"The English CLIL, that stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning, is a project refered to the 7th grade classes, to learn more in-depth the English language. The CLIL is a project that concentrates on the highter grades students, that are chosen by our dear teacher, Falcone Orietta. In all of the CLIL project we speaked and talked in english, to have a full-immersion into the couse. In this case the CLIL project is dedicated to the geography of the USA. Each of us choose a state of USA and we tried to represent a tourism agency. We put a lot of effort on creating the works here present. We really appreciate the work that our teacher, Falcone Orietta, put into this project to make us learn more about the USA State." At the end of every project there is a gallery, you need to click in it to display the photos.
a. Walt Disney World b. Imortant Myth c. Tourism d. Biscayne notional park
a. Tourism b. Sports c. Las Vegas d. Reno
a. The meaning b. The flag c. The food d. Missisipi's capital e. The longest river in the USA f. The Famous actor g. Baton Rouge Capitol h. Hard Rock
Arizona is not famous for its cities but for its natural resources
The Grand Canyon is an immense gorge created by the Colorado River in northern Arizona and is considered one of the most beautiful and famous natural wonders in the world. The first European to sight the Grand Canyon was the Spaniard García López de Cárdenas, who in 1540 left New Mexico in search of the mysterious river that the Hopi Indians were talking about. However, long before these discoveries, the area was already inhabited by Native Americans who built their settlements within the canyon walls. The Grand Canyon, which is actually an extensive system of connected canyons, is not the largest nor the deepest canyon in the world, but it is considered valuable for the combination of size, depth and exposure of the colorful stratifications of rocks that date back to the Precambrian period.
Imposing rocks rise in the red desert. Monument Valley is one of the most enchanting places in the world. Everyone has already seen her in some movies or photos; located north-east of the Grand Canyon you will fall in love with its boundless landscapes of its fuchsia-colored sunsets. We are in the Navajo Nation and only Indians live in these areas.
The Grand Canyon
Do you want to stay in a luxury hotel overlooking the desert? Come to Arizona! Tucson is a beatiful city set in the Sonoran Desert and surrounded by mountains. At the second largest city in Arizona. It has many cultural attractions, as well as historcal Sities and natural areas to usy,but it’s primarily the warm dry climate that attracts Tourists and snowbirds to the area. Basking in the sun or lounging by a pool at one of TUCSON LUXURY RESORTS.The city is home to interesting museum,historical sities,great shopping and Dining. The surrounding mountains and desert provide a playground for people looking for things to do outdoors, with beatiful parks wonderful hiking trails, biking trails, campground and much more. Famous food. Famous foods from Arizona include traditional foods such as prickly pear, mesquite pod, and Navajo-Churro sheep, which are the oldest surviving breed of sheep in the United States. Other famous Arizona foods are locally grown fruits and vegetables such as chillies, tomatillos, jicama, and dates. Arizona is also home to the first McDonald's, which was opened by Maurice and Richard McDonald. In 1953, the brothers founded the McDonald's franchise.
Do you want to taste one of the best american chocolates? Well, then come and discover the worders of the state of washington.
The State of Washington is a nature lovers dream. The natural scenery in the state is some of the most breath taking and inspiring in the entire United States. The terrain is diverse and includes the Hoh Rain Forest, volcanoes (both dormant and recently destructive) forests, and islands. The cities in Washington are as impressive as the nature and include Seattle, the state’s largest city, and Olympia, the state’s capital. There are a great number of national parks in Washington some well known and others less so but all are equally impressive and worth a trip.
LET’S SEE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL TOURIST PLACES TO SEE!
1. OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK The Olympic National Park in Port Angeles is a great place to enjoy the nature on offer in the state of Washington. Within the park there are mineral springs and cool clear water for natural swimming as well as accommodation in comfortable lodges.The park is the perfect place to escape from the busy city and enjoy the serenity of the great outdoors.
2. MOUNT RAINER NATIONAL PARK Another National Park and another must visit sport for nature lovers; Mount Rainer has attracted tourists from far and wide since opening its first visitor center in 1880.As well as the beautiful scenery, outdoor enthusiasts also have plenty of activities to keep them entertained here including fishing, climbing, hiking and cross country skiing in the winter.
3. SEATTLE CENTER The Seattle Center has a lot to offer visitors with a mix of parks and attractions. It was originally built for the Century 21 Exposition in 1962 but it still plays host to many notable performances and events in the city throughout the year. There are a great number of things to see in this area including the SciFi Museum, The Pacific Science Center and the Intiman Theatre to name only a few.
