On Saturday, March 5, Edilingua will be hosting a “Window into Italian” or “Una finestra sull’italiano” in Rome!
This is the second annual event. In the inaugural year, Edilingua saw a great success around the conference dedicated to the teaching of Italian as a foreign or second language.
The event will be broken into two parts:
Morning: General session, featuring prominent teachers of Italian as a foreign language like Prof. Massimo Arcangeli, Donatella Troncarelli, and Edilingua founder, Telis Marin. This session will seek to offer a panorama on the trends and current research in the field.
Afternoon: Three sessions will take place, led by Edilingua authors, with practice labs focusing on the following topics:
-Teaching of Italian to children, immigrants, and adolescents
-Teaching in a digital age
-Italian for different sectors
-Italian through literature and drills
The conference will take place at the Centro Congressi Frentani, via dei Frentani 4. If you don’t happen to be in Rome, you can still participate. The conference will be livestreamed directly from their home page www.edilingua.it. Interested teachers or viewers need only go to their website–no registration necessary!
The following sessions will be shown:
The general assembly (9.00-13.00, Rome time)
The workshop from Session A (14.00-17.00, Rome time)
For more information, go to www.edilingua.it or write to Elena Vianello: email@example.com
The conference program, in Italian, is attached here.