MADISON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT Italian III

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MADISON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
Italian III
Authored by: Dana Marchionne
Reviewed by: Lee Nittel,
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Stacy Snider
Supervisor of Visual & Performing Arts/World Language
Adopted by the Board: January, 2013
Members of the Board of Education:
Lisa Ellis, President
Patrick Rowe, Vice-President
David Arthur
Kevin Blair
Shade Grahling
Linda Gilbert
Thomas Haralampoudis
James Novotny
Superintendent: Dr. Michael Rossi
Madison Public Schools
359 Woodland Road, Madison, NJ 07940
www.madisonpublicschools.org
I.
OVERVIEW
Italian III continues the Italian language sequence at the High School. This full year course continues the
development of listening, speaking, reading and writing competency in Italian. It is designed for students
who have successfully completed Italian II. Students improve their control of the past tense and learn to
express their desires and recommendations via the subjunctive.
All objectives are practiced with the goal of communicative and cultural awareness. Students will
communicate with spoken and written forms using interpretive, interpersonal and presentation modes.
Students will demonstrate understanding of a culture via these same three modes.
II. RATIONALE
New Jersey citizens are part of a dynamic, interconnected, and technologically driven global society
centered on the creation and communication of knowledge and ideas across geographical, cultural, and
linguistic borders. Individuals who effectively communicate in more than one language, with an
appropriate understanding of cultural contexts, are globally literate.
The study of another language and culture enables individuals to communicate with people from diverse
cultures. The study of another language fosters attitudes, values, and skills that indicate a positive
disposition and understanding of cultural differences and that enhance cross-cultural communication.
III. GOALS (Linked to NJ Core Content Standards)
7.1 World Languages: All students will be able to use a world language in addition to English to engage in
meaningful conversation, to understand and interpret spoken and written language, and to present
information, concepts, and ideas, while also gaining an understanding of the perspectives of other cultures.
Through language study, they will make connections with other content areas, compare the language and
culture studied with their own, and participate in home and global communities.
Language learners can be expected to move through levels of proficiency at different rates. In addition,
language learners may demonstrate differing proficiencies depending upon the communicative mode in
which they are functioning (interpersonal, interpretive, or presentational). In Madison High School,
students who are taking Italian III should meet the cumulative progress indicators for the IntermediateMid Level of proficiency. Intermediate-Mid Level students communicate using strings of sentences to ask
and answer questions, to handle simple transactions related to everyday life, and to talk about subject
matter studied in other classes. By the end of Italian III, students taking a continuing sequence of language
from middle school will:
A. Interpretive Mode:
1. Compare and contrast information contained in culturally authentic materials using
electronic information sources related to targeted themes.
2. Demonstrate comprehension of oral and written instructions connected to daily activities and to some
unfamiliar situations through appropriate responses.
3. Analyze the use of verbal and non-verbal etiquette (i.e., gestures, intonation, and cultural practices) in
the target culture(s) to determine the meaning of a message.
4. Use target language to paraphrase what is heard or read in oral or written descriptions of people, places,
objects, and daily activities.
5. Comprehend conversations and written information on a variety of familiar and some unfamiliar topics.
6. Compare and contrast the main idea, theme, main characters, and setting in readings from age- and
level-appropriate, culturally authentic materials
7. Infer the meaning of some unfamiliar words in some new contexts.
8. Use knowledge of structures of the target language to deduce meaning of new and unfamiliar structures.
B. Interpersonal Mode:
1. Use digital tools to participate in short conversations and to exchange information related to a variety
of familiar topics and some unfamiliar topics.
2. Give and follow a series of oral and written directions, commands, and requests for participating in ageand level-appropriate classroom and cultural activities in familiar and some unfamiliar situations.
3. Use appropriate gestures, intonation, and common idiomatic expressions of the target
culture(s)/language in familiar and some unfamiliar situations.
4. Ask and respond to factual and interpretive questions of a personal nature, on school-related topics, and
on some unfamiliar topics and situations.
5. Engage in short conversations about personal experiences or events, topics studied in other content
areas, and some unfamiliar topics and situations.
C. Presentational Mode:
1. Synthesize information related to the cultural products, cultural practices, and cultural perspectives
associated with targeted culture(s) to create a multimedia-rich presentation on targeted themes to be shared
virtually with a target language audience
2. Dramatize student-created and/or authentic short plays, skits, poems, songs, stories, or reports.
3. Use language creatively to respond in writing to a variety of oral or visual prompts about familiar and
some unfamiliar situations.
4. Synthesize information found in age- and level-appropriate culturally authentic materials
5. Compare the cultural perspectives of the target culture(s) with those of one’s own culture, as evidenced
through the cultural products and cultural practices associated with each.
