Year 1/2 Wk 4 Term 4 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on October 24, 2021

Ciao Year 1/2s,

Listen to Nancy read out the blog post and activity instructions below:

L.G. I know the names of the four seasons in Italian.

Click the lesson link below if you need to go over the words.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE FOUR SEASON’S LESSON.

Lots of you have told me how much you enjoy completing my quizzes. Today that’s what your activity is. 😀

 

First, get a piece of paper or book and a grey lead pencil. Write the learning goal and the quiz title ‘Le Quattro Stagioni Quz’ and then write the numbers from 1 to 10 down the left side of your page. See my example below:

Next, do the quiz that is on the video below. Pause the video after each question to write down your answer for each question.

Then, correct your answers. The answers can be found after the last question.

Quiz time! 😈 Click on the video and have fun learning!

Finally, get someone at home to leave a comment on the Italian blog to tell me how you did and whether you enjoyed the activity and want more of these.

 

Buona fortuna! (Good luck!)

 

Email: Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Year 1/2 Wk 3 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on October 17, 2021

Ciao Year 1/2s,

Listen to Nancy read the blog post and instructions.

I have been receiving some fantastic work from you. I am so proud of your achievements and learning. Keep it up! Thanks for the feedback about the Italian lessons and activities during Home Learning. A lot of you have said how much you have liked the lessons and activities. I hope you love this week’s lesson. Let me know. I really value your feedback! 😊

This week our learning goal is:

L.G. I know the Italian names of the four seasons.

First, watch the video below.

 

Next, complete the activity in the video below. You do not have to write any answers down with this activity, but you will need to answer questions verbally. I will let you know in the video when it’s time to answer. It will all be clearer once you begin the video.

Then, finish the sentence below with the Italian season name at the end.

Here are the words you learnt:

  • l’inverno
  • l’estate
  • l’autunno
  • la primavera

 

The season that we are in now is ____________________.

Draw a picture to show the weather in this season.

Here’s my example below. The answer is wrong so be careful! 😉

I’d love to see your work and I’d love to hear if you loved the activity on the video too!

Email: Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

 

 

Year 1/2 Wk 2 Term 4 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on October 10, 2021

Salve Year 1/2,

Listen to Nancy read the instructions.

This week we will be learning the Italian names for the days of the week.

L.G. I know the Italian names for the days of the week.

First, watch the video below.

Then, choose one activity you’d like to do.

Here is the new information again:

  • I giorni della settimana – The days of the week.
  • lunedi`
  • martedi`
  • mercoledi`
  • giovedi`
  • venerdi`
  • sabato
  • domenica

 

Activity 1

Draw a table like mine below. Write the Italian names for the days of the week at the top (I have only written lunedi` – Monday). You will need to write the rest of the days of the week in Italian.

You can choose to keep a record of one of these things:

  1. Draw or write about some of the things that you do each day.
  2. Draw or write about some of the things that you eat each day.
  3. Draw or write about the weather each day.

Activity 2.

If you have a printer. Print out the word search and complete it. It is attached below as a PDF file.

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Finally, if you can, get someone to take a clear photo of your work and email it to me. I’d love to see how well you have done!

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

 

Year 1/2 Wk 1 Term 4 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on October 3, 2021

Bentornati Year 1/2! (Welcome back Year 1/2!).

I hope your holidays were relaxing.

Listen to Nancy read the instructions below:

 

L.G. I can use these sentence starters in Italian:

  • I played….
  • I played with…..

First, watch the video below.

Next, create a poster with the title ‘LE MIE VACANZE’  Write about your holidays.  Use the two sentences that you learnt about. Here they are again:

  • Ho giocato con ……… (I played with…..)
  • Ho giocato a …….    (I played……)

Finish writing your two Italian sentences. Use English words to do this.

See my example below:

                           

Finally, get someone to take a photo of your work and send it to my email address. I’d love to read your sentences and see what you did on the holidays.

Email: Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Year 1/2 Term 3 Week 10 😁🥳

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on September 12, 2021

Ciao Year 1/2 students,

Grazie! Thanks for the effort that you have put in this term. You have done an amazing job with your Italian learning.

Here is the last lesson for this term! 😊

Listen to Nancy read the instructions:

First, watch the lesson below:

Next, write down the learning goal.

L.G. I can use the Italian months of the year to write a sentence about my birthday.

 

Then, make a poster about when your birthday is. Use the sentence starter from the lesson. Here it is again:

Write your birthday month in Italian to finish off the sentence.

Here are the months again:

See my example below. I have included the English month and pictures to help readers understand the sentence more.

 

Finally, send me a photo of your work. I’d love to read your sentences and know when your birthday is. 😊

Buon divertimento! (Enjoy!)

Email: Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Year 1/2 Term 3 Week 9 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on September 5, 2021

Ciao Year 1/2

Listen to Nancy read the instructions.

L.G. I know the Italian names for the months of the year.

