How would you describe your favorite animal? Tall? Spotted? Level 1 students were having some fun in class this week using our adjectives to practice describing our new vocabulary words….gli animali!! In class, we used the app Chatterpix to describe the animals and have them come to life with that description. Students had fun finding … More Come sono gli animali?
On Friday, January 27th, Italian students from all levels traveled into Boston to check out the Leonardo da Vinci exhibit at the Boston Museum of Science and have lunch at the new Eataly store. We had such a great day and the students seemed to really enjoy the experience. At the Boston Museum of Science, … More Italian Boston Field trip
Level 1 is working on learning their adjectives in Italian. With adjectives, students are able to put what they are learning into “real life situations” by describing themselves and others. To get ready for our quiz coming up, students were asked to create a word cloud using adjectives that describe them. Using the website Tagul, … More Adjective “selfie” clouds
The use of reflexive verbs in Italian is a little different than in English. Instead of just saying “myself”, in Italian you need to add a reflexive pronoun. Another difference is that some verbs that are reflexive in Italian may not be reflexive in English, so that is always a hard concept for our students. … More Describing daily routines with Reflexive Verbs
Who wouldn’t want to take Italian as their language of choice at Nipmuc? Well many students are unaware that we offer this amazing language. So my level 4 students have created a video to show the incoming freshman class just how much fun we have in this class. Below please find the video! Enjoy and … More Italian 8th grade presentation