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  • -I was born in Palermo, Sicily.\n-My family and I moved to the US when I was only 2 years old. \n-They were in search of better jobs.\n-Leaving Sicily did not mean that we were leaving our culture behind. \n-We brought it with us and it is a major part of my life. \n\n
  • -Beautiful Italy is known today for the true quality of its clothes, cars, and cuisine. \n-The city of Milan is a major stop on the international fashion trail.\n-Ferrari and Fiat are among the world’s top automakers.\n-Italian pizza and pasta are common daily meals for people in many countries.\n\n
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  • -The famous artist Leonardo da Vinci\n-Mona Lisa\n
  • -And another famous artist, Michelangelo Buonarroti\n-Painted the Sistine Chapel\n-Rome\n-The David Sculpture \n-Florence\n
  • -Famous composers\n
  • -Founder of America, was the Italian explorer: Christopher Columbus\n-Famous Italian scientist who invented the telescope was Galileo Galilei.\n
  • -Italy is a long, thin peninsula surrounded by 4 seas.\n-Ligurian, Tyrrhenian, Ionian, and Adriatic.\n-The Alps are in the north of Italy and the Apennines run along the center, almost looking like it splits the boot in half.\n-These landforms determine the areas of tourism, activities, and work.\n-Let’s take a look at each landform.\n\n
  • -Northern Italy.\n-35% of italy contains mountains that are over 2,500 feet tall.\n-2 mountain ranges in italy are the Alps and Apennines. The Alps are the tallest mountains in Italy.\n-The mountains shield the Italian Riviera and the lake district from extreme temperatures.\n-The western edge of the Alps is the source of Italy’s most important rive, the Po.\n\n\n
  • -Principal plains region, Italy’s flattest and most fertile stretch of land.\n-Po Valley contains Italy’s most productive farmland.\n-Much of which is devoted to growing grain, especially rice, corn, and wheat. \n-Also Italy’s industrial center.\n
  • -The largest city in the Po Valley \n-Center of Italy’s shipbuilding and birthplace of Christopher Columbus.\n\n
  • -The Adriatic Sea is another tourist center.\n-Lies to the right of the boot.\n
  • -On the Adriatic Sea is another tourist center.\n-Built on 118 islands, this romanic city is noted for its art and architecture.\n-Gondolas\n
  • -Milan is Italy’s second largest city\n-Also located on plains regions\n-The country’s financial and commercial capital.\n-Richest city.\n-Duomo di Milano\n\n
  • -Important business center and home to Fabbrica Italiana de Automobili Torino (Fiat)\n\n
  • -Southern Italy\n-Rugged terrain of the Apennines\n
  • -Farms grow beans, wheat, olives, and grapes used to produce Chianti wines.\n
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    1. 1. ITALIAN CULTURE By: Elisa Vetranohttp://image.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2008/04/29/rome460x276.jpg
    2. 2. THESISThe Italian culture is known throughout theworld as one of the healthiest lifestylesbecause of the great passion for life itself,the strong social connection with family andfriends, and the value of the simplicity in life.
    3. 3. PERSONAL RELEVANCEhttp://1.bp.blogspot.com/_o47PZo0_Y8g/TVCHlOiZl5I/AAAAAAAAHFE/LQ3t6470XGI/s1600/ Amalfi-Coast-Campania-Italy.jpg http://www.corporateconferences.co.uk/italy.php
    4. 4. http://www.browsewallpapers.com/files/ferrari-logo-brands-5652.jpghttp://clothingbrands24.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Milan-fashion-week-tunes-out-the-British-royal-wedding-buzz.jpg http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2008/07/02_ferrari_cali_s_450op.jpg http://lagunamarhotel.com/images/pizza.jpg http://images.forbes.com/media/2009/07/06/01_Pasta-with-Tomato-Sauce.jpg
    5. 5. 2 Main Influences on the Italian Culture Historical figures Geography
    6. 6. Leonardo da Vinci http://www.hschamberlain.net/kant/leonardo.jpghttp://www.artchive.com/artchive/l/leonardo/monalisa.jpg
    7. 7. MichelangeloBounarroti http://www.finearttips.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/MichelangeloDavid.jpghttp://travellersdata.com/data/imagecache/main/italy/michelangelo-buonarroti-1475-1564.jpg http://www.italianvisits.com/people/michelangelo/images/michelangelo-sistine_chapel.jpg
    8. 8. Giuseppe Verdi Giacomo Puccinihttp://www.opera-rara.com/media/attributeimages/Verdi.jpg http://img.listal.com/image/40981/600full-giacomo-puccini.jpg
    9. 9. Christopher Columbus Galileo Galileihttp://www.columbusnavigation.com/pictures/ccport2.jpgGalileo’s Telescope http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/d/d4/20050719015343!Justus_Sustermans_- _Portrait_of_Galileo_Galilei,_1636.jpg http://www.universetoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/180px-galileos_telescope.jpg
    10. 10. HOW DOES GEOGRAPHY AFFECT CULTURE? HTTP://CMAPS.CMAPPERS.NET/RID=1H3CDN7VZ-21P4ZX1-BK/MAPA%20FISICO%20ITALIA.GIF
    11. 11. ALPS http://www.wallpaper-free.eu/travel-holiday/austria/alps005_1024x768.jpg
    12. 12. Po Valley http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_iTiwjuNd-nQ/SwmHOZYuO2I/AAAAAAAABPc/6iO7ACAsCC8/s1600/castello2.jpg
    13. 13. Genoahttp://www.dansailing.com/images/ligure11.jpg
    14. 14. Adriatic Seahttp://www.sti.com.ua/images/menu/20101217141105551785.jpg
    15. 15. Venicehttp://ewh.ieee.org/reg/8/cms/images/stories/photos/Venice-Gondola.jpg
    16. 16. Milanhttp://gentearte.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/El-gotico-flamigero.jpg
    17. 17. Turin
    18. 18. • farms
    19. 19. Videos• Imbed videos• Will break up some of your information and speaking.
    20. 20. Application Component• Describe in detail your application component• Multiple slides• Use pictures, videos, etc• 8-15 minutes
    21. 21. Class Activity• Something creative and fun• 5 min or more• 5 points
    22. 22. Works Cited• Not bulleted• 2 slides•
    23. 23. Conclusion• What did you learn?

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