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ITALY! Core:3, Mrs. O’Neill

Shyanne Thomas, Brittney Waraxa, Kelsey Wall, Kendra Braund, and Courtney Clays 4/4/2012


History of Italy Did you ever know about the history of Italy? If you want to know about Italy’s history keep reading. Italy before the 5th century. Have you ever wondered about what happened to Italy during World War II? If u like Italy and you like history keep on reading. 0l0l0ll0l0.frgbld.&surl=1&safe=active#q=italy+history&hl=en&safe=active&gbv=2&tbm=isch&tbas=0&source=lnt&sa=X&ei=WY50T4bKNoKi2wXe793gDg&ved=0CB MQpwUoAA&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=93395fc370fdc879&biw=1280&bih=827

Italy before the 5TH century. Little is known before the 5th century except for the regions. In the 4th century the Cents

invaded Italy and drove the Etruscans from the Stock. The earliest known inhabitants seem to have been of Liguria Stock. I think Italy before the 5th century was fun to learn about. The Etruscans 9l22205l0l23190l5l5l0l0l0l0l94l437l5l5l0.frgbld.&surl=1&safe=active#q=etruscans&hl=en&safe=active&gbv=2&tbm=isch&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp =c5caaedcc0cfd95a&biw=1280&bih=827

Have you ever wondered about what happened to Italy during the wars? During the Napoleonic wars the northern and central parts of

the country were invaded and later partly annexed to the empire. Also partly reorganized as a new kingdom. At the outbreak of World War II Italy assumed a neutral stance friendly to Germany. In June 1940 it declared war on collapsing France and on Great Britain. More than 650, 00 Italian soldiers lost their lives on the battle fields of World War I.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&biw=1280&bih=827&wrapid=tlif1332779871 18111&surl=1&um=1&ie=UTF8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=Z5twT8yEYTlsQLm94WTBg#um=1&hl=en&safe=active&gbv=2&tbm=isch &sa=1&q=italy+war+world+2&oq=Italy+war&aq=1&aqi=g2gS8&aql=&gs_l=img.1.1.0l2j0i24l8.2312l35735l0l38469l9l9l0l0l0l0l172l1091l0j9l9l0.frgbld.&bav=on.2 ,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=d82f0d46524635c0&biw=1280&bi=827

Fun Facts

One building is called the Colosseum. It was built in Rome 70-80 AD. In the 16th and the19th century the Italian states were reunited into a single country. Rome was found on April 21, 753 BC. In 1861 Italy was declared a nation-state. There was a new constitution and Italian women were able to vote. Ancient Rome was at first a small agriculture community. Italy became Republic on June2, 1946.

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Italy Sports Do you ever wonder about Italy and the sports they play? Now I’m going to tell you about their favorite sport……..Soccer. Another thing is bocce ball! It`s also a big sport but not as big a soccer! Forth I will tell you about the sports they play just like us! Now that you have learned all about Italy and the sports they play, I hope you learned a lot! y+statuim&aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_l=img.3...1375l6266l0l7000l14l14l0l1l0l0l125l1299l9j4l13l0.cfis.1.&surl=1&safe=active #hl=en&safe=active&gbv=2&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=italy+&oq=italy+&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=1&gs_l=img.3..0l10.1568926l156892 6l3l1569238l1l1l0l0l0l0l125l125l0j1l1l0.cfis.1.&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=7be446a75d76ae49&biw=1280 &bih=827

Have you ever wondered about Italy, and the sports they play? Well today I’m going to tell you! Now I`m going to tell you about their favorite sport……. Soccer! Soccer is their favorite sport they even have festivals! Every Sunday the stadium is FULL of fans, players and other outsiders. Italians have won 4 championships for soccer in, 1934, 1938, 1982; 2006.Soccer is played with seven or more players, just like us. To conclude soccer is just one of the many sports they play, and of course MOST popular. &aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_l=img.3...1375l6266l0l7000l14l14l0l1l0l0l125l1299l9j4l13l0.cfis.1.&surl=

