ITALIAN 1 Syllabus

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Liberal Arts Campus - Spring 2016
ITAL 1 (16 weeks) 5.0 units
Elementary Italian (Sect. #31108)
MW 11:20 AM – 2:25 PM Room M204
LAB Mondays 12:25 - 1:20 Room M103
Professoressa Marilyn Anania
e-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (562) 938-4036
Syllabus – Il Programma
Required Texts:
Merlonghi, Tursi, O’Connor: Oggi in Italia (A First Course in Italian) 9th Edition
Copyright: 2012 HEINLE/Cengage Learning ISBN #978-0-495-90077-1
TEXTBOOK
Merlonghi, Tursi, O’Connor: Oggi in Italia (A First Course in Italian) 9th Edition
STUDENT ACTIVITIES MANUAL (SAM)
Copyright: 2012 HEINLE/Cengage Learning ISBN #978-0-495-90032-0
Recommended: ۩ 501 Italian Verbs (any edition) Barron’s Educational Series, Inc.
۩ Italian/English Dictionary (any paperback edition recommended)
۩ Schaum’s Outlines: Italian Grammar (Second Edition) by Joseph E.
Germano and Conrad J. Schmitt
● Course Outline: This course introduces the students to the four skills necessary for language acquisition:
listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will learn the sound system and basic grammatical structures. This
course exposes students to everyday situations and cultural topics of the Italian culture. It is not recommended for
native speakers of Italian nor students who have completed one year of high school Italian with a grade of B or
better.
● Student Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course the student should be able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Formulate ideas orally at a medium elementary level.
Formulate ideas in writing at a medium elementary level.
Demonstrate reading comprehension at a medium elementary level.
Demonstrate aural comprehension at a medium elementary level.
● Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course the student should be able to:
1. Recognize the sounds and letters of the Italian alphabet.
2. Recognize and differentiate between gender and number of nouns.
3. Recognize and use subject, and demonstrative pronouns.
4. Correctly apply gender and number agreement of articles, descriptive/possessive adjectives, and adjectives
“buono” and “bello.”
5. Recognize and use numbers from zero to million.
6. Employ correct subject and verb agreement in the present indicative.
7. Differentiate between the uses of “avere” and “essere.”
8. Differentiate between the uses of “sapere” and “conoscere” to express “to know.”
9. Synthesize grammar and vocabulary to convey basic ideas verbally.
10. Write short paragraphs and dialogues.
11. Evaluate aural information and respond appropriately.
12. Recognize geographical places and methods of transportation in Italy.
13. Recognize and describe physical and psychological states of being and adjectives of nationalities.
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
14. Describe family members and relationships in Italian.
15. Identify vocabulary as it relates to academic study, travel, pastimes and the weather.
16. Identify vocabulary as it relates to the Italian culinary world, meals and culinary customs of Italy.
17. Identify vocabulary as it relates to the Italian press, media and film.
● Attendance Policy: A student may be dropped from a 5 unit course if absent nine (9.5) consecutive
hours or a total of fifteen (15) hours during the entire semester. If students do not drop the course before the
withdrawal dateline (Monday, May 8 for a 16-week course) and they exceed the above mentioned hours, they
may receive an “F” or an “N/P” according to the grading option that the student chose.
Regular attendance is expected, and attendance will be taken at the beginning of each regular class meeting, and
after the break. Perfect attendance is rewarded with 30 extra points on the final exam. Each class session is
worth three (3) points, i.e. each hour of class attendance equals one (1) point, a total of six (6) per semester week.
● Absences: There are NO make-up chapter exams. For quizzes, only ONE make-up quiz will be
accepted for the 16-week term. Make-ups will only take place the day of return, during the break.
● Chapter Exams: At the end of each chapter there will be a written exam (maximum of 100 points) that
will include listening comprehension, “fill-in the blank” questions, sentence formation, and paragraph writing.
