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Registrazioni di Webinar per i docenti di italiano

Date 09.17.2020

Sul sito di ATTI potete trovare le registrazioni webinar delle seguenti presentazioni:

  1. Teaching and Learning: Distance Language Courses – Daniele De Feo
  2. Basics of Google Classroom and Schoology – Francesca Tinnirello Suraci
  3. Teaching with Interactive Videos Using Edpuzzle – Raffaella Spilotro
  4. FLIPGRID in the World Language Classroom – Melissa Wells
  5. Making a Quiz With Google Forms – Patti Grunther and Tyana Truong

https://sites.google.com/view/aati-teachers-resources/recent-webinars

Sul sito di FI potete trovare la registrazione del workshop, “Creazione di attività di lettura e comprensione audio dal livello Italiano 1 all’ AP®

https://www.italianfoundation.org/teacherstraining/creazione-di-attivita-di-lettura-e-comprensione-audio-dal-livello-italiano-1-all-ap/

Nuove risorse digitali da Edizione Edilingua

Date 09.03.2020

Edilingua vi offre una selezione sempre più vasta di risorse e soluzioni digitali.

Libri interattivi su i-d-e-e.it: Nuovissimo Progetto italiano 1, Via del Corso A1, A2 e B1.
Libri dello studente interattivi per coinvolgere e motivare gli studenti anche a distanza.
(La versione per insegnanti, con strumenti in più, viene attivata automaticamente nell’account dell’insegnante quando almeno quattro dei suoi studenti attivano il corrispettivo Libro interattivo nei loro account.)

E-book su blinklearning.com: i nostri corsi in formato sfogliabile, completi di Quaderni, audio e video.
Facili da usare, economici, fruibili anche offline.
Con 30% di sconto fino al 30 settembre!

E-book su i-d-e-e.it
Tanti libri (corsi, letture, grammatiche e altro) in formato digitale con audio.
Facili da usare e più economici, all’interno di un moderno ambiente di apprendimento.
(L’e-book viene attivato automaticamente nell’account dell’insegnante quando almeno quattro/due dei suoi studenti attivano il corrispettivo e-book nei loro account.)

Quaderni interattivi su i-d-e-e.it
Gran parte dei nostri corsi offre gli esercizi interattivi con correzione automatica, accompagnati da innovativi strumenti per insegnanti e studenti.

Catalogo di Risorse Digitali

Use Flippity in the Italian Classroom

Date 09.02.2020

Easily turn a Google™ Spreadsheet into a Set of Online Flashcards and Other Cool Stuff! www.flippity.net

Perfetto! – Tabelle Grammaticale Livello A1-A2

Date 08.05.2020

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AP® Italian Language and Culture 2020-2021 Free Online Course on edX Platform

Date 07.31.2020

We are happy to announce that a College Board approved online AP® Italian Language and Culture (2020-2021) course will open on August 18th, on the edX platform! You and your students can register now for free. All contents will be available on August 18. This course is designed for teachers and students with a variety of needs.

High school teachers, College or University instructors, and their students:
This online course may also be used by colleges and universities for any Italian course at the intermediate or high-intermediate levels.

In alternative, if you would like to have a private copy of the course (accessible only to your students) to personalize and customize for your class, we offer a license program. This license will allow you to bypass any textbooks and offer a free Italian program to your students (either through a face-to-face, “blended” or fully online class). Technical assistance is available. Write to Daniela Bartalesi-Graf (dbartale@wellesley.edu) to find out more.

Students in high schools where AP Italian is not taught:
To be part of an online live class and be best prepared for the AP® Italian exam, students may register for one of our Online Live Instruction Classes, conveniently offered in the evenings and/or Saturdays. These classes are taught in conjunction with our free AP® Italian Language and Culture (2020-2021) course on the edX platform.

1. Upon completion, students will receive a certificate from Wellesley College with a letter grade that they may present to their high school for registration on their transcript.

2. Students who just want to study on their own for the AP® Italian exam may register for free on edX to access course materials and work independently without our Online Live Instruction Classes.

NEW for the 2020-2021 edition of AP® Italian Language and Culture (2020-2021)

– A whole unit on COVID-19 in Italy:

– La mafia, Giovanni Falcone e COVID-19 : how Palermo remembered Giovanni Falcone during the lockdown (video interview)

– “L’infermiere Tommy dell’Ospedale di Varese” (article)

– “Chi può metta chi non può prenda” (article)

Other new contents:

– Amara Lakhous, Italian-Algerian writer (video interview)

– Sartoria Attolini, Neapolitan tailors who collaborated with Sorrentino at the film “La grande bellezza” (video interview)

– “Senza rossetto”, the experience of women who voted for the first time in 1946 (video interview)

– “Bandite”, the experience of women in the antifascist resistance (video interview)

– “Il profeta di Tolomeo”, Brunello Cucinelli describes his “impresa etica” (article)

Questions? Please contact us at apitalian@wellesley.edu or Daniela Bartalesi-Graf at dbartale@wellesley.edu.

