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Youness M. was born in Casablanca, Morocco on January 9. Youness has been teaching Arabic as foreign language for eight years. He earned his baccaluaréat in letteres Modernes in 2001, and another baccaluaréat in Experimental Sciences in 2005. After earning his Bachelor’s degree in English Linguistics, he taught English courses at Sunshine language Institute. In 2006, he received a Fulbright scholarship under the Foreign Language Teaching Assistant program (FLTA) where he taught Arabic and Moroccan culture classes to students at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania (LHU).
He graduated from LHU with a master’s degree in Education in teaching and learning and another master’s degree in Liberal Arts in 2009. In addition to his experience in teaching Arabic at LHU, he taught Modern Arabic for Middlebury Language Academy at two different locations: Green Mountain College and St. Patrick’s college in Vermont. Recently, he was a course director for the English language program for St. Giles institution in St. Petersburg and an ESOL language instructor at USF. At present, he is teaching Modern Arabic courses at the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. In addition, he is the academic advisor of the Arabic Cultural Association at USF.
Youness M. was born in Casablanca, Morocco on January 9. Youness has been teaching Arabic as foreign language for eight years. He earned his baccaluaréat in letteres Modernes in 2001, and another baccaluaréat in
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