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1 MADISON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT GRADE 6 ITALIAN GRADE 7 ITALIAN GRADE 8 ITALIAN Authored by: Marie Arvizzigno Reviewed by: Dr. Barbara Sargent Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Approval Date: April 2010 Members of the Board of Education: Lisa Ellis, President Patrick Rowe, Vice-President Kevin Blair George Martin Linda Gilbert James Novotny David Arthur Shade Grahling Superintendent: Dr. Richard Noonan Madison Public Schools 359 Woodland Road, Madison, NJ

2 I. OVERVIEW Students in middle school Italian classes are introduced to the beauty of the Italian language through the four basic communication skills of language learning: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with an emphasis on the oral and aural skills. Each of the lessons is built around a cultural theme and is divided into sections of dialogues, narratives, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammatical structure, and review drills. The approach is multimedia. All objectives are practiced with the goal of communicative and cultural awareness. II. RATIONALE The study of languages other than English is vital for students as they prepare to work and live in a global community. About 6.5% of the world's population speaks English as a first language. Researchers calculate that another 18.5% speak it as a second or foreign language, which leaves 75% of humanity who don't understand a word of English. Students who are proficient in more than one language have a vast array of career opportunities open to them, ranging from work with well-known multinational companies to international organizations or charities. Students who are proficient in more than one language are typically better versed in the understanding of grammar and syntax. In addition, research by the College Board shows that the longer students study a foreign language the higher their math and verbal SAT scores. Knowledge of a foreign language improves the student s understanding and appreciation of their own language, and makes learning of a third language significantly easier. III. GOALS (Linked to NJ Core Content Standards) 7.1 World Languages: All students will be able to use a world language in addition to English to engage in meaningful conversation, to understand and interpret spoken and written language, and to present information, concepts, and ideas, while also gaining an understanding of the perspectives of other cultures. Through language study, they will make connections with other content areas, compare the language and culture studied with their own, and participate in home and global communities. Language learners can be expected to move through levels of proficiency at different rates. In addition, language learners may demonstrate differing proficiencies depending upon the communicative mode in which they are functioning (interpersonal, interpretive, or presentational). In Madison Junior School, students who complete the 6 th, 7 th, and 8 th grade sequence should meet the cumulative progress indicators for the Novice -Mid Level of proficiency. Novice-Mid Level students communicate using memorized words and phrases to talk about familiar topics related to school, home, and the community. By the end of Spanish 8 th grade Spanish, students will: A Interpretive Mode 1. Recognize familiar spoken or written words and phrases contained in culturally authentic materials using electronic information sources related to targeted themes. 2. Demonstrate comprehension of simple, oral and written directions, commands, and requests through appropriate physical response. 3. Recognize a few common gestures and cultural practices associated with the target culture(s). 4. Identify familiar people, places, and objects based on simple oral and/or written descriptions. 5. Demonstrate comprehension of brief oral and written messages using age- and level-appropriate, culturally authentic materials on familiar topics.

3 B. Interpersonal Mode 1. Use digital tools to exchange basic information at the word and memorized-phrase level related to self and targeted themes. 2. Give and follow simple oral and written directions, commands, and requests when participating in age-appropriate classroom and cultural activities. 3. Imitate appropriate gestures and intonation of the target culture(s)/language during greetings, leavetakings, and daily interactions. 4. Ask and respond to simple questions, make requests, and express preferences using memorized words and phrases. 5. Exchange information using words, phrases, and short sentences practiced in class on familiar topics or on topics studied in other content areas. C. Presentational Mode 1. Use basic information at the word and memorized-phrase level to create a multimedia-rich presentation on targeted themes to be shared virtually with a target language audience. 2. Imitate, recite, and/or dramatize simple poetry, rhymes, songs, and skits. 3. Copy/write words, phrases, or simple guided texts on familiar topics. 4. Present information from age- and level-appropriate, culturally authentic materials orally or in writing. 5. Name and label tangible cultural products and imitate cultural practices from the target culture(s). IV. ESSENTIAL CONTENT AND ACTIVITIES See attached tables. V. EVALUATION A. Tests and Quizzes that accompany the text. B. Teacher-made Achievement Tests: 1. Quizzes: written and oral 2. Unit tests 3. Final exam C. Regular aural-oral testing to determine: 1. Hearing acuity 2. Sound reproduction 3. Oral pronunciation and reading ability 4. Listening comprehension D. Student Compositions E. Projects F. Homework Listening, speaking, reading and writing will be considered to determine the final grade. VI. RESOURCES A. Basic Text: Avanti con l italiano- 2 nd edition, Amsco; Pauselli/Morel (6 th and 7 th grade)

