like a puzzle, enabling customization by taking out one element and replacing it with an activity of your choosing without starting from scratch. The result: teachers spend less time planning and more time responding to student needs.
Using LanguagePlan-it curriculum bundles keeps you on top of your scope and sequence. Each Unit syllabus lists lessons in the suggested order of delivery. Use the learning objective and prior learning to decide which lessons to deliver and which to eliminate according to the needs of your class and the number of teaching days you have together.
Have an accelerated Level I course? The first 10 lessons of every unit cover the most essential information. Teaching Level I in one year, two years or three years can be done easily with minor adjustments and no additional curriculum writing. Adding lessons or modifying lessons can be done quickly so you can respond to student needs faster.
Have some students using distance learning? Thinking about going paperless? LanguagePlan-it materials give you the control to teach your way without reinventing the wheel. Our PDF download is easy to upload to devices or print your own textbook.
Start by downloading your curriculum map, vocabulary list, and activity packs for your current unit. Deliver lessons in the suggested order as outlined in the curriculum map and modify according to your students' needs. Skip lessons or add new ones without losing sight of year-long scope.