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    Sig.ra Sardella
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    Classes I am teaching this year:

     

    Italian II Honors

    The level 2 World Language Curriculum includes four thematic units of study: Our Role within Our Families, Healthy Living and Nutrition, Teens and Technology, and Clothing and Shopping. Students continue to be communicative, focusing on practical situations using language structures. The course further increases students’ proficiency in the language and enhances and enriches cultural understanding. Students become more comfortable expressing themselves in interpretive, interpersonal and presentational modes. By the end of level two, the goal is for students to attain a level of Novice-Mid in interpretive reading, presentational speaking, interpretive listening, interpersonal communication, and presentational writing. By the end of level two honors, the goal is for students to attain a level of Novice-High.

    Italian IV Honors

    The level 4 World Language Curriculum includes four thematic units of study: Travel and Transportation, Career Pathways and Future Endeavors, Fine and Performing Arts, and Communities and Cultures. In this course, students learn to express themselves using advanced grammar structures. They learn to collect, share, and analyze data related to contemporary and emerging global issues, problems and challenges. By the end of level four, the goal is for students to attain a level of Intermediate Mid in interpretive reading, presentational speaking, interpretive listening, interpersonal communication, and presentational writing. By the end of level four Honors, the goal is for students to attain a level of Intermediate High.

    Italian V Honors

    The level V World Language Curriculum includes four units of study: Personal Relationships, Life in the City, Influences of Technology, Family and Stages of Life. This proficiency-based course reviews understanding of the formal structures of language, refines previously acquired linguistic skills, and builds awareness of Italian culture. Authentic oral and literary texts are introduced. By the end of the course, students are expected to communicate effectively: giving and getting information; surviving predictable and complicated situations; narrating and describing in present, past, and future time; supporting opinions and hypothesizing comfortably in the target language. By the end of the course, the goal is for students to attain a level of Advanced Low in interpretive reading, presentational speaking, interpretive listening, interpersonal communication, and presentational writing. 

     

     

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