Dr Ann Wand, DPhil (Oxon)
Anthropologist, Author, Consultant, Media Presenter
English as a Second Language
Ann offers a range of online English as a Second Language (ESL) courses to young adults, university students, and professionals.
Course options include:
- English Communication
- Presentation skills
- Academic English
- Vocabulary improvement
- Grammar and sentence structure
- Academic writing
- University preparation
With a Doctorate from the University of Oxford in Anthropology/ Second Language Acquisition Research and over 10 years of experience as a certified TESOL (Teaching English as a Second Language) professional in the UK, USA, and Italy, she provides international English language courses to clients of all levels: beginner (A1) to advanced (C2).
All classes are individually structured, and a copy of Ann’s CV (including her teaching credentials and experience) is available upon request.
If you would like to learn more about what Ann has on offer, contact her for a FREE 20-minute consultation to discuss course options.
“Ann, in addition to her indisputable preparation, competence and knowledge, knows how to put ‘something more’ in her lessons, something like a ‘plus value’ that makes you feel involved, interested and passionate about what you are learning. I think that such a teaching approach can be essential and determinant for the educational growth of a young student.” — Alessandra, Italy
“Having Ann as an English teacher was a wonderful experience. Her lessons were interesting, great, dynamic and always different from time to time. During her lessons -or through the homework that she gave to my class- learning English was also fun and in general… everything except boring! I wish I could have had her as a teacher for a longer time.” — Silvia, Italy
“Ann’s lessons go far beyond English conversational classes. She has helped me not only greatly improve my English but also my teaching. I’ve always been inspired with her profound knowledge as an anthropologist and great creativity as a language teacher.” — Ayumi, Japan