Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Info about blogs on the Italian language

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 25 March 2010)

Here are some links about blogs on the Italian language:


  • Best Italian Websites – Jim Becker, Professor Emeritus, University of Northern Iowa – Source: web site
  • Janet's Abruzzo Edublog – "I would like to post my thoughts on ELT issues, share some of my own lesson ideas for learners and teachers of English to use and to keep up to date with modern trends by following leading ELT specialists via their blogs. I would also like to write about life in the spectacularly beautiful region of Abruzzo." – Source: web site
  • MAGAZINES PLUS! – "RESOURCES" – Source: Mary Glasgow Magazines – "Teenage subjects for teenage language learners"
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This blog entry is dedicated to the spring semester class, 2010 of young women attending the "first faculty-led" 2010 session of Meredith College Study Abroad, Italy program of Meredith College, Raleigh, NC. This program is located at Palazzo Alberti in the city of Sansepolcro which is in the province of Arezzo in the region known as Tuscany AKA Toscana. My wife, Martha, who is a Meredith College graduate and I will have the opportunity today to visit Palazzo Alberti. We will have the pleasure and honor to meet these young women (Gianna, Hilary, Jessica, Kayley, Kelsey, Kimberlee, Lilly, Megan and Shannon) along with Dr. Betty Webb, Director of International Programs and her husband, Mr. John Rose, Dr. Janice Swabb and her husband, Ed, whom teaches the Natural History of Italy course, Miss Rebekah Williams, Residence Director and the local support staff. We met Signora Sara Andreini, Associate Director of Meredith in Italy on a previous visit,

That's it for Wednesday, 24 March 2010: mercoledì, 24 marzo 2010

Ciao, Ben

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(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 25 March 2010)

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