Grade 7 Italian – Geography Unit

23 01 2014
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7A Italian student points to Italy which has the shape of “uno stivale” (a boot)

 

Grade seven Italian students have recently completed a unit on the geography of Italy. Using wall maps, handouts and a map of Italy in their text books as references, students have labeled in Italian their own maps. They completed a regional map naming the twenty regions of Italy and their capital cities.

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A 7C Italian student shows the location of the Apennines, a mountain range nicknamed “la spina d’Italia” (the spine of Italy)

 

Next, students labeled a map of Italy with the names of bordering countries and seas, mountains, volcanoes, rivers, lakes, islands, cities and two republics.

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7A Italian student is holding her map of the regions of Italy and their capitals

As a culminating activity, students labeled a world map in order to better appreciate the fact that, despite the small size of the country, Italy has made a big impact on world culture.

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7A Italian student indicates the location of Sicilia (Sicily), the largest region of Italy

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7A Italian student displays his map of Italy with labels for the bordering countries and seas and other geographical features

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7C student is holding her world map with continents, oceans and three countries labeled in Italian

 

 

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