There may also be tests of a multiple-choice format. Exams and presentations count for 40% of your grade.
Students may write with BLUE or BLACK INK PEN ONLY.
● Quizzes/Dictation: Almost every class meeting will include a graded assignment. Quizzes will be on
chapter content: dictation will include the previous vocabulary and the vocabulary of the chapter, vocabulary
match-up quizzes from the chapter’s vocabulary lists, paragraph writing on content previously presented,
comprehension questions from a reading, and/or worksheets that accompany a grammar point, etc. Each graded
assignment will vary from 30 – 56 points. Quizzes will be administered at 2:00 PM ONLY.
These graded quizzes/assignments count for 20% of your grade. BLUE or BLACK INK PEN ONLY.
● Presentations: There will also be presentations that will count as a grade. Maximum presentation grade is
30 points and will count as an “Exam” grade of 40%. The presentation grade will focus on pronunciation, grammar
accuracy, vocabulary variety and usage, speaking length, and overall enthusiasm. Computer translations are
obvious and will result in a low grade.
● FINAL EXAM: It is a 200 point examination that includes writing and multiple-choice questions that
will be a culmination of all the material presented in this course. It is worth 20% of your total grade. (The 30
extra points for PERFECT ATTENDANCE come in very handy here!)
● Laboratory: Each student is required to attend 13 hours in the laboratory experience. (We will be attending
LAB 15 times in the semester, 50 minutes each visit.) An attendance print-out log done by Laboratory Technicians
will indicate how many hours you have spent in the laboratory engaging in Italian reinforcement lessons. The final
number of hours will be calculated the same as participation points (10%). Laboratory times for this
semester will be announced in class. Laboratory attendance is MANDATORY. Off-task computer or internet
work done during our schedule lab hour will result in being banned from using the lab for the remaining part
of the semester during class time. The student will also lose the one point calculated for attendance at lesson
session.
● Homework: At the end of each chapter, and on the day of the chapter exam, the pages from the Oggi in
Italia (Student Activities Manual) for that chapter will be DUE for grading. (Rip out and staple the pages for the
chapter from the manual.) The highest homework score, with all blanks completed with the appropriate Italian
response, will be worth a maximum of 30 points. Homework counts for 10% of your grade. If homework pages
are handed in later than the day of the exam, each session late will downgrade the mark by one letter grade.
Incomplete homework will not be accepted. All blanks must be filled in!
● Participation: Students will be expected to respond to questions in Italian each class session and speak in
front of the class in Italian when assigned. Participation counts for 10% of your grade.
● Grading & Academic Honesty: Letter Grade or Credit / No Credit
Grades fall into the following categories:
90%+ = A
80%+ = B
70%+ = C
60%+ = D
<50% = F
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
Lack of honesty in the classroom is considered a very serious offense. Any form of cheating on tests, turning in
work which is not one’s own (plagiarism), talking during tests, furnishing false information to instructors or
knowingly misrepresenting one-self to the college is grounds for disciplinary action. The consequences of
cheating are severe and may include the possibility of expulsion. (Colleges Catalog)
● Material Policy:
It is mandatory that all students enrolled in a class in the Foreign Languages Department have the required materials
for the level that they are studying by census date or they may be dropped from the course without notification.
Have your textbook (and Student Activities Manual) by Monday, February 22. BRING your textbook to class
each day. Mark it in some way to differentiate it from the Activities Manual. If you come to class without the text,
you may go to the library to copy the chapter being studied, but you will be counted as absent during the time that
you are gone. If you come to class without the text, you will be counted as absent.
● Classroom Behavior/Etiquette:
All students are expected to conduct themselves in the classroom or any structured academic activity “in a manner
consistent with the college’s function as an educational institution.” Any conduct that interferes with teaching,
research or administration is subject to possible disciplinary action. All LBCCD students are responsible for
adhering to the District’s code of student conduct, which can be found in the schedule of classes. (College Catalog)
● Cell Phones: Please remember that cell phones, two-way pagers must be turned off while in class.
