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

 

Italian Internet Lesson Plan #1

 Buongiorno Ragazzi!!

Objectives: Using the internet, students will be able to identify various Italian cities and gather information about one Italian city. They will practice their language skills by answering a series of questions, based on directed internet research.

 

Lo Scopo: Dov'e la citta?

Fare Adesso: (in classe)

  1. Dov'e Roma?
  2. Che tempo fa a Roma?
  3. Quali sono i posti famosi a Roma?
  4. Chi abita a Roma?
  5. Che cosa t'interessa di Roma? (What interests you about Rome?)

 

Step 1: Go to the following list of Italian cities. How many names do you recognize?(write down the number) How many cities are there? (#?) (when you are done identifying and counting, click BACK button to return to this page)

List of Italian cities

 

Step2: Choose one city you would like to learn more about. Let's go to citynet and research our city. Find answers to the questions on your hand out.

Step 3: Let's go to citynet.

 

 Check out these famous cities

Step 4: When you are done with your research, be ready to present information to class. Gather any additional information you find interesting

BUON VIAGGIO!!! 

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