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1 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA)

2 “HISTORY OF INSTITUTE“ Comenius 1 School Project “HISTORY OF INSTITUTE“ LA NOSTRA SCUOLA: Orso Mario Corbino Il nostro Istituto Professionale di Stato per l’Industria e l’Artigianato I.P.S.I.A. “Orso Mario Corbino” di Partinico è l’unico in un territorio che abbraccia quasi cinquanta chilometri di raggio (i più vicini sono ubicati a Palermo ed a Trapani). La scuola, nata il 1978, grazie ad una politica seria e costruttiva, ha registrato una continua crescita della popolazione scolastica, raggiungendo ai giorni nostri un numero di iscritti che vanno oltre le novecento unità ed attivando, seguendo le direttive del Progetto “92”, gli indirizzi di studio: Meccanico – Termico, Elettrico – Elettronico, Sistemi energetici ed Abbigliamento e Moda. Abbiamo anche corsi serali indirizzati a tutti gli studenti lavoratori. I docenti della nostra scuola sono circa 130. OUR SCHOOL Orso Mario Corbino Our Technical Institute of State for Industry and Handicraft, I.P.S.I.A. "Orso Mario Corbino" in Partinico, is the only one in a territory of almost fifty kilometres (the nearest institutes are in Palermo and in Trapani). The school, established in 1978, has had a continuous increase of the school population, today it counts a large number of students that is over nine hundred units. Our school has activated, according to the Plan "92," different courses of studies: Mechanical - Thermical, Electrical - Electronical, Energetic Systems, Clothes and Fashion. We have also an evening course which is mostly attended by working students. There are about 130 teachers.

3 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) Il bacino d’utenza comprende numerosissimi Comuni: Partinico, Borgetto, Montelepre, Giardinello, Grisì, San Giuseppe Jato, San Cipirrello (Comuni interni); Terrasini, Cinisi, Trappeto e Balestrate come (Comuni costieri), oltre ad allievi di Alcamo che fa parte della provincia di Trapani. La scuola da quattro anni, è stata oggetto di ristrutturazione e si spera che in un ambiente più vivibile e con meni disagi la popolazione scolastica possa fare quel salto di qualità che possa ripagare gli enormi sacrifici fatti in questi anni dagli operatori della nostra scuola. Partinico è un Comune della Provincia di Palermo con oltre trentacinquemila abitanti ed è inserita in un territorio delimitato da una catena di monti che l’abbracciano a semicerchio; Every year students and teachers of the clothes and fashion course organizes a fashion parade with the help of local designers and stylists. This show attracts many people not only from Partinico but also from its surroundings. Our students come from numerous towns: Partinico, Borgetto, Montelepre, Giardinello, Grisì, St. Giuseppe Jato, St. Cipirrello, Carini (internal towns); Terrasini, Cinisi, Trappeto and Balestrate (coastal towns), and also from Alcamo which is in the district of Trapani. Partinico is a small town in the district of Palermo with thirty-five thousand inhabitants. It is situated in a territory delimited from a mountain chain that embraces the town in a semicircle; these mountains decline to the sea in the Gulf of “HISTORY OF INSTITUTE“ Comenius 1 School Project “HISTORY OF INSTITUTE“

4 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) una breve pianura conduce questi monti verso il mare coinvolgendo nella sua figura geometrica anche il Golfo di Castellammare. Partinico potrebbe considerarsi un Comune costiero per la sua vicinanza al mare, (circa cinque chilometri) e per tale motivo gode di un clima mediterraneo in cui l’estate è influenzata dalle masse d’aria anticiclonica di provenienza sahariana con climi caldi e temperati dalla presenza delle acque del bacino idrico Poma, mentre l’inverno è sempre mite con leggeri piovaschi e temperature medie intorno ai quindici gradi. L’economia è prettamente agricola e le culture fondamentali del nostro territorio sono la vite, (fiore all’occhiello dell’economia locale), gli agrumi, l’ulivo ed il grano. Castellammare. Partinico can be considered a coastal town for its proximity to the sea, (about five kilometres), that's why it has got a Mediterranean climate in which summer Is hot, while winter is always mild with light rains and middle temperatures of about fifteen degrees. The economy is mainly based on agri- culture and the principal cultivations are grapevine, citrus fruits, olive trees and wheat. “HISTORY OF INSTITUTE“ Comenius 1 School Project “HISTORY OF INSTITUTE“

