The Anthea Bell Prize for Young Translators run by The Queen's College, Oxford includes Italian for the first time in 2021-22. Click on the image above for full details.
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Italian Teachers Day 2022
Plans are afoot for the fourth Italian Teachers Day to be held in London on 5th March 2022
Details to follow
The Italian Cultural Institute in London is arranging an amazing variety of events in this period, so do sign up for its newslettter and explore its Vimeo channel for material from past events. Some may be of interest to students such as an interview with Carofiglio and a discussion about Il giardino dei Finzi Contini. See also links to short videos of 'new Italian' performers here.
Show this to students thinking of Italian at Uni?
"An online magazine about all things Italian, for all lovers of Italy and Italian culture. Inspired by our years abroad in Italy," from Durham University students.
2021 is the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri. There are bound to be numerous celebrations and events to mark this year. Here are some ideas for you or for your students:
Audio/Video for (advanced) listening work
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Materiali didattici produced by Adalgisa Serio and Anna Maria Sheikh at CDLCI in Manchester with a wealth of teaching and revision materials for Primary, GCSE and AS level. Suitable links have been put on individual thematic pages throughout this site.