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Let's Learn Letters! (Ongoing)
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In this class, students will learn the first Arabic Alphabet (Alef), through flashcards, images, and games. Students will also learn how to write the letter using their whiteboards, with a sheet of paper, or even by writing in the air. Learners also will be taught how to pronounce this letter properly because each letter has its specific articulation point. We'll do so much in twenty-five minutes, a lot of engagement and activities. We are going to think of words that contain the learned...
This class is taught in Arabic.
I was an English teacher to Arabic-speaking students for more than 30 years. I used to teach my kids and my grandkids English and Arabic as I have long experience teaching kids at actual schools and online. When I was a kid I used to gather the kids in my neighborhood and act the role of my teachers and teach them what I learned that day at school. It’s a joy working with children. I am patient and have a friendly teaching environment. I try hard to understand each of these individual students and motivate them to want and enjoy learning. It is important for teachers to prepare for their classes beforehand, by reviewing all of the class material as preparation goes hand in hand with the organization. Learning is a long-life process, so we, as teachers, have to provide learners with more and better opportunities and improve their quality of life.
Learners will need a whiteboard and markers or a sheet of blank paper, a pen/pencil, and erasers.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
5 total reviews
16 completed classes
I am Muna Habeeb . I live in USA - TX - I have been teaching English for more than 30 years. The first twenty-seven years of my professional career as an English teacher were in the classroom setting teaching elementary-aged children and High...