CLIL @ Mengaroni: from Chaucer to Poetry Slam

The starting point for the activity was the reading of some passages from Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and Boccaccio’s Decameron. After an initial introduction to the historical and cultural context students were asked to point out the similarities and differences between these two works regarding both the structure and the content. In order to involve…

Global Warming

We are the class 1A of Liceo Linguistico Mamiani and we carried out a project that deals with the environment, its problems and what we can do to solve them. We watched Leonardo di Caprio’s documentary “Before the Flood”, so we decided, with our English teacher Donnini and our history-geography teacher Santini, to make a…

CLIL Teachers @ Work

Last school year our CLIL teachers took part in a teacher development course organized at Liceo Mengaroni by Inlingua School of English. Here are the photos of their final session where they put into practice what they learnt.

More Stories from Urbino

The idea Many object covered by dust in the twilight of one early morning of March. I never payed attention to the differences and at the same time similarities between the work made by man’s hands and mind. I was struck by the idea that man’s development was due to an interaction so well expressed…

Landscapes

Working with the E-Clil project has been an educational challenge both for the teachers and the students of the class IV B of the Liceo Linguistico Mamiani. It has enabled us to plan and teach with a multiple focus that is vital to the successful integration of content and language; it has also enabled students…

From Photo to Story – Scuola del Libro

Students from classes IV E and IV B of the Scuola del Libro in Urbino showcase their work: short stories inspired by their photos of the historic centre of Urbino, UNESCO Heritage site. A boy, angry with the world, like all the young people, ends up in a road and he begins to give kicks…

Living under a Dictatorship: Imaginary (and real) Interviews

Students of class 5B CAT, after having read Animal Farm by G.Orwell, divided into groups, wrote some interviews. We report four here. They tried to identify themselves with young people of their age who lived under a dictatorship. They guessed how the life of a guy, who can no longer express his ideas freely, could be….

More Favs from Urbania

Conan the Barbarian: the Jewels of Gwahlur Conan the Barbarian is a mercenary, in fact he does what kings tell him to do. Conan is always in search of very valuable ancient treasures but he could not take them even after lot of attempts. Conan in this adventure must try to get the jewels of Gwahlur before…

Urbania: Luca Pacioli

Who said that bookkeeping has to be boring? Not for us! Watch our presentation to learn about Fra Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli, the father of double-entry bookkeeping, and discover the story behind the practice. Class 3A Omnicomprensivo “Della Rovere” Urbania

Urbania: Meet Class 5 Sia

Hi everybody, We are the class 5° Sia of the Istituto Omnicomprensivo “Della Rovere” of Urbania, We are 13 lively students, who love taking part in numerous activities; for example we classified first at the competition “High School Game” for two years. Now we would like to test our abilities with the Clil Project hoping…

Welcome! CLIL @ S. Marta Pesaro

This is the video which shows a simulation of our project. We began our work by reading some of the books on geographical topics, then we arranged a role-play at the reception desk of our school and finally we told some interesting stories about some of the streets in Pesaro. We really enjoyed the experience because…