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Once your class samples these games, they won't want to stop learning Italian. Eccellente! Effective for beginning and intermediate Italian learners, picking up new words and phrases through this app is an entertaining task.
Italian language learners will pick up the fundamentals with these straightforward practice activities. Class members will hear proper pronunciation and practice matching letter sounds to their characters.
Preparing your class for the Italian advanced placement exam? This article breaks down the different components of the test, paying particular attention to the listening portion. How are you going to build your class's listening comprehension before the exam? Teach your Italian speakers some of these strategies and give them several opportunities to practice.
Kids can pick up Italian vocabulary by repeating words off lists... or they could interact with colorful pictures and audio recordings of native Italian speakers. Try out the second option with this app!
In this foreign language learning exercise, students find the words associated with the Italian language. The answers are found at the bottom of the page.
Young scholars read stories about Italy and identify main events and characters. They take an imaginary trip to Italy and write a story about their adventures. In addition, they practice several italian words and phrases.
Learners work in a group to design a travel brochure and television commercial for an Italian resort. They role-play having inherited a large sum of money and buying an Italian villa to turn into a resort. Students research geography, transportation, popular leisure activities, sample menus and prices for the resort and include them in the brochure and commercial.
Students are exposed to a part of Italian little "c": Cuisine. They learn the different kinds of pasta and some ingredients to make the sauce.
Students explore Italian culture and food. They repeat phrases in Italian, watch a short video excerpt on Italian pasta, and repeat pasta names in Italian with a partner.
Students discover what happened to the Italian Jews during World War II. Using the internet, they research the culture of Italy from the 16th through the 20th century. As a class, they watch two films about the Holocaust and how it relates to Italian Jews. They write a paragraph from the point of view of one of the main characters in either film.
Will you be proctoring an advanced placement test this year? Optimize testing conditions and increase scores with these suggestions. Organized by scenario, this article is an easy read.
Foreign language learners decipher the meanings of classified ads in the target language. They investigate a large collage created by the teacher of foreign language advertisements and discuss the content with classmates.  Then they create their own classified page by writing in their target language.
Designing comic strips is an activity packed with fun and great potential for developing academic skills! From summarizing historical events or scenes in literature, to practicing expressions in a foreign language, this highly engaging app has a range of possibilities for classroom application and is sure to spark creativity and critical thinking among your learners!
Discover how to use prefixes and suffixes to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. The group views a jovial video on the topic, and then they create a chart of prefix and suffix meanings to identify the meanings of words in a social studies textbook. Rubric and vocabulary terms are listed.
Review thousands of Russian words with four direct exercises. Language learners can practice at home or in class with this handy app.
In this geography activity, students investigate the languages spoken in different countries of the world. Students read the names of 20 countries and write the principal language of each country.
For this languages of the world worksheet, students skillfully match a wide variety of thirty countries to the languages spoken in each country at the present time.
In this word search activity, students search for terms related to Italy and Italian culture. The words include important places, products and languages.
They always say a good writer, writes what they know. Before writing and acting out a script about life in one of three countries, learners fully research and examine culture, language, and stereotypes. In groups they choose to reasearch and write about either France, Italy, or Spain. They then write and perform a script that simulates a journey to one of these three places. Really cool idea!
Students visit Ellis Island Immigration Museum (as a field trip or a virtual visit) and pretend to be Italian immigrants to the United States. They write a journal entry detailing their first week in the United States. They interview an Italian immigrant and record the interview for future discussion. They present a skit related to their experiences as an immigrant.