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ENGLISH RESUME

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curriculum vitae



EDOARDO NATALE

Age: 32 Date of birth: August 1978 Place of birth: Mons (Belgium)
Nationality: Italian
Civil Status: Single
Address:Via Michelangelo, 16 42110 Reggio nell’Emilia (Re) Italy
Telephone: 00 39 3280096236 (italian mobile) 0033622449083 ( French mobile)
E-mail: edona54@hotmail.com

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

2007- 6 April 2011 PhD doctor in Linguistic (pragmatics)
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
reference: augusto.carli@unimore.it

2003/2004 MA in Intercultural Studies at the University of Padua, Italy
E-mail: anke.miltenburg@unipd.it
or www.lettere.unipd.it/intercultura

1997-2002 University of Naples “Orientale” www.iuo.it
BA in Languages (Spanish and French)
and European Culture. Final Mark: 107/110

1992-1997 “Liceo Linguistico” Avellino Italy
Final high school graduation mark: 52/60

Other courses and Research Period

May- June 2011 Individual studies inside the Institut of Romanistik studies of Amburg (Germany). Topic: Teaching Italian language with a cultural approach

September 2010-April 2011 Phd visiting student at University of Strasbourg and MISHA (France). For contact: Tania Mujica tmujica@yahoo.com

February 2010-May 2010 Abroad traning in intercultural competence for Phd student in telecom Bretagne University and University of Tours in France. Contact: alison.gourves@telecom-bretagne.eu

2006 August 4 weeks Academic English course at Bradford College ( Leeds, UK)
E-mail: elc@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

2002 August 3 weeks French Language Teacher Training course
University of Liège (Belgium) Certificate passed
E-mail: islvfr@ulg.ac.be



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

July 2011 Italian Language teacher at the University of Udine. Reference: alessia.bruno@uniud.it

September 2010-February 2011 Italian business language teacher at the Chamber of commerce in Strasbourg. For contact: h.leroy@strasbourg.cci.fr

June 2010-July 2010 Italian Language teacher at the University of Udine. Reference: alessia.bruno@uniud.it

October 2009-January 2010 Teacher of French language in Italian Public school
“Manzetti” of Aosta contact: gabriella.ifts@libero.it

June 2009-August 2009 Teacher of Italian language at summer Camp in Lignano (Udine)
For MB company: db@mbscambi.com
September 2008- February 2009 Teacher of Italian language at Marseille (France)

June 2008-July 2008 Teacher of Italian language at summer Camp in Lignano (Udine)
For MB company: db@mbscambi.com
September 2007- May 2008 Italian tutor for foreign students in Modena University
Contact: tny@hotmail.it

April- June 2006 University of Pavia (Italy), in Tunisia
Teacher of Italian language with IT
E-mail: marta.miatton@unipv.it ; www.media.tunis.unipv.it

September 2004– July 2006 7 November of Cartage, University of Tunis,
Teacher of General and Business Italian
E-mail: salvadol@libero.it

April- June 2005 University of Pavia (Italy), in Tunisia
Teacher of Italian language with IT
E-mail: marta.miatton@unipv.it ; www.media.tunis.unipv.it

1/10/2002 –30/04/2003 Vitrolles (France), Lycée “Pierre Mendes France”
Italian teaching assistant with IT
E-mail: giuliaromanelli@yahoo.it ; mjginoux@hotmail.com

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

1997– 2010 Tourism brochure translator (Italian– French); University Library Assistant (Naples, Modena);Voluntary guide for U.N Food forum held in Rome; Freelance journalist for
“Corriere dell’Irpinia” (local newspaper) writing articles on culture and youth issues.
Proofreading for “Ristretti Revue” (monthly magazine on social issues)




LANGUAGE PROFICIENCIES

Italian: mother tongue; French: fully proficient; English: upper intermediate;
Spanish: fully proficient; Arabic: basic

COMPUTER SKILLS

WordPerfect, Office, Internet, E-mail

REFERENCES

Patrick Coppock, professor of semiotics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
E-mail: patrick.coppock@unimore.it
Roberta Barazza, Italian and English teacher, Liceo classico in Bologna (Italia)
E-mail: salvadol@libero.it

Marta Miatton, Master’s co-ordinator in Tunis, University of Pavia (Italy)
E-mail: marta.miatton@unipv.it

Giulia Romanelli, teacher of Italian, Italian Cultural Institute (Madrid)
E-mail giuliaromanelli@yahoo.it


Pubblication:
Sponda Sud del Mediterraneo: l’italiano delle Microlingue, il due Blog, Firenze, 1-4, 2006; http://www.ildueblog.it/?p=811
Il migrante: Soglia tra il primo e il “terzo” mondo, Trickster, Padova, 1-4, 2008. http://www.trickster.lettere.unipd.it/doku.php?id=seconde_generazioni:natale_migrante
Giuseppe Ungaretti: una poetica della Migrazione, Rivista italianisti di Spagna, Salamanca
http://gredos.usal.es/jspui/bitstream/10366/69561/1/Giuseppe_Ungaretti_Una_poetica_della_mig.pdf

Che cos'è l'antropologia linguistica, article inside this website: http://www.luigiboschi.it/?q=node/33966
Archive “idee per la classe” for italian language http://icebergitalia.blogspot.com/2010_04_01_archive.html
Editor:
http://icebergitaliano.blogspot.com
www.luigiboschi.it/edoardonatale

Social skills and competences:

Team work: I have worked in various types of teams from research teams to international teaching staff
For 2 years I worked as a Italian teacher at the Summer school of Lignano with all the staff coming from Britain
- Mediating skills: I worked with young people from different background in France, Tunisia and in North of Italy
- Intercultural skills: I am experienced to work into international group from European, Asian and Arabic team group.

Organisational skills and competences

During my PhD I organized a seminar about intercultural awareness inside the language education
Whilst working for a Tunisian University I participated for a ‘intercultural Dialogue’ week organize by European Union in Tunisia. My competences are related in sociolinguistics, pragmatics and cross-cultural communication.

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