Language lessons in Livorno - 8 teachers found
Lessons, teachers and courses in Livorno or through Skype, Zoom, Facetime or any software of your choice.
Hello, my name is Francesca, native Italian speaker and qualified teacher of Italian. My experience as a teacher has started 7 years ago,... teaching Italian in multicultural classes of young-adult students from level A2 to C1. My courses were aimed to let students improve the 4 language skills: reading, writing, listening, speaking. Paying attention to their learingin needs. I have been completed my teaching qualification few months ago, with a Master in Teaching Italian, at the University of Perugia. My lessons are tailor made to the students needs (communication, grammar, italian for travel, italian for work and immigration etc.) and they are based on a inductive approach, that will bring students to play an active role of the learning experience, discovering the language from a global to a more analytical understanding. I also offer to students preparation lessons for the English Cambridge certifications, from level A1 to B2. IELTS included Francesca Read more
Hello there... My name is Massimo, I am Italian and I am graduate in languages and literatures (SPANISH and ENGLISH). I have been living... abroad, in different countries and I do appreciate how uncomfortable could be, feeling that you cannot be really appreciated by others just because your lack or partially lack of language knowledge. I have soon realised that I was able to speak and communicate better when I was surrounded by a friendly environment. That's why I believe that learn a foreign language should be done without creating any extra stress in the student mind. I reckon that it's really important to establish a relaxing atmosphere with the student and a bit of "good sense of humour" might also help. For working reasons I have been travelling around the world a lot so I have got plenty of subjects to talk about during our classes. Ours classes will be everything but boring..... Ciao!! Hasta muy pronto!! Read more
Hello, My name is Valeria. I am a native Italian speaker and a native-level English speaker. I have a Bachelor degree in Communication Studies... from the University of Maryland (U.S.A.) and a Certificate for Teaching English as a Second Language (CELTA) from Cambridge University (U.K.). I have experience of teaching both Italian and English through private one-to-one lessons. With my knowledge and skills, and through the use of various tools (formal lesson plans, informal discussions, videos...) I can help you advance in your learning no matter what your level. Book a free trial class with me and let's learn together! Read more
Hello Learn English and have fun. Do you want to learn English in a fun and comfortable environment? My name is Elaine and I am here to help. I... am TEFL certified and have a lot of experience teaching English privately. Do you need English to travel or study or work? Do you want to feel confident about ordering a drink/food while you are on holiday? Don't worry, you will have fun while doing it. Hope to see you soon. Read more
If we break it down to its simplest components, language learning is not too different from physical training- its cardinal elements being... repetition, constancy and perseverance. This is both an advantage and a deterrent- many of us start strong and motivated, but soon lose momentum. In my experience (as a language coach and an L2 student), building automatisms is the most important aspect of language learning. This can mean many things, depending on individual idiosyncrasies. For this reason, I try to tailor my teaching methods to your interests and- most importantly- to your needs. We all learn in different ways, educational and developmental psychology has long established that; I always try to keep this lesson in mind. I have taught ESL in Italy, tutoring teens and teaching adults, and I am now an online Italian teacher. I grew up bilingual (English and Italian) and I have studied and taught a foreign language in both countries (Italy and US); therefore, I can safely say that my repertoire is quite versatile. I focus on conversation, but allow my students to practice all four language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking). I keep my lessons student-centered and interactive and I use current, real-life materials. Real-life tasks are extremely important! It's imperative to never lose track of one unavoidable goal in language learning: COMMUNICATION. Read more
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