NO TEXTING ALLOWED during class time.
● Eating in Class: Eating and drinking is also prohibited in all buildings except where food is sold or is part
of an approved and scheduled activity. (College Catalog)
● Basic Class Guidelines:
It is the student’s responsibility to drop the class by the appropriate date.
The instructor has the option to drop a student after five (5) absences.
Attendance in the laboratory sessions is MANDATORY.
It is the student’s responsibility to turn in assignments on the due date.
You must bring a copy of this syllabus and the text to each class meeting.
Tardiness is disruptive to the learning environment. Arrive on time.
Leaving class early should be avoided, as it is also disruptive.
If you know that you must leave class early for emergency situations,
notify the professor prior to the beginning of class or at the break.
There will be two 15-minute breaks. Quizzes given only at 2:00 PM.
Class begins promptly at 11:20 AM, and after the first 15-minute break.
Attention to cell phones or other electronic equipment is considered
disruptive to the classroom environment resulting in disciplinary action.
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Spring 2016
Important Dates
February 8, Monday
Spring Semester Begins
Feb. 12-16, Friday-Tuesday
President’s Weekend (College Closed)
February 22, Monday
CENSUS: Must have textbook or will be dropped
March 7, Monday
Graduation Applications due (June Graduation)
March 8, Tuesday
End of Grading Change Basis
March 15, Tuesday
FLEX Day – No classes
Apr. 3-Apr. 10, Sunday-Sunday SPRING BREAK (College Closed)
May 8, Monday
Last day to drop with grade of “W”
May 30, Monday
Memorial Day (College Closed)
June 8, Wednesday
Course FINAL EXAM on last day of class
June 9, Thursday
Graduation
(Various Summer Sessions run June 20 - August 20, 2016)
Fall ’16 Semester begins Monday, August 29, 2016
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
L’orario delle lezioni - Lesson Schedule**
La settimana
1
1
2
2
3
La data
La lezione
lunedì
Lettura e presentazione del Syllabus.
Lezione Preliminare – Il Saluto
il 8 febbraio Dialoghi: Presentazioni / Saluti
Ascoltare la registrazione dei dialoghi - Pratica
Dialoghi: Come ti chiami?
LAB
Ascoltare la registrazione dei dialoghi
Pratica - Parole analoghe (page 8)
mercoledì
Lezione Preliminare – Il Saluto
Dialogo: Che peccato!
il 10 febbraio
Ascoltare la registrazione del dialogo
Pratica
I nomi italiani
Customary greetings
lunedì
President’s Day (observed)
il 15 febbraio
mercoledì
Lezione Preliminare – Il Saluto
SAM / LAB Manual / il QUIZ
(Student Activities Manual)
Finestre culturali
Levels of formality /
Use of courtesy and
professional titles
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Studiate il vocabolario
Compiti nel SAM:
Pratica del vocabolario e
della struttura: pp. 3-6 a-f.
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Lezione preliminare #1:
QUIZ p. 7 Numbers,
p. 13 Greetings, Farewells,
Asking and giving names ß
COLLEGE CLOSED
Non c’è lezione
Compiti nel SAM:
Pratica della comunicazione:
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso.
il 17 febbraio
pp. 6-7 g-i.
Pronuncia / Ascoltare la registrazione
LAB SAM: pp. 173-176
I Numeri da 0 a 20
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L’Italia nell’Europa
Lezione preliminare #2:
Carta fisica dell’Italia
QUIZ pp. 10-11
Carta politica dell’Italia
Geographical terms,
p. 13 Expressions involving
time, Asking how someone is
lunedì
Ripasso della Lezione Preliminare
DUE: SAM Lezione
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Preliminare
il 22 febbraio Lezione 1: Lei come si chiama?
