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Pets / Animals

Pets / Animals

This resource introduces vocabulary for a range of pets and animals and their habitats.
ftbnemesis
ITALIAN LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES AND DISPLAY

ITALIAN LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES AND DISPLAY

Resources included are as follows: •PDF files for you to print. You could also use them on the IWB. Clothes flashcards – 3 sets of matching cards – Italian, English and pictures Appearance adjectives flashcards with English and Italian words Family matching cards – set of English word cards to match with a set of Italian word cards Toiletries flashcards – each has the English and Italian word with a picture Travel and weather word flashcards in A4 with Italian words and matching pictures Sports posters with A4 pictures and words in both languages House posters – one for each room in the house with words from that room in both languages Display border to edge wall display with Italian flag pattern
hayleyhill
Italian - Animale Domestici  (Pets) Bingo - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages

Italian - Animale Domestici (Pets) Bingo - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages

Complete lesson for teaching the names of Animale Domestici (Pets) in Italian. This is in the form of a bingo game. Students construct their own bingo card from the template and pictures provided and then the teacher draws the names and calls them out (in Italian) for students to mark them on their card. See also 'Italian Worksheet - Pets - animali domestici - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages' by the same author.
kellyocs
Italian Lesson - Body Parts - Parti del Corpo - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages

Italian Lesson - Body Parts - Parti del Corpo - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages

This Italian lesson, incorporating ICT, requires students to create their own A4 poster type pages for 'Body Parts' and 'The Head' in Microsoft Publisher. Using clipart and online translators students create posters which identify and label items in both English and Italian. All the instructions and examples necessary to complete the work are detailed on the one page handout. This page can also be displayed in digital format on a large screen as an aid to more direct teacher instruction. The lesson should take approximately 80 minutes to complete.
kellyocs
Italian lesson and resources - Introducing yourself/Saying your name

Italian lesson and resources - Introducing yourself/Saying your name

This is a plan and resources for a beginner's Italian lesson to use with KS2 or KS3. It would be perfect to use as a third or fourth Italian lesson, after children have learnt to say hello and talk about how they are feeling. The focus in this lesson is how to ask someone their name and to reply. The plan gives details of a starter, how to teach the 'name' vocabulary, a whole class game, a speaking and listening activity, reading/writing activity and plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. These are: The plan A PowerPoint presentation 1 sheet for the speaking/listening activity Reading/Writing activity All you need to take with you is a ball or beanbag for the whole class game.
blossomingminds
Learn Italian The Fun Way - Bundle

Learn Italian The Fun Way - Bundle

Are you learning Italian? Are you looking for a fun way to learn Italian? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in Italian. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into Italian. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!
peterfogarty
Italian lessons and resources - Greetings for different times of day

Italian lessons and resources - Greetings for different times of day

This is a plan and resources for a beginner's Italian lesson to use with KS2 or KS3. It would be perfect to use as a second or third Italian lesson, after children have learnt to say hello and ask how they are feeling. The focus in this lesson is how to greet people at different times of the day. The plan gives details of a starter, how to teach the 'greetings' vocabulary, a whole class game, a speaking and listening activity, reading/writing activity and plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. These are: The plan A PowerPoint presentation 1 sheet for the game Reading/Writing activity
blossomingminds
Little Book Of Italian Colours

Little Book Of Italian Colours

Little Book Of Italian Colours: A folded book on one sheet of paper which creates 6 pages plus front and back colours. A great resource to help learn Italian colour names. Includes instructions. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley