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1 Italian 101: First Semester Italian University of San Diego Spring Semester 2014 Italian Program Department of Languages and Literatures Venezia Professor: Beatrice Hepp Silvia Metzger M/W/F: Section 01 10:10-11:05 MRH 133 Section 02 11:15-12:10 CH 115 Final Exam: Monday, May 19 11:00-1:00 Friday, May 16 11:00-1:00 Office and hours: FH 120 MW F 12:15-1:00 or by appointment FH 120 M 1:15-2:15; F 10:15-11:15 or by appointment The Basic Italian Language Program at USD Third semester proficiency in a second language is considered an indispensable competency at USD, and as a requirement within the Core Curriculum this competency is aimed at increasing the student's ability to participate more fully in diverse U.S. and global societies. The first three courses of Italian in our program (101, 102, and 201) can be seen as one course divided into three semesters because they share some common goals and characteristics, and over the three semesters most of the basic structures of the Italian language are studied. By the end of Italian 201, students should be able to listen, speak, read, and write in the target language with the sufficient basic skill, vocabulary, accuracy, and cultural awareness to communicate their needs in everyday situations in a culturally appropriate way; likewise, they should demonstrate the ability to acquire additional linguistic competence on their own. Another primary objective of the language program is that students develop insight into their own language(s) and culture(s) by looking beyond their customary borders and by examining their own relationship to other cultures so as to be able to participate more fully in the global community.

2 While each professor does have an individual style and approach to language teaching, all of the sections in Italian 101, 102, and 201 share some common features, first and foremost being the focus on the development of students' proficiency in Italian. The concept of proficiency can be understood with the analogy of learning how to drive a car. Initially, the student must study the driving manual and then take a written exam. From there, he or she must actually get into the car and learn how to drive; this is the proficiency part, which means being able to actually drive the vehicle. In the Italian language course, the student is responsible for studying the grammar and completing all assignments before coming to class. Class time is then spent on practicing the structures already studied outside of class in order to improve students' proficiency, their actual ability to use Italian and carry out tasks in that language. All of the language skills are developed equally, but class time is dedicated primarily to the oral skills. The class is conducted entirely in Italian, and while there may be some brief clarifications, there are no lengthy grammar explanations. Each class is relatively fast paced and contains multiple activities, including questions and answers, pair/group work, presentations, and role playing, among others. All students are accountable for consistently coming to class prepared and willing to actively participate in all activities. Achieving greater proficiency in Italian can translate into a practical job skill for almost any profession, but, most importantly, learning another language is a personally enriching experience and a vital part of cultural understanding within a Liberal Arts education. Learning Outcomes for Italian 101 One aspect of language learning in which adults differ from children is the former s ability to consciously monitor their own progress. To assist you in this self-monitoring process, we have included LEARNING OUTCOMES for the FOUR SKILLS (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) as well as LINGUISTIC and CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE to be achieved by semester-end. Class will be conducted in Italian. Speaking: This ability is measured in the following components of the course: daily participation, homework, and oral presentations. Ask and respond to questions on common features of daily life (academic life, family, weather, time, meals, likes and dislikes, etc.), satisfy a number of personal needs, and communicate by combining together basic vocabulary and expressions. Listening: This ability is assessed in the following components of the course: participation, homework, and exams (including the final). Discriminate among distinctive sounds in Italian, identify familiar words and categories of words in simple texts. Determine the general nature or tone of a text and identify main ideas. Reading: This ability is assessed in the following components of the course: participation, homework, pop quizzes and exams (including the final). Recognize familiar vocabulary, rehearsed phrases, and cognates in simple authentic texts. Determine the general nature or tone of a text and identify main ideas. Writing: This ability is assessed in the following components of the course: participation, homework, compositions, and exams (including the final). Fill out forms or documents and produce s, letters, and descriptive papers in paragraph form, using the structures and vocabulary learnt. 2

