My teaching methodology is to create realistic, timeframe, achievable goals for students. Including keep the lessons real, they are able to accept it and relay the examples with their daily lives. I strongly believe in building individuals independence, to be able to build their confidence that they will be able to achieve high results.
I like to teach any one on the topics they want to strenght themselves and practise. Happy to teach how to pronounce correctly. I like to meet outside or at my place to start lessons.
Teaching Approach: I focus on communication and use authentic material (internet, tv & radio as Aljazeera & Alarabiya, newspapers, books, songs and kids stories) to help students not just learn how to write and read Arabic, but also to communicate with native Arabic speakers, in a natural practical context.
I have an interesting approach, that is constantly tailored to suit the student's aim of learning the language. Even though I follow an accredited curriculum from the United Arab Emirates that was specifically designed for non-Arab individuals, I keep plenty of flexible space to adjust to the student's specific goals, as well as unique preferred style of learning.
A teaching method comprises the principles and methods used by teachers to enable student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner, And Encourage is the key for any student.
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.
I have a passion for working closely with colleagues and students and teaching and learning. I am adept at managing my workload and associates and I respond to responsibilities and tasks diligently and effectively. I am looking to work in accounting and teaching where I can apply my skills and many years of experience with the enthusiasm that employers and students deserve.
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.
Each day is based on a different life scenario (students can pick that) and we will learn by living a real situation scenarios based on there suggestions. this methodology has proven itself (as i was student myself) and have seen or experienced myself from a student perspective the difference and advantage of this strategy against the traditional way.
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.
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
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.
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 used to work as a university lecturer for about 4 years. Although my field of teaching was not related to the Arabic language, I have the ability to deliver the information easily and the passion to do my job perfectly.
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.
my teaching method is based on creating a good bondes with my student and to consider them as friends and family members i try to simplify the notions as much as i can i give real exempels for every thing
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.
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.
My teaching method is teaching the essentials of the language first to ensure a strong foundation is built and then I base my lessons on the language skills such as reading, writing, listening and speaking so that students' personal lessons are catered for fully.
My teaching method focuses in activities and promoting students to talk. Activities helps students to learn languages. I keep diversifying activities to maximize students acquisition of knowledge.
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 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 is based upon adapting to the need of the student, in first assessing their level and then working from there to increase fluency and language proficiency, as well as confidence boosting exercises.
The methodology used allows the learning of the Arabic language in a progressive and logical manner without the need for translation. The method is suitable for both young and adult beginners who have never learned the Arabic Alphabet.
I like to simplify stuff, nothing complicated, I will use some powerpoint presentation slides and some board writings plus giving you some simple yet knowledge-building homeworks to make your learning process easier and better.
I base my classes and sessions on globally recognized teaching and training methods that mainly include task-based approach and communicative approach (and communicative events basis) in regards to grammar, vocabulary and speaking, in addition to the principles of Phonetics and Phonology concerning oral expression and accent reduction. Approaches that fit learner's traits I apply.
I am very patient and tailor my teaching methods for each student. I enjoy teaching the Arabic language as well as Arab culture. I enjoy sharing Australian culture with international students and ex-pats and helping people to improve their English skills.
My teaching methodology is ESL and LOTE (Arabic and French) for different levels. I base my class on motivating and engaging students with different topics. I approach topic after understanding students' level then covering all the 4 language skills.
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.
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