Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input Lesson

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Are you looking for an innovative solution to teach Italian to your students? Look no further: Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input lesson plan is the perfect tool to make learning fun and engaging. Designed according to a comprehensible input approach, it includes a story about Filippo, a squirrel who is searching for his favorite food, bread. Throughout his search, Filippo encounters four targeted vocabulary structures that are sure to give your students multiple lessons in repetition and retention.

Are you looking for an innovative solution to teach Italian to your students? Look no further: Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input lesson plan is the perfect tool to make learning fun and engaging. Designed according to a comprehensible input approach, it includes a story about Filippo, a squirrel who is searching for his favorite food, bread. Throughout his search, Filippo encounters four targeted vocabulary structures that are sure to give your students multiple lessons in repetition and retention.
After learning the vocabulary structures at their own pace and with great engagement, you can assess comprehension by conducting activities such as getting your students to come up with different scenarios regarding Filippo’s dilemma.
Be assured: Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input lesson not only helps teachers save time but also makes sure that classes are both entertaining and effective – providing educators and learners alike with an enjoyable learning experience!
The four targeted structures are:

Del pane
(lui/lei) ha fame
Lui cerca
C’è solo

This very simple story is told in two different ways. There is a printable text version, and an animated mp4 version. Tell the story as you watch it (pause if you want to stop and discuss or storyask!), or just watch it for comprehension. The video is just over 5 minutes long, with pause time for students to read the text. There is a second version of the video with only the illustrations – no text – so you can watch it and do story retells. With novice low and novice mid learners, you can tell the story as is. For novice high learners, you can add more details or write a parallel story. You could even use this story at higher levels by having students retell the story in the past.

 

Here’s what you’ll get in this Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input Lesson:

• Links to the videos bothEnglish CI lesson – with and without the text

• A printable pdf version of the story

• Comprehension question worksheet

• “Who said it?” worksheet

• Story retell worksheet

• Answer key

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Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input Lesson
Filippo ha fame Italian Comprehensible Input Lesson
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