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The Romans Knowledge Organiser!

The Romans Knowledge Organiser!

This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising knowledge relating to the Romans. It contains comprehensive sections on: Roman Empire map (annotated); Roman Leaders and Emperors; Roman timeline; Roman places and landmarks; Roman daily life. The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included). It is most suitable for children in KS2 and KS3.
TandLGuru
fun activity to learn Italian greetings and useful expressions (A1)

fun activity to learn Italian greetings and useful expressions (A1)

This resource is designed as formative assessment in a formal or informal learning environment. It consists in a jigsaw aimed at recapping greetings and various expressions in Italian. It is engaging and fun and can be used both with individual learners (one-to-one sessions) and with large groups. The ideal number of learners for one jigsaw is 4-5 learners and you tutor might want to create more decks according to the number of students in your class. This resource includes basic expressions that are not generally introduced in beginners Italian courses but belong to widespread knowledge (e.g. pronto, buon appetito, etc.). At the end of this activity you can give the revision hand-out consisting in a table where learners can write the English translation for each expression they have read in the jigsaw.
olimpiay
Languages Verb Table

Languages Verb Table

This is a blank verb table for grammar exercises in languages lessons, with tenses ranging from present to pluperfect and conditional. Aimed at GCSE and A Level students - but this can be adapted to include less tenses for younger pupils.
jk1613
Italian language and culture lesson plan and resources pack - volcanoes (C1-C2)

Italian language and culture lesson plan and resources pack - volcanoes (C1-C2)

This is a comprehensive session about volcanoes in Italy and will give learners plenty of material to think about regarding volcanoes in the world, in Italy and how these features are present in literature, mythology, painting and science. Learners will enjoy a range of activities that will encourage them using different skills such as speaking, listening, reading and writing and will also have the opportunity to revise or study for the first time elements of grammar (historic past tense and time expressions with ‘ogni’). The session has been designed for advanced learners The pack includes: -a session plan that will guide the tutor through the activities and resources; -a PowerPoint presentation with learning outcomes, animated vocabulary activities, links to videos, grammar points and tables -a hand-out with vocabulary exercises, a table to illustrate different types of volcanoes, speaking activities, the transcript of a video, homework -cards to use as a quiz or with ‘gioco dell’oca’. -a video extracted from Rossellini’s film ‘Stromboli’. N.B. The pack does not include the gameboard for ‘Gioco dell’Oca’ but there are several version of it on the Internet and you can choose what is more suitable.
olimpiay
Magic square on Italian simple future tense of regular ERE-verb conjugation

Magic square on Italian simple future tense of regular ERE-verb conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs prendere, leggere, scrivere and credere and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic square. It’s challenging enough, yet fun and self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja
I NEGOZI Italian SHOPS

I NEGOZI Italian SHOPS

A presentation about shops in Italian, and revision of food items. It needs some adjustments. I have used it with my Y8 group.
up869559
Italian KS3 Pasqua

Italian KS3 Pasqua

Reading activity Pasqua and worksheet with solution easter egg hunt with revision of directions worksheet not attached
up869559
Magic square on Italian future tense with andare + a + infinitive conjugation

Magic square on Italian future tense with andare + a + infinitive conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of andare + a + the infinitive of the verbs prendere, leggere, scrivere and credere and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic square. It’s challenging enough, yet fun and self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on Italian imperfect tense of regular ERE-verb conjugation

Magic square on Italian imperfect tense of regular ERE-verb conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs prendere, leggere, scrivere and credere and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic square. It’s challenging enough, yet fun and self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on Italian conditional tense of regular ERE-verb conjugation

Magic square on Italian conditional tense of regular ERE-verb conjugation

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs prendere, leggere, scrivere and credere and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic square. It’s challenging enough, yet fun and self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja
Magic square on Italian IRE-verb (isc type) conjugation no prep practice

Magic square on Italian IRE-verb (isc type) conjugation no prep practice

Students locate different conjugated forms of the verbs capire, finire, pulire and preferire and put the corresponding number in the correct square. Once they have located all verb forms and every square has a number in it, they sum up the numbers. If the numbers add up to 34 horizontally, vertically and diagonally, it means everything is correct. If it doesn’t, they have to find the error and correct it so that the numbers add up to 34. 34 is the magic number! My students love solving magic square. It’s challenging enough, yet fun and self-correcting. Enjoy!
msteresaja