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13 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “Sicily: our region“ Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: our region“ Sicilian flag

14 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “Sicily: our region“ Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: our region“ Sicily Sicily with a total surface area of sq. km, is the largest island in the Mediterranean basin. Around it lies a number of smaller islands: to the north the Aeolian islands and Ustica, to the West the Egadi, and to the south the Pelagie islands and Pantelleria, making a total surface area of sq. km. Sicily boasts around Km of coastline, mostly rocky in the north and sandy in the south. Sicily is not only sea and sand, it is also mountains and woodlands. The landscape is varied, prevalently mountains and hilly, but with an expanse of plains around Catania and Palermo. In the eastern part of the island Mount Etna (about m) is Sicily's highest mountain, the whole of which is a protected area within a national park. Still active, it is the biggest volcano in Europe. Etna is not an ordinary mountain: it “lives” and changes its shapes every time the lava erupts, new cones, grottos and slopes are formed. Along the north coast, from east to west, lies a stretch of the Peloritani and the Nebrodi and Madonie Mountains, some of their peaks reach m. Sicily has always been popular for its geographic position and particularly mild climate. The history of Sicily is fascinating. It has always been a crossroads for many people.

15 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “Sicily: our region“ Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: our region“ The several dominations of the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Barbarians, the Arabs, the Normans, the Spaniards have left distinct signs. In 1860 Garibaldi came and defeated the Bourbons, since that time Sicily has belonged to Italy. Since 1946 it has been an autonomous region with particular and special powers in the legislative and administrative field, but it remains part of the Italian Republic. If you come to Sicily, you must visit Agrigento, Segesta and Selinunte, where you can visit the Greek temples. In Siracusa you can visit the famous Greek theatre, in Piazza Armerina you can admire a beautiful Roman villa. Taormina is also the symbol of the beauty of the island. In Palermo you can see the famous Cathedral, Orto Botanico, the International Puppet Museum and a lot of other museums and churches of different period. Sicily traditions are often connected to religious festivals such as Christmas, Easter and the Patron Saints’ days which are deeply felt. l’opera dei pupi pupari Sicily is famous for a very original theatrical form “l’opera dei pupi” where it is possible to see the exciting fights of French paladins, heroes of ancient times that come to life in small theatres. The characteristic puppets are moved by strings or wooden sticks by the “pupari” hidden behind the scene.

16 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “Sicily: our region“ Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: our region“ The deepest popular spirit of the island is found in the objects of Sicilian handicraft: embroidery, characteristic carpets, pottery, wrought iron, lava-stone handicraft, wooden sculptures, coral inlaid work and finally the Sicilian cart.

17 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PALERMO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PALERMO“ Politeama Theatre

18 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PALERMO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PALERMO“ Massimo Theatre

19 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: “Sicily: our region“ Palermo: The CathedralAgrigento: The temple of Concordia Agrigento: The Temple of Dioscuri Trapani: The Castle of Erice

20 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “Sicily: our region“ Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: our region“ Erice Erice TaorminaL’Etna Taormina Agrigento L’Etna L’Etna Agrigento Erice: panorama San Vito Lo Capo Cefalù

21 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “Sicily: our region“ Comenius 1 School Project “Sicily: our region“ Palermo Monreale Mondello Monreale Palermo Monreale Palermo Palermo Corleone Mothia Riserva dello Zingaro Capo Zafferano Ficuzza

22 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PARTINICO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PARTINICO“ Partinico selva Partenium ParthenicumItinerario Antonini V calatubo V IVIII Partinico, one of the biggest towns of the inside area of Castellammare's gulf, rises in the center of the wide "selva Partenium", at the feet of M. Cesarò. The name probably derives from the "Parthenicum" of the "Itinerario Antonini", (215 d.C.), which places it 12 miles far from the Segestan Thermae and 8 miles far from the powerful Hykkara, which is today called Carini. It seems that its origins go back to the Greek period. Thucydides, in fact, tells of some Segestan people, who in the V century b.C., borrowed jewels and crockery from the "near cities of the Phoenicians and of the Greeks" to show them to the Athenian ambassadors visiting their city. However, the existence in the zone of an important settlement of Greek culture is proved by finds coming from the area of "calatubo" even if this settlement never had an important role, probably because it was placed between the Sican and the elym settlements. It is also sure that by the mouth of the river S. Cataldo, there was a commercial port of call for trades with the inner cities of Jato and Monte d' Oro (close to the present Montelepre). During the V century b.C., it was involved in the war between Segesta and Selinunte and was destroyed by Dionysius of Syracuse between the IV and the III century. During the expedition against the Phoenician

