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Hello. I have an Education degree from my country, and I worked there as a French teacher for 3 years where I taught French to kids from KG to 9th grade. In addition, I tutored French for 3 years. All my grades were excellent in French, grammar, comprehension, etc.
In the United States I worked as a substitute teacher for 3 years where I gained experience teaching French in several public high schools, all of whom were very impressed with me and called me back whenever they had the need for a French Teacher.
I utilize several visual aids as well as provide my students with lots of practice sheets for writing and reading, I also focus on the conversational aspect of the language by continually speaking in that language during the lesson to get the student to focus and absorb it very well. I find that this method helps the student become proficient, not only in reading and writing, but also in speaking French.
As an Egyptian, born and raised, I am also very fluent in the Arabic language, which enables me to teach the basics for grammar, reading, writing, and speaking.
I feel I will be able to professionally meet your tutoring needs, and I look forward to hearing from anyone requiring tutoring in French and Arabic. Thank you. Hello. I have an Education degree from my country, and I worked there as a French teacher for 3 years where I taught French to kids from KG to 9th grade. In addition, I tutored French for 3 years. All my grades were excellent in French, … Read more
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