4 Passo avanti in italiano A Communicative Second Course: Amsco; Morel/Lazarus/Levy. (8 th grade) B. Supplementary Materials: See attached tables. VII. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE See attached charts for specific Scope and Sequence by Grade Level.

5 Madison School District Grade 6- textbook: AVANTI CON L ITALIANO Italian World Language Scope and Sequence Unit of Study Key Vocabulary/ Language in Use Activities/ Assessment Cultural Connections Related Literature /Video/Songs Chapter 1a Introduction of the Language Chapter 1b Greetings Introductions Names-Onomastico Attendance Alphabet Vowels Classroom Expressions Numbers Telling Time Calendar Cognates Class Items Immediate family Family experiences Immigration Geography Directions Scavenger Hunts-directions Dialogues/Skits Role play formal and familiar levels of speech Math solving Puzzles Group posters bulletin boards Fill in the blanks Multiple choice Relay Races True/False Short answers Family Oral presentation Listening (tape & teacher) Poetry Partner Dialogues Songs Simone Dice Mamma Mia Pictionary Card games Bingo (tombola) Tongue twisters Mani giù Realia of my family Immigration History of days of week Onomastico (name day) God s & Roman Mythology Geography Traveling Schedules Telephones Military time Cognates Feast celebration-san Gennaro Holiday celebrations (Natale, New year eve and New year) Sports Ciao a te! Alphabet Numbers Days of week My family is special Neapolitan Song Grammar/cultural Travel Alberobello Regions /geography Cooking Architecture Art/science Video of my family in Italy Literature: Italian Americans American Too Toto in Italy Textbook readings

6 Chapter 2 Personal Identity Describe self and others using Physical/psychological adjectives Say where you and others are from and give nationality Use the levels of speech in conversation The Essere verb Identify Italian gestures and expressions Geography Agreement of adjectives Euro Weather Permissions Identity card using colors, numbers, address, age and physical description Dialogues/Skits Role play formal and familiar levels of speech Self made puzzles Group posters bulletin boards Fill in the blanks Multiple choice Relay Races True/False Short answers Oral presentation Listening (tape & teacher) Partner Dialogues Songs Simone Dice Mamma Mia Pictionary Card games Bingo (tombola) Word sketches Mime Gesturers Differences of Holiday using a Venn Diagram Identity card Tongue twisters Mani giù Nationalities Gestures Identity card in Italy Write an Italian Holiday Card Learn the Tarantella Dance Sing Traditional carols Discuss La Befana Talk about Babbo Natale Discuss Italian holiday foods Show the similarities and differences of the Christmas Italian Holiday Season vs. Amercian Holiday expressions New Year traditions Euro & Currency Carnevale Create a mask Discuss costumes/masks Directions: right, left, up, down, north, south, east, west Sports Thanksgiving Holday Write a Thanksgiving Card Colors-Giallo e blu Animals Let s eat (Mangiamo) Weather forecast Holiday songs Opposites(adjectives) Grammar/cultural Travel Regions /geography Cooking architecture Art/science Nino s pizza Literature: Our American Family Italian Americans Leonardo Da Vinci Pastatively Italy American Too Continued Textbook readings