When I say “bocce ball”, what comes to your mind? Is it a sport, type of game, or what? Well I`m going to tell you! Bocce ball is played all the

time, kind of like we play golf only it’s more fun for all ages! The game is played with sets of wooden balls on a dry or wooden court. The concept of the game is to get your set of balls closest to the little target ball. So now you have learned where, when, and how to play bocce ball! ly+statuim&aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_l=img.3...1375l6266l0l7000l14l14l0l1l0l0l125l1299l9j4l13l0.cfis.1.&surl=1&safe=active#hl= en&safe=active&gbv=2&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=italy+bocce+ball&oq=italy+bocce+ball&aq=f&aqi=&aql=1&gs_l=img.3...102912l 105365l5l105615l10l10l0l6l6l0l141l391l0j3l3l0.cfis.1.&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=7be446a75d76ae49&biw=1280& bih=827

Now I`m going to to you what other kinds of sports they play. But not soccer and not bocce ball! Some other sports they play include, biking, skiing, tennis, car racing, golf, horse racing, rhythmic gymnastics, hunting, hiking, fishing, and rugby. American sport they Italy has caught on is basketball. Rugby is also very popular but not the very favorite, the third! Now you know almost everything there is to know about Italy and they sports they play!

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Now you know all about Italy, sports, and how they play them. Soccer is played with a ball, kicked with feet, and kick into nets. Bocce Ball is played with sets of hard wooden balls and the one who gets closets to the “target� ball wins! Some other sports they play, many of them you have to be very fit! To conclude now you know about Italy, sports, and how they play the games!

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Italy’s fashion Did you know that five thousand years ago in China, the art of making silk was such a jealously guarded secret, that if anyone was caught telling outsiders about it would get their head cut off? Have you ever wondered about how people dressed in Italy? Well now is your chance. Leather, silk and wool were a major part of Italy’s fashion making. Fashion shows and things are good for business for Italy. All over the world, people come to Italy to see different designs and designers. In all, Italy has many different fabrics, business, and designers.

Leather, silk, and wool were a major part of Italy’s fashion making. Silk was first produced in Italy in the twelfth century. In the past, leather was used for only a few things, horses’ harnesses and scabbards for swords; today it is not only used for shoes, bags, belts, but also coats, luggage, briefcases, desks, accessories, and even hats. Since the middle ages, leather has been used by Italy’s

craftsmen to create objects of rare excellence. Workers weave, dye, card, design, and knit wool in all its forms and mix it with other fibers.

Fashion shows and things are great for business for Italian fashion. Journalists and buyers from all over the world travel to Milan many different times a year to go to specialized fashion shows. Fashion is a big business in Italy where famous designers such as Valentino and Armani thrive. The basis of the fashion world is made up of many small businesses that make clothing and accessories and can acclimate quickly to fashions latest trends.

All over the world people come to Italy to see different designs and designers. Milan is Italy’s capital city of design. Though most clothing worn for

everyday wear falls within a narrow range of conventional styles, unusual garments are usually sought for special occasions such as evening wear or party dresses. Some of the top fashion designers are Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana, Gorgio Armani, Miyccia Prada, Valentino, Gianni, and Donatella Versace. Italy’s top designer brands are looking to China for salvation this year with revenues falling due to dept crisis that has cast an air of gloom as Milan fashion week kicks off. Valentino

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Did you know that five thousand years ago in China, the art of

making silk was such a jealously guarded secret, that if anyone was caught telling outsiders about it would get their head cut off? Have you ever wondered about how people dressed in Italy? Well now is your chance. Leather, silk and wool were a major part of Italy’s fashion making. Fashion shows and things are good for business for Italy. All over the world people come to Italy to see different designs and designers. In all, Italy has many different fabrics, business, and designers.

Italy festivals/holidays Have you ever thought about Italy, or what holidays and festivals they celebrate? If not, and you are interested you should read my essay! Italy celebrates Christmas in many different ways and not on the same days as us either. Italy also celebrates Easter much different than we do. They have many traditions. They have a lot of festivals and carnivals to honor different people. Italy has a lot of interesting holidays and festivals that are apart of Italy life.

