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as 2009-2010 Programma d`Inglese VC Giannina Perrucchini
Ginnasio Marco Polo – a.s. 2009-2010
Giannina Perrucchini
Programma d’Inglese VC
Conoscenza di un lessico adeguato a vari contesti formali e informali
Conoscenza delle principali strutture grammaticali
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Tempi presenti (present tense, present continuous, duration form)
Tempi passati (present perfect simple past, past continuous)
Past perfect
Tempi futuri(will+base, present tense, to be going to, present continuous)
La struttura della frase e della domanda
Ausiliari (can/could; must; should; will; would; do, does,did)
Pronomi personali soggetto e complemento
Pronomi e aggettivi possessivi
Aggettivi riferiti a cibo, film, libri, città
Infinito e forma in –ing
Comparativi e superlativi
If + cong. + sogg.+ simple past
Forme composte
Doppia negazione
Used to
Much, many,a lot of, too much,too many, too, very
A few,a little, a few, some
What,which,who,whose,how much,how many, how long
Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms; lady/ladies; gentleman/gentlemen; sir, madam
Greetings
Hypothetical sentences
Phrasal verbs (see handout)
To make – to do (see handout)
Verbs + gerund (see handout)
Conoscenza delle principali funzioni comunicative
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Narrare eventi passati, chiedere/dare informazioni rispetto ad esperienze proprie o altrui
Chiedere, dare info. rispetto ad eventi/esperienze svoltesi in un momento preciso nel
passato
Parlare di fatti accaduti recentemente
Chiedere a qc di fare qualcosa/offrirsi di fare qualcosa
Parlare di azioni abituali passate
Definire cose/persone usando delle relative
Fare previsioni future
Esprimere la possibilità che accada qc.
Esprimere obbligo
Descrivere azioni iniziate nel passato e ancora in corso nel presente
Parlare di ciò che stava succedendo nel passato quando/ mentre
Esprimere condizioni/fare ipotesi
Dare/chiedere consigli/suggerimenti
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Scusarsi/fornire delle giustificazioni
Introduction to literature
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How to create a fairy tale (see handout)
Bird images: use of connotations and associations (see handout)
View of the following movies:
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The Gremlins
Impasse (Human Rights)
Glass Ceiling (Human Rights)
Strangers on a Train
Headway Intermediate
Secrets and Lies
Ref. : How to read a movie
Liceo Marco Polo – 2009 – 2010
Giannina Perrucchini
Programma d’ Inglese - 1 C -
The Medieval Drama:
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Public executions
The liturgy of the Christian Church
Mystery and miracle plays (contents, “actors”, the pageant, the time when they were
performed, how they were sponsored, etc.)
Morality plays
The wagons-on wheels
The interlude
The natural playhouses
The Globe theatre
William Shakespeare, King Lear:
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Plot
The fool
Characters: King Lear, Kent, Edmund, Goneril, Reagan, Cordelia
Themes: madness, betrayal, blindness, the storm
Language
The Elizabethan background (the ladder; the concept of hierarchy, humors, chain of being,
microcosm/macrocosm)
The Globe Playhouse
Christopher Marlowe, from Faustus : Faustus’s Rise and Fall
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Plot
A morality play
Basic features of the novel: concept of time, setting, the “hero” of the novel, the narrative technique,
The sense of reward and punishment, language, etc.
Joseph Addison: The rise of Journalism
• Women’s Hair-Style
Samuel Richardson from Pamela
• Virtue and Goodness
Henry Fielding: from Tom Jones
• A robbery
Daniel Defoe: from Robinson Crusoe
• It was vain to sit still
Daniel Defoe: from Moll Flanders
• Moll becomes a thief
Jonathan Swift: from A Modest Proposal
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It is a Melancholy Object
Jonathan Swift: from Gulliver’s Travels
• The inventory
• The Academy of Lagado
Lawrence Sterne: from The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy
• Technical innovations
View of
• King Lear (Peter Brook)
• King Lear (Godard)
• Impasse (Human Rights)
• Glass Ceiling (Human Rights)
Ref.: How to read a movie
Handouts on Immigration, School and Education
Liceo Marco Polo – 2009- 2010
Giannina Perrucchini
Programma d’Inglese - IIA
Basic features of the Literary Fantastic:
• Standard conventions, atmosphere, themes, characters, setting,..
• The Sublime
The Gothic literature
• In literature and in architecture
Edgar Allan Poe:
• The Fall of the House of Usher
• The Tell-Tale Heart
Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
• The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
John Keats:
• La Belle Dame Sans Mercy
Angela Carter, The Werewolf
The features of realistic discourse
• John Updike, from Rabbit, Run
Linguistic analysis of
• William Butler Yeats, The Second Coming
• Carl Sandburg, The Harbour
• Ezra Pound, Women Before a Shop
• Ted Hughes, Hawk Roosting
• Sylvia Plath, Mirror
• T.S. Eliot, A Game of Chess
Reading of Eugène Ionesco’s The Lesson
• Focus on contents and language
• Critical reception
View of
• The Fall of the House of Usher
• Dracula
• Frankenstein
• The Innocents
• Wuthering Heights
• Impasse (Human Rights)
• Glass Ceiling (Human Rights)
• Mrs. Dalloway
Ref. : How to read a movie
Handouts on Education, Immigration
Liceo Marco Polo – 2009-2010
Giannina Perrucchini
Programma d’Inglese – IIC
Basic features of the Literary Fantastic:
• Standard conventions, atmosphere, themes, characters, setting,..
• The Sublime
The Gothic literature
• In literature and in architecture
Edgar Allan Poe:
• The Fall of the House of Usher
• The Tell-Tale Heart
Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
• Romantic features
• Language texture
• Summary of the seven parts
T. S Eliot, Murder in the Cathedral
• Plot
• The Chorus
• The role of the priests
• The tempters
• Christmas’s sermon
• Fucus on language
Jane Austen, from Pride and Prejudice
Mary Shelley’s from Frankenstein
Charlotte Bronte, from Jane Eyre
Emily Bronte, from Wuthering Heights
Charles Dickens, from Hard Times
Robert Louis Stevenson from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Herman Melville’s Bartleby the Scrivener
View of
• The Fall of the House of Usher
• Frankenstein
• Becket
• Impasse (Human Rights)
• Glass Ceiling (Human Rights)
• The Innocents
Ref. How to read a movie
Handouts on Education

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