TABLE OF CONTENTS/INDICE

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ENGLISH LITERATURE AND HISTORY FOR STUDENTS

From The Origins to Renaissance

History

From The Origins to the Battle of Hastings

From The Beginning to The Roman Empire

From The Great Invasions to the Battle of Hastings

Literature

Anglo-Saxon Literature

Beowulf

The Middle Ages

History

The Middle Ages – part 1

The Middle Ages – part 2

Outline – The Middle Ages

Literature

Literature in the Middle Ages

Geoffrey Chaucer (approx. 1340-1400)

History

The Renaissance

The Tudor Dynasty

Literature

English Literature in the Renaissance

William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

From The Puritan Age to The Victorian Age

History

The Puritan Age (1625-1660)

The Restoration (1660-1685) and the Glorious Revolution (1688-1714)

The Augustan Age (1714-1760)

Outline of The Augustan Age

The Victorian Age (1830-1901)

Victorian’s Important Reforms

Literature

The Puritan Age

John Milton (1608-1674)

The Augustan Age

The Rise of the Middle Class and the Novel

Daniel Defoe (1660-1731)

Jonathan Swift (1667-1745)

Samuel Richardson (1689-1761)

Romanticism

The Romantic Age

The Early Romantic Age – Outline

Thomas Gray (1716-1771)

William Blake (1757-1827)

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851)

First Generation Romantic Poets – William Wordsworth and Samuel T. Coleridge

The Second Generation Romantic Poets

Jane Austen (1775-1817)

The Victorian Age

Charlotte and Emily Bronte

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)

From Modern Age to Present Times

History

The Twentieth Century

World War I and World War II

Literature

Literature in the Twentieth Century

Joseph Conrad (1857-1924)

Edward Morgan Forster (1879-1970)

George Orwell (1903-1950)

Virginia Woolf (1882-1941)

Orlando and A Room of One’s Own by V. Woolf – A More In-Depth Analysis

James Joyce (1882-1941)

GRAMMAR AND STUDY PROJECTS

First Year Program

The Present Tense – Summary Chart

Indefinite Pronouns

Prepositions

Modal Verbs:

May-Might, Can-Could

Modal Verbs: Must-Ought To

Modal Verbs: Will-Would, Shall-Should

The Past – Summary Chart (part 1)

The Future – Summary Chart

Making a Map to Learn  Geography and History 

Second Year Program

The Past – Summary Chart (part 2)

Novel Project – 2nd year Class

ENGLISH VERB TENSES – TEMPI VERBALI INGLESI

GRAMMAR REVIEW – ALL THE VERB TENSES

Parts of Speech – Grammar Review Charts

Third Year Program

Giotto tra Assisi e Padova/Giotto from Assisi to Padua

Fifth Year Program

Identità di genere: retaggio culturale millenario, lessico, costumi sociali e discriminazioni trasversali nel terzo millennio

SCUOLA

Riflessioni

UNA MODESTA PROPOSTA: IL 10 PER TUTTI!

LA SCUOLA E LE SUE IPOCRISIE

La scuola: classista o inclusiva?

Ministro Azzolina, no, così non va!

La scuola al tempo del corona virus

ORIENTAMENTO E LA RETORICA DEL MERCATO

Privatization of Public Schools for the Profit of the Few

In Principio fu l’autonomia scolastica

Esami di Stato 2019

SUI FATTI DEGLI STUDENTI DI PALERMO E IN SOLIDARIETA’ ALLA COLLEGA, LA PROFESSORESSA ROSA MARIA DELL’ARIA

GUELFI E GHIBELLINI: una polemica strumentale sullo sciopero del 17 maggio 2019

SCIOPERO DEL 17 MAGGIO 2019, L’ULTIMA CHIAMATA!

