Bucks County Community College (Chemistry)
1. Temple University (PhD)
I'm a young professional in the Philadelphia area and speak Arabic as a first language. I would like to use this opportunity to keep up to date with my native tongue while supplementing my income and helping someone else advance their Arabic language skills.
My knowledge of the Arabic comes from growing up in the Middle East. Asides from growing up in a predominantly Arabic speaking household, I studied Arabic for more than 12 years up until college. I'm very proficient in standard Arabic and various colloquial dialectics. I have an undergraduate degree from Bucks County Community College and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Temple University.
My teaching experience include: tutoring Arabic, math, and chemistry as an undergraduate student in Bucks County Community College for 2 years, Additionally, as a clinical pharmacist, I serve as a preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students on clinical rotations.
I believe every person has their own unique way of learning and reasoning to learn a new language, thus I'm fairly flexible in my tutoring style. I prefer to customize the teaching experience based on a person's interest and learning method, which includes classic one on one sit down tutoring, and visual learning through exposure to multi media platforms and cultural aspects of the Arabic language. I'm looking forward to helping you reach your goals!
I'm a native Arabic language speaker, and I use Arabic in various forms of communications on a daily basis. My knowledge of the Arabic language comes from growing up in the Middle East where I studied Arabic for more than 12 years and I'm very proficient in standard and various Arabic dialectics. Please Contact me should you have any any more questions regarding my qualifications.
I'm a young professional in the Philadelphia area and speak Arabic as a first language. I would like to use this opportunity to keep up to date with my native tongue while supplementing my income and helping someone
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