Did you know that Italy celebrates Christmas in a way different way than we do? The Italians celebrate Christmas on December 5th instead of December 25th. They celebrate Christmas so early because they thought it was important to celebrate Jesus birthday longer than just one day. On Christmas Eve, no food was eaten until the midnight mass was done with, and then when they ate they had a big Christmas meal. Christmas in Italy is much different there than it is here! =827&tbm=isch&tbnid=TrYrtw9vONxTsM:&imgrefurl=

Italians celebrate Easter quite different than us. They have a large mass service in St. Peters Square in the Vatican City. They celebrated Easter for 3 days. On Easter they thought of Jesus dying and him rising from the dead. They all usually decorated eggs and gave them out to one another to keep as like an Easter present! Easter in Italy is very interesting, and quite different than how we celebrate it here!

Italy has a lot of interesting festivals and carnivals! They celebrate St. Joseph’s day by picking 3 people to put on a play representing Mary, Joseph, and Jesus. They also celebrate carnival with parade, masquerade balls, entertain music, Ect‌ When they have all the different festivals and carnivals they put on plays. Italy has a lot of interesting celebrations and festivals.

Italy has a lot of carnival and festivals. Italy celebrates Christmas way different than we do! Italy celebrates Easter with fun and games but nothing like us. Italy has carnivals and festivals to celebrate and honor different people. Italy has many interesting holidays that you should come and check out!

Italy’s food Have you ever wondered about the food in Italy? Well now here’s your chance! The most famous food in Italy and why people like there food so much is my second paragraph. The next paragraph you will read is about the parades and festivals about food and what they make for them. Then you will read about recipes and interesting foods that are grown in Italy. The foods in Italy have funny names are great tasting and have very interesting

facts that will keep you wanting more and more! :)

Have you ever heard about Italians favorite foods like cushion or cannoil or why people like Italians food so much? Italians are mostly known for their foods because of how delicious it is and how healthy there food is. Italians put a lot of vegetables in their food but another reason people like Italian food is because of the crazy names! The cusion is the most famous food in Italy and I bet is very good but there cannoil is a amazing tasting desert which is made out of a fried dough tube with sweet creamy feeling in the tube they call it cannoil siillani in Italy. In all Italians are

known for a lot of good things about their foods and there cannoil is gbv=2&prmd=imvnse&source

Have you ever wondered about Italy’s parades and festivals or what they make at the parades and festivals? Well here’s 1 important festival St. Josephs Day, this day is to celebrate or honor Mary the mother of Jesus. At this festival they create bread altars and at the end of the day after a big feast they take home a part of the bread altars for good luck. They also have another festival all based on tomatoes where they eat tomatoes and really honor tomatoes because tomatoes are so big in Italy,

but they only do this in the summer because that’s the only time tomatoes grow. Then at Christmas they start Christmas around December 5th because they think it should be more than 1 day to celebrate Jesus. Then on Christmas day they have a huge feast but what they mostly eat on Christmas is their main fish eel. So Italians eat a lot of foods for festivals have a lot of feasts and like spending time with family! http:// safe=active&sa=X&rls=com.

Since Italians food is made out of so many vegetables have you ever wondered what the vegetables are that they grow, and what are some of the foods they put the vegetables in? Italians have over 25 million archers of farmland so meaning that Italians grow a lot of vegetables!

Their main vegetable is tomatoes and olives but also they have a lot of vine yards which makes there wine that is another thing Italians are famous for. They also grow a lot of peppers cauliflower spinach and broccoli. The key in to making Italian food is to know your vegetable and that healthy food can be good for you.

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"Sports in Italy." World Map, Map of the World. Web. 16 Mar. 2012. <>. Courtney Clays Works Cited Ferro, Jennifer. Italian Foods and Culture. Vero Beach, FL: Rourke, 1999. Print. "Itlian Foods Recipes." Italian Food Recipes. Web. 22 Mar. 2012. <>. Web. Shyanne Thomas Works Cited "Background Note: Italy." U.S. Department of State. U.S. Department of State. Web. 22 Mar. 2012. <>.

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