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Italian podcast: fairy tales for children

Walter Donegà comes from Alto Adige Südtirol in Italy, he is not a language teacher but what he offers in his blog can be very useful for Italian language teachers!

Thanks to his passion for technology and computer science he has recorded 7 fairy tales for children and has burnt them into a cd for his daughter: she loved them and that’s why Walter decided to share his beautiful work with us! You can access the mp3 files directly from his Weblog and/or subscribe to them via feed, for some of the stories transcripts are also available.

Walter’s podcast is cetainly technically very well made and I will use his fairy tales with immigrant children studying in primary school in Italy, it’s a wonderful resource and I’m sure that teachers of Italian all around the world could take advantage of it.

Thanks Walter   🙂

Categories: podcast, posts in English
  1. January 20, 2008 at 1:08 pm

    This sounds like a great resource, but there are others on the internet as well. Have you ever hear of storynory? It’s MP3 files with the tapescripts on the blog – also great for kids!

  2. lauraeffe
    January 20, 2008 at 4:29 pm

    Thank you for the link, it seems to be a wonderful site! There is a huge amount of tools and resources on the internet but…unfortunately not so much for people (especially kids) who need to learn Italian!

  3. January 22, 2008 at 2:10 pm

    Who knows, this may be your next challenge then :-).

  4. lauraeffe
    January 22, 2008 at 4:43 pm


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