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Lezione 1: Ascoltare la
Monologhi
registrazione del vocabolario
Domande
LAB
p. 17 / Pratica
Domande personali
Leggere “La scuola in Italia”
Situazioni
p. 18
MUST Pronuncia
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HAVE
Lezione preliminare #3:
BOOKS
QUIZ p. 13 Persons,
Courtesy titles, Other words
and expressions
mercoledì
Compiti nel SAM:
Lezione 1: Lei come si chiama?
Pratica del vocabolario e
Ampliamento del vocabolario:
il 24 febbraio
della struttura: pp. 9-13 a-j.
I numeri da 21 a 100 /
LAB SAM: pp. 177-179
Cose utili
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Struttura ed uso:
Lezione 1 #1: QUIZ
Pronomi personali
p. 17 Parole analoghe, Nomi,
Presente del verbo essere
Verbi, Aggettivi, Altre parole ed
Presente del verbo avere
espressioni
Census Day
3
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
4
4
lunedì
Lezione 1: Lei come si chiama?
Struttura ed uso:
il 29 febbraio
Genere dei nomi e l’articolo indeterminativo
Parliamo un po’
Conoscere l’Italia:
Roma
LAB
Videoteca
Video con gli esercizi
mercoledì
Ripasso Lezione preliminare e Lezione 1
Lezione preliminare + Lezione 1
il 2 marzo
Compiti nel SAM:
pratica del vocabolario e della
struttura: pp. 13-16 k-o.
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Lezione 1 #2: QUIZ
p. 20 Numeri 21-100,
p. 22 Cose utili
Compiti nel SAM: LAB
pp. 177-180
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QUIZ: “Uno / Buono”
p. 31 #2
p. 121 #3
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Presentazione #1: See
5
lunedì
il 7 marzo
LAB
5
mercoledì
il 9 marzo
6
lunedì
il 14 marzo
LAB
6
mercoledì
il 16 marzo
7
lunedì
il 21 marzo
LAB
TEST: Lezione 1
“Oral Presentation Sheet”
Due SAM: Lezione 1
Comincia Lezione 2: “Presentazioni”
TEST: Lezione 1
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Lezione 2: Presentazioni
Monologhi
Ascoltare la registrazione dei monologhi
Domande
Domande personali
Situazioni
Compiti: Pratica
Finestra culturale:
Lezione 2: Presentazioni
Ampliamento del vocabolario:
Materie d’insegnamento
Che ora è? A che ora?
Struttura ed uso:
Plurale dei nomi
Articolo determinativo
Compiti nel SAM:
Pratica del vocabolario e
della struttura: pp. 18 - 22 di.
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L’università italiana
Compiti nel SAM: Pratica del
vocabolario e della struttura:
pp. 17-18 a-c.
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Lezione 2 #1: QUIZ
p. 42 Parole analoghe, Nomi,
Aggettivi, Verbi, Altre parole
ed espressioni
Lezione 2 #2: QUIZ
p.
43
Materie
d’insegnamento
Compiti nel SAM::
Lezione 2: Presentazioni
Pratica del vocabolario e
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso.
della struttura: pp. 22-24 j-m.
Aggettivi possessivi
LAB SAM: pp. 181-184
Parliamo un po`
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QUIZ: I paesi (countries)
La carta geografica
Compiti nel SAM:
Lezione 2: Presentazioni
Pratica della comunicazione:
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso.
pp. 24-26 n-r.
Parliamo un po`
Conoscere l’Italia: Bologna / La cucina emiliana ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Presentazione #2: See
Videoteca
Vedere il segmento del video
“Oral Presentation Sheet”
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
7
mercoledì
il 23 marzo
8
lunedì
il 28 marzo
LAB
8
mercoledì
il 30 marzo
9
il 3 aprile il 10 aprile
lunedì
il 11 aprile
TEST: Lezione 2
Due SAM: Lezione 2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
TEST: Lezione 2
Comincia Lezione 3: “Che cosa fai di bello?”