3 Linguistic Knowledge: This knowledge is assessed in all components of the course. Basic grammar structures (presente dei verbi, nomi e aggettivi, articoli, etc.), and vocabulary for each of the thematic units. Cultural knowledge: This knowledge is assessed in all components of the course. Knowledge acquired out of class through cultural activities and service learning will be assessed in oral presentations and/or written assignments. Recognize and identify basic cultural elements from the Italian speaking world, including geography, lifestyle aspects, customs, and festivals, among others. Begin to understand that the culture is unique and not a translation of their own culture. Student responsibilities In order to achieve the learning goals for Italian 101, and reach the level of proficiency that is necessary to move on to Italian 102, you must study and interact with the language every day. You will be expected to work and turn in materials every day of the week even if your class only meets three times per week. Students are responsible for studying grammar and completing all assignments before coming to class (preferably, the night before they are due). On Tuesdays and Thursdays, they are expected to work on their own using the on-line learning system My Italian Lab. Daily assignments are clearly marked/posted on My Italian Lab and are due every day by the beginning of class time. Class time is spent on practicing the structures already studied outside of class in order to improve students' proficiency, their actual ability to use Italian and carry out tasks in that language. The class is conducted entirely in Italian, and while there may be some brief clarifications, there are no lengthy grammar explanations. You will find detailed grammar explanations in your textbook and on its on-line component My Italian Lab, which contains grammar tutorials, flashcards, practice Tests and other helpful resources. Each class is relatively fast paced and contains multiple activities, including questions and answers, pair/group work, presentations, and role playing, among others. All students are accountable for consistently coming to class prepared and willing to actively participate in all activities. Grade breakdown Grading Scale Preparation and Participation 13% Cultural activities 2% A C Homework 10% A C Oral proficiency 10% B D Reading (compiti + quiz di verifica) 5% B D Writing 10% B D Quizzes 10% C F 0-62 Exams 20% Final exam 20% Total 100% Course materials Italiano, Marchegiani, Percorsi, 2nd Edition, USD Customized Package including: 1. MyItalianLab w/etext Access Code (24month access) 2. Italiano, Marchegiani, Percorsi a la Cart unbound Text 2nd edition 3. Oxford University New Italian Dictionary 3

4 Optional: Adorni, S. and Primorac, K, English Grammar for Students of Italian. (Available on Amazon and other on-line sellers). MIL (My Italian Lab) contains: The on-line version of the SAM (Student Activities Manual): most of your daily homework. All the media files from the textbook. Additional Practice (grammar tutorials, practice tests and exercises, flashcards, verb charts, glossaries, etc.) is also available on MIL and is accessible either from the main page (top right) or under Course Content and in the chapter menu. While some of the activities in this area may be assigned, it is up to you to decide whether you need the extra practice and the additional tutorials to study and review. Where to purchase textbooks: Textbook materials can be purchased either at the USD bookstore or on-line at the following website: NB.: On the website you will find different purchase options: New students should select the link at the end of the page that says: Students who DO NOT have the textbook: Purchase package including textbook, MyItalianLab, and dictionary HERE. Returning students who have the textbook but need to buy access to My Italian Lab can select one of the two options for buying My Italian Lab access only (6 or 24 months) How to register on My Italian Lab: If this is your first Italian class at USD: Make sure you purchase the Textbook materials and register to use My Italian Lab ASAP, because you will have on-line assignments from the first day. At this website you will find all the instructions on how to register on MIL: register you need the code that you will find in your textbook package, the school zip code: 92110; and your instructor course ID: Section 1 (10:10): CRSKLEN Section 2 (11:15): CRSKLEG If you are already registered on My Italian Lab: Follow the instructions for returning users that are available on this website: Enroll in the courses using the Course ID: Section 1 (10:10): CRSKLEN Section 2 (11:15): CRSKLEG Course components Attendance. It is very important that you attend every class meeting. Missing more than three classes will significantly impact your performance and lower your final grade in this course. For each individual absence after the third one, your final overall grade will be lowered one step on the grading scale (i.e. from B to B-, etc.). If you are sick, you need to provide a doctor s note that clearly states the absence date in order to have your absence excused. In the event that you are absent, it is your responsibility to find out what material you have missed and any homework assignments. Late arrival or early departure from class will also result in an absence without a valid written excuse. 4

