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My name is Vanessa, I take care of lessons and repetitions of English up to level C2, Letters (Italian, History and Geography) and Mathematics, to students of elementary, middle and high schools, in the areas of Tivoli, Guidonia and in the municipality of Rome.
I guarantee lessons organized and prepared according to the individual needs of children and young people who rely on my professionalism.
I work at my home or at the student's home; I am also equipped to conduct online lessons if necessary.
Until the COVID-19 emergency I taught English courses as a native speaker in elementary and middle schools. I also teach privately, to students of all ages: from children who need help or strengthening, to adults who need it for work.
I have already taught Trinity, KET, PET and CLIL courses in various schools in the province of Rome through the Language Academy and The Globe Academy schools.
I worked as an English language teacher in afternoon conversation and strengthening courses at the Alcide De Gasperi, “J. PINTOR ".
For any information please do not hesitate to contact me!
My name is Stefania, for many years I have been dealing with private lessons for children, to provide adequate knowledge and the necessary help to orient themselves in the complexity of the present.