Docenti

I nostri insegnanti sono il punto di forza

Tutti i nostri docenti hanno frequentato l'inlingua Teachers' Training per insegnare una lingua straniera utilizzando il metodo inlingua cioè senza l’uso della traduzione.

Alcuni dei ns docenti  hanno un rapporto di collaborazione con inlingua Imola che dura da oltre dieci anni. I nuovi docenti vengano selezionati con una procedura rigorosa ed un requisito indispensabile per gli insegnanti di inglese: il certificato TEFL.

I nostri docenti inoltre partecipano regolarmente a corsi di aggiornamento e staff workshops, sono quindi  in grado di gestire le lezioni con la massima efficacia ed in relazione alle finalità svolgendo i programmi realizzati per le diverse tipologie di corso. 

 

CONOSCI I NOSTRI INSEGNANTI! 

I nostri docenti amichevoli e professionali aiutano gli studenti di tutte le età e dei livelli a imparare e perfezionare il linguaggio della loro scelta. 

 

Lucia Casson

Country of origin? 

England

What languages do you speak?

English, french and italian

What languages do you teach? 

English and french

 

Why did you want to be a teacher?

Because I wanted to encourage people to learn different languages as I think it's important! 

What is your favourite word or phrase in English?

I like "Scrumptious" 

What is your most hated word or phrase in English? 

I hate "Dull" 

What do you love the most about being a teacher? 

I love having nice conversations with students and getting to know new students.  

What’s the biggest challenge of being a teacher? 

Discipline in large classes. Usage of different tenses in english, as they are used differently in students first language.

Roberta Mirto

Country of origin? 

Italia

What languages do you speak?

italiano e tedesco

What languages do you teach? 

italiano 

  

Why did you want to be a teacher?

Mi piace insegnare

What is your favourite word or phrase in Italian?

Adoro la parola Passione

What is your most hated word or phrase in Italian? 

Non mi piace la parola superficialità

What do you love the most about being a teacher? 

Il rapporto con gli allievi  

What’s the biggest challenge of being a teacher? 

Ottenere buoni risultati e la soddisfazione degli allievi.

Jessica Mc Speritt

Country of origin? 

USA

What languages do you speak?

English, italian and spanish

 

What languages do you teach? 

English  

Why did you want to be a teacher?

Because I thought it was nice to connect with people who speak my native language while living in a foreign country.

What is your favourite word or phrase in english?

Silly. Because it doesn't really exist in italian and in many situations. 

What is your most hated word or phrase in english? 

Moist. It just sounds bad.

What do you love the most about being a teacher? 

I love interacting with my students. They're interesting and unique people who bring a lot of help positivity to my life as a foreigner.

What’s the biggest challenge of being a teacher? 

Always being present, focused and positive even when you have a bad day or need a break.

Catherine Arkell

Country of origin? 

England

What languages do you speak?

English, italian and french

What languages do you teach? 

English  

Why did you want to be a teacher?

To help people.

 

 

 

What is your favourite word or phrase in english?

Reliable.

What is your most hated word or phrase in english? 

Actually.

What do you love the most about being a teacher? 

The variety and cultural exchange.

What’s the biggest challenge of being a teacher? 

Adapting to your student's needs.