University `Tor Vergata` of Rome
Didactic of Italian Language
University `Ca` Foscari` of Venezia
Teaching Italian and Latin Language and Literature (SSI...
University of Verona
Laurea (BA and MA) in Letters (Italian and Latin)
summa cum laude (1996)
Information about Monica Susanna
I am Teacher of Italian and Latin at the Lyceum in Italy. Since September 2019 I have joined my husband in Oxford where he holds an academic position, and I am ready to teach Italian to both students and adults.
In 1996 I graduated in Lettere (Italian and Latin Language and Literature) at the University of Verona, with a dissertation in Linguistics which was marked 110/110 summa cum laude (the highest degree awarded by Italian universities).
In 2004 I completed a two-year PCTHE in Italian and Latin Language and Literature at the University Ca Foscari of Venice, and in 2005 I also took a MA in Didactic of Italian Language at the University Tor Vergata of Rome.
My competence and teaching experience, especially to non-native speakers, provides me with the necessary skills to help you learn my beautiful language!
Availability: Monday - Saturday (all day)
Willing to travel: 8 miles
Experience: 2010-2019 Teacher of Italian and Latin (permanent) Lyceum High School (Italy)
2008-2019 Project Coordinator: teaching Italian as a second language (L2)
2012-2013 Teacher of Italian for political refugees - ONG Il mondo nella città (`The world in town`)