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- case studies from an international perspective
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- edited by Emanuele Occhipinti
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- Task-based instruction in intermediate Italian: a research-supported model
- Tom Means
- ch. 3.
- What can be obtained from project work? A case study
- Assunta Giuseppina Zedda
- ch. 4.
- The conversation hour: the making of an experiment
- Simona Wright
- ch. 5.
- Teaching learnable grammar
- Camilla Bettoni and Bruno Di Biase
- pt. II.
- Teaching Italian with technology:
- ch. 6.
- Enhancing the student experience through technology: making language learning more meaningful through a department VLE
- Clella Boscolo, Alison Davies, Kelly Smith
- ch. 7.
- Azione! Teaching listening skills through video: a web-based program of film and television segments designed for Italian language courses at Yale University
- Amelia Moser
- ch. 8.
- Emanuele Occhipinti
- Confronting new technologies: a cross-cultural telecollaborative project across the ocean
- Silvia Carlorossi, Francesca Helm, Nicoletta Marini-Maio, Kathryn K. McMahon
- ch. 9.
- Podcasting and iPod in teaching and learning Italian language, culture and literature: a research study at Université de Montréal, Canada
- Jacqueline Samperi Mangan
- pt. III.
- Teaching Italian translation:
- ch. 10.
- Teaching Italian translation: a challenge
- Luciana d'Arcangeli
- pt. I.
- ch. 11.
- Translation in teaching Italian as L2: evolution or involution?
- Sandro Sciutti
- ch. 12.
- Words don't come easy ... especially during exams! The importance of adopting a didactic translation methodology in the context of the 2001 Italian university reform
- Maria Cristina Cignatta
- ch. 13.
- Teaching Italian as a foreign language for academic and professional purposes. Juridical and informative language. Teaching suggestions for students and legal professionals /
- Manuela Visigalli
- pt. IV.
- Curricular innovations:
- Teaching Italian culture:
- ch. 14.
- Visual literacy: teaching Italian culture through images
- Daniela Bartalesi-Graf
- ch. 15.
- A visual socio-cultural approach to Italian women's studies
- Flavia Laviosa
- ch. 16.
- Building an intercultural identity in a cross-cultural transition: a short term stay case study
- Barbara Spinelli, Roberto Dolci
- ch. 1.
- ch. 17.
- Evaluating cultural proficiency in an upper level Italian culture course
- Romana Capek-Habeković, Sandra Palaich
- ch. 18.
- Cultural acquisition and language learning: the IVC, Chiavi di Lettura Project
- Christine Ristaino, Judith Raggi-Moore
- ch. 19.
- From the past to the present: history of the Italian culture
- Nicla Reverso
- pt. IV.
- Eliminating the "gap" through circular innovation
- Teaching Italian culture through film:
- ch. 20.
- Italian language and culture in close-up: using film at all levels of proficiency
- Kerstin Pilz
- ch. 21.
- Teaching visual thinking, in and out of the Italian canon
- Thomas Erling Peterson
- ch. 22.
- Memory on the margins: reflections on Italy (1938-1943) in Scola's Una giornata particolare & Ozpetek's La finestra di fronte
- Mary Ann McDonald Carolan
- Janice M. Aski and Heather Webb
- pt. VI.
- Teaching Italian culture through songs:
- ch. 23.
- Teaching Italian culture through songs: "non solo canzonette"
- Paola Vettorel
- ch. 24.
- Italian freaks and punks: history of Italian culture from 1950s to 2005 retold by protest songs
- Silvia Boero
- ch. 2.
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