NOW LET'S DISCOVER THE TYPICAL FOODS OF THIS GREAT STATE! 1.THE CHOCOLATE
Based in Seattle, Theo Chocolate is the first and only organic & fair trade chocolate in the country. After trying one of their rich, smooth chocolate bars, you'll definitely be able to tell the difference.
2. RAINIER CHERRIES
Regular cherries are delicious, but they're no match for Rainier cherries. This local hybrid was created at Washington State University from two other types of cherries, and it was named after the iconic Mount Rainier
3. CEDAR PLANKED SALMON
This grilled seafood dish is by far one of the most popular around the state. The entree's pretty hard to resist, especially when it's made with a sweet hploney-balsamic glaze
TRANSPORT AND ROAD CONNECTIONS
Washington is served by two national railroads, BNSF and Union Pacific, as well as several local lines, ensuring that your goods can be shipped quickly and efficiently by train. There are 3,666 miles of rail in Washington, connecting the state to major markets throughout North, Central and South America and Canada. If you're on a road trip to Washington, D.C. or have rented a car at the airport, you are likely wondering about how to drive on what locals call the Capital Beltway. It's actually Interstate 495, a 64-mile highway that encircles Washington
AN IMPORTANT CITY: WASHINGHTON D.C.
Washington, D.C., formally the District of Columbia, also known as just Washington or just D.C., is the capital city and only federal district of the United States. It is located on the east bank of the Potomac River. The city was named for George Washington, a Founding Father and the first president of the United States, and the federal district is named after Columbia, a female personification of the nation. As the seat of the U.S. federal government and several international organizations, the city is an important world political capital. It is one of the most visited cities in the U.S., seeing over 20 million visitors in 2016.
AMUSEMENT PARKS IN WASHINGTON
1. WILD WAVES THEME & WATER PARK When summertime comes, it is the right time to spend some quality time with the most important people in your life at the Wild Waves Theme & Water Park. Set on Federal Way and opened for the first time in 1977, this entertainment hub features tons of rides and waterslides, all of them worth trying. Experience how awesome it is to skydive with the I-5 Dive Skycoaster. What about that rush when boarding a coaster called Disk'O Flashback? When you get to the water park area, you can enjoy popular features, such as the Mountain Dew Slide Complex and the Riptide.
2. WORDERLAND FAMILY FUN CENTER
As the name says, Wonderland Family Fun Center is the place where families will have an unforgettable time. You won’t find anything related to water rides here. Instead, you can have fun bumper boating, go-karting, laser tagging, climbing the rock wall, playing some arcade games and indulging in miniature golf.
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON OFFERS MANY POSSIBILITIES OF ENTERTAINMENT FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS. THE NUMEROUS NATIONAL PARKS ALLOW YOU TO SPEND A DAY IMMERSED IN UNCONTAMINATED NATURE. NOT TO TALK ABOUT CHOCOLATE AND THE CITY OF WASHINGTON D.C, THE CAPITAL OF THE USA. THIS STATE IS DEFINITELY ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IN AMERICA.
Do you want to live long happy and make your heart feel good? come and visit Georgia
The Wine Region
Absolutely not to be missed is the Kakheti wine region . Although we tend to think that the production of wine is a purely Mediterranean invention, we must prove it wrong. In fact, the oldest wine in the world originates from this region, and has 8,000 years of history! Here the wine is still produced with ancient techniques, such as the use of kvevris , large clay vessels used for fermentation. Georgian wines have on average a higher alcohol content than European Mediterranean wines. This peculiarity is due to the fact that during the aging process these huge clay pots are completely buried, except the upper part. In this way the fermentation is carried out both for the must and for the marc, thus making the final product more alcoholic. For this reason, visiting a local Kakheti winery and attending a tasting is a must!
Not to be missed are the Khinkali, Georgian ravioli usually filled with a mixture of minced beef and pork (the “kalakuri” variety) or in the variants with mushrooms, potatoes or cheese. They originate from the mountains of the central Greater Caucasus
Kolkheti National Park
Kolkheti National Park is one of the ten national parks in Georgia . It extends between the regions of Mingrelia-Upper Svanezia and Guria in the historical region of Colchis , in western Georgia . The park is located on a coastal plain on the Black Sea and runs through the resorts of Zugdidi , Khobi , Lanchkhuti , Senaki and Abasha. The park was established between 1998 and 1999 as part of the Georgia Integrated Coastal Management Project. It covers an area of 28 940 hectares.