23 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PARTINICO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PARTINICO“ Partinico Partinico book of Roger punic cities, Parthenicum was subjected by Pyrrhus in 270 and in 260 b.C., after the punic war, it was rebuilt by the Romans, who used the commercial port of call again. With the barbaric devastations, which took place after the fall of the roman empire, all the traces of the city of Partinico get lost. We find again in the Middle Ages the fertile lands of Partinico, which are inhabited by muslim populations. AL Edrisi in its "book of Roger", talkes about it as "a beautiful country, pleasant, plane, nice and full of amenities" where they cultivated cotton and hinnah, a plant from which a coloring substance was obtained. Partinico XIIXIII Parthenico XIVS. Maria di Altofonte castrum XVIIXVIII Even if its position was not the present one, Partinico in the Middle Ages was a well- known place: AL Mugaddasi, in one of his works of 998 describes it this way: "Bartniq, where a lot of hinnah is cultivated"; in some diplomas of the XII and XIII centuries, when the plain of Partinico began to be abandoned by the population and started to lose importance, it was called Parthenico. The repopulation starts again in the XIV century thanks to the Cistercian Fathers of "S. Maria di Altofonte", who had the jurisdiction of the "castrum" and of the feud. They reclaimed the territory cutting the surrounding forest and encouraging the construction of an inhabited nucleus, making the agriculture reflourish with the cultivation of the grapes and the sugar cane. Afterwards the village becomes bigger, first, in the XVII and in the XVIII

24 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PARTINICO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PARTINICO“ XIX Duomo ottocannoli XVI Assunta il panormita XVIIS. MaddalenaS. Rosalia in estasi S. AgataS. Caterina XVXVI XVIIXVIIXVIII century, with the construction of holiday houses for the noble people of Palermo from where they could watch the agricultural activities of their estates, and, from the XIX century onwards, thanks to the flourishing productive and commercial activities, which have stimulated the demographic and urban expansion of the country. The public square "Duomo", where you can find a graceful fountain of the late baroque period (1716) called of the "ottocannoli", shows the Main church, built up in the 1777 on the previous system of the XVI century church, whose neo-classical facade was rebuilt in You may find some interesting works, among which the "Assunta", a painting of Antonino Spatafora called "il panormita", realised in 1579, and other four XVII century paintings of Lombardic school: "S. Maddalena", "S. Rosalia in estasi", "S. Agata" and "S. Caterina". In front of it, you can visit the civic museum, the picture gallery (with numerous works of local artists), and the town library. The last one has got a remarkable collection composed by approximately 10,000 volumes (1800 of which coming from the library of the Capuchin Fathers) of the XV, XVI and XVII centuries, manuscripts of the XVII and the XVIII centuries, archaeological documents coming from the territory of Partinico and various objects of the farmer civilization. We can’t miss to visit the church of S. Leonardo, in Corso dei Mille, built up in 1634, enriched on the outside by a big bell tower, whose spire is covered

25 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PARTINICO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PARTINICO“ XVII Ascesa di S. Agostino Rinascimento Adorazione dei MagiXVIII XVII Madonna del Carmelo S. Maria degli Angeli Madonna coi Santi Francesco, Scolastica and Rosalia PartinicoS. Giuseppe by majolicas, representing some saints' life. In the inside you can admire the XVII century "Ascesa di S. Agostino" very valuable painting of Pietro Novelli, in which the typical composition of the baroque painting technique is skillfully blent to an executive one, which reinterprets, through the wise use of light and color, the Tuscany painting of the "Rinascimento". Another remarkable painting is the "Adorazione dei Magi" (the adoration of the Magi), of the XVIII century. Always in Corso dei Mille you can find the Carmelo church, of the XVII century. The facade of the building, which was rebuilt in different ages, has a classic trace with the tympanum decorated by festoons and supported by four columns with corinthian capitals. The inside, enriched by stuccoes, is precious for its works and appears majestic and rich. There are some paintings of Vincenzo Manno like the "Madonna del Carmelo", realized in 1819, which is particularly admired for its beautiful lights and colors. Even the small church of S. Maria degli Angeli, built up in the 1617, keeps some precious works. Remarkable is the painting of the "Madonna coi Santi Francesco, Scolastica and Rosalia", placed in the main altar. The painting, realized by Giuseppe Salerno in 1630, is perhaps the most valuable work, which is in Partinico. The church of S. Giuseppe was rebuilt in the present structures in 1737 and enriched in 1780 by a beautiful baroque bell tower.

