Da capo

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This Seventh Edition of the best-selling intermediate Italian text, DA CAPO, reviews and expands upon all aspects of Italian grammar while providing authentic learning experiences (including new song and video activities) that provide students with engaging ways to connect with Italians and Italian culture. Following the guidelines established by the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning, DA CAPO develops Italian language proficiency through varied features that accommodate a variety of teaching styles and goals. The Seventh Edition emphasizes a well-rounded approach to intermediate Italian, focusing on balanced acquisition of the four language skills within an updated cultural framework.
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About the author (2010)

Antonio Morena is a graduate of Middlebury College (BA / MA) and has received a Laurea from the University of Florence. In September 2008 he received his PhD from Harvard University (Department of Romance Languages & Literatures). He is currently an adjunct lecturer at Bentley College and has been teaching at the Harvard Extension School since 2003. During the summer he is a visiting professor at the Middlebury College Italian School.

Donatella Melucci was born and raised in Italy. She earned her Laurea in Lingue e Letterature Straniere from the University of Bari, Italy, and received a doctorate in English Rhetoric/Composition & Linguistics from Arizona State University where she taught for many years. She is now a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Her field of specialization is methodologies for teaching Italian as a second/foreign language. Her studies have also focused on the use of technology in foreign language classes.

Annamaria Moneti was born and raised in Italy. She received a Laurea di Dottore in Lettere from the Università di Roma. She has had extensive teaching experiences at Liceo Classico,Italy; Université II, Geneva, Switzerland; Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. Moneti has authored two volumes of Conversazioni in Italiano and is a co-author of the AMICI series. She serves as a consultant for the New York State Education Department, and is a member of the Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for International Scholars, and PHI SIGMA IOTA, International Foreign Languages Honor Society.

Graziana Lazzarino is Professor of Italian at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is a native of Genoa, received her Laurea from the University of Genoa, and has taught at various European schools and American colleges and universities. She is also the author of In giro per l'Italia: A Brief Introduction to Italian, Da capo: A Review of Grammar, and Per tutti i gusti.

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