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The Italian Cultural Center of San Diego is a non-profit organization, founded in 1981 as a meeting point for people interested in Italian culture and language. Over the years the center has grown steadily, and currently consists of more than 600 members, a mixed group of Italian Americans, Italophiles and Italians of various origins and ages.

The center’s primary goal is to promote the diffusion of Italian culture in all its varied forms. In order to achieve this goal, the Center emphasizes the importance of teaching the Italian language as a way to guarantee access to a wider cultural context. The ICC now offers a variety of classes at all levels for adults and children, year round.
The classes are taught by native speakers who have been part of the Italian language-teaching scene for several years.

To learn more, visit the Italian Cultural Center of San Diego website: www.icc-sd.org

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  1. Dear Sirs,

    because on the next months I am going to take the TOEFL Test, I need to practice English and if you need a language instructor for teaching Elementary Italian, I am willing to do my job in exchange for a basic accommodation. My English proficiency is now B2, according to Common European Framework of Reference (CEF) level.

    I have completed a General Certificate of Education (Diploma di Maturità Classica five years) as well as an academic degree at “Sapienza University of Rome” (Bachelor of Arts in Italian, 180 units, Graduation Honors: Summa cum laude. I graduated in Linguistics too, taking two exams in Techniques in teaching Italian (120 units, Graduate studies, Graduation Honors: Summa cum laude). I am Italian native speaker and I have taught foreign students Elementary Italian.

    Thank you for your cooperation and I shall be very pleased to give any further information you need to have. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Yours faithfully.

    giovanni pelliccia

    Curriculum A. Linguistics and Philological Studies
    180 units so split up:

    • Eight courses in Italian Literature
    • Six courses in Italian Philology
    • Six courses in History of the Italian Language
    • Six courses in Romance Philology.
    • One course in Glottology and Linguistics
    • Three courses in Medieval and Humanistic Latin Literature
    • Three courses in Medieval History
    • Two courses in Medieval Art History
    • Three courses in Comparative Literature and Theory of Literature
    • Three courses in Humanities Computing
    • Two courses in Geography
    • One course in Musicology and Music History
    • One course in Foreign language requirement (English)
    • One course in Computer Science
    • One course in Written qualifying examination
    • Thesis plan: Critical edition of ‘Meravigliosamente’ from Giacomo da Lentini.

    Curriculum B. Linguistics

    120 units so split up.

    • Four courses in Glottology and Linguistics
    • Two courses in Techniques in teaching Italian
    • Two courses in Italian Dialectology
    • Two courses in History of the Italian Language
    • Two courses in Italian Philology
    • Three courses in American Literature
    • One course in Extra-European Language and Literature (Copt)
    • Two courses in Latin Palaeography
    • Two courses in History of Christianity
    • Three courses in Humanities Computing
    • One course in Approaching to bibliography
    • Thesis plan: Linguistic analysis on a medieval manuscript from Dante’s Divine Comedy (Angelicano 1101

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