my teaching method is to teach them face to face, in groups, using notes,or visual things like power point to make sure they understanding the topic, make a positive notes to encourage them, help them in different ways.
In my position as a University lecturer, I learned the importance of clear communication with student in order to exchange ideas. This helped to amend any gaps felt in the communication between the student and the lecturer. In addition, positive body language was also used, having in mind the person’s values and cultural background.
My experience has brought me into contact with many different types of people. I am experienced in being able to help you by setting your goals and then to help you achieve them. My Experience is 4 years. I have worked as a teacher face to face & online.
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
My teaching method is based on standards derived from functional linguistics. I believe that language is a source of making meanings in order to achieve certain functions used in real life situations. I also use ICT effectively in my teaching.
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.
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.
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.
• Manage the powerpoint presentation for students. • Provide conceptual knowledge and make them visualize the things.
I cater for the needs of the learners and help them to improve and achieve. I use different teaching materials in addition to the textbook of the students, and make sure that the student understands the lesson and achieve their goals.
I like to keep the lessons enjoyable and interesting. I use activities to deliver the needed information. I use some easy resources from overseas that helps in my teaching. I use the method of entertaining and games in the lessons. each child has different needs and different way of learning so different methods are used with each.
My teaching methods varies, it all depend on the students. We can use books, documents, songs and movies and so many other methods.
My teaching methodokogy based on communication , sharing , feedback , interacting with student and noticing their progression in order to move to the next levels .
I base my teaching on learn yourself style, I ask and brainstorm then lead and guide, teaching is a journey.
I give a tailored courses on demand of people interested!!!!
Freedom and humour are two of the most important things for me, both in teaching and in learning – these are the memories I find most humbling looking back on my own school experiences. The relationship between student and teacher is equally important and there needs to be space to allow for it to take place.
Arabic language is one of the most difficult languages and a smoot approach is essential to be able to learn it quickly. Be it informal spoken language or formal written one, learning a new language needs patience and practice.
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.
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 is making the student first enjoy the tutes, than trying to simplify the material as much as possible.
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 demonstrate my understanding of how students learn using effective classroom teaching strategies that lead to quality learning with the capacity to work with colleagues to continually improve teaching and learning.
My teaching area focus in Discussion Active Learning Cooperative Learning Integrating Technology Encourage active learning.
My teaching method is based on activities and collaboration. You’ll be participating with me and other students to solve questions.
My teaching methodology is to develope the skill of writing, reading and listening of Arabic language and make it simple to the learner
My strategy is to use a wide range of activities to be able to fit my teaching methodology according to students ability and styles of learning.
I am Mixing 3 main methods of language teaching : - The Direct Method - The Reading Approach - The Natural way Studies and experiments have shown that the combination of different methods of language teaching is more effective, as even many experts have considered these methods to be the most recognized for their simplicity and effectiveness.
I have experience for 20 years doing Arabic teacher I love my job i always use different method depends on the level of my students using textbook internet resources.i always deal with all the level start from the beginners to the high level.
I usually tend to use the discussion method in most of my classes which involves two-way communication between participants and myself. I make sure that I am not the only one talking; therefore, I spend some time listening to my participants talking. I believe this is a more effective, modern method of learning.
My teaching methods are usually through stories, because Arabic is a language, and a complex one, therefore teaching it through stories makes it more interesting.
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