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Federica Bianchi

I started working as a teacher of Italian as a Foreign Language in 2001 when I moved to Glasgow. During my years in Scotland, I gained the Ditals qualification (Levels I and II) and I taught courses for adults and children (Italian Consulate) and for university students (University of Glasgow Language Centre). In 2008 I moved back to Rome, and I currently teach Italian to American university students as well as to teenage immigrants in public secondary schools. I speak fluent English and Spanish, and I’m also a qualified part-time teacher of Spanish in Roman secondary schools.