Session Reports by Ana Kodric
Ana Kodrić, born 14th October 1983 in Split, Croatia. Being raised in a bilingual family it was not strange that she pursued a language oriented career. After obtaining a graduate degree in English and Italian languages and literature at Split University in 2008., she finishes a supplementary study programme in Pedagogical – Psychological Education in 2009.
She worked as an ESL teacher in private foreign language schools with adult and pre-school learners; trainer in Business English in private and state companies; simultaneous and consecutive translator for the State Economy Chamber and is currently employed in a state elementary school.
In 2009. she enters the doctoral study of Linguistics at the University of Zagreb and is a prospective Ph.D.
Her other interests are vocal music and ethnomusicology, as she graduated a Musical high school as well. Conducts three folklore vocal groups and choirs, composes and arranges vocal music. Being interested in cultural heritage she collects original vocal songs of the area where she lives, which have recently been recognized and protected by UNESCO, and has organized the first facultative course in folklore singing of that kind in a state elementary school.