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Singing in Class in Italy

One day we took a break from the traditional classroom way of learning Italian and instead furthered our knowledge of Italian culture by singing traditional Italian songs. Along with improving our vocabulary in a cheerful way, it was a great bonding experience.

When the variety of instruments we had no experience playing were implemented into our singing and we were asked to play along with the music, it provided a very humorous scene and led to teachers from around the school being drawn to our class to witness this hilarious event.

As much fun as it was, it was a great example of how music and entertainment is a valuable way to improve learning a language. It also introduced us to music that we may not have otherwise been exposed to living in America.

– The above post was contributed by Evan Llewelyn, who studied abroad in Sorrento, Italy during the summer of 2015 with ISA High School. 

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