5 Participation and Attitude. Participation is essential to language acquisition. In order for you to participate actively in class, you should study the appropriate material ahead of time. Participating in extracurricular activities such as Tavola italiana and tutoring will improve performance in this and in other aspects of the class. Take advantage of these opportunities as much as possible. Here is how participation is calculated: A (range): Student was always well prepared for class (had studied the materials before coming to class), he/she was familiar with all new vocabulary and verbs, was always able to answer questions and participate in discussion, participated in class activities actively, used mostly Italian in class. B (range): Student was generally well prepared for class (had studied the materials before coming to class), he/she was generally familiar with new vocabulary and verbs, was mostly able to answer questions and participate in discussion, participated in class activities actively, used a limited amount of English in class C (range): Student was not always well prepared for class (had not always studied before coming to class), he/she was sometimes unfamiliar with new vocabulary and verbs, and was not always able to answer questions and participate in discussion, did not always participate actively in class, often switched of English in class. D (range): Student was frequently unprepared for class (often had not studied before coming to class), he/she was often unfamiliar with new vocabulary and verbs, was often unable to answer questions and participate in discussion, did not participate actively in class activities, spoke English frequently in class. F: Student was mostly unprepared for class (usually had not studied before coming to class), he/she was unfamiliar with new vocabulary and verbs, was usually unable to answer questions and participate in discussion, did not participate actively or with the right attitude in class activities, generally spoke English in class. Homework. Assignments must always be completed by the beginning of class time (both on class days, MWF, and on off days, TTH), as it is indicated on the schedule and on My Italian Lab. Late homework will not accepted unless you have a valid written excuse such as a doctor s note. NB: Homework will help you prepare for class as well as for exams and quizzes. As a result, missing homework can significantly impact your performance in all aspects of the class. Reading: Throughout the semester we will cover several readings from Percorsi (Leggiamo, Lo sai che?, Attraverso le regioni, In contesto etc.) and from the files provided on Blackboard and/or on My Italian Lab (Lettura). Reading assignments are clearly marked on the syllabus and will be collected and graded. In addition, each time a reading is due, your instructor may also administer a short in-class pop quiz to verify reading comprehension. The reading grade will be based on the results from both the reading assignments and the pop quizzes. However, you will be tested on reading comprehension also on your exams, including the final. Oral Proficiency. The oral proficiency grade will be based on the quality of daily participation in oral discussion/activities and on two oral presentations. Presentation topics will be related to course content and cultural activities. Writing: There will be several short and longer writing assignments. Temi are the longer writing assignments and they will be turned in two drafts, both of which will be graded. Quizzes. You will be given 3 vocabulary/grammar quizzes at the end of chapter 1, 3, 5. The dates are already marked on the schedule and NO make-up quizzes are allowed. Exams. You will be given 3 longer exams at the end of chapters 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 (Excluding Percorso 3 from Chapter 6). The dates are clearly marked on the schedule and NO make-up exams are allowed. Exams will take place at the end of two book chapters, and will include evaluation of all skills except speaking. Final Exam. The final exam is cumulative and will evaluate all skills, including cultural knowledge. Do not book your flight home before the day of your final. It will be given only as scheduled. 5

