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Hello, My name is Samar, I am Egyptian, and I am a community tutor on many sites in the city of Alexandria. I speak four languages (Arabic, English, Italian and Greek). I am here to help you in your study, and it would be a pleasure to be your teacher. I graduated from the faculty of Arts, Department of Greek and Roman Archaeology in 2013.
My name is Mohammad Ghreeb, and I graduated from the department of the Arabic language, faculty of Arts, Cairo University, in 2010. I had a master's degree from the same department, in eloquence, Arabic literary criticism and discourse analysis, in 2017. I joined the PhD program on the department of the Arabic language, faculty of Arts, Cairo University in the same major in 2018. I have been teaching the Arabic Language to Non-native Speakers Since 2012. I have taught students from many nationalities and different cultures. I teach classical Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic and Egyptian dialect. I teach other programs for advanced students such as grammar, conversation, media Language, literature, eloquence, prosody, Islamic studies and the language of different scientific disciplines. My goals as a teacher are to help students to develop in the language and talk more confidently. Because of this, I provide a highly customized lesson for every student to make sure that they achieve their individual needs. I prefer to teach Arabic with Arabic, and not another language, because it is an effective technique for improving students skills such as conversation and listening. My classes and homework are based on applying all language skills.
Hi, my name is Wisal, I am a native Arabic speaker, and I've been working as a teacher for ten years because I enjoy it. I worked with students of different ages and backgrounds, and the thing I love the most about my work is seeing the result of my hard work. When my students get better, and they have enough confidence to use Arabic, I taught them more. I would love to help you learn Arabic, correct pronunciation, and conversation skills. I am sure you will love Arabic!
Hi, My name is Fatima, and I am a native Arabic speaker. I have been teaching online since 2017. I teach both children and adults. I have a degree in TESL too, so I teach English which helped me in teaching non-natives tremendously. Quite a number of my students are either children or humanitarians, doctors, etc., who work with NGOs and about to be relocated to an Arabic speaking country. I also taught other students who are interested in learning MSA only to read books, especially the Quran. Although I use curriculum sometimes, I teach children using PowerPoint slides and TPR technique, and I also use TPRS for efficient storytelling in classes. I usually follow themes in my lessons to make it easier for my students to grasp the language fast. As for the adults, it depends on the goals specified by the student as he/she may prefer MSA or just the Yemeni dialect. I also teach conversational Arabic for those who are interested in speaking only. The lessons are usually recorded, converted into MP3 audio files and shared with the students after the lessons.
As-salam alaykum, Hello! My name is Eman Ahmed. I am from Egypt, and I am a professional language instructor with over a decade of experience teaching the Arabic language to non-native speakers. I teach both modern standard Arabic (“fus-ha”) and Egyptian colloquial Arabic. In other words, I teach both the formal written Arabic that you find in books and in the newspaper, and the everyday form of the Arabic language that you would hear on the street here in Cairo. I have taught students at all levels, both online and in formal classroom settings. My students have come from many different fields, including US Air Force Academy cadets and American college professors. Are you are just starting with your first Arabic words, or you are trying to improve your advanced Arabic? Regardless of your language level is, I will be more than happy to help you advance. I am well practised with several online medium and tools for teaching, including Zoom, Skype and Whiteboard.
Hello, I am Safwan from Syria. I live in Kuwait, and I am a native Arabic speaker and tutor. I teach Arabic online, and I have been teaching English as a second language in Kuwait for nine years. I had a BA in English in 2007. What qualifies me to teach Arabic is that I know the Holy Quran by heart, and I have two certificates in teaching it. I adopt simplicity while teaching, and I give learners the chance to practice. My students never feel bored in my lessons. Let's start studying.
Aslam Alaikum! I'm Osama Mohamed from Egypt; I'm a Quran and Arabic teacher. I have a bachelor's degree in Arabic and Islamic studies, and a diploma in Islamic studies from the University of Alazhar. I have five years of experience teaching Arabic and Quran to non-speakers. I teach the Quran with tajweed, and I use interactive methods. I can teach Arabic and Quran in English and French. I'm good at English and French. I'm using Qaida (norannia)and Qaida (Bagdadia) in teaching Arabic and Quran.
