The activities suggested here encourage students to interact by moving around freely in the classroom and talking to one another, so that learning Italian becomes natural.
Italian Lesson Plans for Secondary Grades 6-12
Get your students excited about learning Italian with these fun and interactive language learning lesson plans and activities. Start with basic Italian vocabulary words and then move up to grammar, reading and writing Italian, as well as ideas for student group work and dialogue. Find fun ideas to teach new content, review material and even practice quizzes and worksheets that are easily adaptable to your class needs.
Italian is an expressive language that incorporates verbal and physical expressions. Learn about how to teach common Italian phrases that are rude and Italian gestures.
Teaching your students how to form the past perfect tense with Italian verbs is a key lesson. Your students will really catch on if you use this lesson plan and some other suggested activities.
Now that your students understand the Italian future simple tense, teach them how to form the future perfect tense using Italian verbs. This Italian future perfect tense lesson plan goes over the formation of the tense, when to use it, and a comparison to the future simple tense.
Are you teaching the Italian reflexive verbs? This lesson plan for teaching the reflexive verbs goes over the different reflexive pronouns and the formation of the verbs.
When teaching your Italian language students the future tense, use this lesson plan for the future simple tense. After this activity, they will catch on in no time.
If you only know a few words of Italian, having the ability to be polite will make those few words go a lot farther because people will appreciate your effort to be courteous and respectful in their language. This lesson focuses on some of these common Italian greetings and courtesy phrases.
This is an Italian conversation lesson designed for beginning learners of any age. In this lesson, students will be introduced to Italian job words, and conduct short interviews in pairs.
This is a lesson designed for beginning learners of Italian of any age. Using words for food, learners will practice articles and the ‘there is/there are’ construction in a short role-play. A media file containing food and drink vocabulary is attached.
This lesson will help teach your child Italian words for items associated with school.
This lesson will help you prepare your child for learning the different parts of the house in the Italian language. Here we will look at worksheets, index cards, and audio files which can help you with this lesson.
In this lesson we will look at different ways to teach children the names of the family members in Italian. Children will listen to audio samples as well as use index cards and worksheets to help them grasp this portion of the Italian language.