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I strongly believe that my perpetually positive attitude, excellent communication skills in Arabic and valuable background in teaching for years will allow me to be an asset to students. I have been teaching Arabic language to non-native speakers' adults and children for several years.
I have worked part-time tutoring Arabic, teaching the basics of Arabic, developing course material, writing and learning objectives and goals, creating assignments, as well as creating study guides/guidelines.
I have tutored native children in reading writing the Arabic Language--the children ranged in age from preschool to grade 6. I taught Arabic to Adults and non Arabic speakers as a second language. And I worked as an Arabic Teacher at Sapta Saguna (Training Office) in Jakarta, Indonesia where I was teaching Arabic Language for future workers prior to employment in the Middle East.
I have increased the reading level and devoted additional time on reading for my students. And I effectively altered lessons to accommodate students at a lower reading or language level.
I teach the basics of Arabic, develop course material, write learning objectives and goals, create assignments, create study guides/guidelines; tutor native children in reading writing Arabic Language, children range in age from preschool to grade 6; I teach Arabic to Adults non Arabic speakers as a second language.
I strongly believe that my perpetually positive attitude, excellent communication skills in Arabic and valuable background in teaching for years will allow me to be an asset to students. I have been teaching Arabic language to
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