Compiti nel SAM:
Lezione 3: Che cosa fai di bello?
Pronuncia / Ascoltare la registrazione
Dialogo
Domande / Domande personali
Situazioni
Pratica
Finestra culturale: “Il bar”
Vocabolario
Lezione 3: Che cosa fai di bello?
Pronuncia
Ampliamento del vocabolario: La città
Pratica
Espressioni con ‘avere’
Preposizioni semplici ed articolate
C’è, ci sono, ecco
Esercizi:
pp. 27-31 a-h
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Lezione 3 #1: QUIZ
p. 63 Parole analoghe, Nomi,
Aggettivi, Verbi
Compiti nel SAM:
Pratica della comunicazione:
pp. 31-34 i-n.
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Lezione 3 #2: QUIZ
p. 65 La città
COLLEGE CLOSED
SPRING BREAK
Non c’è lezione
Lezione 3 #3: QUIZ
Lezione 3: Che cosa fai di bello?
Struttura ed uso: Presente dei verbi in -are p. 69 Verbi
Ripasso: Preposizioni semplici ed articolate LAB SAM: pp. 185-187
LAB
9
mercoledì
il 13 aprile
10
lunedì
il 18 aprile
LAB
10
mercoledì
il 20 aprile
11
lunedì
il 25 aprile
LAB
11
mercoledì
il 27 aprile
Lezione 3: Che cosa fai di bello?
Parliamo un po’
Conoscere l’Italia:
Le piazze italiane / caffè famosi
Lezione 3: Che cosa fai di bello?
Videoteca
Vedere il segmento del video
Fare gli esercizi di videoteca
TEST: Lezione 3
LAB SAM: pp. 188-189
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Lezione 3 #4: QUIZ
p. 63 Altre parole, Altre
espressioni
Presentazione #3: See
“Oral Presentation Sheet”
Due SAM: Lezione 3
Comincia Lezione 4: “Cosa prendono i signori?” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
TEST: Lezione 3
Lezione 4: Cosa prendono i signori?
Pronuncia / Ascoltare la registrazione
Ampliamento del vocabolario: I giorni della
settimana / Alcune espressioni di tempo
Lezione 4: Cosa prendono i signori?
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso
Struttura ed uso:
Presente dei verbi regolari in -ere
Compiti nel SAM: pp. 35-37
a-c.
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Lezione 4 #1: QUIZ
p. 88 Parole analoghe, Nomi,
Aggettivi, Verbi
Compiti nel SAM:
pp. 37-39 d-g.
LAB SAM: pp. 191-192
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Lezione 4 #2: QUIZ
pp. 90-91 I giorni della
settimana, Alcune espressioni
di tempo
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
12
lunedì
il 2 maggio
LAB
12
mercoledì
il 4 maggio
13
lunedì
il 9 maggio
LAB
13
14
Italian enrichment
lesson - una sorpresa!
Lezione 4: Cosa prendono i signori?
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso
Formulare le domande
Verbi irregolari dare, fare, stare
Italian enrichment
lesson - una sorpresa!
mercoledì
Lezione 4: Cosa prendono i signori?
Parliamo un po’
l’11 maggio
Conoscere l’Italia:
La Sicilia / Riposto (Catania)
Videoteca
Vedere il segmento del video
Fare gli esercizi di videoteca
lunedì
il 16 maggio
Lezione 4: Cosa prendono i signori?
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso
LAB
14
mercoledì
il 18 maggio
15
lunedì
il 25 maggio
LAB
Compiti nel SAM:
pp. 37-39 h-i.
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Lezione 4 #3: QUIZ
pp. 88+93 Altre parole ed
espressioni, Verbi
TEST: Lezione 4
Comincia Lezione 5: (È Carnevale!)
Lezione 5: È Carnevale!
