Sara

Sara

Italian and Spanish Teacher in Edinburgh

I am a very energetic and motivated person, willing to start a career as a Teacher. After a graduation in Foreign Languages, I finished my Celta with a final score of Pass B in Edinburgh College. I love working with people and I always thought students are the key for self-development and knowledge growth. I am a very open-minded person, very organised and flexible, always thinking about the positivity about life.
I enjoy traveling, reading, dancing, creating jewellery and spending time among Museums and Galleries.

Tutoring Experience

Before CELTA, I have experience as a Salsa Teacher to children and adults. I was working as a member of a small team with a real positive and enjoyable attitude. Moreover I was given private tutoring for preparing school's exams in Spanish, Italian and English Languages. With the CELTA course I had the change to prepare real classes and to teach during 6 hours.

Tutoring Approach

I think teaching is a real word of knowledge and interactions, in which you need to be up to date and give advices, helping learners improve anything during tutoring. Having been in learners' situation during my studies also helps me understanding barriers and anticipating problems students might have. I would define myself as a very dynamic teacher always trying to add materials to books and to entertain students with fun while learning. During my CELTA, I was most of the time presenting interesting articles, videos or music when presenting grammar and always taken out from learners personal stories during productive activities.

LanguagesItalian
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (all times)
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Qualifications

University of Ferrara2011BachelorsForeign Languages and Literatures
University of Modena2014MastersLanguages for communication in business and international organisations
Edinburgh College2017CollegeCelta Course
Edinburgh College2016CollegeTESOL Course
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