QUESTO SCIOPERO S’HA DA FARE – 17 MAGGIO 2019 –

Perché dico assolutamente no alle telecamere nelle classi scolastiche

Primo incontro pubblico sulla scuola

APPELLO PER LA SCUOLA PUBBLICA

Trent’anni di distruzione della scuola pubblica

Traduzione in italiano della “Lettera aperta a Andreas Schleicher, OCSE, Parigi

Response to Points Raised in Heinz-Dieter Meyer “Open Letter”

Traduzione in italiano della risposta ai punti sollevati nella Lettera Aperta di Heinz-Dieter Meyer

Riflessioni sulla scuola pubblica, parte 1^ – Autonomia scolastica

Riflessioni sulla scuola pubblica, parte 2^ – Offerta formativa

Riflessioni sulla scuola pubblica, parte 3^ – Valutazione e merito

Lo scandalo della “Buona scuola”

Esami di Stato

Le conseguenze della chiamata diretta dei dirigenti scolastici

Riflessione in merito all’allarme lanciato dai 600 docenti universitari

A volte ritornano…la scuola superiore in quattro anni

L’OCSE-PISA E IL DOGMA DEL NEOLIBERISMO CHE SOFFOCA L’ISTRUZIONE

SULLO SCANDALO DEI LICEI CLASSISTI

TO CLIL OR NOT TO CLIL

Sistemi di istruzione a confronto

Studiare all’estero: ciò che i media non dicono

Quattro anni di scuola superiore e materie facoltative al liceo: tra mito e realtà

Istruzione in Finlandia e Danimarca: due eccellenze invidiate in tutto il mondo

Istruzione in Austria e Germania – scuola inclusiva e scuola selettiva?

LE SCUOLE PUBBLICHE INGLESI SONO PRIVATE E PRESTIGIOSE

IL SISTEMA DI ISTRUZIONE INGLESE – La meritocrazia al comando

Schede di approfondimento

Simulazione seconda prova scritta per il liceo linguistico esame di stato 2019 – RIFLESSIONI

NORMATIVE

SEMINARIO NUOVO ESAME DI STATO a. s. 2018/19 – MESTRE (VE)

TEACHING EFL/DIDATTICA

Evaluation Grids

“The Wife of Bath”, G. Chaucer – HOMEWORK

Excerpts taken from “Othello”, W. Shakespeare

On the Puritan Age – HOMEWORK

“The Just-Created Adam”, J. Milton – HOMEWORK

Open Questions on “From the Origins to the Roman Empire” – HOMEWORK

Open Questions on “From the Great Invasions to the Battle of Hastings” – HOMEWORK

“Satan’s Speech” – “PARADISE LOST” (1667), J. Milton

“The Just-Created Adam” – “PARADISE LOST” (1667), J. Milton

Excerpt from Defoe’s “The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders” (1722)

“Molly Becomes a Thief”, D. Defoe – HOMEWORK

Gulliver in Brobdignag

Excerpt from “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte

Excerpt from “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte

Excerpt from “The Importance of Being Earnest” by O. Wilde

“The Chain-gang” – Heart of Darkness (1902), J. Conrad

“The horror!” – Heart of Darkness (1902), J. Conrad

Excerpt from “A Passage to India” (1924), E. M. Forster

Excerpt from “Animal Farm”, G. Orwell

Excerpt from “1984”, G. Orwell

Comparing Joyce’s and Woolf’s Stream of Consciousness Writing Technique

Excerpt from “Orlando” by V. Woolf

Beowulf Fights the Monster and Perishes

Open Questions on “Beowulf” – HOMEWORK

Open Questions on Feudalism – HOMEWORK

WAYS TO START A SENTENCE

HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY – part 1

HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY – part 2

Excerpt from “Treasure Island”, R. L. Stevenson

Second Generation Romantic Poets – Anthology

READINGS/LETTURE

LA SCUOLA CATTOLICA, E. Albinati

ALEKSANDRA KOLLONTAJ, Marxismo e femminismo nella rivoluzione russa, P. La Villa

ANNA KARENINA – Lev Tolstoj

TELEMACHIA – R. Calogiuri

THE BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES – Tom Wolfe

An Honor Student in the Bronx – an excerpt from – “The Bonfire of the Vanities” by T. Wolfe

L’urlo e il furore, William Faulkner

I leoni di Sicilia – la saga dei Florio, di Stefania Auci

TRANSLATIONS/TRADUZIONI

CLIL: SI’ O NO?