Ampliamento del vocabolario: Caratteristiche
personali / Altre caratteristiche personali
Struttura ed uso:
Concordanza degli aggettivi qualificativi
mercoledì
15
Lezione 5: È Carnevale!
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso.
il 27 maggio
Struttura ed uso:
Posizione degli aggettivi con i nomi
Presente dei verbi regolari in –ire
16
lunedì
il 30 maggio
16
mercoledì
Memorial Day (observed)
Lezione 5: È Carnevale!
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso.
il primo giugno
Verbi irregolari andare e venire
Parliamo un po’
Conoscere l’Italia:
L’Umbria / Le attrazioni dell’Umbria
Compiti nel SAM: pp. 40-43
j, k, l, m, n
LAB SAM: pp. 193-194
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Lezione 4 #4: QUIZ
pp. 96-97 Interrogativi
(#2 and #3);
p. 99 Espressioni
con FARE
Presentazione #4: See
“Oral Presentation Sheet”
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
QUIZ: Le feste americane
Due SAM: Lezione 4
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
TEST: Lezione 4
Compiti nel SAM:
pp. 45-47 a-c.
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Lezione 5 #1: QUIZ
p p . 11 3 - 11 4
Parole
a n a l o g h e , N o m i , Ve r b i ,
Aggettivi
Compiti nel SAM:
pp. 47-49 d-g.
LAB SAM: pp. 195-196
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Lezione 5 #2: QUIZ
pp. 114+116 Altre parole ed
espressioni, Altre
caratteristiche personali
COLLEGE CLOSED
Non c’è lezione
Compiti nel SAM: pp. 49-52
h-n.
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Lezione 5 #3: QUIZ
pp. 115, 120, 122, 123)
Aggettivi + Verbi in “-ire”
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
17
lunedì
il 6 giugno
LAB
17
mercoledì
l’8 giugno
LAST DAY!
Lezione 5: È Carnevale!
Correzione dei compiti e ripasso
Videoteca
Vedere il segmento del video
Fare gli esercizi di videoteca
Due SAM: Lezione 5
TEST: Lezione 5 +
L’esame finale: Italiano 1
(SCANTRON)
L’ESAME FINALE
11:20 AM - 2:30 PM
Room M204
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Presentazione #5:
See
“Oral Presentation Sheet”
LAB SAM: pp. 197-198
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Lezione 5 QUIZ
Le nazionalità + I paesi in
italiano
Notes:
1. PERFECT ATTENDANCE = 30 BONUS POINTS ON FINAL EXAM
2. ONLY ONE MAKE-UP QUIZ - TO BE DONE ON THE
DAY OF RETURN, DURING THE BREAK
3. LAB IS MANDATORY! CELL PHONE USE or OFF-TASK WEB
BROWSING ON COMPUTER IN LAB
WILL BAN STUDENT FROM LAB DURING CLASS
TIME.
4. IF YOU HAVE 75% (C) GOING INTO THE FINAL, IT’S VERY LIKELY
YOU WILL GET A “D” AS A FINAL GRADE (FINAL EXAM IS 20% OF
TOTAL GRADE)
5.
THREE LATE ARRIVALS = ONE HOUR ABSENCE
6. TEXTING DURING CLASS = BEING ASKED TO LEAVE
CLASS FOR LESSON. PERSISTENCE = DROP!
7. NO MAKE-UP CHAPTER EXAMS
8. NO PENCIL ON TESTS OR QUIZZES
9. Notification to the instructor of a student’s need for special accommodations
during test taking will come from the DSPS Office. Student to notify
instructor of this need.
10. Distracting others, including the instructor, with private
conversations, will result in being asked to leave the
classroom, temporarily, and/or possibly permanently.
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
Italiano 1
OGGI IN ITALIA (9th ed.)
Professoressa Anania
ORAL PRESENTATION SHEET
There will be 5 (five) oral presentations worth 30 points each.
These presentations will be from Lezione Preliminare & 1 to Lezione 5.
