Italian Level 2 Feelings

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Italian Level 2 Feelings
Italian Level 2
Second Level Significant Aspects of Learning
• Actively take part in daily routine
• Understand and respond to classroom instructions and personal
information from familiar sources
• Listen, join in and respond to a story, song or poem
• Participate in familiar games, paired speaking and short role plays
• Further develop an understanding of, interest in and respect for
other countries, cultures and languages
• Demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the value of
language learning including skills for life and work
• Take part in simple, paired conversations about themselves, others
and interests of their choice
• Ask for help confidently using learned phrases and familiar language
• Give a short presentation about a familiar topic
• Pronounce words sufficiently accurately so as to make the meaning
• Work with others and make a successful contribution to a group
presentation in English supported by the target languages
Second Level Significant Aspects of
• Read aloud a simple text
• Read and understand a variety of simple texts
• Make comparisons between English and
target language (including use of a bi-lingual
dictionary with support)
• Write about themselves and others and check
the accuracy of own writing
• Exchange straightforward information in
writing using familiar words and phrases
2. Feelings
Come stai?
Sto bene
Va bene
Cosi` cosi`
Va male
Non sto bene
Non sto bene per niente
Sto male
E tu?
Io ho fame
Io ho sete
Io ho caldo.
Io ho freddo.
Io sono ammalato.
Io sono stanco for a boy, stanca for a girl
How are you?
I am well
I am fine
Not bad
I am not good
I am not good at all
I am bad
And you?
I am hungry.
I am thirsty
I am hot
I am cold
I am ill
I am tired
Come stai?
Io sto molto bene!
Sto bene!
Cosi` cosi`!
Sto male
Non sto bene!
Non sto bene per
Va male!
E tu?
Io ho fame
Io ho sete!
Io ho caldo!
Io ho freddo!
Io sono ammalato 
Io sono stanco/a
Embedding the language
Start each day with asking Come stai? Around
the class.
Create Come stai? Cards for pupils with printed
off miniature copies of the pictures, ask Come
stai? at the start of the day, after break, after
lunch and ask pupils to choose their answer and
say it to a partner or around the class.
I am aware of and able to express my feelings and am developing the ability to talk
about them.
HWB 0-01a / HWB 1-01a / HWB 2-01a / HWB 3-01a / HWB 4-01a
Sample activities
You will find a bank of sample activities which you can use to
practice the vocabulary in the classroom.
This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or
adapt them to suit the needs of your class.
Attivita` – Feelings photos
Pupils take photos of themselves depicting
different feelings and then either add audio or
text or both! This can be done on tablets or
using applications such as Powerpoint.
I use the support of others and access appropriate reference materials of my choice to
help me plan my writing in ways that engage my reader, using ICT when appropriate.
MLAN 2-12a / MLAN 3-12a / MLAN 4-12a
I can use familiar language to describe myself and to exchange straightforward
MLAN 2-13b
Come stai strip lotto!
• Fold a bit of paper 5 times length ways so that you have 6
• In each fold write a different feeling e.g. Io ho fame
• Whole class asks the teacher, Come stai? and the teacher
chooses an answer.
• If this answer is at the top or bottom of the pupils paper,
they can then tear that strip off (it has to be at the top or
• This continues until a pupil has one strip left and if this is
called they tear that in half and shout Lotto!
• You can then play again with the winner as the bingo caller.
• This game can be extended by acting out the feeling and
pupils should then tell you the answer.
Psychic Flashcards
• This is a really simple but popular game and it’s a good
way to practise vocabulary.
• Ask pupils to each write a feeling on a piece7 of A4 paper (could
also draw a picture).
• Collect all paper in, shuffle them and hold them in a pile, facing
away from the class so they can’t see whichever one is on top.
• Tell pupils that you want them to test out their telepathic/psychic
• Very discretely select a page and keep it hidden from the class.
• Tell them you would like them to concentrate on your brain and
you will think intently of the feeling on the page.
• Give them a set amount of time to try and “read your mind” and
then they can try and guess.
• Whoever guesses correctly then gets to come and select one.
You will find a bank of sample songs which you can use to
practise the vocabulary in the classroom.
This is not a prescriptive list of songs and you can use or adapt
them to suit the needs of your class.
Ciao Buongiorno
Ciao buongiorno,
ciao buongiorno,
Come stai? Come stai?
molto bene grazie, molto bene grazie,
ciao ciao ciao
ICT Resources online
You will find a bank of sample ICT activities which you can use to
practise the vocabulary in the classroom.
This is not a prescriptive list of activities and you can use or
adapt them to suit the needs of your class.
You will find a set of more challenging activities in Level 2
Each of the slides contains an image of the website page. If you
click on the image it will take you to the page. Alternatively you
can use a link address which you will find in the slide notes.
Italian Topic 08: How old are you?
< previous topic next topic > Interactive tasks
1. Quanti anni hai?
2. Gioco di memoria
3. Scegli la risposta
4. Scrivi la risposta
5. Trova le parole
6. TetrisAnswers and TranslationsLanguage focus
Asking and saying one's age.
Quanti anni hai?
Ho sei anni.
Lui quanti anni ha?
Lui ha dodici anni.
Lei quanti anni ha?http://www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/italian/topic08/index.htm
Lei ha dodici anni.
1. Quanti anni hai? (pdf 213 kb)
2. Abbina le frasi (pdf 90 kb)
3. Scegli la giusta (pdf 157 kb)
4. Tira il dado (pdf 48 kb)
Combined worksheet (pdf 250 kb)Answers and TranslationsOther resources
Poster - Howold are you? (A3 pdf 310kb)
Flash cards - text (pdf 72kb)
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