7 Chapter 3 The school Use classroom objects and supplies Express where things or people are Plural of nouns The definite article singular and plural il, lo, L, i, gli le The indefinite article singular Ecco (Here is, are, there is, are) C E ( There is) Ci SONO (There are) Plurals using numbers Here is/are There is /are Colors and agreement Verbs: are Use school subjects to describe their schedule Use colors to describe objects Point out or draw attention to things or people Compare school systems in Italy and in America Subjects Mi piace (I like) Ti piace (you like) Use time when a subject begins or ends Dialogues/Skits Role play formal and familiar levels of speech Self made puzzles Group posters bulletin boards Fill in the blanks Multiple choice Relay Races True/False Short answers Oral presentation Listening (tape & teacher) Partner Dialogues Songs Simone Dice Mamma Mia Pictionary Card games Bingo (tombola) Word sketches Mime Gesturers Tongue twisters Mani giù Create class Schedules Story behind St. Valentine s Day Write an Italian Valentine card The Italian flag and its meaning of colors/historical aspects Discuss sports played in Italy and sports Talk about sports that students enjoy Soccer color (Azzurro) School differences Italy vs America Nella classe classroom song Weather song Verb Song Tarantella dance Grammar/cultural Travel Cooking architecture Art/science Video of my family in Italy Literature: Italian Americans Textbook readings Columbus Galileo Peppe the Lamplighter

8 Chapter 4 The Family Identify the parts of body express Physical feelings Describe the Italian Easter and compare it with the American To use are verbs Instruments To use the house and rooms to express activities/expressions with colors Express their age and of others Verb Avere (to have) Describe a famous person or group using Essere Animals (pets) using plural of numbers Dialogues/Skits Role play formal and familiar levels of speech Self made puzzles Group posters bulletin boards Fill in the blanks Multiple choice Relay Races True/False Short answers Oral presentation Listening (tape & teacher) Partner Dialogues Songs Simone Dice Mamma Mia Pictionary Card games Bingo (tombola) Word sketches Mime Gesturers Tongue twisters Mani giù Family tree Room and are verb poster Discuss Italian Easter traditions and foods Talk about Family Life in Italy Discuss Carlo Collodi s life and his book Pinocchio Farm animals in Italy Write an Italian Easter Card Scopa (traditional Card Game) Family song Body- Ho una mano a sinistra Ciao a te (continued) Grammar/cultural Travel Cooking architecture Video of my family in Italy Cartoon Literature: Textbook readings Pinocchio Fables

9 Madison School District Grade 7- textbook: AVANTI CON L ITALIANO Italian World Language Scope and Sequence Unit of Study Key Vocabulary/ Language in Use Activities/ Assessment Cultural Connections Related Literature / video/songs MP 1 Review Chapters 1-4 Chapter 5 The House Review (about 3 weeks) CHP 1 4 up to p. 93 Chapter 4 (CONTINUED) To describe yourself and family: - Activities with present verbs ending ERE - Intro & use of Potere verb with Permissions - Intro & Use of Mi piace, ti piace, mi piacciono, ti piacciono and use of non (negative) - Intro & use of andare. prendere, stare - Intro of possessive adjectives - Express activities with are, ere, avere, essere verbs Chapter 5 Housing/Rooms and furniture - Activities using present tense verbs ARE, ERE, IRE/ISC - Write your address (via, corso,etc. - Ordinal Numbers with house floors - Use colors to describe house/rooms - Measure your house in Metric - Conversion of house value into EURO - Contractions of prepositions: Bingo (tombola) Booklets(family) Bulletin boards careers Card games Dialogues/Skits Directions Family Presentations Fill in the blanks Group posters Holiday Cards House presentations Booklets Listening (tape & teacher) Mamma Mia Mani giù Math solving Menus Multiple choice Partner Dialogues Party vocabulary Pictionary Poem write original Poetry Power points Puzzles Puzzles - create Relay Races Role play formal Levels of speech Readings (other) Scavenger Hunts Short answers skits (restaurant Simone Dice Songs Signora s Italian background story San Gennaro feast Italian Pop singers: Pino Cristoforo Colombo San Marino Republic Halloween not a national holiday but celebrated in Italy Thanksgiving Holiday -Write a Thanksgiving Card in appreciation of our family -Family in Italy -activities -relationships -marriage Traditional pasttimes -Scopa -bar Italian Holiday Cards Tarantella Dance Sing Traditional carols Discuss La Befana Talk about Babbo Natale Discuss Italian holiday foods Discuss the Christmas Italian Holiday Season vs. Ciao a te! (continued) Alphabet giorni (days) Verbs Holiday songs Il mio corpo -body Grammar/cultural Travel Italy -Roma - San Marino Republic -Pompeii Regions /geography -Architecture -Art/science -music -caffè -games played Literature: Italian Americans Toto in Italy Reading of my family in Italy Cristoforo Colombo Songs Colors-Giallo e blu Opposites(adjectives) Verb Song Tarantella dance Family song

