Cinzia Vanadia Bartolo



Teacher of Italian and Chinese

Cinzia Vanadia Bartolo studied Sinology at the Department of Oriental Studies at Ca ’Foscari University in Venice. Part of her undergraduate studies took place at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and at the National Technical University of Athens through a scholarship of the Erasmus program. She continued her studies with a postgraduate program at the Department of Linguistics of the National Kapodistrian University through an IKY scholarship, where she wrote a study on the slang of the modern Greek language. He later specialized in Teaching Italian as a Foreign Language, Master Itals, at Ca ’Foscari University in Venice.

She is a teacher of Chinese and Italian, an official certified translator and interpreter in the courts of Messina, Italy, as well as an oral examiner for the CELI and KPG examinations.

As for the teaching of foreign languages, he believes in the communicative and intercultural approach by mixing methods, strategies and techniques adapted to the needs and particularities of the student. He also believes in experiential and lifelong learning.

She speaks Italian, Greek, English, French and Chinese, learns Spanish, German and Russian. Her motto: We never stop learning or, as Solonas said, I grow old and learn a lot.


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