St. Francis of Assisi School


"Celebrating Over 65 Years of Quality Catholic Education"

21-18 46th Street Astoria, NY 11105 - (718) 726-9405 - Fax: (718) 721-2577
 

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Buon Giorno!

Buon giorno e benvenuti to a new year!

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Students will learn to pray and say
the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States in Italian.

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Kindergarten:

Students verbally learn greetings, numbers, colors, days of the week, parts of the body, songs and games. They will also work on a letter of the alphabet every week.

1st Grade:

Each week the students will work with a letter of the Italian alphabet and words that go with that letter.

Materials: notebook, pencil, crayons, and a folder.
Homework: Write the new words 3times in Italian and 1 time in English.

2nd Grade:

Students will work with greetings, numbers, days of the week months, seasons, animals, the weather, poems and songs.

Materials: notebook, pencil, crayons, and a folder.
Homework: Write the new words 3 times in Italian and 1 time in English.

3rd Grade:

Students will work with classroom objects, home, the weather, means of transportation, nature, poems, and songs for special holidays.

Materials: notebook, pen, crayons, and a folder.
Homework: Write the new words 3 times in Italian and 1 time in English.

4th Grade:

Students will start to converse in Italian with their peers. Students will use the book “Exploring Italian,” and will learn songs and poems for special occasions.

Materials:
the Italian book, a notebook, pen, and a folder.
Homework
is assigned every week.

5th Grade:

Students will continue to work with “Exploring Italian”

Materials: the Italian textbook, a notebook, pen, and a folder.
Homework is assigned every week.

6th Grade:

Students will work with the textbook and workbook “Avanti con l’Italiano”

Materials: the “Avanti con l’Italiano” textbook and workbook, a notebook, pen, loose leaf and a folder.
Homework is assigned every week and is to be done on loose leaf.

7th Grade:

Students will continue to work with the textbook and workbook “Avanti con l’Italiano,” and during the year they will do special projects.
Materials: the “Avanti con l’Italiano” book, a notebook, pen, lose leaf and a folder.
Homework is assigned every week and is to be done on loose leaf.

8th Grade:

Students will work with the last chapters in the book “Avanti con l’Italiano” and during the year they will do special projects.

Materials: the “Avanti con l’Italiano” textbook and workbook, a notebook, pen, loose leaf and a folder.
Homework is assigned every week and is to be done on loose leaf.

All students are required to get their Italian homework signed by a parent.

All students are required to learn “Ave Maria”,
while 7th and 8th graders are required, in addition, to learn “Padre Nostro”.

"Ave, Maria"
Ave, o Maria, piena di grazia,
il Signore è con te.
Tu sei benedetta fra le donne
e benedetto è il frutto del tuo seno, Gesù.
Santa Maria, Madre di Dio,
prega per noi peccatori,
adesso e nell'ora della nostra morte.
Amen.

"Padre Nostro"
Padre nostro, che sei nei cieli,
sia santificato il tuo nome,
venga il tuo regno,
sia fatta la tua volontà,
come in cielo così in terra.
Dacci oggi il nostro pane quotidiano,
e rimetti a noi i nostri debiti
come noi li rimettiamo ai nostri debitori,
e non ci indurre in tentazione,
ma liberaci dal male.

Buon anno scolastico a tutti!

Ciao,

Signora Posa