My teaching method would be tailored to suit the groups or students.
I introduce my topics through real world scenarios and real world communicative events. I apply communicative approach and task-based approach to ensure learner's understanding and effective practice. These approaches alongside others are applied in a flexible way that suits individual needs and traits and Learner's characteristics.
To use all of the input methods in teaching : visual, auditory , verbal and practicing all together. I believe in holistic educational method which is centered on the student through ensuring his contribution within the learning process.
I combine fun with learning while incorporating games, videos and songs and using the Quran as a reference. I focus on the pronunciation and the writing and I recommend several interesting books and novels for reading. I have a different methodology for each age and level.
I tailor my class to each person goals and needs.I always make sure that you make a progress after each lesson.I will divide my plan into steps to make sure you will be a confident Arabic speaker after a short time.
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My teaching method is to to start with the alphabet,prepositions,nouns and verbs etc... Then I ask them to construct a sentence of their own or translate on. I always relate everything to something else very well known not to be forgotten later. Sometimes I write the sound of words in English so that they can practice at home on their own.
Teaching methods that I use differs based on the material given, but I use more than 1 method during a session. For example, starting with brainstorming, then going to discussions, group activities and few as lecturing. I prefer using two way communication methods.
I always encourage students to construct their own learning in an environment that stimulates and helps students to realise their full potential, attributes that are essential as Teacher.
As this will be my first time giving Arabic lessons, my proposed teaching method is flexible and is based on the learner's level. I am a very patient and willing to go as slow as possible according the learner's need. My philosophy is that everything is possible as long as you have the interest and willpower to make the effort, and my job is to be as helpful as I can be.
ok, as any language it will take time , starting to know the alphabetic of this language, personal pronouns, days, names of relatives, as well as training on pronunciation and in a short period as one month and by continuous training and listing ,you will be on the way
Arabic language is a nice kind of music you can sing it, not just talk it, It moves like a light breeze, if you felt it you will fly like a colorful kite and you will discover a magical world.
lots of practice in the main language skills Reading, writing, Listening and speaking, in many Arabic accents and formal Arabic , you will get All the support you need and we can go through why you like to learn the language so we can focus on relevant resources
inductive method or deduction method is based mainly on the student because it depends on the student observation to reach the end to the conclusion 1-The teacher begins at the first level Teaching Arabic sounds so that the foreigner recognizes the letter outlets, which are ten exits 2-- training students on some simple expressions, 3-Teaching listening.
My teaching method based in different learning styles such as kinesthetic learning , visual learning and manipulate items. i believe that all these three different learning style should be available to meet all different student traits. Making a flowchart for each lesson.
I have helped students from all levels, ages, and backgrounds. I prefer unstructured lessons that flow naturally to satisfy the curiosity of learners. In case of advanced levels, I focus on writing skills and pronunciation. If the student is a beginner, I shift the focus towards the basics.
My teaching method is by making students learn the basic concepts of the Arabic language and from there they will be able to practice more of the language with me and with their colleagues in class depending on how fast they will get the basics.
based on the student needs and how good their Arabic is I set up lesson structures. i have taught other subjects such as physics but i haven't taught Arabic language before. the lessons structure begins with the basics such the alphabets then we move on to vocabulary and finally grammar.
I start with alphabet letters sound, writing.and the important thing when teach Arabic letters I have to teach the kids the correct output of the letter then the vocalization after that the joining letters ,then how to read the full word.
I always seek the highest quality of educational outcomes. That is why I am using the standards of The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) as a proficiency guideline for teaching language. I read about the experience of leading teachers and specialists with the hope to advance my career path.
I used multimedia in form of video, listening, pictures and story telling as a teaching methods
I base my classes on helping my students by teaching them the language where it originally comes from. I love meeting new people as well as teaching others the wonders of the Arabic language. I teach people by helping them spell the word, write it, and by teaching people how to read it properly. I also help with reading the Quran.
I can teach the most needed sentences in order to be able to communicate in Arabic with others. Sentences that you need if you go to Arabic countries as tourist, what to ask for to reach any place, how to deal with people in Arabic to do any merchandises, how to communicate with people in the store. All what a person need to be able to communicate in Arabic languages.
MY method is a conversational sessions that revolve around the sharing and examining of information after a specific event has taken place. Depending on the situation, debriefing can serve a variety of purposes. It takes into consideration the experiences and facilitates reflection and feedback. Debriefing may involve feedback to the students or among the students, but this is not the intent.
I like to be organized and explain any topics or concepts in stages- starting with the definitions and then application. Depending on the subject, I like to solve several questions of different formats until the concepts become clear. I like the lesson to be smooth, but I also love honesty and appreciate feedback.
my teaching method is grammar and apply it on sentences and use vocabularies to make it a proper sentence.
My teaching method depends on what every student wants to learn. As Arabic is a relatively difficult language and every student is at a different level, I am flexible with what each student requires help with.
My teaching method depends on practical Arabic in real life. I believe that four skills of language should go side by side. I start with a quick placement test to decide the best way to start. I keep the fun at all stages.
I use the facilitating method when teaching. I encourage active learning where students have the opportunity to talk about what they are learning, relate it to previous experiences and apply it to their daily lives. I give prompt feedback and emphasis time on task. I communicate high expectations and respect diverse talents and ways of learning.
I have a new teaching strategies to teach the language to the best of my student's interesting. Arabic language needs a lot of experience and preparation. I like to cover reading, comprehension, speaking and writing skills. Also I teach the proper Arabic with correct grammar and vocabularies.
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