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

Foreign Language/ Italian Web sites

 

1) www.venetia.it/index.html

This beautifully designed site provides comprehensive information about Venice. It includes a cultural and an historical

back ground of Venice in both Italian and in English. The graphics are wonderful. It is useful for

an historical lesson as well as a cultural one.

 

2) www.rcs.it

This is an Italian newspaper site. It connects you to all of the different Italian newspapers of Italy. It is wonderful to use as a daily resource for staying in touch. It is also a great tool for students doing current events.

 

3) www.buon_giorno.com

This is a fun site for people who like to buy food. It is actually an online

Italian food store. I recommend it for those who do shopping on line. As a teaching tool, it

is great with the lesson Quante costa? (How much does it cost?)

 

4)www.initaly.com/index.htm

This site is an overall resource for Italy. It is great for travelers but it also connects you

with a number of cultural sites. I recommend this to anyone who has any interest in Italy.

 

5) WWW.worldwide.edu

As a language teacher, a web site that offers a listing of all colleges in the world is very useful not only as a personal resource but as a contact for students and other teachers. If one is trying to link with a school in another country, a university is a great place to start.

 

6) www.ilsole24ore.it/premiowww/vota.htm

This is a great site to use with students. It is actually an Italian contest

to vote for the best Italian web site. After students have utilized different

web sites, this would be a great place to go. They could participate in the contest

and follow up with the results. It is hosted by 24 ore and Italian news site

 

7)http://cortland.edu/www_root/flteach/flteach.html

This is a great site for all foreign language teachers. In addition to great graphics, it offers

numerous resources for Foreign language teachers. It is primarily a site that offers a

connection to a forum for foreign language teachers

 

8)www.stolaf.edu/networkk/iecc

This is a great site used directly for helping teachers to connect with one

another for e-mail class projects

 

9)http://putwest.boces.org/StuSu/Flang.html

this site offers a tremendous amount of information for the teacher of ESL

and other foreign languages. It explains standards and has links to various articles

on the subject

 

10) http://umich.edu/~newitclu/italian.html

Ciao is a great italian cultural site which offers links to numerous cultural

sites perfect for student viewing. For example there is a link to la cucina, sports, art and culture

and more. The links cover a wide range of topics. It is a great starting point for an Italian teacher.

 

11)http://mclink.it/stampa1.htm

This is an overview of all italian newspapers that exist as well as magazines on a variety of topics

It is offered in Italian with links to English. Perfect for a current events assignment.

 

12)http://silab.it/frox/200/pwhomita.htm

This site is called: Duecento: la poesia italiana dalle orgini a Dante

It is a collection of italian literature including the work of Dante. It is not

the most useful link for students at this point, however it is a good resource. I

expect to find a more user friendly site with the Work of Dante for my students

 

13) http://univ.trieste.it/~nirital/texel/grammit/homegrit.htm

This is any amazing site which conjugates italian verbs into whatever tense

you choose. It is extremely helpful for a student of italian at any level. It is kind of like a grammar

book online.

 

14) http://rai.it

This is an excellent resource for students of Italian. Rai has been a media

resource for many years (TV). It is like The CBS or NBC of Italy. There are audio

broadcasts and numerous articles and information links.

 

15) http://radioradio.it/

This is a fun site for creating real life lesson plans. It is called radio, radio and is a schedule of events, currently

going on in Italy. For example students could plan a visit to a museum or the movies in Rome, using this site. Even though

they wouldn't actually go to the movies, their choice of movie would really exist.

 

16) http://nyu.edu/acf/multilingual/italian.html

This site offers numerous links to Italian Language Resources

 

17)http://itg.lbl.gov/vfrog/overview.html

This is a sit which offers a virtual frog dissection in a variety of languages

I'm not sure who would use it - A portugese biology teacher? Maybe it could aid

a variety of ESL students in science class

 

18)http://ecs.net/scrivere/DANTE/GUIDA.HTM

THis is another page devoted to Dante, an absolute necessity for any teacher or

student of Italian

 

19)http://italia.hum.utah.edu/nanda/scrivere/GUIDA/home.htm This site offers wonderful little writing excercises in Italian. They cover many different topics of interest. It is a wonderful

in class tool and example for how to teach some simple writing samples in Italian.

 

20)www.city.net/countries

This sites is a great teaching tool for language classes, history and geography classes. It can

be useful for finding maps, locations and points of interest all around the world.

 

21)http://humanities.byu.edu/linguistics/henrichsen/577Syllabus/LessonPlans.html

This is a great lesson plan resource. It has a variety of subjects and sample lesson plans. Some are internetized, others

are not. It was useful in seeing how to put a lesson plan on the web.

 

22)http://ww.travlang.com/languages/

This is a fun site for any foreign language when teaching about travel and terminology. It also includes many useful links

 

23) http://wonderful-italy.it/

This is primarily a site for travelers but it offers so many appropriate links for students and teachers of Italian. You can get lost in cities and

italian homepages organized by a variety of interests.

 

24)http://cyberitalian.com

This is a fun interactive italian education site. It can be used as a supplement to classroom teaching

 

25)http://ragu.com/

This is a fun site called Mama's cucina. There is a newsletter, a cookbook, a chat room and some lessons in Italian. It is silly but there are

sonme fun translations and quotes that might be of interest to students

 

26)http://educ.iastate.edu/currinst/nflrc/nfrc.html

National k-12 Foreign language Resource Center links with many different university

sites that have WWW foreign language pages

 

27) http://bucknell.edu/~rbeard/grammars.html

This is a fun websit because it offers grammar resources for a variety of languages

In fact it includes all languages found on the web. Strangely enough it does

not include italian grammar resources.

 

 

28) http://georgetown.edu/cball/animals/italian.html

This is such a cute and useful website. It offers the sounds of animals in all

different languages. Each animal is linked to a picture. It is a neat teaching tool but also just plain fun.

 

29) http://sla.purdue.edu/fl/JapanProj/FLClipart/

This is my favorite site. It offers pictures for foreign language teachers which describe actions

as well as objects. This is going to be a great time saver!!!

 

30) http://eurotv.com/aital.htm

This site offers TV in Italian. It is a great way to review dates, days and times as well

as checking out what's on Italian TV

 

31) http://lascala.milano.it/

This is the site of Teatro alla Scala in Milano. You can take a virtual visit and it

is a great way to keep up with the theatre.

 

32) http://arca.net/tourism/florence/links.htm

THis is an all encompassing overview of any and every aspect of the city of florence

Even if you know nothing about florence, it is worth a visit.

 

33) http://uffizi.firinze.it/welcomeE.html

For a virtual visit to the Uffizi , this is the place to go

 

34) http://babelfish.altavista.digital.com/

This is a great site that offers a quick translation of a variety of languages. It is one of the fastest that I have used

 

35) www.initaly.com/index.html

This site takes you to Italy. It links to a great number of resources - education and fun

36) www.didasca.it This site is in Italian and offers a variety of links. It may be use for more advanced students of Italian

 

37) http://travlang.com/languages/cgi-bin/langchoice.cgi?page=main&lang1=english&lang2=italian

This is for those who are traveling to Italy. It is a fun site for someone who needs quick references

38) http://interferenza.com/musica/index.html

This is a music guide for Italian music

39) http://erewhon.ticonuno.it/

This is a bizzare Italian web site that covers a range of topics including sports, different magazines and on line products. The sports and magazines could be useful tools in the classroom


 

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