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SUNY Cobleskill (Psychology)
Bachelor Degree (Graduate Coursework)
I’m a native Arabic speaker, from Egypt, with fluent English and have been using both Arabic and English in my work experience and education. I am very interested in education and love to interact with others. My goal to is to combine my expertise with teaching to make a positive impact to others. I have had the opportunity to instruct diverse groups of students. I am challenged to be creative and open-minded and strongly interested in teaching and interaction with people. I possess a Bachelor's degree in Psychology.
What makes me an outstanding Arabic teacher is that I am a native speaker of Arabic who masters her language perfectly. I am confident in my ability to teach Arabic as I participated very successfully with my students. I have taught Arabic to different variety of ages at Berlitz Language Center and in College, as I have always achieved and exceeded required performance targets.
Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken native language in the world. Now, Arabic is one of the most relevant and necessary language today. Thus, let gain insights into learning Arabic and enjoy the journey of learning. I’m a native Arabic speaker, from Egypt, with fluent English and have been using both Arabic and English in my work experience and education. I am very interested in education and love to interact with others. My goal to is to combine
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