Foundation Wk 2 Term 4 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation | Posted on October 10, 2021

Ciao,

Listen to Nancy read the blog post.

This week we will be looking at naming some family members in Italian.

L.G. I know the names for mum, dad, me in Italian.

First, watch the video below.

Next, draw a picture of your mum, dad and you and use the Italian words below to label your picture.

  • La mia famiglia
  • mamma
  • papa`
  • io

Here’s an example of what to do.

Finally, if you can, get someone to take a photo of your work and send it to my email.

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Foundation Wk 1 Term 4 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation | Posted on October 3, 2021

Bentornati (Welcome back)! I hope you had a restful break.

This week I want you to tell me all about your holidays. 🤗

Listen to Nancy read the instructions below:

 L.G. I can say ‘my holidays’ in Italian.

First,  watch the video below.

Next, create a poster about something that you did on the holidays. Make sure you write the Italian sentence:

See my example below:

Finally, I’d love to see your poster of ‘Le mie vacanze.’ Send me a photo if you can.

 

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

Foundation Term 3 Week 10 🤗

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation | Posted on September 12, 2021

Ciao Foundation studenti,

It’s our last lesson of Term 3! 😊 Thank you for all your hard work this term!

Listen to Nancy read out the instructions:

This week you are going to learn how to sing the ‘Happy Birthday’ song in Italian.

L.G. I can sing the ‘Happy Birthday’ song in Italian.

First, watch the video below to help learn the Italian words to the song.

Next, watch the video below and sing along to the song.

Then, choose a play-based activity to do.

  1. Put on a performance and teach your family the song.
  2. Pretend one of your toys is having a birthday. Sing the song to them.
  3. Call a loved one on the phone and show off your Italian singing. Teach them about the song. 😊

Finally, I’d love to hear how you went with learning and singing the song. You can do this by getting someone at home to leave a comment on the Italian blog or you could send me a video of you singing the song if possible.

Buon divertimento! (Have fun!)                     

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

Foundation Term 3 Week 9 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation | Posted on September 5, 2021

Ciao Foundation studenti, carers and parents,

Listen to Nancy read the writing below:

This week we will be using our knowledge of Italian number words in a different way.

First, watch the video below.

L.G. I know how to say how old I am in Italian. 

Next, on a piece of paper draw yourself, or a character you love, or one of your toys and write the question:

  • Quanti anni hai?   (How old are you?)

Then, draw a picture of yourself, character or toy, and write the sentence:

  • Ho ……. anni.  ( I am …….. years old.

See my example below:

Finally, get someone at home to take a photo of your work and email it to me. I’d love to see your work!

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

Keep up the amazing work! Ottimo, Foundation studenti! 😃

Foundation Term 3 Week 8 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation | Posted on August 28, 2021

Ciao Foundation students, parents and carers.

This week we are going over our Italian number words to make sure you know them well.

Listen to Nancy read the instructions.

L.G. I know the Italian number words from 1 to 10 in Italian.  

First, go over the Italian number words by watching the Peppa Pig video below.

Next, complete the quiz that I have created. It is on the video below. You can write your answers down on a piece of paper or choose to just say the answer to each question as I ask it.  Buon divertimento! (Have fun!) 🙂

 

Finally, if you can, have someone leave a comment on the Italian blog about how you went with the quiz. I’d love to hear how well you did. 🙂

Foundation Term 3, Week 7 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation, Uncategorized | Posted on August 22, 2021

L.G. I know the Italian number words from 1 to 10.

First, watch the lesson on the video below.

 

Here are the Italian number words that you have been learning:

  • uno
  • due
  • tre
  • quattro
  • cinque
  • sei
  • sette
  • otto
  • nove
  • dieci

Next, choose one activity from the list below:

ACTIVITIES

1. On some paper, write the word for each number from 6 to 10. Write the number too and draw a collection of things for that number. See my example below.

2.Practise counting in Italian. Use a collection of things in your house. You could count forks, teddy bears, dolls, leggo blocks, cups, socks, pegs. Do this from 1 to ten.  OR

Practise counting in Italian by bouncing a ball  or bouncing and catching. Every time you bounce or catch count in Italian: uno, due, tre, quattro, cinque, sei, sette, otto, nove, dieci.

3. Make real life collections of things and label them. Do this from 6 to 10. You can do this from 1 – 10 too if you want to! 😀  See my example below.

Then, if you can, get someone to send in a photo. I’d love to see photos of your work, or a video of you counting collections in Italian.

