Italian(Beginners A1-A2)

pirámide niveles marcoItalian Syllabus based on the CEFR LEVELS

Students may expect to practice Italian at a basic level. They learn to understand and use oral and written basic practical expressions for day-to-day simple interactions, and provide personal contact information, express preferences, and ask for information about immediate simple needs. Students feel comfortable in a conversational context where the other speaker speaks slowly and is prepared to cooperate.

A1.1 (Unit 1, 2, 3, 4)

– To greet formally and informally

– To tell their name, where they are from, provide their contacts and ask people for their contact information, tell how old they are, and how they feel

– To communicate in the context of the class
– To start a conversation formally and informally
– To introduce people
– To say “I am sorry” and “Excuse me”
– To thank people
– To make a reservation over the phone, and order at the restaurant or at the Italian bar, and to ask for the bill
– To talk about their hobbies and free time
– To tell what they like and what they do not like
– To agree and disagree
– To count to 100
– To ask “what time is it?” and answer the question
A1.2 (Unit 5, 6, 7)
– To tell days, months, dates
– To make a reservation at a hotel, and ask details about the room
– To file a complaint
– To describe a place
– To ask for and provide directions
– To talk about past activities
– To talk about my holidays
– To talk about the weather
A1.3 (Unit 8, 9, 10)
– To go shopping, buy groceries and ask politely what they need
– To describe stores
– To talk about their work, a typical work day, and their daily routine
– To describe and talk about their family
Cefr Pyramid

Continuing to build on previously acquired competencies in A1, students can understand and ask for information about shopping, local geography, employment. They can talk about the daily routine, and relate about their background, in simple terms.

A2.1 (Unit 1, 2, 3)

– To describe and purchase clothing

– To express doubts and opinions and ask for someone’s opinion

– To make comparisons- To talk about habits in the past

– To argue in favor or against something

– To describe people and talk about their character

– To make an assumption

– To provide advice

– To express a wish​

A2.2 (Unit 4, 5, 6)

-To make, accept or refuse a proposal, make a counter

-proposal and explain their refusal

– To set up an appointment

– To express surprise

– To ask for the duration and cost of a trip

– To talk about their holidays

– To learn to interact on social media in Italian

– To talk about food, eating habits, and describe food and taste​

A2.3 (Unit 7, 8, 9, 10)

– To talk about talk about their health and health in general

– To talk about sports- To describe their home

– To fill in a job application- To talk about their job

– To confirm a possibility

– To persuade someone

– To talk about the future

%d bloggers like this: