University of Yarmouk (English literature)
I graduated from Jordan University back in 1999; my major is in English literature and minor study in communication and mass media. I came to the U.S and gained more experience in teaching by volunteering in the Chicago Public Schools helping either bilingual or regular students to improve their reading skills besides assisting them with their homework. I decided to be more involved in the education field and become a bilingual teacher with CPS, so I obtained my first certificate as a bilingual transitional teacher in Arabic type 29 where it allows me to teach bilingual Arabic students to reach their educational set goals. In 2012 I became a TBE teacher in Oak-lawn where my responsibility as a full time teacher was comprehensive. I was responsible for teaching, testing, creating lessons on promethean board, organizing parent meetings and translating into English and vise versa.
Currently I am teaching Arabic to adults and college students. I have a rich experience to prepare students for Arabic proficiency tests. I am fluent in reading, writing, speaking Arabic and have a great knowledge of more than five Arabic dialects. I also had a course in Microsoft 2010 in Word, Access, Excel and PowerPoint. I am dedicated hard working person, I always make sure that I accomplished at least one of my lesson plan goals and fulfill my job as an instructor. My hours are flexible depending on your schedule. I graduated from Jordan University back in 1999; my major is in English literature and minor study in communication and mass media. I came to the U.S and gained more experience in teaching by volunteering in the Chicago Public
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