Information About Marisa - Roehampton teacher - (1 review)
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My name is Marisa , I am an Italian language teacher based in London. I’m from Sicily,a small town in a hilly region situated in the middle of Mdonie.
I studied in Palermo and I hold a Master Degree in Italian Language and Literature.
Since living in London, I have been awarded the Certificate in Language Teaching to Adults (CLTA).
I have over 7 years experience as an Italian language Teacher both in London and Palermo where I worked in a project to develop the communication and Italian language skills of foreign students. In London I work for a wide range of clients offering a proactive and rewarding approach to learning the Italian language .
I am passionate about what I do and I work hard to make the study of Italian a fun learning experience.
February 2010 – October 2013
Private tuition with a variety of students (teaching Italian as a foreign language): Italian Grammar
June 2011: Teaching at International House, London
Teaching experience to beginners and intermediate students during CLTA course
September 2007 – June 2009:
Teaching Italian Literature and Modern Art at Centro di Formazione Professionale IAL CISL, Palermo Italy
Preparing students for oral examinations looking for articles, preparing presentations, organising debates.
General assistance to the Department (undertaking numerous tasks including filing, arranging resources, designing displays and helping with the preparation of examinations).
Create lessons tailored to bilingual students.
My Italian language lessons have been developed from a communicative based approach and focuses on the four language abilities ( listening, writing, reading, speaking).
My fist goal is COMMUNICATION,both oral and written. For that my teaching methodology is communicativism , my lessons prefer communicative task (listening and reading comprehension and free oral and written activities).
But language analyse is also important (controlled oral and written production).
Grammatical structures are presentedin order of relative complexity. Teaching material is always introduced in some form of authentic text (magazine article or newspaper, letter, short story, taped dialogue… )
Availability: Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Hinternational House, London (2011) - CLTA (College) (✘ Not On File)
- University (2002) - Degree (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
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