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Universita' degli studi di Parma (French)
Universita' degli studi di Parma (Graduate Coursework)
I am a native speaker of Italian, and I graduated in Foreign Languages and Literatures in Parma (Italy), with a major in French. I started teaching Italian, then French, then Spanish, then ESL. I am currently a full-time language teacher, but I like to keep tutoring, too, for one-to-one lessons allow for more personalisation and a customized approach.
What I love about tutoring is the same I love about teaching. I teach, but I learn something new every day, and I really like to share information about the language and the culture of another country. I think it facilitates and strengthens cultural awareness, mutual understanding, and obviously communication.
Last year, I decided to improve my ESL teaching skills by taking the CELTA, which was followed by one year in Thailand teaching ESL and French.
I taught Italian, and less frequently French and Spanish to International students in Italy for five years. I moved to United States and started teaching ESL, French and Spanish on a regular basis, and I am now a full-time French and Spanish teacher.
Although I am employed full time, I can always find room for tutoring in my free time. If you are interested in learning a new language, do not hesitate to contact me, we can find common ground and try to match our schedules. I am a native speaker of Italian, and I graduated in Foreign Languages and Literatures in Parma (Italy), with a major in French. I started teaching Italian, then French, then … Read more
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