Traduzione catalogo della mostra su Albrecht Dürer alla National Gallery dal 24 marzo al 9 giugno 2013

UNCATEGORIZED

DONNE E POTERE

Riflessioni laiche sulle parole di un papa emerito

Come la politica divenne ostaggio del capitale

Evaluation Grids

Risposta a Roberto Vecchioni

IL MIO 8 MARZO E’ TUTTI I GIORNI

Umberto Eco e la polemica imbecille

Quello che resta

VIDEO LESSONS

First Year Course – Basic English

The Neutral Pronoun “IT” and spelling skills

PAST TENSES – Video Lesson n. 1 – Past Simple

PAST TENSES – Video Lesson n. 2 – Used To and Would

PAST TENSES – Video Lesson n. 3 – Past Continuous

Video Lesson n. 1 – Modal Verbs: Can/Could – May/Might

Video Lesson n. 2 Modal Verbs: Will/Would – Shall/Should – Must/Ought To

Second Year Course – Intermediate English

REPORTED SPEECH – Video Lesson n. 1 – Introduction to Reported Speech 

REPORTED SPEECH – Video Lesson n. 2 – More in Detail

How To Write A Professional Email

Third Year Course

Video lesson n. 1 on The Tudor Dinasty – Henry VII

Video Lesson n. 2 on The Tudor Dinasty – Henry VIII

Video Lesson n. 3 on The Tudor Dinasty – Edward VI and Mary I

Video Lesson n. 4 on The Tudor Dinasty – Elizabeth I

Video Lesson n. 1 – English Renaissance in Literature

VideoLesson n. 2 – English Literature in the Renaissance

Video Lesson n. 1 – William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Video Lesson n. 2 – William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Video Lesson n. 1 – Excerpts Taken From “Othello”, W. Shakespeare

Video Lesson n. 2 – Excerpts Taken From “Othello”, W. Shakespeare

Fifth Year Course

Video-lesson on George Orwell

Video-lesson n. 2 on George Orwell (1903-1950) – Biography

Video-lesson n. 3 on George Orwell (1903-1950) – “Animal Farm” (1945)

Video-lesson n. 4 on George Orwell (1903-1950) – “1984”

Video Lesson n. 0 INTRODUCTION TO ORWELLS’ EXCERPTS’ READINGS AND COMMENTARIES

Video-lesson n. 1 Excerpt and Commentary – “Animal Farm” (1945), G. Orwell

Video-lesson n. 2 Excerpt and Commentary – “Animal Farm” (1945), G. Orwell

Video Lesson n. 1 Reading and Commentary  of Excerpt from “1984” (1949), G. Orwell

Video Lesson n. 2 Reading and Commentary of Excerpt from “1984” (1949), G. Orwell.

Video Lesson n. 1 – V. Woolf, J. Joyce and The Stream of Consciousness

Video Lesson n. 2 – Virginia Woolf and The Stream of Consciousness

Video Lesson n. 3 – James Joyce and The Stream of Consciousness (part 1)

Video Lesson n. 4. – James Joyce and the themes of Paralysis and Epiphany

Video Lesson n. 1 – Comparing Virginia Woolf’s and James Joyce’s Stream of Consciousness

Video Lesson n. 2 – Comparing Virginia Woolf’s and James Joyce’s Stream of Consciousness

Video Lesson n. 3 – Comparing Virginia Woolf’s and James Joyce’s Stream of Consciousness

Video Lesson n. 4 – Comparing Virginia Woolf’s and James Joyce’s Stream of Consciousness

Video-lesson n.1 Women’s Twentieth Century – English Literature

Video-lesson n. 2 Women’s Twentieth Century – English Literature

Video-lesson n. 3 Women’s Twentieth Century – English Literature

VIDEOS

#10pertutti

PORTFOLIO

WOMEN’S TWENTIETH CENTURY – English Literature

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