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La mia famiglia - My family
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La mia famiglia - My family

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In this lesson we are focusing on pronunciation whilst learning to introduce members of the family in Italian. An opportunity to bust vocabulary, improve pronunciation and understand the basic principles of Italian grammar. The resource include a video, plus two related activity sheets on the use of demonstrative and possessive adjectives.
Italian First Lessons
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Italian First Lessons

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A collection of lessons including animated videos and activity sheets to introduce children to Italian and teach them basic greetings, family, animals, colours and days of the week.
Adding the prefix - dis (Y3)
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Adding the prefix - dis (Y3)

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A PowerPoint presentation explaining how words change their meaning when adding the prefix dis-. It covers 1 lesson plus a quick revision on following 2 lessons.
Come ti chiami? Come stai? - What's your name? How are you? Beginners 1
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Come ti chiami? Come stai? - What's your name? How are you? Beginners 1

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In this lesson we learn how to ask someone’s name in Italian and how to answer if we are asked. We also look into how to ask and answer the question: “How are you?” The lesson is also an opportunity to look at the sounds ‘chi’ and ‘che’ and how they are pronounced in Italian. An opportunity to bust vocabulary, improve pronunciation and understand the basic principles of Italian grammar. Our engaging and enjoyable fast paced videos make learning Italian language a fun, accessible and enjoyable experience. The resource comes with a worksheet linked to the video that allows students to put into practice what they have just learnt.
Italian Articles - Gli articoli
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Italian Articles - Gli articoli

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Four animated videos and four worksheet building children vocabulary on animals and family members whilst teaching them masculine and feminine and the use of articles.
Italian: Family and Definite Articles
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Italian: Family and Definite Articles

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An animated introduction to family members in Italian with special attention to the use of definite articles. It’s designed to help children building their vocabulary whilst understanding the difference between masculine, feminine, singular and plural nouns and how they combine with articles. It makes learning Italian language a fun, accessible and enjoyable experience. Along the video: A linked activity sheet If you enjoy the videos, subscribe to the YouTube channel for more!
Adding the prefix re- (Y3)
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Adding the prefix re- (Y3)

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A PowerPoint presentation explaining how words change their meaning when adding the prefix: re. It covers one lesson plus a quick revision on following 2 lessons.
Gli aggettivi dimostrativi - Italian Demonstrative Adjectives
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Gli aggettivi dimostrativi - Italian Demonstrative Adjectives

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Following lesson on farm animals, this lesson reinforces previously learnt vocabulary and introduces Italian Demonstrative Adjectives “questo”, “questa”, “questi” and “queste”. The video is also an opportunity to build up on the use of masculine and feminine indefinite articles. Fun, fast paced and easily accessible. It comes with 2 related worksheets for children to practise the use of masculine, feminine, singular and plural determinative adjectives.
Italian - I pronomi possessivi - Possessive Pronouns
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Italian - I pronomi possessivi - Possessive Pronouns

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In this lesson we cover possessive pronouns - I pronomi possessivi - in both English and Italian, focusing on key aspects, differences and use. The lesson is also an opportunity to bust vocabulary knowledge of school objects. Resource comes with a 5 minutes animated video, a related activity and a handout pack.
Italian: Farm Animals - Gli animali della fattoria
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Italian: Farm Animals - Gli animali della fattoria

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An animated introduction to farm animals in Italian with special attention to the use of indefinite articles. It makes learning Italian language a fun, accessible and enjoyable experience. If you enjoy the videos, subscribe to my YouTube channel for more Italian language lessons.
Italian: Pets and indefinite articles
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Italian: Pets and indefinite articles

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An animated introduction to animals in Italian with special attention to the use of indefinite articles and demonstrative adjectives. It makes learning Italian language a fun, accessible and enjoyable experience. It comes with a a handout and an activity sheet where children can put into practice what they have learnt from the video. If you enjoy the videos, subscribe to my YouTube channel for more Italian language lessons.
Gli aggettivi qualificativi - Qualifying Adjectives
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Gli aggettivi qualificativi - Qualifying Adjectives

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Join us in the discovery of Italian qualifying adjectives. What are they? How do we use them? An opportunity to bust vocabulary, improve pronunciation and understand the basic principles of Italian grammar. Our engaging and enjoyable fast paced videos make learning Italian language a fun, accessible and enjoyable experience. Grammar doesn’t have to be boring! The resource comes with a pack of three related worksheets and 6 display/handouts.
I colori - Colours in Italian
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I colori - Colours in Italian

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In this lesson we learn about main colours in Italian and how they are used as adjectives in relation to the nouns by exploring rules as well as exceptions. An opportunity to bust vocabulary, improve pronunciation and understand the basic principles of Italian grammar. The lesson includes 2 related activity sheets and a handout.
Italian Demonstrative Adjectives - Gli aggettivi dimostrativi
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Italian Demonstrative Adjectives - Gli aggettivi dimostrativi

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An overview of all Italian Demonstrative Adjectives: questo, codesto and quello, their meaning, differences and their use. The lesson features practical examples using masculine, feminine, singular and plural. The lesson comes supported by 3 activity sheets and two handouts. An opportunity to bust vocabulary, improve pronunciation and understand the basic principles of Italian grammar.
Double consonants (Y3)
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Double consonants (Y3)

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A PowerPoint presentation on double consonants, allowing children active response. It covers 2 lessons plus a quick revision on third lesson.
La settimana e il tempo - Days of the week and weather in Italian
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La settimana e il tempo - Days of the week and weather in Italian

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This lesson includes an animated video covering days of the week and weather, plus three linked activity sheets and 1 handout. Vocabulary is repeated and combined into sentences in order to reinforce learning. An opportunity to bust children’s vocabulary, improve their pronunciation and teach the basic principles of Italian grammar.
Single Consonants (Y3)
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Single Consonants (Y3)

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A PowerPoint presentation on adding single consonants suffixes. It covers 1 lesson plus a quick revision on following 2 lessons.