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Italian Cities | Italian Language Resources | Italian Lesson Plans | Educational Resources | December 12 | Chatting in Italian - 3/6/99 | email me

FT2 - Italian level one

Una lezione di cultura italiana - (an Italian cultural lesson)

Objectives: Students will be able to describe paintings, using some common verbs in the present tense. They will visit a famous museum in Italy and become familiar with some Italian art and Italian artists. They will also be able to recognize the portrayal of religion in Italian art.

Fare Adesso (do now): Rispondete alle domande:

  1. Qual'e la religione dell'Italia? ______________________________
  2. Come si chiama "Florence" in italiano?________________________
  3. Dove vai per vedere l'arte?_________________________________

Clikka qui per i risposti

Lo Scopo: Che cosa vedi nel dipinto? What do you see in the painting?

Part I.- Describe a painting in Italian

Firenze (Florence)

Italy is a country well known for its famous art. Much of Italian art is influenced by the Catholic religion of Italy. Let's look at a painting by Cimabue (a famous Italian artist) from La Galleria Degli Uffizi in Firenze.

 Clikka qui per vedere un dipinto di Cimabue (click here)

 Part II - Choose a painting to describe

  Step 1: Preview the floor plan of the gallery clikka qui

Step 2: We will visit room #2 (the same room as our Cimabue painting)

and choose a painting to describe.

Step 3: Use the same questions to describe the painting of your choice.

Step 4: Andiamo alla galleria degli uffizi

Click on gallery, then map and description

You will recognize the floor plan, click on room #2

(clikka qui)

SUMMARY:

Students share descriptions of paintings with the rest of the class orally.


 

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