To a new Arabic as a Second Language teacher in an adult education program, the task of teaching Arabic can seem overwhelming. As new Arabic teacher often asks such questions as, “Who will my new students be?”
“What is their Arabic proficiency?” “What materials should I use?” “How do I assess my students and document their progress?” Many local agencies have procedures and practices that address these issues and will provide guidance to new teachers.
The Arab world is a rapidly growing market opening numerous potential professional opportunities for Arabic speakers. Learning the language enables you to get more job opportunities both within and outside the State.
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Learn Arabic in a new interactive way. Learn how to be an autonomous learner. I added new tasks in my teaching as I believe teachers should improve themselves continuously. I teach MSA, Colloquial, Conversation, and Grammar in contextualization. My approach in teaching: Student centered approach. Student should talk more than teacher and that gives him/her the chance for practicing the target language. Learners should practice speaking like a native speaker to achieve progress... try to discover more with me. I like the interactive learning and the interactive environment between student and teacher.
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