The following guidelines are to help you, the tutor, make the most of the classroom activities which accompany Talk Italian. Please feel free to print out these guidelines and the classroom activities which follow but make sure you have read the terms and conditions for their use set out in the copyright notice.
learners work in pairs
Page numbers refer to the section of Talk Italian covering the basic language needed for the activity. Many of the activities also provide an excellent opportunity to extend the language covered in the book and to give additional vocabulary relevant to members of the class.
Where worksheets and cue cards are provided, they are listed (underlined) under the heading Materials. These are photocopiable for use in the classroom and are provided as Adobe® Acrobat® Reader files and as web pages. Full instructions on downloading are provided.
Before starting an activity, make sure that . . .
During the course of the activity, monitor closely and . . .
At the end of the activity, reinforce learning with feedback . . .
Now go to the top of the page and click on the unit you require from the bar on the left.
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