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  1. GROUP 2 - PODCAST ROMEO & JULIET: A FATAL LOVE STORY OR A COURTLY LOVE STEREOTYPE?

  2. WHAT AND HOW • TASK: Produce a podcast; • OBJECTIVES: Discussabout Shakespeare’s tragedy “Romeo & Juliet”, by creating an englishlesson; • MATERIALS: Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet”, teacher’sanalysis, text book (Performer – Culture & Literature 1 + 2), online reviewsand encyclopedias; • TYPE OF TEXTSANALYSED: theatraltragedy, reviews, televisionand movies; • METHODOLOGY: individualanalysisabout the theme and group work (collaborative work);

  3. WHY • LANGUAGE SKILLS: speaking, reading, discussing, writing, listening; • KNOWLEDGE AND STUDY: structure of a theatraltragedy, textual and structuralanalysis, criticalinterpretation of resources, spoken and written production; • ICT SKILLS: Audio File (podcast), PowerPoint, Web Surfing, Word; • FINAL OBJECTIVE /COMPETENCE: writing an argumentative text and produce an audio file;

  4. BASIC SKILLS LEARNING SKILLS • brainstorming, • comprehension, • textualanalysis, • groupdiscussion, • criticalthinking, • gathering and selectionofideas, • planning, • writing, • organising, • generating a PowerPoint presentation, • speaking.

  5. FEEDBACK • We have become more aware of the lengths that some people will go to for love; • We have discovered that not much has changed through the centuries regarding tragic love stories; • Wehavelearnt to compare differentpoints of viewon the samesubject, distinguishingbetweenfatal love stories and courtly love stereotypes; • Wehaveimprovedourenglishskills;

  6. BIBLIOGRAFY • “Performer – Culture & Literature 1+2” Marina Spiazzi, Marina Tavella, Margaret Layton • “Romeo & Juliet” William Shakespeare • www.wikipedia.com • www.britannica.com • www.aiart.org

  7. CREDITS • BERTOSSI Melanie Jade • COZZOLINO Michele • FERRAZZO Michael • MAZZA Lorenzo • POLONIO Giulia