Domande del gruppo Totoro

  1. Cosa ne pensate del fatto che l’Italia non sfrutti le energie rinnovabili legate al clima?
  2. Cosa ne pensate dei nuovi trivellamenti Offshore?
  3. Cosa ne pensate del cosiddetto bicameralismo perfetto e va mantenuto ?
  4. Cosa pensate delle tassazioni che non vengono applicate alla Chiesa?
  5. Come migliorereste l’istruzione nelle scuole?
  6. Cosa ne pensate del salvataggio delle banche?
  7. Cosa ne pensate dell’entrata della Turchia nell’UE?
  8. Cosa ne pensate della legge per la quale gli immigrati debbano essere registrati nel primo paese d’arrivo?
  9. Quanto bisogna investire nella difesa?
  10. Cosa ne pensate dell’art.18 e dei licenziamenti senza giusta causa?

Meeting in Valencia

“It’s 5:40. We are leaving, in a very cold weather, but full of excitement . We are climbing into the coach towards Bologna and, with sleep and fear which are the backdrop of our thoughts, doubts and concerns, we breath a special mood, almost of tension. Meanwhile the sun rises and with it the positive emotions triumph over the negative ones. We begin to recognize what before seemed only shapes. We hardly distinguish the first buildings, but we leave them behind very quickly. The sun rises and its lights makes everything easier to be recognized; it would be nice to know the destinations of all the others travelers. The light of the exit of the toll booth through the fog warns us that we are getting closer and closer to the airport. Here we are: Bologna airport. ”

The city…

We were immediately surprised by Valencia: it is a perfect example of coexistence between a rich past and a fascinating future.

We spent some afternoons in the city center. Surely the Cathedral must be mentioned, at the same time both Gothic and Roman, which is believed to contain the Holy Grail and the countless buildings decorated with a wonderful mix of styles, which can be recognized all around the city.

Valencia is famous for the City of Arts and Sciences: a complex of incredible buildings that houses: the Museum of Science, the Hemisfèric (cinema / planetarium), the Umbracle (a garden that contains a wide variety of different plants), and Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia (the largest theater of Valencia) and the Ágora (an indoor square). A little further on there is the Oceanogràfic, the biggest aquarium in Europe divided into zones that represent a lot of different marine environments on the Earth.

We had the opportunity of visiting the parliament of Valencia so we learned a lot on the Spanish political system.

Our memories …

About our journey, the boat trip along the coast and the beaches of Valencia were really amazing and astonishing for their beauties even thanks to the temperature that allowed us to fully enjoy this experience. Some guys even adventured the mild temperature of the sea.

The Families who hosted us lived in Manises, a suburb of Valencia that holds the record of having continuously produced ceramics for 700 years. The experience of the trip itself, the positive feelings, our hearts and eyes full of joy and admiration for this country and the friendships between the guests and the hosts were some of the reasons why we didn’t enjoy leaving Spain.


Some of the typical foods are: the Valencian paella and the orchata, a beverage made from the extract of a small tubercle: the chufa.

The level of English spoken by the young Valencian is not so good, that’s why were so appreciated by other students.

Italy, our country, is considered by residents of foreign countries as a source of conquerors . It was easy to see that as “The Italian Team” was always at the center of everyone’s attention.

Spain, or rather, Valencia can be proud of having a lot of people, many shopping centers, a wide variety of architectural styles and hosting a lot of sports events, but if an Italian doesn’t taste a pizza, he will regret staying too far from house…



Italian Team: Anna Fabris, Andrea Fortini, Leonardo Mazzotti, Luca Rubboli, Matteo Sacchetti, Mattia Strocchi

Domande gruppo Roccia

  1. Cosa ne pensate dell’ulitizzo del nucleare in Italia?
  2. Siete per il ritorno alla monarchia?
  3. Cosa ne pensate degli extracomunitari?
  4. Siete a favore o contro la chiusura delle frontiere?
  5. Siete a favore o contro la detenzione libera di armi?
  6. Pensate sia giusto avere l’ora di religione a scuola?
  7. Siete a favore o contro la legalizzazione delle droghe leggere?
  8. Pensate che l’uscita dall’euro possa essere vantaggiosa?
  9. Cosa ne pensate dell’aggiunta dell’ora di geografia nell’orario scolastico?
  10. Cosa ne pensate del pensionamento?

Intervista a Pietro Vandini

L’08/05/2015 abbiamo intervistato il rappresentante del consiglio comunale per il Movimento 5 stelle: Pietro Vandini.

L’abbiamo contattato facilmente tramite Facebook ed è stato subito disponibile a rilasciare un intervista a noi studenti dell’ITIS.

Ci è sembrato fin da subito molto simpatico e disponibile. L’intervista è stata interessante e siamo rimasti molto soddisfatti delle risposte ricevute.

Work Plan

Today we have called some italian politicians, such as the council member Ouidad Bakkali, the mayor Fabrizio Matteucci and the city councilman Alberto Ancarani.

The first interview, with the mayor, is in program on 22nd May, the second one is on 26th May with Ouidad Bakkali and the last one will be decided in the next few days.

While we were planning the meetings, the other part of the group was translating the interviews we have already done.

Written by:

  • Bonazza Simone
  • Montaletti Elia
  • Nordi Chiara
  • Persiani Ilaria
  • Venturi Nico

tuesday 10/03/15

Today tour at “la Maison de Jeam Monnet”: the home of French political who concurred to the creation of European unit.
When we arrived we were separated in team, with guys from each country, and we made flash card about our rights and opportunities as European citizen.
Then we shown them at the other group through a song, a scene or a dance; according to a ticket previously extracted.
At 12,30 p.m. we had lunch and, during this break, we have, also, visited the inside of the house, interesting for its simplicity.
After we started an activity of cultural exchanges: we prepared a stand with the typical produces of our country and we explained our culture at other guys, unfortunately we hadn’t italian food because we had given it at our host family.
At 16,00 p.m. we came in Paris and we had free time.