School News

World Language Classes Explore Artists; Hispanic Cooking
Posted 02/17/2017 10:58AM

 

Mrs. Teresa Sengel, World Language Department Chair, reported, "On Wednesday, February 15, famous Italian artists Botticelli, Raffaele, Caravaggio, Cimabue, Modigliani, Severino, Tiziano, and several others spoke about their famous Renaissance and Futuristic artworks. Only, these are Mount AP students who 'became' these artists in a simulated museum in their classroom. The Italian students demonstrated their high-level skills by becoming the artist, and answering questions about their life and works of art. The other students were museum patrons, and then switched places."

She added, "While Italian artists discussed their artwork, down the hall, Spanish cooks demonstrated in Spanish how to make various types of dishes from different Hispanic cultures in 'La cocina de la Clase Espanol AP.' Students were also able to enjoy these delectable dishes, which were all prepared by their classmates."

photos courtesy of T. Sengel and R. Montalvo

Seven AP Italian seniors are pictured at the "Museo" created in Mrs. Sengel's classroom, almost as if they were at the Uffizzi in Florence. Also pictured, Emily Thampoe '17 demonstrated how to make Arroz en leche in AP Spanish. Sabrina Morano '17 also made Cuban empanadas in her class.
powered by finalsite