Italian Free Online Courses You Can Use for Remote, Hybrid or In-Person Teaching

Date 07.29.2020

We would like to remind you that our online courses, free and open to all, may help you and your students transition from campus to remote / hybrid teaching during the 2020-2021 academic year.  You can also use online program in place of your textbook. Students and professors sign up for free and have immediate access to all online material.

Here are the links:

Italian Language and Culture: Beginner (roughly equivalent to first semester Italian at the college level)
Italian Language and Culture: Intermediate (roughly equivalent to second semester Italian at the college level)
Italian Language and Culture: Advanced (roughly equivalent to third and/or fourth semesters Italian at the college level)
AP® Italian Language and Culture (fourth semester or bridge courses; a new and updated edition of this course will open on August 18. 2020)

License programs offered that can be customized and personalized so that courses to meet your needs and goals.

For more information please contact Daniela Bartalesi-Graf, dbartale@wellesley.edu, or David Ward, dward@wellesley.edu.

Flipped Classroom: La Didattica Rovesciata

Date 07.22.2020

Flipped Classroom, la didattica rovesciata a cura di Loescher Editore per i docenti della scuola secondaria di I e II grado

Nell’ottica della didattica rovesciata, l’iniziativa comprende 4 webinar in cui si illustrano:
• strumenti per realizzare videolezioni autoprodotte e lezioni interattive, sfruttando materiali presenti in rete
• 3 siti, Edpuzzle, Playposit e Vibby, che consentono, con modalità differenti, di realizzare filmati didattici partendo da materiali disponibili on line
• 3 siti, Thinglink, Padlet e Tes-Blendspace, che permettono, con modalità diverse, di realizzare delle bacheche virtuali da costruire anche in modalità collaborativa.

Webinar 1: Flipped classroom: come creare videolezioni
Webinar 2: Flipped classroom: strumenti on-line per una didattica rovesciata
Webinar 3: Flipped classroom: tre web-app per video didattici
Webinar 4: Flipped classroom e cooperative learning: realizzare una bacheca virtuale

ATTESTATO CONCLUSIVO PER LA FRUIZIONE DI INIZIATIVE ON DEMAND

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AATI Long Island Curates Italian Teacher Lesson Sharing Platform

Date 05.29.2020

AATI-Long Island is happy to have received responses from many of the Italian teachers not in Long Island, but from around the U.S. regarding resources for Italian teacher online! They hope that this will help to increase both the number and quality of online resources teachers have access to as they look to provide the best education for Italian students from home.

Instructions on how to contribute:  

1. Online Resources: Please feel free to continue to share online resources that you come across by completing this Google Form 

2. Original lessons/activities that you create for distance learning: email to AATILongIsland@gmail.com. Please ensure to include your name in 

Please ensure to include your name in the title of your shared activity/document so that they can thank you for your collaboration. You will then receive a confirmation email and be granted access to the “lessons/activities” shared folder.

L’unione fa la forza!

Call for Submissions: Distance Learning: Resources for Italian Teachers

Date 05.19.2020

Deadline is May 22 – As we all continue to navigate Distance Learning and to provide our students with the most support possible as they continue their language learning, AATI-Long Island would like to recognize your extraordinary commitment to your students of Italian.

We are proud to witness the determination you each demonstrate to ensure a successful continuation of learning for your students. We invite you to share some of the many inspiring examples of the ways you have chosen to help your students stay connected and learn the skills necessary to achieve communicative competence in Italian. We are currently collecting a list of web sources as well as a Google Folder of lessons/activities shared by you and your colleagues that will be distributed to all those who choose to contribute.

We ask that anyone interested in contributing to please email AATILongIsland@gmail.com with a list  of (or even 1 or 2) online tools you have found to be useful for your students and/or sharing any activity ideas or documents you have created and found to work well thus far. Upon sharing your resources, you will receive access to the wide breadth of other materials made available by your colleagues that we collect for the benefit of the Italian teacher community. We ask that you please submit your resources by this Friday, May 22.

We hope that in this time of physical social distancing that this will help create an online community to support your needs and maybe even widen and challenge your current teaching methodologies.

We wish you all well in this time and encourage you to reach out so we can best support you!

Cordiali Saluti,

Christen Visceglie
Italian Teacher
Manhasset Schools
President AATI-LI

Notiziario digitale di italianistica

Date 05.18.2020

Enrico Serena, docente di Linguistica italiana e Didattica delle lingue romanze presso l’Istituto di Romanistica dell’Università di Bochum, Germania. scrive per segnalarvi la newsletter “Italiano L2 e molto altro”, da lui ideata e personalmente curata. Si tratta di un notiziario telematico che viene inviato a cadenza irregolare a circa 5.000 insegnanti di italiano e italianisti/e in tutto il mondo e che rappresenta per molti colleghi e colleghe il principale strumento di informazione su convegni, congressi, corsi di aggiornamento, offerte di lavoro e novità editoriali sulla didattica della lingua italiana a stranieri, sulla linguistica italiana e su ambiti disciplinari affini.

Per ricevere la newsletter è sufficiente mandare la richiesta di iscrizione attraverso il seguente gruppo google:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/italianol2emoltoaltro