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Interactive Italian Map

Interactive Italian Map

See it in action:

This interactive map of Italy was developed for Italian language students. The resource tests the learner's knowledge of Italian regions and spelling by using drag and drop interactivity. The resource was used for formative assessment purposes.

Benefits:

  • As a self-test, promotes the consolidation and understanding of course materials, thus encouraging better performance
  • Interactive tools raise interest and motivation and attract students' attention
  • Prepares students to engage with feedback
  • As a self-test tool, encourages the value of self-testing - the students' capacities to be active, self-critical and responsible for their own leraning
  • Delivering timely, meaningful and effective feedback
  • Re-usability for future years