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Associate Degree (Arabic literature)
Bachlor in French Literature and Linguistic (Other)
I am a trilingual teacher, currently an Arabic Language Professor at Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. in the mornings and a French Instructor at the International Center for Language Studies D.C. in the afternoons. I also provide Moroccan dialect upon request. I have taught Arabic and French at the State Department's Foreign Service Institute and at most known language schools in the Washington DC area, such as Inlingua, The Diplomatic Language Service, and the International Language Institute.
During the past few years I have developed my skills and my experiences, including: developing curricula on French and Arabic languages for all skills levels; creating and designing language teaching lessons for speaking, reading, writing, and listening comprehension; selecting appropriate lessons for students and tailoring them to their specific needs; and providing tutorial sessions to enhance students’ speaking capabilities and give them confidence to achieve their goals. Hi all,
I am a trilingual teacher, currently an Arabic Language Professor at Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. in
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I am a native Arabic speaker originally from Morocco. I have an associate degree in Arabic literature. I have taught M.S.A (Modern Standard Arabic) and during the past few years I have worked as an Arabic language and culture instructor with Division of Near East and Asia (NEA) at Foreign Service Institute State Department. Also I have developed curricula on MSA and Moroccan Dialect
and taught Modern Standard Arabic for all skill levels. I conducted and trained diplomats on media interviews in Arabic language and organized and conducted immersion activities with US Government diplomats to Arabic communities in Washington DC. Metropolitan area.