Federica Ferrieri and Giada Mangiardi
Dr Federica Ferrieri was born in Venice. Before moving to Belfast, she lived and worked in Amsterdam and Athens. She is a self-employed language teacher and a qualified life coach and restorative justice practitioner. She has translated Modern Greek novels into Italian, and is the author of a number of language books that are currently being published. Being passionate about the theory and practice of teaching foreign languages, she has been coordinating several language projects for non-traditional learners involving elements of drama, life coaching and restorative justice. She has been the Italian Honorary Consul to Northern Ireland since 2016.
Born in Turin, Giada Mangiardi is an Italian teacher with a passion for languages in both the spoken form and the science behind them. After completing her Master in Linguistics in 2007 she moved to Ireland where she taught Italian in Limerick. After one year she moved to Belfast where she started work as a language teacher in QUB, BMC and the Crescent Arts Centre. Giada has collaborated in works dealing with minority languages.
At the end of this video presentation, you will:
In this course we have a short video and a handout form with activities. You can either watch the video all the way through or when the tutors on the video ask you to pause ‘pausa’ do so and you will be able to do the activity on the handout and resume the video to check your answers.Italian at the restaurant form with activities
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