TEACHING QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
HOBBIES AND INTERESTS
- Degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures at “L’Orientale” University of Naples;
- Master course “Didactic Tecniques and Authentic Materials for the Teaching of the Italian Language” at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice;
- Italian teacher at the Società Dante Alighieri of Cape Town;
- Italian teacher at the Euregio Volkshochschule in Gronau, Germany;
- Presently I teach online in the corporate world to companies such as Gucci, Mediobanca, Docebo, Kantar, Cosmo Pharmaceuticals and Sigit.
I have a sunny and creative disposition, so everything that is new and/or different fascinates me. From here my passion for foreign cultures and languages which have led me to live in three different continents and not only get to know other peoples but also learn a bit of French, Spanish, German and Portuguese. In my free time, I love travelling, reading, cooking, doing sports, horse-riding, country dancing, singing and hiking.ACCOMMODATION, FACILITIES AND LOCAL AREA
I live in a quaint little town by the sea called Porto Recanati, in charming Riviera del Conero on the east coast of Italy. My attic is clean, organized, on the third floor (with lift) of a building right in the town centre and 50 mt. from the sea. There’s also a little terrace overlooking the square.The flat is cosy, bright, with A/C and Wi-Fi connection. There are two bedrooms, a living room, a live-in kitchen, and a bathroom with washer and dryer.Your room has a double bed with a new memory foam mattress, a nightstand with a lamp, a chest of drawers, a clothes hanger, and a sofa.EXCURSIONS AND LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
There’s a lot to do and to see all year round in this beautiful part of Italy.PORTO RECANATI
Framed by the beautiful natural setting of the Conero Riviera, Porto Recanati offers to tourists calm and relaxing holiday every time of the year. The town overlooks the sea, a 8 km stretch of low-lying and sandy coast, enclosed by the magnificent scenery of the Conero Mountain on the north-side. This, along with its crystalline water and beautiful beaches, makes it one of the most visited holiday resorts in Marche and have helped the town to be awarded with the "European Blue Flag". Porto Recanati preserves some important witnesses of its past. In the main square stands the medieval Castello Svevo, donated by Frederick II to the city; it hosts in the first floor the Civic Art Gallery “Attilio Moroni.” The Sea Museum documents the maritime tradition of the town. To the south of the city is the archaeological area of the Roman city Potentia, where there are the ruins of the Abbey of Santa Maria in Potenza. In the valley of the Scossicci area stands the church of the Banderuola and the famous Sanctuary of Loreto is only 13 km from Porto Recanati.