Vocabolario Greco Italiano

Autore: Lorenzo Rocci
Editore: Dante Alighieri
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Vocabolario Greco Italiano Ed Italiano Greco Preceduto Dai Rudimenti Della Lingua Greca Autore Il Prete Francesco Fontanella

Autore: Francesco Fontanella
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Translation And Language Education

Autore: Sara Laviosa
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1317654617
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"The revival of translation as a means of learning and teaching a foreign language and as a skill in its own right is becoming a reality in undergraduate as in postgraduate degree programmes. The main reasons for this remarkable comeback lie in recent changes in Applied Linguistics such as the support for the use of the L1 in foreign language learning, the development of the ecological approach to the study of language and second language acquisition as well as an interest in glossodiversity and semiodiversity in our increasingly globalized world. This book examines the ebb and flow of the role of pedagogic translation starting with the Grammar Translation Method and concluding with the more recent ecological approaches to Foreign Language Education. Drawing on the convergence between the view of language and translation embraced by ecologically-oriented educationalists such as Claire Kramsch (2009) and the theoretical underpinnings of the holistic approach to translating culture proposed by Maria Tymoczko (2007), this volume puts forward a holistic pedagogy that harmonizes the teaching of language and translation in the same learning environment. The goal is to form multilingual subjects with deep translingual and transcultural competence. This entails the ability to critically reflect on the world and ourselves through the eyes of another language and culture. "--

Vocabolario Del Nuovo Testamento Greco Italiano

Autore: Giuliano Vigini
Editore: Paoline
ISBN: 9788831525138
Grandezza: 23,70 MB
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Homo S Piens

Autore: Margaret Maggitti
Editore: Lampi di stampa
ISBN: 8848814573
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Come aiutare l'Homo [email protected] a crescere e a vivere pienamente in una cultura consumistica e globalizzata che ostacola la realizzazione della sua potente umanità? Il testo, rivolgendosi ai genitori e agli insegnanti, ma anche agli adulti consapevoli della loro responsabilità verso i giovani, restituisce valore alla pedagogia in quanto scienza sociale dell'educazione ad essere e alla filosofia in quanto scienza dell’essere umani. Temi di inquietante attualità vengono trattati con realismo professionale, lucidità concettuale, chiarezza terminologica e appassionata speranza da Margaret Maggitti, Sabrina De Clemente, Maria Elena Rotilio, Olga Di Loreto, Nicoletta Maggitti e Sara Reginella. Un’opera filosofica, pedagogica, psicologica, ma, prima di tutto, umana.

Sopravvivere All Evoluzione

Autore: Mario Papadia
Editore: libreriauniversitaria.it Edizioni
ISBN: 8862924151
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Approaches To The History And Dialectology Of Arabic

Autore: Manuel Sartori
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9004325883
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In this volume, leading researchers in their fields present their reflections on Arabic, and more broadly Semitic languages, as well as their insights on those language systems and representations.

Bibliografia Italiana

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Vocabolario Italiano Et Greco Nel Quale Si Contiene Come Le Voci Italiane Si Dicano In Greco Volgare Composto Dal P Girolamo Germano Della Compagnia Di Giesu

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Farms Factories And Families

Autore: Anthony V. Riccio
Editore: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438452314
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Documents the rich history of Italian American working women in Connecticut, including the crucial role they played in union organizing. Often treated as background figures throughout their history, Italian women of the lower and working classes have always struggled and toiled alongside men, and this did not change following emigration to America. Through numerous oral history narratives, Farms, Factories, and Families documents the rich history of Italian American working women in Connecticut. As farming women, they could keep up with any man. As entrepreneurs, they started successful businesses. They joined men on production lines in Connecticut’s factories and sweatshops, and through the strength of the neighborhood networks they created, they played a crucial role in union organizing. Empowered as foreladies, union officials, and shop stewards, they saved money for future generations of Italian American women to attend college and achieve dreams they themselves could never realize. The book opens with the voices of elderly Italian American women, who reconstruct daily life in Italy’s southern regions at the turn of the twentieth century. Raised to be caretakers and nurturers of families, these women lived by the culturally claustrophobic dictates of a patriarchal society that offered them few choices. The storytellers of Farms, Factories, and Families reveal the trajectories of immigrant women who arrived in Connecticut with more than dowries in their steam trunks: the ability to face adversity with quiet inner strength, the stamina to work tirelessly from dawn to dusk, the skill to manage the family economy, and adherence to moral principles rooted in the southern Italian code of behavior. Second- and third-generation Italian American women who attended college and achieved professional careers on the wings of their Italian-born mothers and grandmothers have not forgotten their legacy, and though Italian American immigrant women lived by a script they did not write, Farms, Factories, and Families gives them the opportunity to tell their own stories, in their own words. “Anthony Riccio’s collection of women’s oral histories is an extremely valuable addition to the growing literature regarding Italian American women’s lives. The detail in which these women speak about their work lives as charcoal burners, clay kneaders, cheese makers, union organizers—one had her ribs broken—adds a much needed dimension to an understanding of Italian American women. This volume is filled with thoughtful reflections ranging from Mussolini to issues of social justice. Riccio has unleashed from these women dramatic and sometimes harrowing stories never before heard, or perhaps even imagined.” — Carol Bonomo Albright, Executive Editor of Italian Americana and coeditor of American Woman, Italian Style: Italian-Americana’s Best Writings on Women “What comes more naturally to the elderly but to reminisce? Riccio helps us eavesdrop on the first-person oral narratives of some of our earliest immigrants. We are grateful to him.” — Luisa Del Giudice, editor of Oral History, Oral Culture, and Italian Americans “I have long awaited a book like this: a history of Italian American women, in which they themselves are the narrators of their own lives. We hear from women without formal education; women who were workers, migrants, and mothers; women whose stories were often not valued enough to enter into the historical record, much less the archives. This beautifully conceived history is both a testament and a tribute to all working-class and im/migrant families and communities.” — Jennifer Guglielmo, author of Living the Revolution: Italian Women’s Resistance and Radicalism in New York City, 1880–1945