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Representing Teachers of Italian in Ireland

The ATI is the Association of Teachers of Italian in secondary schools and third level education in Ireland. In this site you will find information about the Association and its representatives, information about Italy and the teaching of Italian as a foreign language, links to websites and downloadable resources useful for teachers of Italian in Ireland.

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Upcoming Events and Deadlines

Italian teachers Ireland
ATI Junior Competitions
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

This year’s deadline is Friday the 14th of December 2018.  Access downloadable posters here

Italian teachers Ireland
New Senior Competition “La mia passione per l’italiano”.
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Details of the new competition for students of 5th year Italian, including a poster to display in schools are here  

Latest News

News for Italian Teachers.

October 10, 2018

Italian Textbooks

October 10, 2018

ATI Annual Conference and AGM

November 17, 2018

2018/2019 Competitions

Why Learn Italian

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Read what students think about learning Italian

Watch real Irish people’s success stories

I love that it sounds like they’re singing when they talk. I like that my teacher speaks only Italian in class so we know in the classroom it’s as if we were in some Italian town“.

Erin, 1st year secondary school student

An Irish rugby player’s story of success in Italy through learning the language:

Ian McKinley

Watch his story on Vimeo here


“You can certainly fully enjoy a holiday when you can speak the language, that’s what separates a great holiday from an unforgettable one”

David, evening classes student

An Irish solicitor using her fluency in Italian as an added skill when dealing with clients and an extra asset to her firm:

Niamh Cacciato

Watch her story on Vimeo here

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Broader window for Classroom-Based Assessments.
While the existing dates in subject Assessment Guidelines are no longer mandatory, they may still serve as a guide to schools in selecting dates that complement the learning needs of students.
Full circular: https://t.co/EFnFaUkIay

Junior Cycle Key dates for classroom-based assessment 2018/2019: timeframe broadened. Schools can follow the original dates or avail of the flexibility the broader windows provide. More information here: https://t.co/vz2zrT9tVs. See also DES circular 0079/2018.

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