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Italian Level 2 Greetings
Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning Actively take part in daily routine Understand and respond to classroom instructions and personal information from familiar sources Listen, join in and respond to a story, song or poem Participate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role plays Further develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for other countries, cultures and languages Demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the value of language learning including skills for life and work Take part in simple, paired conversations about themselves, others and interests of their choice Ask for help confidently using learned phrases and familiar language Give a short presentation about a familiar topic Pronounce words sufficiently accurately so as to make the meaning clear Work with others and make a successful contribution to a group presentation in English supported by the target languages
Read aloud a simple text Read and understand a variety of simple texts Make comparisons between English and target language (including use of a bi-lingual dictionary with support) Write about themselves and others and check the accuracy of own writing Exchange straightforward information in writing using familiar words and phrases Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning
Vocabulary 1. Greetings Ciao Hello Buongiorno a tutti! Hello everyone! Buongiorno Signora for a teacher MaestraHello Miss Buongiorno Signore for a teacher Maestro! Hello Sir Salute!Hi Facciamo l’appelloWe will take the register Presente (for a boy) Present Presente (for a girl) Present Assente (for a boy)Absent Assente (for a girl) Absent Arrivederci/ addioGoodbye Facciamo la nannaGo to sleep Buonanotte!Good night! Buon fine settimanaHave a nice weekend A domani!See you tomorrow! Buona vacanzaHave a good holiday A prestoSee you soon! Buona seraGood evening
Da notare! Buongiorno, Buona sera and Buona notte Buongiorno is used to greet people during the day until about half past five/six o’clock Buonasera is then used to greet people from around half past five/six o’clock in the evening, but in many Italy town it is also used after 1.00 pm. Buonanotte is then used (mostly to say goodbye more than hello just like in English) late at night or to say good night when someone is going to bed.
Buongiorno a tutti!
Buon fine settimana!
Facciamo la nanna
Embedding the language Using the greetings as part of everyday routine in class e.g. Buongiorno at the start of everyday, a domani at the end of the day and buon fine settimana on a Friday at the end of the school day! Do the register in Italian each morning – teacher says, “Facciamo l’appello” and pupils respond with presente or presente and can also say assente or assente for missing pupils. Use a Buongiorno and/or an Arrivederci song at the start and end of each day. Buona vacanza can be used at the start of the holidays. If you would like to ask if they had good holidays it is “Hai avuto una buona vacanza?”
Sample activities You will find a bank of sample activities which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom. This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class.
Buongiorno, buonasera o buonanotte? Guardate Decidete se e` l‘ora Buongiorno, buonasera o buonanotte E scrivete la risposta giusta!
Buongiorno, buonasera o buonanotte?
Musical Buongiorno 1.Pupils walk around the class whilst some Italian music plays. As they walk around, they should greet each other saying Buongiorno! 2.Teacher then plays more lively music and everyone skips and mimes wearing a backpack and waving to each other and saying “a domani” to each other. 3.Music gets even livelier and pupils now dance about saying “buon fine settimna!” 4.Lastly the music is sad and they pretend to cry and look sad, waving each other goodbye saying “arrivederci!”
Ascoltate la musica… E fate buongiorno con il segno della mano! …dite buongiorno... …camminate…
Ascoltate la musica… E fate arrivederci con il segno della mano! …dite a domani... salterellando …
Ascoltate la musica… E fate arrivederci con la mano! …dite buon fine settimana... …ballate…
Ascoltate la musica… … e dite Buona vacanza... …saltate di gioia…
Ascoltate la musica… E fate arrivederci con il segno della mano! …dite arrivederci.. …piangete…
Songs and videos! You will find a bank of sample songs and videos which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom. This is not a prescriptive list of songs and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class. You will find a set of more supported activities in Early Feelings and more challenging activities in Level 2 Feelings.
Lo zecchino d’oro CIAO
Ciao ao ao
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La canzone dell’arrivederci
You will find a bank of sample ICT activities which you can use to practise the vocabulary in the classroom. This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or adapt them to suit the needs of your class. Each of the slides contains an image of the website page. If you click on the image it will take you to the page. Alternatively you can use a link address which you will find in the slide notes. ICT Resources online
Italian Section 01: Greetings This section introduces a number of greetings and farewells along with the appropriate time for each to be used. Welcome to Italy! Online Activities Questa è l'Italia! Saluti! Canzone - Buongiorno signora! Buongiorno! Buonasera! Arrivederci! Answers and Translations Print Activities
Saluti! This unit is designed and written by Ruth Smith and Andrew Balaam 1.Saluti Matching exercise 2.I Numeri Matching exercise 3.I Numeri 2 Matching exercise 4.Ancora Numeri Gap fill exercise 5.Matematica Gap fill exercise Italian -> Saluti