10 Nel-in the - Use of preposition al (on the) floor To talk about self and others; - to point out items and people using Demonstrative Adj Quello/questo - Qualitative Adj to describe items and people using Bello To describe activities at home and school - Irregular form of dovere ( to have to, must) - Activities one must do - To use Potere with asking for items and what one can do - Use of Quanto with quantifying items and people. Textbook readings Tongue twisters True/False -make your own(family, fashion) American -Holiday expressions New Year traditions The family in Italy and America Holidays in Italy: -San Valentino -Carnevale Celebration: Venezia Carnevale: -Discuss costumes/masks - Create a mask -Feast Month Celebrations Story of St. Valentine s Day Write an Italian Valentine card Housing of Italy -House description -Activities -Euro & Currency -measurement (metric) Discuss Italian Easter traditions and foods Grammar/cultural Christmas in Italy Italian/Americans Literature: Our American Family Italian Americans American Too (Continued) Peppe the Lamplighter Opera Rossini Verdi Michelangelo Chapter 6 Italy s climate:

11 MP 2 Chapter 6 The Environment To talk about Weather & Seasons - Weather vocabulary - Seasons vocabulary - What is your favorite season - Activities - Forecast - Travel /Resort - Foods/menu (resources) Activities using irregular forms of for: - Stare (to stay, feel) - Dare(to give) - Fare (to make or do) To talk about the country and animals - domestic(favorite pet) - other animals Prepositions al to the To write advertisements -To search for lost pets -vacation spots -forecasts -seasons -Regions -cities -vacation time (August) -activities -Island of Sicily -Island of Capri -Weather forecast in Italy Farm/domestic animals in Italy -activities -colors -size Monumental cities of Italy - Venice - Florence - Rome - Milan - Siena - Pisa - Messina - Napoli Etc. House activities song La mia casa Verb Song Grammar/cultural Video of my family in Italy Cartoon Literature: Fables Italian Americans textbook readings Where do you live? How is your house? History/Art/Science/ Opera: Leonardo DaVinci Dante Allegheri Garibaldi Chapter 7 Talk about food and food markets-

12 MP 3 Chapter 7 - Grocery stores vocabulary - Vocabulary SOLO - Express Activities where people are going using ANDARE to go & exceptions - Use of a and in (with activities) - To make a grocery list - Present verb Potere - to be able to - to express what people can do - To make requests - To read an Italian Grocery receipt - To make an invitation - Party items - Places in Italy to buy items - Euro - Read Italian Grocery store fliers Clothing Stores Clothing vocabulary Il verbo Portare to wear Present of verb Sapere to know Present tense of Volere (to wish, want) Italian fashion designers Create a fashion show To read and understand Receipts and Invoices Clothing prices To talk about the food markets in Italy - To order a meal - To explore the Italian kitchen - Italian Grocery store fliers - Shopping in Italy - Euro conversions To talk about the fashion in Italy Fashion designers Cities and Fashion centers (Milano, Roma) Fashion show in Italy Verb Song Italy Italy -Monuments of Firenze, Siena, Pisa etc architecture fashions Literature: Pinocchio Monuments of Italy Textbook readings Italy:-Roma Now and before Reading: What is your favorite season? Reading -Snow fall Reading - What do you do? Monuments of Italy Art/Science: Galileo Write an advertisement - for a sale of clothing in a department store Chapter 8 - To talk about foods and beverages

