CALLING ALL TEACHERS OF ITALIAN
Don’t miss out on these upcoming virtual webinars, the last one is August 11th. It’s an opportunity to improve your AP curriculum, develop new lessons & obtain resources from the tenured Presenters. Register Today! You must be an ILF Teacher Member to register for these webinars.
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Maria Gloria Borsa,
Houston ISD, Texas
August 11, 7-9pmET
AP meets Contemporary Italian Culture
In this two-hour online webinar, participants will learn how to organize activities to create a constantly updated bank of authentic materials to use in their AP Italian classes.
Participants will also create a variety of activities and projects for their students to elaborate on the authentic materials and learn more about contemporary Italian culture.
Montclair State University
August 4, 7-9pmET
AP Meets MADE IN ITALY II: Culture, Innovation, and Business
Continue developing relevant and rigorous didactic units for your AP course looking at Italian for professional purposes. Italy is a world economic leader as a G7 country. Moreover, Italy and the U.S. have always been close trade and political partners, and there is a strong presence of Italian business in the U.S. This webinar will 1) align business Italian with the themes of the AP curriculum; 2) share samples of didactic units on developing intercultural communication in Italian-American business settings, using major global and local industries and companies as models; 3) provide assessments and rubric models; and 4) brainstorm strategies and techniques to create innovative lesson plans.
University of Arkansas
July 28, 7-9pmET
AP Meets MADE IN ITALY: Teaching the Four ‘As’ according to AP
Thinking about a new didactic unit for your AP course? How about focusing on one of the Four “As” of MADE IN ITALY: abbigliamento, agroalimentare, automotive, arredamento.
This two-hour online workshop will 1) explain how you can adopt MADE IN ITALY for the AP Italian curriculum, 2) demonstrate sample didactic units revolving around the Four “As” and how they align with AP standards, 3) provide methods for assessment and 4) offer a brief brainstorming for unique didactic units.
After registering, you will be sent an email with the Zoom information you need to access the workshop.
ILF OFFERS THIS WEBINAR AS A GIFT TO ITS TEACHER MEMBERS.