Articoli e presentazioni / Papers and presentations

In this section you'll find papers written by scholars of free access and Power-Point presentations made at Conferences that might be useful for Italian Language Teachers and Scholars.

 

Author: Fabrizio Fornara Florida State University ff11@my.fsu.edu

Workshop on “Intercomprehension” and Multilingualism: Teaching Italian to Romance Languages speakers Italian Language Resouce Laboratory, John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College – CUNY Saturday, 14 September 2013 -------- Program    

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Author: Irene Zanini - Cordi Florida State University izaninicordi@fsu.edu

Workshop on “Intercomprehension” and Multilingualism: Teaching Italian to Romance Languages speakers Italian Language Resouce Laboratory, John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College – CUNY Saturday, 14 September 2013 --------- Program

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Author: Elisabetta Bonvino and Diego Cortés Velasquez Università di Roma 3 elisabetta.bonvino@uniroma3.it; cortes.velasquez.diego@gmail.com

Workshop on “Intercomprehension” and Multilingualism: Teaching Italian to Romance Languages speakers Italian Language Resouce Laboratory, John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College – CUNY Saturday, 14 September 2013 Program --------------

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Author: Clorinda Donato California State University Long Beach clorinda.donato@csulb.edu

Workshop on “Intercomprehension” and Multilingualism: Teaching Italian to Romance Languages speakers Italian Language Resouce Laboratory, John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College – CUNY Saturday, 14 September 2013 Program -----------

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Author: Carmen Merolla Boston College merollac@bc.edu

Foreign language teachers all face the same challenges. One of the largest challenges is trying to import the culture of their language into the classroom. In recent years, technology has been an important ally in this effort by providing easy access to realia. However, teachers need to choose their materials with care because sometimes they can appear “fake” or “prepackaged,” which can make students disengage.

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