13 MP 4 Chapter 8 - To talk about la prima e seconda colazione (breakfast & lunch) - To talk about il pranzo e la cena (dinner & supper) Foods and Traditions of Breakfast Present verb Volere - To wish/to want followed by noun or infinitive (Vuoi la marmellata? Vuoi mangiare) - Polite form of volere - Io vorrei, vorresti Tu, Vorrebbe lei, Io vorrei Foods and beverages Menu at a restaurant Place settings Present Irregular Verb Bere To drink To express an undetermined quantity - Some or any (del, dei, etc.) Cardinal Numbers 1-20,000 To read and understand Receipts, Invoices and Ads Chapter 9 To talk about a time of arrival and departure - A che ora - train, home, classes, etc. - da from - time Courtesies REVIEW FOR FINAL EXAMS To talk about the -Restaurants -fast food - McDonalds, Burger King -menus - traditional foods To talk about the Train system in Italy Vacation time in Italy Weather foods architecture Malls ( Auchan), Food Markets and fast food Video of my family in Italy Cooking Bars Literature: reading : The main course reading: The house party reading: Where are you going? Reading : The Italian Kitchen Reading: Party at the livoli House T220 Come viaggiare in Italia Le Vacanze degli italiani Alla Stazione ferroviara History/Art/Science/ Opera: Puccini Marconi

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15 Madison School District Grade 8- textbook: PASSO AVANTI IN ITALIANO A COMMUNICATIVE SECOND COURSE Italian World Language Scope and Sequence Unit of Study Marking Period 1 Key Vocabulary/ Language in Use 3 week Review of chapters covered in 7 th grade -Lezione Preliminare (Text Not 13 A orb) Chapter 1 Lezione 1 Money-Il denaro/i soldi Numbers - I numeri (200-billion) Stores - I negozi Cost - Quanto costa? Quanto costano? EURO Lezione 2 Il verbo Fare- to do or make -Express what one is doing. The weather Plurals regular and irregular prepositions - Le preposizioni articulate -al, dal, del, nel, sul Food and clothing - il cibo e i vestiti Lezione 3 Intermezzo Ripasso Activities/ Assessment Scavenger Hunts-directions Dialogues/Skits Role play formal and familiar levels of speech Math solving Puzzles Group posters bulletin boards Fill in the blanks Multiple choice Relay Races True/False Short answers Oral presentations Listening (tape & teacher) Poetry Partner Dialogues Songs Simone Dice Mamma Mia Pictionary Card games Bingo (tombola) Tongue twisters Mani giù Memory games Proverbs tongue twisters Cultural Connections Chapter 1 outdoor markets plazas food shopping receipts stores malls Related Resources Chapter 1 History/geography/Art/Science/ Music/sport: - Al Caffè Shopping in Italy Il mercato all aperto le piazze Il tempo(weather) gli abbigliamenti Mall, stores & outdoor markets

16 Chapter 2 Lezione 4 - Place setting-la tavola - apparecchiare The meals: i pasti, cibi e bibite - times for meals - A che ora? - At what time? - pranzare/cenare - dinner - la merenda - snack - che cosa c è? - What is there? - Likes - Mi piace, mi piacciono Lezione 5 Possessive Adjectives- aggettivi Possessivi -mine, yours, etc. Dimonstrative Adjectives - Aggettivi dimostrativi -this- that these those Il irregular verbo volere-to want - polite form also - expressions of delight Advertisements Lezione 6 Intermezzo I progetti: -ordering a meal at a restaurant-one of three meals -Prepare a meal from scratch -Weather forecast as weatherman/woman with different regions Chapter 2 Geographical Foods of Italy Habits of Italian cuisine at table and restaurants - la festa - etiquette - Coffee bars - menus - restaurants checks - tips Feast and Holiday celebrations: -San Gennaro -Halloween (Carnevale) a sagra della zucca La commedia dell arte -Columbus Chapter 2 History/geography/Art/Science/ Music/sport: A tavola Dopo il pranzo Il bar italiano Gli italilani a tavola Il cibo il picnic Volere Bar -Italians having caffè and playing cards Ripasso

