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In this short Jing video students will find an explanation on how to say c, ci and ch correctly, and a couple of brief practice activities.
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.
In these activities you will reflect on one particular aspect of Italian language learning which is so deeply embedded into Italian culture that has nowadays become a stereotype: hand gestures. You will be exposed to a variety of resources which will allow you to reflect on the importance of cultural awareness when studying foreign languages; you will also learn some useful techniques to be used to improve your level of cultural awareness related to the target language you are studying.
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
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.
Activity-based learning object focusing on how to create a video CV in Italian to maximise your employability.
The resources contained in this collection can be used to teach beginner and intermediate Italian students.
In these activities you will learn specif target language vocabulary dealing with banking as well as improving your general knowledge and understanding of banks in Italy and of the services they provide.
In these activites you will become familiar with a variety of tips which will help you when facing a job interview in Italian and you will acquire a useful insight into the Italian business world, its rules and expectations.
Staged preparation to Oral EMA to be carried out during a tutorial and then by students on their own. The first stages gradually get the students ready for a discussion. By the time they get to the final stage, the students should be ready to give a presentation.
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
Activity written in Ferrara after a Performing Languages workshop held at the Teatro Comunale
Activities for language students about finding written and audio material about foreign countries on politics, current affairs and economy using the internet and develop strategies to improve their listening skills.
Video on pronunciation of consonants in Italian: letter "s".
Dyslexic friendly activity on how to pronounce the two Italian graphemes /gn/ and /ng/
A video clip describing an Italian apartment. The plan of the apartment is taken from Vivace, p.157.
A Jing video on how to pronounce double consonant 'll' with a a tongue-twister for practice.
Warming up activities be carried out at the beginning of an Elluminate session while waiting for everybody to come in. They are also a fun way to test microphones and connections. They can be used f2f as well.