my technique methods are giving practices and open interesting conversation to improve student vocabulary and comprehension.
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 cater classes, workload, areas of emphasis based on the student's personal goals (example: to understand basic Arabic words / to be able to read, write, or carry basic conversation / academic writing... Etc.) I try to focus on teaching what you would like to learn and give exercises to help you retain and practice what you learn.
I like to start my teaching from the beginning with the basics like any language for beginners as I find it as the easiest way to start any new language.
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.
Simplicity is my method in teaching, making the information simple and easy to understand and remember is my main approach in teaching. Further, I consider listening to various conversations, watching Arabic movies, Arabic programs, reading Arabic magazines, newspapers, etc as a powerful tools to learn Arabic language.
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 teach Arabic for beginners and intermediate. I used brainstorming and open discussions, role plays as my teaching methodology . For beginners, especially at the early ages, I use different method and games to make the young students love the language.
As students' interests expand and diversify, so do the teaching techniques and styles. I usually start my classes with mind warm-up method so students can learn better when engaged. I also use technology in teaching to engage students, as I am able to go beyond the paper, pencil and textbook and connect with students on an authentic level.
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