6 Cultural Activities. Inspired by a campus wide Integrated Learning Initiative, these activities encourage students to gain learning experience beyond the classroom. Throughout the semester you will attend at least 2 cultural activities on campus and/or in the community, preferably one before and one after week 7. For each additional activity after the 2nd one, 1 point will be added to the participation grade (ex: 89-->90). One activity will be a conversation table ("Tavola italiana"), and one can be chosen among the following: on or off campus lectures on Italian topics or other cultural events, Italian films, operas or music concerts, visits to Italian museum/art collections, participation in events organized by the Italian Cultural Center in Little Italy, the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles or the San Diego Italian Film Festival, repeated participation in "Tavola italiana". A list of cultural activities will be made available at the beginning of the semester. Every time you participate in an event other than the Tavola italiana, you will turn in a short reflection paper. All the Tavole italiane are in SLP, in front of Tu Mercado. Tutoring Center: The Department of Languages and Literatures offers a free tutoring service. Tutors are faculty-recommended native speakers of the language or students enrolled in advanced courses. They receive training in order to provide you with the best help possible, so we encourage you to use the program if you feel that you need help outside of class. Please visit our website for complete information: If you participate in at least 8 tutoring sessions your overall homework grade will be increased of 1 step on the grading scale (from B to B+, etc.). When you meet with your tutor he/she must write you a note for your instructor. Integrity of Scholarship: You are expected to follow the university policy on academic integrity. Please note that getting substantial help from a native speaker, using online translators, cutting and pasting paragraphs from different websites and handing in papers downloaded from the internet are all forms plagiarism. For more information, consult the section on Academic Regulations in the USD Undergraduate Catalog: **PLEASE REMEMBER** * Students must study new materials BEFORE coming to class. Class is conducted in Italian. * There are NO make-up exams, quizzes, writing or reading assignments. * Late work is not accepted. Please be aware of due dates and plan accordingly. * Please do not disrupt class. If you have a cell phone, an i-pod, i-pad, or a computer, please switch it off upon entering the classroom. Because you must always be ready to talk as clearly as possible, there can be no gum chewing in class. * AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. STUDENTS SHOULD CHECK THEIR AND THE CLASS BLACKBOARD TEMPLATE EVERY DAY FOR IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS. Programma Schedule primavera 2014 NB: All work (Studiare and Compiti) is assigned on the date in which it is due. This means that you will study the new materials and complete all the assigned homework on your own the night before they are due (or, at the latest, before coming to class). In class you will be asked to apply the new structures in communicative activities. Indicates what you must study from Percorsi textbook or from the files posted on MIL before coming to class. Study all materials on those pages including Occhio alla lingua!, Così si dice, Lo sai che?, etc. 6

7 Indicates both the homework related to the assigned pages from Percorsi and other types of assignments (readings, compositions, etc.). Homework comes (My Italian lab), from Percorsi textbook or from Blackboard. Access our Blackboard template at: * Homework from Percorsi textbook: may be collected, so do it on a separate piece of paper. * Lettura/Scrittura: indicates that a reading/writing assignment must be turned in for correction. Reading and writing assignments will be posted either on MIL or on Blackboard and must be typed and double-spaced. Reading assignments from Percorsi must also be typed when indicated on the schedule. * Ascolto: Vocabulary and In Contesto dialogues from Percorsi textbook (as well as assignments marked with the headphones logo) usually have an audio recording on MIL. To listen to the files go to MIL, click on the - ebook- (top right) and go to the correct page. Listening to audio recordings is part of your preparation for class. Listen to the recordings for the In-Text audio as you read or study those pages to practice pronunciation of new vocabulary. Settimana 1 - gennaio 27/1 28 /1 29/1 30/1 A lezione: - Introduzione al corso e presentazioni in italiano (Capitolo 1, Percorso I) - Introduzione a MyItalianLab Percorsi, pp Studiare : (before coming to class) Capitolo I Percorso I, pp Vocabolario, pp and relative recording In Text Audio. - In Contesto p. 13 and relative recording, In Text Audio. Percorsi, pp Compiti (due by the beginning of our regular class time): -Blackboard: print and red the syllabus. -Buy the textbook and Register for My Italian Lab on Then, join our Course template using the information that was ed to you by your instructor. If you are having problems, visit Customer support and tell your instructors as soon as possible. Compiti (due by the beginning of our regular class time): MIL: Assigned activities and Ascolto: Listen to Vocabulary, In Contesto Dialogues, as well as assignments from Percorsi textbook marked with the headphone logo. To listen to the files, go to MIL, click on the -ebook- (top right) and go to the correct page. Compiti (due by the beginning of our regular class time): -MIL : in text audio for the assigned topics from Percorsi and other assigned activities. Compiti (due by the beginning of our regular class time): 7

