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Discovering Italy (Online) – Friday evenings

Discovering Italy is an Italian language and civilization course designed for advanced students. It will cover various topics developed through written, oral, and vocabulary activities aimed at stimulating communication skills, expanding cultural knowledge related to Italy, and enriching vocabulary. The course comprises a total of 10 lessons, each lasting 2 hours.

This course is designed for High intermediate-Advanced speakers

What you will learn

  1. Fashion in Italy
    • Fashion over time
    • Interview with Cucinelli, the cashmere designer
    • Piero Tosi, a brilliant costume designer
  2. Naples amid Myths and Legends
    • Exploring the streets of Naples
    • San Gennaro, an international saint
    • Superstitions and suspended coffee
  3. Hidden Treasures
    • Ferrara and Vicenza
    • Three small Italian cities to discover
    • Pompeii
    • Castel del Monte, Puglia
  4. A Book for a Friend
    • Jhumpa Lahiri’s experience
    • A worldwide success: L’Amica Geniale
    • Literary awards: What are they?
  5. Italy and Food
    • Pizza
    • Street food
    • Food and the Italian language

Schedule

Friday evenings, FROM January 12 TO March 15, 2024

6:00 am-11:00 pm PST
10 weeks – Classes meet once a week on Zoom.

Course fee

Early Bird Rate 240$ (+5%GST) – available until December 31

260$ (+ GST) – available FROM January 1 TO January 20

 

Course Cancellations

Please note that the school administration may cancel courses at any time due to low enrolment. Upon cancellation, registrants will receive a full refund.
For any further info about our cancellation policy please visit Cancellation & Refund policy.

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Date

Feb 23 2024

Time

6:00 am - 8:00 pm

Cost

$240.00

Location

Online Class

Speaker

  • Sara Fera
    Sara Fera

    Sara was born and raised in the south of Italy, in the Campania region and studied in Naples at Federico II University. She holds a Master Degree in Social and Territorial Policies.

    Sara started to teach Italian at the University of Tennessee as volunteer for adults and young students. After three years, with her husband, they decided to move to the beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia where she teaches Italian in different schools.

    I am very happy to continue to teach and help students who are interested and love the Italian language and culture.

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