 Frist, watch the video below. Read the words as you listen to the song. Do this a few times. Get those words stuck in your head! 😆 Don’t forget to sing along as it’s important to practise speaking in Italian. You can dance around too. It’s a catchy tune! 😎

 

Next, choose one activity to complete.

Activity 1.

Match the Italian months of the year to the English ones.

Activity 2. 

Mr Bean has been taking Italian lessons, but he needs a lot of help! 😊 He tried really hard to put the Italian words for the months of the year in the right order. Can you please correct his work and teach him where he went wrong?

Here is what he did:

           

Activity 3.

If you have a printer, complete the Word search. I have attached it as a PDF document below. 😊

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Then, get someone at home to take a photo of your work and email it to me:

 Nunzia.Berardone@eduation.vic.gov.au

I’d love to see your work! 😊

Keep up the ottimo lavoro (amazing work)!   

 

 

 

Year 1/2 Term 3 Week 8 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2 | Posted on August 28, 2021

Ciao Year 1/2,

This week we are building on our knowledge of how to express our preferences.

Listen to Nancy reading the instructions:

L.G. I can say how much I like something or how much I don’t like something in Italian.

 First, watch the video below.

 

Next, create a poster about some things you like and don’t like.  Use the sentences you learnt and write them underneath your drawing.

If you don’t want to draw, you could cut out things from a magazine or newspaper and write the sentence underneath the picture/s you have cut out.

Here they are again:

  • Mi piace.   (I like it.)
  • Mi piace un po`. (I like it a little.)
  • Mi piace moltissimo!   (I like it a lot!)
  • Non mi piace.      (I don’t like it.)
  • Non mi piace tanto.   (I don’t really like it.)
  • Non mi piace proprio.  (I don’t like it at all.

This is my drawing of something that I don’t like at all.

 

Finally, get someone to take a photo and send it to my email address. I’d love to see your work.

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

 

 

 

Year 1/2 Term 3, Week 7 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2, Uncategorized | Posted on August 22, 2021

Ciao Year 1/2,

The video below is a quiz about animals and adjectives. It is going over what we have learnt the last few weeks. This is the only activity for this week.

L.G. I know the Italian names of some animals and I know what some Italian adjectives mean.

Listen to Nancy read the instructions.

 Activity Instructions:

First, get a sheet of paper and write the learning goal.

Next, write the numbers 1 to 15 down the left-hand side of your page. See my example below.

Then start the quiz. Remember to press pause after each question so that you have time to write down your answers. Buona fortuna! (Good luck!)

Finally, correct your work. The answers are on this video after question 15. You can complete this quiz as many times as you like to get better at remembering your Italian animal words and adjectives.

I’d love to see how you did! 😊  Send a photo to:

Email: Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Keep up the amazing work! 😀

Year 1/2 Term 3, Week 6 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2, Uncategorized | Posted on August 14, 2021

First, watch the lesson on the video.

 

 

Listen to Nancy read the Learning goal and instructions:

Next, write the learning goal and choose one activity to complete below.

L.G. I can describe an animal using an Italian adjective.

ACTIVITIES

Easy

  1. Choose an animal from below.
  • il coccodrillo
  • l’elefante
  • il leopardo
  • il canguro
  • il serpente
  • l’ippopotamo
  • il leone
  • la tigre

Draw a picture and choose an Italian adjective to describe it.

  • Pesante – heavy
  • Feroce – ferocious
  • Intelligente- smart
  • Veloce – speedy, fast
  • Grande – big
  • Piccolo – small
  • Terrificante – terrifying

Middle

  1. Write an Italian sentence about one animal and describe it using one of the adjectives. Draw a picture to match the sentence. Look at my example below.

Challenge

  1. Write an Italian sentence about one animal and describe it using more than one adjective. Use the Italian word ‘and’. Draw a picture that matches the sentence.

Then, get someone at home to take a picture of your work and send it to:

Nunzia.Berardone@eduaction.vic.gov.au

 

Year 1/2 Term 3, Wk 5 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Classe 1/2, Uncategorized | Posted on August 7, 2021

Ciao a tutti! (Hello everyone!)

FIRST – Watch the video below.

Listen to Nancy reading the activity instructions:

 

NEXT – Write the learning goal on a piece of paper

  • L.G. I can describe things as big or small in Italian.

 

THEN – choose one of the following activities to complete:

  1. Create a colourful poster that will teach someone about the two describing words ‘GRANDE’ and ‘PICCOLO’. Make sure the pictures are clear and colourful,  and that the reader will be able to know the difference between the two words –  ‘grande’ and ‘piccolo’.
  1. Draw a T chart on a piece of paper. Like the one I have below.

Write ‘GRANDE’ on one side and ‘PICCOLO’ on the other. Cut out pictures from magazines or newspapers of things that are big and small and put them in the right place.

  1. Draw a T chart on a piece of paper like the one above. Go on a house or garden expedition and spot all the ‘grande’ and ‘piccolo’ things. As you spot them draw and label them on your T Chart.

FINALLY – Get someone at home to send me a photo of your work.

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Buon divertimento! (Have fun!)

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