In Giro Per L'Italia: Student Edition
This brief version of the best-selling beginning Italian text "Prego! is perfectly designed for those programs that are interested in a successful four-skills and communicative introduction to Italian language and culture but whose curriculum necessitates a concise text. The text features an innovative four-part chapter structure that facilitates lesson planning and study.
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- Mixed media product | 416 pages
- 203.2 x 254 x 20.32mm | 907.18g
- 01 Jul 2005
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- McGraw Hill Higher Education
- London, United States
- 2nd Revised edition
Table of contents
Capitolo preliminare Cominciamo! Capitolo 1 Benvenuti a tutti! Capitolo 2 La classe e i compagni Capitolo 3 Com'e la tua famiglia? Capitolo 4 Forza, Azzurri! Capitolo 5 Prendiamo un caffe? Capitolo 6 Pronto in tavola! Capitolo 7 Fare bella figura Capitolo 8 C'era una volta... Capitolo 9 Come ti senti? Capitolo 10 Buon viaggio! Capitolo 11 Quanto ne vuoi? Capitolo 12 Arredare la casa Capitolo 13 E finita la benzina! Capitolo 14 Uno spettacolo da non perdere! Capitolo 15 Chi fu Dante? Capitolo 16 Per chi voti? Capitolo 17 Fare domanda di lavoro Capitolo 18 La societa multiculturale
About Graziana Lazzarino
Graziana Lazzarino, a native of Genoa, received her Laurea cum laude from the University of Genoa and is currently Professor of Italian at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She has taught at numerous European schools and American colleges and universities, including Wellesley College, Middlebury College, Central Connecticut State College, and the University of Nebraska. She is also the lead author of In giro per l'Italia: A Brief Introduction to Italian, Da Capo, and Per tutti i gusti. She was knighted in June 2004 by the Italian government for her contribution to the teaching of Italian language and culture. Maria Cristina Peccianti, a native of Siena, received her Laurea from the University of Florence and currently teaches at the University for Foreigners of Siena. She has written and edited books on linguistic education, including Grammatica italiana per la scuola media and Italian as a second language, including Grammatica d'uso della lingua italiana. She was a co-author of the first and second editions of In giro per l'Italia: A Brief Introduction to Italian. Andrea Dini, a native of Prato, received his Laurea cum laude from the University of Florence and his Ph.D. in Italian Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a minor in Second-Language Acquisition. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Italian at Montclair State University. He was a co-author of the first and second editions of In giro per l'Italia: A Brief Introduction to Italian.