Test Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 9:30 am Location: Pepperdine University-Int’l Studies Bldg.-Pendleton Learning center, room #157 Regular Fee: $110
To complete the Italian CSET, which serves to establish core competency in Italian for a single-subject credential in California, candidates must register for, and pass TWO separate sub tests: the cultural sub test I & II (General Linguistics, Literature, History, Geography and Culture), and the language sub test III (Oral and written competency).
Fondazione Italia is an Italian Assessor Agency that has been approved to administer ONLY the language sub test III (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) of the Italian CSET, and report those results back to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC).
It is the candidates’ responsibility to make sure they have registered for and completed the cultural sub test I & II through the CCTC website. The cultural sub test portion of the Italian CSET administered by the CCTC during the following 4-week testing windows from Apr. 15–May 12, 2019. To schedule an appointment with the CCTC for the cultural sub-test click here.
Un interessante Online Workshop “New approaches to Italian teaching on the East and West coasts” con speakers della California State University–Long Beach, Montclaire State University, e New Jersey Public Schools, per il prossimo Sabato 23 Febbraio 2019.
Taught entirely in Italian, this high intermediate to pre-advanced level course is geared towards motivated high school students taking the AP® Italian Language and Culture exam on May 15, 2019.
Students meet in a virtual classroom for two hours a week for 16 weeks and are expected to devote an additional 3-5 hours a week to complete assignments from the book Ace the AP® Italian Exam. AP® Italian Exam prep course students learn to master authentic material, explore the six themes required by the College Board, become familiar with the exam structure, and take practice tests. The instructor assigns and reviews homework, gives direction and suggestions, and provides explanations and ongoing support to students.
Course is offered by Fondazione Italia under the auspices of the Consulate General of Italy.
January 16 to May 8, 2019 (16 Wednesdays – no class Apr. 17) 6:00 – 8:00 pm PST Course Fee: $400 –$30 off if enrolling by December 31, 2019 – That’s 16 2-hour classes for only $23 per class!