26 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “PARTINICO“ Comenius 1 School Project “PARTINICO“ XVII XVI XVII In its inside you can find six XVII century paintings of A. Manno representing Episodes of the Saint's life. Along the state streat for Alcamo, approximately one kilometer and half far from the town, you can pass through Valguarnera, an ancient village founded in the XVI century, and of which now only few rural houses with stables and an elegant and evocative recently restored XVII century fountain remain.

27 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) carrettu Sicilian Carrettucarritteri carrettu carrettu The Sicilian Cart (Carrettu) was characterisitically drawn by a donkey or a mule. During an interesting lecture at the Museo di Nunzio Bruno, he explained how the location of many of the roadside inns had been determined by the distance that a donkey could pull a loaded carrettu in one day, before having to rest. He also explained that the carts with a base paint color of red were from Palermo whereas in Catania they used a base coat of yellow. During an interesting lecture about the Sicilian Carrettu he demonstrated how the carritteri (the cart driver) shifted the balance of a loaded carrettu so that the donkey could more easily pull it as they travelled up and down hill. Nowadays the carrettu is a show piece and is usually drawn by a horse as in this picture.

28 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) Sicilian folklore

29 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) Sicilian cannoliPasta con sarde

30 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) SfincioneCassata siciliana

31 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “SICILIAN CUISINE“ Comenius 1 School Project “SICILIAN CUISINE“ Caponata, a tasty salad made with eggplant (aubergines), olives, capers and celery, makes a great appetizer. There is also an artichoke-based version of this traditional dish, though you're less likely to find it in most restaurants. Sfincione is a local form of pizza made with tomatoes, onions and (sometimes) anchovies. Prepared on a thick bread and more likely found in a bakery than in a pizzeria, sfincione is good as a snack or appetizer. Panella is a thin paste made of crushed or powdered chickpeas and served fried. Maccu is a creamy chickpeas soup. Crocché (croquet) are fried potato dumplings made with cheese, parsley and eggs. Arancine are fried rice balls stuffed with meat or cheese. Sicily is renowned for its seafood. Grilled swordfish is popular. Smaller fish, especially snapper, is sometimes prepared in a vinegar and sugar sauce. Seppia (cuttlefish) is served in its own black sauce with pasta. Another Sicilian seafood dish made with pasta is pasta con finocchio e sarde (fennel with sardines). Meat dishes are always popular. Many are traditionally made with lamb or goat. alla marsala Best known outside Sicily is vitello alla marsala (veal marsala), one of many regional meat specialties. Chicken "alla marsala" can be prepared using a similar

32 I.P.S.I.A. Orso Mario Corbino - Partinico (PA) “SICILIAN CUISINE“ Comenius 1 School Project “SICILIAN CUISINE“ recipe and method. Milza (veal spleen) sandwiches are a bit "native" for most tastes, and loaded with cholesterol, but delicious anyway. pasta reale Sicilian desserts are superlative. Cannoli are tubular crusts with creamy ricotta and sugar filling. If they taste a little different from the ones you've had outside Italy, that's because the ricotta here is made from sheep's milk. Cassata is a rich, sugary cake filled with the same delicious filling. Frutta di Martorana (or pasta reale) are almond marzipan pastries colored and shaped to resemble real fruit. nocciolagelsomino gelsifragolazuppa inglese Sicilian gelato (ice cream) is excellent. In fact, it is possible that ice cream was invented in Sicily during Roman times, when a relay of runners would bring snow down from Mount Etna to be flavored and served to wealthy patricians. You'll find flavors ranging from pistachio and hazelnut (nocciola) to jasmine (gelsomino) to mulberry (gelsi) to strawberry (fragola) and rum (zuppa inglese). Granita is sweetened crushed ice made in Summer and flavored with lemons or strawberries.

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