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Italian Excursion

Year 10 Italian – una giornata culturale! (A cultural day)

Student Reflections:

The Victorian Teachers of Italian hosted a cultural and activity-filled day for Year 10 Italian students across the state. We heard from first year Italian university students, learnt about Italy’s role in manufacturing and trade, and heard a live band with traditional and modern Italian songs.  We watched a short film called “Manuale d’amore” that was followed by a twenty question quiz. This allowed us to develop our comprehension skills as well as challenge our memory and listening skills.
Anna Griss

During one of our four activities, we completed a quiz and a Kahoot. During the quiz we had to watch a video and quickly write the answers down in our booklet. It helped us with our listening and writing skills and demanded on the spot answers!
Louisa Carbone

We learnt about how to improvise and immerse ourselves in the Italian language and have fun with acting. We also learnt about “grammalot” which was about using Italian sounds, actions and vowels to convey a message without using words.
Amanda Marasco

 

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Year 10 Italian – una giornata culturale! (A cultural day)

Student Reflections:

The Victorian Teachers of Italian hosted a cultural and activity-filled day for Year 10 Italian students across the state. We heard from first year Italian university students, learnt about Italy’s role in manufacturing and trade, and heard a live band with traditional and modern Italian songs.  We watched a short film called “Manuale d’amore” that was followed by a twenty question quiz. This allowed us to develop our comprehension skills as well as challenge our memory and listening skills.
Anna Griss

During one of our four activities, we completed a quiz and a Kahoot. During the quiz we had to watch a video and quickly write the answers down in our booklet. It helped us with our listening and writing skills and demanded on the spot answers!
Louisa Carbone

We learnt about how to improvise and immerse ourselves in the Italian language and have fun with acting. We also learnt about “grammalot” which was about using Italian sounds, actions and vowels to convey a message without using words.
Amanda Marasco