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Information gap for pair work. Students look at their diaries and try to find a day to meet
Lesson plan: 1) Use slides 2,3,4,5 to introduce the language necessary to buy food at market 2) Use slide 6 to teach articulate prepositions and slide 7 as an exercise 3) Role play. Using Italian supermarket magazines and slide 8 as a prompt, students buy and sell food.
La cucina italiana e' molto varia e riflette la storia e del clima delle sue regioni ... Reading and Comprehension activitiy for L195 - Although the text is quite long the activities are simple and targeted at beginners. This gives students an opportunity to read a long text to extract specific information and answer questions (I normally show the questions before giving the text, since it is 'beginners' level)
1) Students describe a sitting room using articulate prepositions e.g. il cane e' sul tappeto 2) Students pair clipart objects and their meanings and then take turns to place them in various places in the sitting room. They will need to use articulate prepositions, destra, sinistra, vicino a, sopra, sotto
Dialogues to practise the formal and informal address, to introduce oneself using the right intonation depending on whether we are making a statement of asking a question
A dyslexia friendly activity about practising the use of direct pronouns (can be used for beginners [L195] half-way through their course to learn direct pronouns or intermediate students [L150] at the beginning of their course, to revise pronouns)
Use these slides to teach directions in face-to-face tutorials. stedents can use them as prompts when they do information gaps/pair work
Cut the cards and then give one card to each student. Ask the students to find all the information that is missing on their cards. To do this they have to walk around the room and ask their colleagues questions.
questo, quello when doing shopping revising unit 4 - on holiday
Asking and answering questions about place of origin and nationality
Students take part in a role play (how to ask for and give personal details)
Asking questions. Matching the interrogative word to the rest of the question
Inquiring about departure and arrival times. Making travel arrangements.
Talking about free time activities, Saying what you like to do ('mi piace') and where.
Talking about how things used to be and people used to live. Comparing the past and the present.
Cosa facevi…? Talking about what you were doing at a specific time
Collaborative Writing Project (2012) Pronunciation of the sound λ (gl).
A Jing video on how to pronounce double consonant 'll' with a a tongue-twister for practice.
Explain the use of in+article and ask the students to move the words next to the correct preposition