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Italian II class holding up their food

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   Italian II decided to turn a part of their project into eating delicious Italian treats. On Thursday, March 23, the Italian II class took a trip down to the cafe to eat different Italian foods that each student made. According to Kaila Timko, the class has been learning about how to give commands. Instead of doing a regular traditional project like a Powerpoint or poster, their teacher, Ms. Iacono, assigned a project to have each student make an Italian food and write the recipe in Italian commands.

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Felicia Terinoni holding her homemade Nutella Pizza

   Felicia Terinoni ’19 and Kaila Timko ’19 both said that they enjoyed working on the project, and they had a lot of fun with it. “It wasn’t too hard or too easy,” Kaila Timko ’19 stated. Each student had to bring a homemade food to share with the class. The assignment gave the students a choice of taking a video of themselves making their food and including a voice over of themselves giving instructions of how to make the food. On Monday, March 27 each student presented their videos or Powerpoints and recipes to the class. Felicia Terinoni said that she had a lot of fun working on the video of her baking her Nutella Pizza. It almost looked like an Italian buffet on March 23 on the back table in the cafe, with all the different Italian foods the students brought. There was pasta, cannolis, cannoli balls, gnocchis, risotto,

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Different Italian foods

nutella pizza, cream soda, and cappuccinos.

   Although this project was worth a grade, it allowed the students to have fun while learning about commands. Felicia Terinoni ’19 said after working on the project she understands the lesson even better than she had before.

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Olive Twum-Danso is a senior at Padua. She has been here all 4 years and enjoys it here. She has been running track since freshman year. Olive likes going...

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