IV. ESSENTIAL CONTENT AND ACTIVITES
See attached “Scope & Sequence”
V. EVALUATION
Listening, speaking, reading and writing in a variety of modes will be considered to determine the final
grade. Assessments will include:
▪ Tests and quizzes that accompany the text
▪ Teacher-made achievement tests and quizzes
▪ Aural testing
▪ Oral testing in interpersonal and presentational modes
▪ Written evaluations in interpersonal and presentational modes
▪ Student projects and presentations
▪ Homework
VI. RESOURCES
CIAO!, Sixth Edition: Carla Larese Riga
Madison School District
Italian III Scope and Sequence
Unit of
Study
Capitolo 9
– Mezzi Di
Diffusione
Key Vocabulary/ Language in
Key
Use Vocabulary/ Language in
Use
• Una serata alla TV.
• Televisione & Cinema
Italiana
• Il Tempo L’imperfetto
• Contrasto tra imperfetto
& passato prossimo
• Da quanto tempo & Da
quando..?
• Il Trapassato Prossimo
Activities/Assessment/Project
Activities/Assessment/Project
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Attività- Al Cinema –
“Odeon”
C’era una volta… Le
favole italiane.
Ascolti
Itinerari e luoghi
Le reviste ed i giornali
Role Play
Charts
Conversazione
Smart Board
Pictionary
Relay Races
“Slap It”
Una Gara
Listening Activities
Group Dialog &
Presentations
Internet games /
activities
Quia
Compiti / Compitini
Cultural Connections
Cultural Connections
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Ascolto – Dove vi siete
conosciuti?
Il cinema italiano
Fellini e Neorealismo
RAI 1,2,3
Telegiornale
Related Literature, Video, and
Related
Songs Literature, Video, and
Songs
• Fellini – il regista piu
famoso dell’italia.
• Il Film “8 and ½”
• La Canzone “Cos’hai
messo nel caffe?”
• Un’intervista con
Ermanno Olmi
Unit of
Study
Key Vocabulary/ Language in
Use
•
Capitolo 10
– La Moda
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Articoli di
abbigliamento
L’imperativo
Aggettivi e pronomi
dimostrativi
I Mesi & La Data
Le Stagioni & Il Tempo
La Rinascente – Il
grande magazzino!
Activities/Assessment/Project
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La Moda – Uomo,
Donna, e Bambini
Acquisti in un negozio
d’abbigliamento
Ascolti
Role Play
Charts
Conversazione
Magazine cut-outs
Smart Board
Pictionary
Listening Activities
Group Dialog &
Presentations
Internet games /
activities
Quia
Compiti / Compitini
La Lettura
Le presentazioni
Cultural Connections
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La Taglia conversione
Versace, Valentino,
Moschino, Prada
Il Grande Magazzino –
Department Stores
Alla Rinascente
Le Date & Gli Eventi in
Italia
Le Feste: La Pasqua,
Natale, Giorni di festa
Related Literature, Video, and
Songs
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Dolce & Gabbana – Una
storia di successo
Intermezzo Musicale –
“Le Traiettorie delle
Mongolfiere”
Sito Web – Ciao
Capitolo 10
Guardiamo il video
“L’abbigliamento”
Unit of
Study
Capitolo 11
– In Cucina
Key Vocabulary/ Language in
Use
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La Cucine
Gli ingredienti
La Pasqua
I Pronomi Indiretti
I Pronomi Diretti
I Pronomi con l’infinito
e Ecco
L’Imperativo con un
pronome ( diretto,
indiretto o riflessivo);
Esclamazioni comuni
Le abitudini alimentari
Activities/Assessment/Project
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Ascolti
Role Play
Charts
Conversazione
Magazine cut-outs
Smart Board
Pictionary
Listening Activities
Group Dialog &
Presentations
Internet games /
activities
Quia
Compiti / Compitini
La Lettura
Le presentazioni
Cultural Connections
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Una Buona Ricetta –
Tiramisù
Ascoltiamo “Dopo il
pranzo”
Cultural Eating Habits /
Le Abitudini Alimentari
(Similarities and
Differences)
La Cucina Italiana
In Salumeria
Una Riunione Tra Amici
Il mercato all’aperto
Related Literature, Video, and
Songs
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Il Panettone – Il Dolce
Tradizionale
Italian Cooking TV
Il Mercato all’ aperto
video a Roma
La Lettura – Le
Abitudini Alimentary
degli Italiani
La Pasqua
Unit of
Study
Capitolo 12
– Le
Vacanze
Key Vocabulary/ Language in
Use
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Al Mare
La Villeggiatura
Il Futuro
I Pronomi Tonici
Piacere
Si Impersonale
Plurali Irregolari
Activities/Assessment/Project
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Ascolti
Role Play- In Albergo
Conversazione
Magazine cut-outs
Smart Board
Pictionary
Listening Activities
Group Dialog &
Presentations
Internet games /
activities
Quia
Compiti / Compitini
La Lettura
Le presentazioni
Planning a vacation
Cultural Connections
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Un Salvataggio
Vacanze in Sicilia
Progetti di Vacanza:
Fare Il Campeggio,
Andare Al Mare…
Lago di Garda
Vacanze in Sicilia
Related Literature, Video, and
Songs
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Renato Carosone
“Piccolissima Serenata”
La Sicilia – Video
Le feste dell’anno in
Italia
In Albergo
Il teatro greco
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