8 31/1 Having problem with MIL? If so you should meet with the Pearson representative who will be on campus today, Jan. 30, in Maher 114 Section 1 1: Section 2 12:15-1:15 Studiare (before coming to class) Capitolo I Percorso I, pp I pronomi soggetto, p. 15 -il presente di stare, p Lo sai che? (3), p. 12, p. 14 e p Così si dice, p. 13 Compiti (due by the beginning of our regular class time): -p. 15 #1.9, p. 17 #1.12 Settimana 2 - febbraio 3/2 Capitolo 1 Percorso II, pp : - Le date, i giorni e i mesi, p. 19 (make sure you study also the vocabulary in the pictures, Days of the week. You can consult the chapter glossary on p ) -In contesto, p. 20 and relative recording -Lo sai che? p. 20 -I numeri da 0 a 100, and relative recording, p. 21 You must have the permission of the Director of Placement to take this class. If you have not already taken the Placement Exam or filed for a Waiver, you must do so by noon today (February 4). You will be dropped from this class unless you have been authorized to take Italian /2 5/2 - p. 20 # Capitolo 1 - Percorso III, pp : - Vocabolario, pp * - Così si dice, p In contesto, p. 26 and relative recording Il presente di essere, pp * To help you learn the new vocabulary, look also the list of Interrogative words in Percorsi on p. 215: Dove, quale, quanto, etc - p. 25 #1.32. Prepare your identification card on a separate piece of paper and turn in for correction. -p.27 #1.35, p.28 #1.37 8

9 6/2 Percorsi, pp /2 Settimana 3 10/2 11/2 12/2 13/2 14/2 Capitolo 1 Percorso III, pp Attraverso il Piemonte, pp Short review for the Quiz: Capitolo Preliminare e Capitolo 1 QUIZ 1 (Cap. Preliminare-Cap. 1) Capitolo 2, Percorso I, pp : - Vocabolario p. 41 (Study also the vocabulary from the picture. You can consult the chapter glossary on p. 70.) - In contesto p. 42 and relative recording - Il genere dei nomi, pp Percorsi, pp Capitolo 2 - Percorso I, pp : - L articolo indeterminativo, p Così si dice, p Il presente di avere, p. 45 *Last day to enroll in classes and to drop a class without a W. Percorsi, p Capitolo 2 Percorso II, pp : - Vocabolario p. 48 (Study also vocabulary in the picture. You can consult the chapter glossary on pp ) - Così si dice, Describe places and buildings, p In contesto p. 51 and relative recording - Lo sai che? The Italian University, p Lo sai che? Bologna, la dotta, p. 55 -p. 37 # , turn in for correction -p.42 #2.4 -p. 45 #2.7, p. 46 # p. 51, #2.19 9

10 Settimana 4 17/2 18/2 19/2 20/2 21/2 Settimana 5 24/2 25/2 26/2 Capitolo 2 Percorso II, pp : - Il plurale dei nomi, p L articolo determinativo, pp Ripetere Vocabolario p Percorsi, pp Capitolo 2 Percorso III, pp : - Vocabolario, pp In contesto, pp. 58 and relative recording - Il presente dei verbi in are pp Percorsi, pp. 60, Capitolo 2 Percorso III, pp. 60, Il verbo fare, p Attraverso l Emilia Romagna, pp Ripasso per l Esame 1 (Cap. preliminare, Cap. 1 & Cap. 2) ESAME 1 (Cap. preliminare, Cap. 1 & Cap. 2) Percorsi, pp Capitolo 3 - Percorso I, pp : - Vocabolario pp (The chapter glossary is on pp ) - In contesto, p. 75 and relative recording p. 52 #2.20, p. 54 #2.25 -p. 58 #2.34, p. 60 # In text audio for assigned topics for Percorsi - Scriviamo (short writing acitivity): La mia università. Type double space and turn in for correction. Directions on Blackboard. Type, double space, print and turn in for correction. -p. 60 #2.39, p. 69 # , turn in for correction - p. 75 #3.4, p. 79 #3.9 -Lettura: una lettera. Print the file from Blackboard. Read the passage and do all the exercises relative to the reading, #1-3., turn in for correction. The writing exercise (4) is 10

