Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)
Gilead Patterson NY, Public Teaching (Master's)
I have well over 15 years of significant experience teaching French grammar and general conversation (beginners to advanced levels), with the Alliance Francaise of Washington, D.C., USAID, USDA, International Trade Services, the State Department and FSI). I taught French language and terminology specific to the legal professions in Francophone countries (judges, lawyers and jurists) and trained multiple speakers to develop their teaching and public speaking abilities in at multiple large events.
I have well over 15 years of significant experience teaching French grammar and general conversation (beginners to advanced levels), with the Alliance Francaise of Washington, D.C., USAID, USDA, International Trade Services, the State Department and FSI). I taught French language and terminology specific to the legal professions in Francophone
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I was born in Tehran, Iran and I speak Persian fluently as my first language. My father is a College Professor, a writer and especially a thinker. From my childhood, I was exposed to Persian literature and have always enjoyed Shahnameh as well as the works of other great poets like Omar Khayam and Hafez. I was privileged to teach hundreds of students from (beginners and advanced). I have a strong passion for teaching but transferring one's knowledge to the students is an art. I believe clarity, patience and empathy are keys to success. Also it is very important to encourage the student by letting them know how much they know instead of pointing out their weaknesses.
I am graduated from the Gilead College of Patterson, NY (118th class). The first school was inaugurated in 1943 and its main purpose it to organize seminars that provide instruction, help students to research on numerous topics and to express themselves clearly and correctly. The students are taught to become keynote speakers and provide deliveries at meetings and conferences ranging from 250 to 5,000 attendees.