17 Marking Period 2 Chapter 3: Lezione 7 Gli sport- Playing fields and other playing locales Other sports-altri sport Pastimes-I passatempi Lezione 8 Passato Prossimo - Expressing past actions - regular past participles - irregular past participles Negative expressions-espressioni negative Verb-to go out-uscire I progetti: -Planning a vacation -Visit Italy or Resort -Describe your stay at a Summer Camp -Playing sports -Describe your stay with a family in Italy - Brochure of Italy Chapter 3 Sports: Bocce in Italy and America Calcio national sport Italian coast beach resorts -Amalfi Coast Naples, -The Riviera Il giro d Italia-cycling event Chapter 3 History/geography/Art/Science/ Music/sport: Un invito Un invito per telefono Linda ed Eric fanno sport Il dolce far niente Lo sport Songs : Passato prossimo canto Il negativo lo sport Lezione 9 Intermezzo Ripasso Michelangelo p vacation: ferragosto clips: Italy & the world cup Michelangelo Le vacanze Chapter 4: Lezione 10 School subjects The classroom Musical instruments Grades and Report Cards How long something is going on for. Isc verbs preferire, capire, spedire Controllo della Lingua: Lezione 11 Dovere verb must Potere to be able to,can Sapere/conosere knowing people and things Comparative Superlative Lezione 12 I progetti: -Write a postcard to a classmate/friend about experiences (p ) -Television programs -Interview a famous Italian Chapter 4 School in Italy Opera-La Boheme Rossini, Bellini, Puccini, Verdi Feast and Holiday celebrations: -Natale - New year s eve Chapter 4 History/geography/Art/Science/ Music/sport: Una conversazione al telefono Un intervista con uno studente italiano Una studentessa italiana l opera che cosè? Songs /: Il canto dei verbi I comparativi Verdi Rossini

18 Marking Period 3 Intermezzo Ripasso Chapter 5: Lezione 13 Human Body Physical characteristics Health The Pharmacy Lezione 14 I progetti: Send letters to other students as pen pals - Describe your day from am to pm - Describe your malady to the doctor Chapter 5 Pharmacy in Italy Magazine Ads Hospitals /first aid Sicilia Catania Montecatini, Toscana Chapter 5 History/geography/Art/Science/ Music/sport: Dal farmacista Il viaggio di Viviana e di Rosa. l acqua fa bene Pen Pal T152 Reflexive actions -singular -plural Prepositions - where something or someone is Lezione 15 Intermezzo Ripasso Dante Alleghieri p Feast and Holiday celebrations: -Carnevale Songs : I riflessi Le preposizioni Dante Alleghieri l Italia LEVEL TEST

19 Marking Period 4 Chapter 6 Lezione 16 Clothing-l abbigliamento - Clothing description - Accessoreies At the stores -Finding your size -Discussing price and payment Lezione 17 Direct object pronous-pronomi diretti Venire verb to come Expressing Past -Passato Prossimo with essere Lezione 18 Intermezzo Ripasso I progetti: - Fashion Show (make a dvd with group) - Research a region including foods Chapter 6 Regions of Italy Stores Fashion Magazine ads Milano Genova(jeans) Firenze: city of art, and birthplace of il Renacimento -Leonardo Da Vinci- Renaissance man Feast and Holiday celebrations: -Easter(Pasqua) -La festa della Mamma - La festa del Papà Chapter 6 History/geography/Art/Science/ Music/sport: Alla gioelleria Una lettera. L Italia e le sue regioni Songs / I pronomi Il passato prossimo canto La Sfilata di moda Milano Firenze Leonardo DaVinci Controllo della Lingua T399 FINALS

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