11 - L aggettivo, pp due next Monday. -MIL: Assigned activities and text audio for the assigned topics from Percorsi 27/2 Tavola 1:15-2:15 28/2 Ripassare (review) e studiare le pagine per domani, Percorsi, pp Ripetere Percorso 1, pp Così si dice #2 (the adv. molto ), p Lo sai che? Italian Fashion, p. 86 Settimana 6 - marzo 3/3 4/3 5/3 6/3 7/3 Capitolo 3, Percorso I, pp Vocabolario p. 81 (The chapter glossary is on pp ) - In contesto, p. 83 and relative recording - La quantità: dei, degli, delle p. 83 Percorsi, pp Capitolo 3, Percorso II, pp : - Bello e quello, p Lo sai che? Important centers of Italian fashion, p. 87 Ripassare e studiare le pagine per domani, Percorsi, pp Capitolo 3, Percorso III, pp : - Vocabolario, pp In contesto p. 89 and relative recording -p. 83 #3.21, p. 84 #3.22 -Scriviamo (TEMA/ longer writing activity): Una lettera. Do the last exercise. Write a letter following the model and the directions given in the last exercise. Type, double space, print and turn in for correction -In text audio for assigned topics from Percorsi -p. 85 #3.25 -p. 90 #3.40, p. 91 #3.44 -In text audio for assigned topics from 11

12 - Il presente dei verbi in ere e in ire, pp Percorsi LUNEDÌ 10 MARZO VENERDÌ 14 MARZO VACANZE DI PRIMAVERA / SPRING BREAK Settimana 7 17/3 18/3 19/3 20/3 Tavola 1:15-2:15 21/3 Settimana 8 - Ripetere per il Quiz 2 Capitolo 3: - Leggiamo pp Attraverso la Lombardia, pp QUIZ 2 (cap. 3) Percorsi, pp Capitolo 4 Percorso I, pp Vocabolario, pp In Contesto p I verbi riflessivi, p Ripassare e studiare le pagine per domani, Percorsi, pp Capitolo 4 - Percorso I, pp Cosi si dice: Telling time, 104 Lo sai che? The 24 hour clock, p p. 99 # , turn in for correction Start working on Scriviamo assignments for Friday. Directions on Blackboard. -p. 107 #4.6, p. 108 # Scriviamo (short writing assignment): Un personaggio famoso. Directions on Blackboard. Type, double space, print and turn in for correction. 24/3 Capitolo 4 - Percorso II, pp Vocabolario, pp (Study also the vocabulary in the pictures. The chapter glossary is on pp ). - In contesto p and relative recording -p.113 # 4.21, p. 115 #4.24 -Scriviamo (short writing assignment): Un personaggio famoso. Directions on Blackboard. Type, double space, print and turn in for correction 12

13 25/3 26/3 27/3 28/3 - La quantità: del, dello, dell, della, pp * *Review also: dei, degli and delle on p. 83 Percorsi, pp Capitolo 4 Percorso II, pp Il presente di bere, p Lo sai che? Meals in Italy, p. 114 Presentazione orale # 1 Percorsi, pp Capitolo 4 - Percorso III, pp : Vocabolario, pp In contesto, p. 119 and relative recording - Il presente di andare, venire e uscire, pp MIL: Assigned activities and in text audio for assigned topics from Percorsi. -Prepararsi per la presentazione orale di 26/3 -p. 115 #4.25 -p. 119 #4.36, p. 121 # In text audio for assigned topics from Percorsi -Start working on Scriviamo assignments for March 31 st. Directions on Blackboard. Settimana 9 Marzo/Aprile 31/3 1/4 2/4 Capitolo 4 Percorso III, pp Ripetere il presente di andare, venire e uscire, pp Espressioni con avere, p Lo sai che? Celsius versus Fahreneit, p.122 ** Deadline to select grade or Pass/Fail option. Percorsi, pp Capitolo 4 Percorso III, pp Leggiamo: Voglio tornare alle 5,pp p. 120 # MIL - Scriviamo (longer writing assignment): Il mio profilo web. Directions on Blackboard.Type, double space and turn in for correction. p. 127 # , turn in for correction 13

