Suez Canal University, Egypt (Education and Arabic)
At a young age, I fell in love with the Arabic language. In college I knew I wanted to study the Arabic language in depth, so I declared an Arabic major. Immediately afterwards, I found that many in my major were pursuing other career options. I began to realize that the Arabic language is considered complicated; however, I consider it's complexity beautiful. I then decided to double major in Education in order to be able to become a teacher and help.
I began tutoring back in 2009 when I graduated. Soon I began working in an international school as a teacher for elementary school students. After two years I decided to take on the challenge of teaching illiterate adults at an evening school for one year. The adults ranged from ages 18 to 65. It was a very giving experience. I was then assigned as Arabic teacher for the high school students at my school. And after a year I became the Arabic Language Department Supervisor. My responsibilities included tracking student progress, creating final examinations for each term, teacher evaluations, adjusting the curriculum based on needs and nationwide standards, etc. In addition to being the supervisor I taught the advanced classes.
As an Arabic Language teacher I generate interest, respect and love for the Arabic language. Students will achieve the required tools and skills in order to speak, read and write Arabic. I obtain an array of skills which allow me to adjust my style of teaching based on the level of understanding and required attention. I am highly passionate about teaching; my native fluency, interactive and motivating character, flexibility, education and experience allow me, as an Arabic tutor, to cater to my students' needs.
I look forward to hearing from you and help you reach the success of your content. The sky is the limit! Do not hesitate to contact me. I am always willing to work something out in the name of teaching and learning. At a young age, I fell in love with the Arabic language. In college I knew I wanted to study the Arabic language in depth, so I declared an Arabic major. Immediately afterwards, I found that many in my major were pursuing other career options. I began to realize that the Arabic language is considered complicated; however, I consider it's
Ahmed was awesome! We went over so much and he was patient and explained everything in a way that helped me understand. He's great. I can't wait for our next lesson!!
Ahmed taught me rules of grammar. I liked that he was patient and explained everything clearly. Ahmed helped me accomplish learning Arabic in an easy and relaxed way.
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I am a native Arabic Speaker. I am fluent in reading, writing and speaking Arabic. I have a bachelor's degree in Education and a bachelor's degree in the Arabic Language. I was a teacher in an international school (grades 1-12) for the past 5 years, and I taught illiterate adults (ages 18- 65) how to read and write in Arabic . I have experience teaching non-natives Arabic (elementary school through adults) in formal and informal reading and writing as well as conversational Arabic, mainly in the Egyptian dialect.