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Welcome to the Maltese Class. Ms Josepha Spiteri. Lessons. There will be 5 lessons a week: Lesson 1: Grammar ( Stilel 4 and handouts) Lesson 2: Grammar ( Stilel 4 and handouts) Lesson 3: Reading and Dictation ( Senduq Kuluri and Senduq Buffuri )

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Welcome to the Maltese Class

Ms Josepha Spiteri


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Lessons

There will be 5 lessons a week:

  • Lesson 1: Grammar (Stilel 4 and handouts)

  • Lesson 2: Grammar (Stilel 4 and handouts)

  • Lesson 3: Reading and Dictation (Senduq Kuluri and Senduq Buffuri)

  • Lesson 4: Grammar (Stilel 4 and handouts)

  • Lesson 5: Creative Writing / Listening and Speaking (handouts)


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Grammar (1st semester)

  • The tricky consonants: d/t, ċ/ġ, g/k, p/b

  • The consonants għ, h and ħ

  • The vowels a, e, i, o, u, ie

  • The vowels i and ie

  • The consonants: Qamrin and Xemxin

  • The article


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Grammar (1st semester)

  • The demostrative pronouns: din, dan, dawn, dik, dak, dawk

  • Nouns: Common and Proper

  • Nouns: Singular and Plural

  • Plural: (Sħiħ and Miksur)

  • Gender: Feminine and Masculine

  • Numbers


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Objectives

  • Listening:

  • Students will be able to answer questions related to what they have heard.

  • Students will be able to discuss their opinion regarding something they listened to with the rest of the class.

  • Students will be given the opportunity to predict the end of a story they have listened to.

  • Students will be helped to develop a coherent line of thought while commenting about something they listened to.


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Objectives

  • Speaking:

  • Students are to speak Maltese during the Maltese class.

  • Students will be given structured tasks which would in turn help them gain the ability to speak to an audience about a subject of their own choice.

  • Students will be given tasks which would help them learn how to express their opinions about the theme currently at hand.

  • Students will be given task which would help them learnhow to give instructions in a practical exercise.


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Objectives

  • Reading:

  • Students will read different genres like stories, legends, poetry, newspapers, magazins and drama.

  • Students are to answer, both orally and in writing, to questions related to what they have read.

  • Students will practise scanning for meaning and gist of a text. This will in turn help them to improve their reading comprehension skills.


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Objectives

  • Writing:

  • Students will be able to write more complex sentences with correct punctuation and structure.

  • Students will be able to write paragraphs about a theme.

  • Students will be able to structure their writing into a composition format: introduction, body, conclusion.

  • Students will be helped to stucture their ideas using mind maps.


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