Email: nunzia.berardone@education.vic.gov.au

You are all doing an amazing job!

 

Foundation – Term 3, Week 6 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation, Uncategorized | Posted on August 14, 2021

FIRST, watch the lesson on the video below.

Listen to Nancy read the instructions for the activities:

L.G. I know the Italian number words for 1,2,3,4,5.

Here are the numbers that we learnt about in the video:

  • Uno
  • Due
  • Tre
  • Quattro
  • Cinque

NEXT , choose one of the following activities:

ACTIVITY 1.

Write the Italian number word and the number on the top of the page.  Then, draw any objects you like for each number. Do this for all the number words up to 5. See my example for Uno and Due.

ACTIVITY 2.

Practise counting in Italian. Use a collection of things in your house. You could count forks, teddy bears, dolls, leggo blocks, cups, socks, pegs.

OR

Practise counting in Italian by bouncing a ball or bouncing and    catching. Every time you bounce or catch count in Italian: uno, due, tre, quattro, cinque.

ACTIVITY 3.

Make real life collections of things and label them.

THEN, get someone at home to take a photo and send it to my email:

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Buon divertimento! (Have fun!)

 

Foundation Term 3, Wk 5 Home Learning

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation, Uncategorized | Posted on August 7, 2021

Ciao a tutti! (Hello to all!)

FIRST – Listen to Nancy read ‘COSA MI PIACE’ (What I like) by Anthony Browne.

Listen to Nancy read the activity instructions:

 

  • L.G. I can say ‘I like’ in Italian.

 

NEXT – Choose one activity from list below:

ACTIVITIES

1.Draw your favourite part of the book and write the Italian words “Mi piace.” below your drawing.

2. Draw a picture of what you like doing. Write a sentence about what you like but start the sentence with the Italian words that mean ‘I like’.

Look at my example below:

  • Mi piace playing with my dog!

3. Draw a new front cover for the book and include the title “MI PIACE”

 

THEN  – Have someone at home take a photo of your drawing and sentence if they can. I’d love to see your work!  Send it to my email:

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

Buon divertimento!

(Have fun!)

Home Learning Foundation – Wk 3

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation, Uncategorized | Posted on July 23, 2021

Watch the video for this week’s lesson and Activities. The Activities are also posted below.

Listen to Nancy read the instructions to the activities below.

Activities:

  1. Make a poster about Gli Olimpiadi Di Tokyo (The Tokyo Olympics).
  • Write the heading GLI OLIMPIADI DI TOKYO 2020 at the top of your poster.
  • Draw ‘Gli anelli Olimpici’ (The Olympic rings) and label them in Italian.
  • Draw La mascotte’ (the mascot) of Tokyo’s games and add the label.

 

  1. Create a new mascot for ‘Gli Olimpiadi Di Tokyo’.
  • Write the heading GLI OLIMPIADI DI TOKYO 2020 at the top of your poster.
  • Draw ‘Gli anelli Olimpici’ (The Olympic rings) and label them in Italian.
  • Draw your new mascot and add the label ‘ La mascotte’ (the mascot)
  •  Use the following sentence. ‘Ciao, Mi chiamo …….’ (Hi. My name is …….)

 

Have someone take a photo of your work and email me:

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

 

Home Learning Foundation Term 3 Wk 2

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Posted by Nancy | Posted in Foundation, Uncategorized | Posted on July 16, 2021

L.G. I can describe how I am feeling in Italian.

Listen and sing along to the ciao Buongiorno song. Then choose one activity from the list.

 

Activity 1.

Answer this question:

Come stai?  (How are you?)

Create a poster about how you are feeling. Use the words below to help you with your poster.

Molto bene  (very well)

Cosi`, cosi`  (OK)

Male  (sad or sick)

Molto male   (very sad or sick)

 

Activity 2.

Answer this question:

Come stai?  (How are you?)

Make a poster about your favourite character, toy or animal and imagine how they are feeling e.g. Bluey.

Use the words above to help you create the poster.

 

Activity 3.

Sing the song but change the words and the actions. For example:

Ciao, Buongiorno  (Hello, good day)

Ciao, Buongiorno   (Hello, good day)

Come stai?        (How are you?)

Come stai?       (How are you?)

Molto, molto male     (Very, very sad)

Molto, molto male     (Very, very sad)

Grazie a te       (Thanks to you)

Grazie a te     (Thanks to you)

 

BUON DIVERTIMENTO! (ENJOY!)

I’d love to see your work. My email address is:

 

Nunzia.Berardone@education.vic.gov.au

 

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