They will be presented on the lesson day before the day of the corresponding exams.
All presentations are to be done in pairs (two students) or in three’s. Each student should
have at least five exchanges lasting about a minute in talking time in Italian.
As you perform the following dialogs, always greet each other first, with the customary
handshake where appropriate. Following are suggested topics. You may create other ones.
Lezione Preliminare & Lezione 1
Il Saluto - Greet and introduce one another, asking the state of health and telling each other
where you are from and what class you like. Exchange telephone numbers, where you’re
from, etc. Say good-bye. (Dialog could be in formal or familiar format, but make sure
you are consistent!)
Lezione 2 “Presentazioni” - Choose ONE of these:
1.
La mia famiglia. Describe to each other your families. Include each person’s name and
age and three or four interesting facts about each family member. Use possessive
adjectives.
2.
Domande personali: The following questions are suggested but are not limited to the
following:
Studente #1 + Studente #2 respond to each other:
• Quanti anni hai?
• Lavori e studi?
• Quante classi hai?
• Quali sono?
• Abiti in una casa o un apparatmento?
• Abiti con la famiglia o da solo/sola?
• Hai un cane o un gatto?
• Ti piacciono gli animali?
Lezione 3 “Che cosa fai di bello?” – Choose ONE of these:
(Remember you are speaking in Italian for at least
one minute with a partner.)
1. La mia città. Prepare a dialog describing your city by asking each other
these questions:
• What is there? What is not there? (Cosa c’è? Cosa non c’è?)
• Are there hotels and restaurants or just homes (case) and schools?
• What public places are near your home/apartment?
2. Che cosa fai di solito il sabato e la domenica? Ask each other what you usually do
on Saturdays and Sundays. When answering use only verbs that you know.
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
Lezione 4 “Cosa prendono i signori?” – Choose ONE of these
three (3) topics:
1. Al bar italiano. (for three students)
You and a friend are at an outdoor caffè in Italy, and the waiter arrives to take your
order. Write a short dialogue in which you both greet the waiter and order something
to drink and to eat.
2. Il giorno preferito.
Studente #1 - Tell which day of the week you like best and five things
you normally do that day. Use -are and -ere verbs that you have learned.
Studente #2 - Tell which day of the week you like least and five things
you normally do that day. Use -are and -ere verbs that you have learned.
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
Lezione 4 – “Cosa prendono i signori?” Choose ONE of these three
topics (Cont’d):
3. Mi dispiace ma... Give excuses explaining why you cannot accept the
following invitations.
Studente #1 –
o Desideri andare alla discoteca domenica sera?
o Andiamo ad un concerto di musica rock sabato?
o Hai voglia di giocare a tennis con i miei amici domani mattina?
o Hai voglia di andare a vedere una mostra di fotografie venerdì?
Studente #2 o Desideri vedere un film italiano domani sera?
o Hai fame? Desideri andare alla pizzeria stasera?
o Andiamo al bar a prendere un cappuccino dopo le classi?
o Hai voglia di vedere un film sabato sera?
Lezione 5 “È Carnevale!” - At least one minute speakng in Italian
Create a dialog describing TWO of the following with opposite gender:
• your best male friend (il mio migliore amico) or
• your best female friend (la mia migliore amica) or
• your boyfriend (il mio ragazzo) or your girlfriend (la mia ragazza) or
• your husband (mio marito) or your wife (mia moglie)
Use the following beginning suggested questions as a guide, then add more:
1. Come si chiama questa persona?
2. Qual è la sua nazionalità?
3. Dove abita? Abita con te?
4. Quanti anni ha?
5. Da (For) quanti anni conosci (know) questa persona?
6. Tre aggettivi che descrivono questa persona.
7. Due cose che gli/le piace fare.
(Two extra points - bring regular or digital picture of the person – Cell phone images don’t count).
** The instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus as needed. If any major changes are made, students
will be notified.
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