14 3/ Attraverso le Marche pp Ripasso per l esame 2 (Cap. 3-4) Studiare per l esame 2. p. 131 # , turn in for correction. 4/4 ESAME 2 (Capitoli 3-4) Settimana 10 7/4 8/4 Capitolo 5 - Percorso I, pp Vocabolario pp (Study also the vocabulary in the picture. The chapter glossary is on p. 164) -Così si dice: La famiglia allargata, pp. 136 In Contesto p. 137 and relative recording - Aggettivi possessivi, p (1-6) Ripetere e studiare le pagine per domani, Percorsi, pp p. 137 # 5.6, turn in for correction -p. 140 #5.8, /4 10/4 Tavola 1:15-2:15 11/4 Capitolo 5 - Percorso I, pp : -Ripetere Vocabolario pp : -Ripetere gli aggettivi e i pronomi possessivi, pp , Il presente di conoscere e sapere, p.141 -Lo sai che, La famiglia italiana, p.143 Ripetere e studiare le pagine per domani: Percorsi, pp , Capitolo 5 Percorso II, pp Vocabolario p. 144 (Study also the vocabulary in the pictures. The chapter glossary is on p. 165) - Il presente di dare e dire, p. 146 p. 142 # 5.15 p. 143 # 5.21, p. 146 # 5.29; p. 148 # ; p. 149 # 5.38 Start working on Scriviamo assignment for Monday. La mia famiglia 14

15 - Lo sai che? Le feste in famiglia,p Lo sai che? I diciotto anni, p. 149 Settimana 11 14/4 15/4 16/4 Capitolo 5 Percorsi II e III, p , 153: - In Contesto p. 145 and relative recording - I pronomi diretti, p Il presente di dovere, potere e volere p. 153 Percorsi, pp Capitolo 5 Percorso III, pp Vocabolario pp (See also glossary on p.165)* - In contesto, p. 152 and relative recording -Ripetere il presente di dovere, potere e volere p. 153 *The following terms don t have to be memorized, but must be recognized in readings and oral practice: annaffiare le piante, fare giardinaggio, portare fuori la spazzatura, spazzare, spolverare, stirare. p. 145 #5.26; p. 146 # 5.29; p. 149 # 5.35 Scriviamo (shorter writing assignment): La mia famiglia. Length words, type, double space and turn in for correction. Scrivi una descrizione della tua famiglia. Segui il modello di In Contesto, p p. 153 #5.45 -In text audio for assigned topics from Percorsi aprile : Vacanze di Pasqua Settimana 12 22/4 23/4 Ripetere e studiare le pagine per domani, Percorsi, pp Capitolo 5, -Leggiamo, pp Attraverso la Toscana, pp Ripasso Capitolo 5 Assigned activities p. 158 # 5.60, turn in for correction p. 163 # 5.67, 5.68 turn in for correction 24/4 Ripassare il Cap. 5 Assigned activities 15

16 25/4 - Ripetere per il Quiz 3 (Capitolo 5) QUIZ 3 (Cap. 5) Settimana 13 - Aprile/Maggio 28/4 29/4 8 30/4 1/5 Tavola 1:15-2:15 2/5 Capitolo 6 Percorso I, pp : -Vocabolario pp (Study also the vocabulary in the pictures. See glossary on p. 196) -In contesto p. 169 and relative recording -Preposizioni semplici p Lo sai che, La città e le abitazioni degli italiani, p. 170 Percorsi, pp Capitolo 6 Percorsi I, pp Ripassare le preposizioni semplici, p Preposizioni articolate pp Studiare le pagine per domani, Percorsi, pp Capitolo 6 Percorso II, pp Vocabolario p In Contesto p. 176 and relative recording - Ci e NE, pp p. 169 #6.5, p. 170 #6.7 - In text audio for assigned topics : Assigned activities -p. 172, #6.9 -Lettura: Il tour della casa: do the exercises before coming to class and turn in for correction. Directions on Blackboard - p. 176 # In text audio for assigned topics from Percorsi -Lettura: Dimmi come abiti e ti dirò chi sei. Print, read and do the exercises, and turn in for correction. Directions on Blackboard. - Start working on Scriviamo assignment formonday. Directions on Blackboard 16

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