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Giulia A.

£36 /hr

MSt Modern Languages (Italian) (Masters) - Oxford, St Edmund Hall University

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About me

About me: Hi! I'm Giulia, I'm 23 and I am a tutor in English and Italian literature and language. I am currently studying for a MSt Modern Languages (Italian) at the University of Oxford. Tutoring has been a constant in my life since I was 18 - I have always loved literature and foreign languages, and teaching my chosen field of study has been an incredible experience that I genuinely enjoy. I started by being a freelance English tutor, then moved to being an in-school tutor for GCSE English, and I am now working as both an English GCSE, English IB and Italian A-Level tutor. My years of experience have helped me build confidence in my abilities as a tutor, confirmed by the successful results I saw my students achieve in school. How I teach: My sessions really depend on my students' needs, as I believe that every tutee has specific requirements and different problems to solve. They can include a range of activities - from mock papers and exercises, to interactive text analysis, to learning through games and puzzles, all depending on the student's age, personality and requirements. What I believe is, however, that the lesson needs to be interactive. If required, I will be happy to act as a 'teacher' and deliver a lesson for the tutee to note down and absorb, but I try my best to make the lesson as interactive as possible, in order to involve the pupil and make him or her learn by doing, not just listening! Looking forward to working with you! :)

About me: Hi! I'm Giulia, I'm 23 and I am a tutor in English and Italian literature and language. I am currently studying for a MSt Modern Languages (Italian) at the University of Oxford. Tutoring has been a constant in my life since I was 18 - I have always loved literature and foreign languages, and teaching my chosen field of study has been an incredible experience that I genuinely enjoy. I started by being a freelance English tutor, then moved to being an in-school tutor for GCSE English, and I am now working as both an English GCSE, English IB and Italian A-Level tutor. My years of experience have helped me build confidence in my abilities as a tutor, confirmed by the successful results I saw my students achieve in school. How I teach: My sessions really depend on my students' needs, as I believe that every tutee has specific requirements and different problems to solve. They can include a range of activities - from mock papers and exercises, to interactive text analysis, to learning through games and puzzles, all depending on the student's age, personality and requirements. What I believe is, however, that the lesson needs to be interactive. If required, I will be happy to act as a 'teacher' and deliver a lesson for the tutee to note down and absorb, but I try my best to make the lesson as interactive as possible, in order to involve the pupil and make him or her learn by doing, not just listening! Looking forward to working with you! :)

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About my sessions

My sessions really depend on my students' needs, as I believe that every tutee has specific requirements and different problems to solve. They can include a range of activities - from mock papers and exercises, to interactive text analysis, to learning through games and puzzles, all depending on the student's age, personality and requirements. What I believe is, however, that the lesson needs to be interactive. If required, I will be happy to act as a 'teacher' and deliver a lesson for the tutee to note down and absorb, but I try my best to make the lesson as interactive as possible, in order to involve the pupil and make him or her learn by doing, not just listening!

My sessions really depend on my students' needs, as I believe that every tutee has specific requirements and different problems to solve. They can include a range of activities - from mock papers and exercises, to interactive text analysis, to learning through games and puzzles, all depending on the student's age, personality and requirements. What I believe is, however, that the lesson needs to be interactive. If required, I will be happy to act as a 'teacher' and deliver a lesson for the tutee to note down and absorb, but I try my best to make the lesson as interactive as possible, in order to involve the pupil and make him or her learn by doing, not just listening!

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4.9from 102 customer reviews
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Saabry (Parent from Singapore)

March 24 2018

Excellent session.

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Viola (Student)

November 12 2017

Really fun and interactive

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NOHRA (Parent from Godalming)

August 7 2017

good

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NOHRA (Parent from Godalming)

June 18 2017

brilliant

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Comparative LiteratureDegree (Bachelors)FIRST CLASS HONOURS
Italian LiteratureIrish leaving cert9/10
English LiteratureItalian Leaving Cert10/10
Latin Italian Leaving Cert8/10
PhilosophyItalian Leaving Cert8/10

General Availability

Pre 12pm12-5pmAfter 5pm
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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
EnglishA Level£36 /hr
English LanguageA Level£36 /hr
English LiteratureA Level£36 /hr
History of ArtA Level£36 /hr
ItalianA Level£36 /hr
EnglishGCSE£36 /hr
English LanguageGCSE£36 /hr
English LiteratureGCSE£36 /hr
History of ArtGCSE£36 /hr
ItalianGCSE£36 /hr
EnglishIB£36 /hr
English LanguageIB£36 /hr
English LiteratureIB£36 /hr
ItalianIB£36 /hr
English13 Plus£36 /hr
English11 Plus£36 /hr

Questions Giulia has answered

How can I construct the 'periodo ipotetico'?

The periodo ipotetico is a construct in Italian that is useful to express hypothetical actions, following the "if...then..." structure. There are three different periodi ipotetici: della realtà, describing real situations that do happen, della possibilità, descirbing possible situations that might happen e dell'irrealtà, describing situations, that can only be imagined and cannot actually happen (often things that happened in the past and cannot be changed).

They are made of two parts: the "if" part, called protasi, and the "then" part, called apodosi.

Depending on which kind of situation is described, different tenses have to be used:

1) della realtà: SE + indicativo; (then) indicativo/imperativo
"Se piove, prendo l'ombrello"
"Se piove, copriti!"


2) della possibilità: SE + congiuntivo imperfetto, (then) condizionale presente
"Se avessi un fidanzato, sarei felice"

3) dell'irrealtà: SE + congiuntivo trapassato, (then) condizionale passato
"Se Marta fosse stata attenta, non sarebbe caduta"
 

The periodo ipotetico is a construct in Italian that is useful to express hypothetical actions, following the "if...then..." structure. There are three different periodi ipotetici: della realtà, describing real situations that do happen, della possibilità, descirbing possible situations that might happen e dell'irrealtà, describing situations, that can only be imagined and cannot actually happen (often things that happened in the past and cannot be changed).

They are made of two parts: the "if" part, called protasi, and the "then" part, called apodosi.

Depending on which kind of situation is described, different tenses have to be used:

1) della realtà: SE + indicativo; (then) indicativo/imperativo
"Se piove, prendo l'ombrello"
"Se piove, copriti!"


2) della possibilità: SE + congiuntivo imperfetto, (then) condizionale presente
"Se avessi un fidanzato, sarei felice"

3) dell'irrealtà: SE + congiuntivo trapassato, (then) condizionale passato
"Se Marta fosse stata attenta, non sarebbe caduta"
 

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