Italian Pain and Body Parts (Ho Mal di Testa) with This Rap-like Chant and MP3

Italian pain and body parts (Ho Mal di Testa) is a rap-like chant that effortlessly teaches the Italian body vocabulary from Canti, Ritmi e Rime – Chants, Rhythms and Rhymes for the Italian Classroom. Brain research proves that using music and chants to learn languages is doubly effective. Using “Canti, Ritmi e Rime” in your Italian classroom is both engaging and fun for all types of students. Italian Learning With Canti, Ritmi e Rime with Exercises for the Italian Class is professionally recorded music and unique rhythms, pleasantly and effectively glide the vocabulary or grammar lesson into the students’ heads, making your job of teaching Italian easy. Students from 4th through 11th grade love Canti, Ritmi e Rime.

Students from 5th grade through high school love this unique way of learning Italian.

The packet includes:

- The words to the chant
- the professionally recorded MP3
- cloze exercises (fill in the blank sheet)
- other extension exercises questions and pictures for vocabulary practice or flashcards.

To listen to short song samples of this and other songs in this collection, click the url below.
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  • H0-mal-de-testa-Canti-Italian-chants-lonnie-dai-zovi-TES.pdf
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  • 15-15-Ho-Mal-di-Testa.mp3

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Created: Sep 20, 2015

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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