© Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Let’s talk about ItalyLet’s talk about Italy
Francisco Rodriguez Ma...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010
As you know, my name is Francesco and IAs you know, my name is Fran...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Because of its shape, my countryBecause of its shape, my country
is...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
The correct answer is…The correct answer is…
Italian flag is green, white and red.
© Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Italy is surrounded by the sea,Italy is surrounded by the sea,
exce...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Many people from all over the world visit
Italy because of its important historical and
artist...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Maybe someone among you visited
Florence (Firenze)…
Florence’s Old Bridge (Ponte Vecchio)
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
or someone else has heard about Venice
(Venezia)..
In Venice, people use boats instead of cars!
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
I come from a Norther region called
Emilia-Romagna.
The region’s capital
is the city of
Bologn...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
BOLOGNA
As you can see, it’s a very ancient city!
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
My hometown is not Bologna, but a smaller
city called Ravenna, located on the
Eastern part of ...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
In Ravenna you can find many things…
Historical buildings
Natural areas like
pinewoods
(in Spa...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
And of course, as we are close to the sea
we have plenty of beaches
and an amusement park as w...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Besides its art and history, Italy is known for
its gastronomy.
Have you ever tasted typical I...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
I am sure that you said…
PIZZA
or
PASTA
or
SPAGHETTI
or
PARMESAN CHEESE (Parmigiano)!!!
But th...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
For example, my region’s traditional dish is called
“Piadina”.
Piadina is a sort of
thin bread...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Another typical dish from my area is home-made pasta
Usually we eat it on Sundays or holidays,...
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
…. But the result is quite good!
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
Are you hungry?
(=¿tenéis hambre?)
© Francesco Scudellari 2010
I am hungry too!
I think I will eat (=comer) something during the next break (=recreo)!
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  1. 1. © Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010 Let’s talk about ItalyLet’s talk about Italy Francisco Rodriguez Marín Institute (Osuna)Francisco Rodriguez Marín Institute (Osuna) – Bilingual Project– Bilingual Project Francesco ScudellariFrancesco Scudellari Comenius Assistant 2010/2011Comenius Assistant 2010/2011
  2. 2. © Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010 As you know, my name is Francesco and IAs you know, my name is Francesco and I come from Italy.come from Italy. Italy, like Spain, is part ofItaly, like Spain, is part of EuropeEurope::
  3. 3. © Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010 Because of its shape, my countryBecause of its shape, my country is also calledis also called the Boot (la Bota): HeelPoint A QUESTION:A QUESTION: Do you know the colours of Italy’sDo you know the colours of Italy’s flagflag??
  4. 4. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 The correct answer is…The correct answer is… Italian flag is green, white and red.
  5. 5. © Francesco Scudellari 2010© Francesco Scudellari 2010 Italy is surrounded by the sea,Italy is surrounded by the sea, except for its northen part: it’s aexcept for its northen part: it’s a peninsulapeninsula.. Like Spain, Italy is dividedLike Spain, Italy is divided into several parts, calledinto several parts, called regionsregions.. There are 20, and two of themThere are 20, and two of them (Sicily and Sardinia) are(Sicily and Sardinia) are islands.islands.
  6. 6. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 Many people from all over the world visit Italy because of its important historical and artistic heritage. Has anyone of you ever been in Italy? If so, which cities did you visit? A view of Rome (Roma) 
  7. 7. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 Maybe someone among you visited Florence (Firenze)… Florence’s Old Bridge (Ponte Vecchio)
  8. 8. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 or someone else has heard about Venice (Venezia).. In Venice, people use boats instead of cars!
  9. 9. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 I come from a Norther region called Emilia-Romagna. The region’s capital is the city of Bologna, which is best known for its ancient university (it was founded almost 1,000 years ago!)
  10. 10. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 BOLOGNA As you can see, it’s a very ancient city!
  11. 11. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 My hometown is not Bologna, but a smaller city called Ravenna, located on the Eastern part of the region, very close to the sea. Ravenna (I live here!) Bologna (the capital city)
  12. 12. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 In Ravenna you can find many things… Historical buildings Natural areas like pinewoods (in Spanish:pinares)
  13. 13. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 And of course, as we are close to the sea we have plenty of beaches and an amusement park as well, with a huge roller coaster! What’s the Spanish word for “roller coaster”?
  14. 14. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 Besides its art and history, Italy is known for its gastronomy. Have you ever tasted typical Italian food? Can you tell me the name of an Italian dish?
  15. 15. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 I am sure that you said… PIZZA or PASTA or SPAGHETTI or PARMESAN CHEESE (Parmigiano)!!! But they’re not the only typical dishes: every region has its traditional recipes.
  16. 16. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 For example, my region’s traditional dish is called “Piadina”. Piadina is a sort of thin bread, served hot (=caliente) and filled with everything you want, like: - Ham - Salami - Cheese - Vegetables Have you ever heard about “Piadina” before?
  17. 17. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 Another typical dish from my area is home-made pasta Usually we eat it on Sundays or holidays, because its preparation takes much time…  a woman preparing pasta at home!
  18. 18. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 …. But the result is quite good!
  19. 19. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 Are you hungry? (=¿tenéis hambre?)
  20. 20. © Francesco Scudellari 2010 I am hungry too! I think I will eat (=comer) something during the next break (=recreo)! THE END
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