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university of lattakia (French)
university of lattakia (J.D.)
I studied French Literature at Damascus University for four years and then had an official academic and professional training on teaching French as a second language.
Afterwards, I began my career in teaching French for elementary, secondary, tertiary and university students in Syria. Currently I tutor French on independent basis for learners of all cognitive levels with varying degrees and skills.
I am an accredited and experienced French Teacher at the different school levels. I have worked in this position successfully for the past 30 years and supervised a group of French teachers. I follow the interactive passionate style of teaching where I give my students the opportunity to self-determine their interest to learn the subject matter through engaging them with a variety of activities.
Teaching French in schools for many years, I have solid professional experience working in different environments and with people from diverse backgrounds. I have learned to be patient, creative, and enthusiastic. My communication skills have been developed thoroughly and I would very much like to bring my skills, compassion and diligence in teaching second language to your promising school. I studied French Literature at Damascus University for four years and then had an official academic and professional training on teaching French as a second language.
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