Language Institute Tunisia
New Jersey City University - Jersey City, NJ (Master's)
I have had a very long and great experience teaching and tutoring different students from all over the world. I have taught several languages such as French (my native), Arabic (I am teaching it now), Italian (I had tutored it for years), and English (I had taught for many years). In addition, I taught all kinds of Math (Geometry, Algebra, and Calculus) to all levels of students and to special needs students, as well. My subject areas are not limited to languages and Math, but also all academic subject matters that are needed in school and for SAT preparation.
I have an MA in Teaching Theories and Methodologies, thus my teaching performances are a net of a variety of teaching activities, tasks and assignments for all of the subject matters that I am willing to teach. I will do my best to help my students reach their desired academic levels and overcome all kinds of struggles and hardships that hinder my students in striving for a successful and better life.
I am looking forward to working with you,
Thank you. I have had a very long and great experience teaching and tutoring different students from all over the world. I have taught several languages such as French (my native), Arabic (I am teaching it now), Italian (I had tutored it for years), and English (I had taught for many years). In addition, I taught all kinds of Math (Geometry, Algebra, and
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All levels of Modern Standard Arabic: Beginners, intermediate and advanced. I first came to the United States as a Fulbright Foreign Language Teacher in College in New York City and New Jersey to teach Arabic (Modern Standard Arabic). I taught this language to college students for 2 and a half years. In addition, I have been teaching Arabic again at the Defense Language Institute for over 3 years as well.
I have taught and tutored all subject areas for K-6 subject areas in classroom settings and in homes for a little over 2 years in the San Francisco Bay Area, as I had taken some courses that are related to Elementary teaching for K-8.
I have taught all kinds of math for over 3 years for elementary (K-8) school students. I have had this teaching experience in the classroom and after school, as well as tutoring in schools and homes.
As an Assistant Professor of languages in DLIFLC, prior to start teaching any class, I had to train students and teach them about study skills, in other words, all kinds of skills they needed to lead them to success throughout the course. I have been teaching study skills in parallel with the language for almost 3 years.
Prior to this experience, also, I had taught study skills to special needs students in elementary, junior high and high school students for 2 years