Week two started off with something new for me I was part of the drama group and we were filming down stairs. It was fantastic too see the planning and preparation that was involved. The group set around planning what would be said. Then the filming started in front of a green screen. The rest of my time was spent between the upstairs laboratories canteen area and the filming area. This was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. On the last day I was a little teary eyed leaving.
There was no challenges encounters on the second week with the work experience. The biggest challenge was saying goodbye. I was starting to get tired by the end of the two weeks as we have early starts and it was late before we got to bed although we did see San Marino San Leo ravenna Florence Venice I could go on.
I learnt a lot about myself in Italy doing the work experience.working with people with disabilities I never thought i would work with people with disabilities but my thinking has changed its something that I could see myself doing in the future
The culture is fantastic in Italy. I could see myself living there.About 96 percent of the population of Italy is Italian, though there are many other ethnicities that live in this country. North African Arab, Italo-Albanian, Albanian, German, Austrian and some other European groups fill out the remainder of the population. Bordering countries of France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia to the north have influenced Italian culture, as have the Mediterranean islands of Sardinia and Sicily and Sardinia.
Languages of Italy
The official language of the country is Italian. About 93 percent of the Italian population speaks Italian as native language, according to the BBC. There are a number of dialects of the language spoken in the country, including Sardinian, Friulian, Neapolitan, Sicilian, Ligurian, Piedmontese, Venetian and Calabrian. Milanese is also spoken in Milan. Other languages spoken by native Italians include Albanian, Bavarian, Catalan, Cimbrian, Corsican, Croatian, French, German, Greek, Slovenian and Walser.