Assalamu Alaikum. My name is Mohamed Fouad. I am a professional, experienced and creative Arabic teacher for non-native speakers from Egypt. I graduated from the Faculty of Dar Al Uloom, Department of Arabic section Studies and Islamic Sciences, from Cairo University in 2002. I completed my Bachelor’s degree at the Faculty of Public Education at Zagazig University in 2003. Then, I completed my Bachelor’s degree at the Higher Institute of Islamic Studies in 2010. Now, I am doing my Master's in Arabic Linguistics and teaching Arabic at the Department of Criticism and Rhetorics at the Higher Institute of Islamic Studies. All this made me able to teach Arabic to non-native speakers. I have 15 years work experience in teaching Arabic, Islamic studies, Modern Standard Arabic, Egyptian colloquial, Media Arabic, Grammar, and literature in centres, in schools, in institutes and online (for non-native speakers). I already have lots of students around the world so I know lots of cultures and I will share Arabic culture with you. I have taught more than 5000 hours on four online platforms, and I am enjoying it. I use different teaching tools to make my lessons enjoyable and exciting. For my methodology of teaching, I rely on students’ needs and goals. I also aim at making my students more confident at using the four language skills: speaking, reading, listening and writing. I also focus on conversations and daily life language. I use many books to fulfil my students' learning needs. I will provide you with worksheets, audio and video files, pdf and word documents, and PowerPoint materials. I use Google Docs to share and work on documents. My lessons are fun, interactive, and amusing. I would be glad to support you and be your tutor. I would be glad to help you with gaining fluency in Arabic.
Hello I'm HEND i'm Arabic native speaker from Tunisia , I graduated as journalist , I speak English and french , i worked as journalist for 10 years also i took the position as translator in news paper French to Arabic and English to Arabic last but not least i hold the titel of an Arabic teacher for 2 years in privet school in my country Actually i love learning languages because it's useful for making friends and knowing different cultures also get new jobs and different perspective
My name is Sama, and I am a tutor of non-spoken Arabic. I'm going to teach you standard Arabic and Egyptian dialect, and we will practice the Arabic language skills. I'll teach you speaking, reading, writing and listening in an unconventional ways
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Online Arabic Tutors FAQ
What is Justlearn?
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How are the Arabic tutors verified?
The Justlearn staff carefully reviews each teacher application that comes through. Most applications are rejected. If the tutor passes the initial review, we contact them and require additional information. We continue to review tutors and reject their profiles if they are not replying regularly to messages, if they skip on lessons and more. We want to maintain our reputation of providing high-quality service and the best learning experience.
How do online lessons work?
We use ZOOM to connect students and teachers online. They can access the ZOOM online classroom from either mobile phone or desktop. The video conference room contains advanced features for optimal language learning. You will practice your language skills with modern language tools such as screen share, share files and much more.
Are learning materials included?
Learning materials are very important as they aid in processing students learning development. Here in Justlearn, since we are a one-stop-source to different language tutors from all around the globe, each tutor has their own learning materials where they create, strategize, and use tools to help them in mentoring their foreign students.
Do tutors teach all ages?
Yes, these tutors are willing to teach people of different ages - kids, teens, and adults. As a tutor, it is natural for them to be engaging, interactive and welcoming and not selective to a group of learners. One of our goals is to provide language tutoring to all ages.
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Can a student become a tutor in Justlearn?
It is common that at some point, people who were learning a language want to teach as well. Whether it is the beauty of teaching and passing the knowledge, communication with others, or after an enjoyable experience with his/her tutor realizing tutoring is the right job for him or her on the platform. Justlearn allows every person to become a tutor. However, he/she has to fulfill some requirements. Here are the most important of them: (1) A tutor can teach only his/her native language. (2) Filling out the Teacher's Application form is required. (3) Bachelor's degree minimum. For more information on how to become a tutor and fill out an Application form, please visit Help Center, tutors' section. Or you can simply go to Apply to Teach page.
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What is the most important qualification that you should look out for in choosing a tutor?
Above all else, it's important for you and your tutor to be able to communicate in a common language. It may not be English because the tutor might be fluent in your native tongue, too. But if the tutor you chose is a native speaker of the language you want to learn and isn't fluent with your native language and you know how to speak in English, then make sure he can speak English, too.
What should you expect in learning a language?
Learning a new language takes time, lets you put in a bit more effort and resources to make it work. If you have a specific timeframe that you're following, then you'll need more of the three aspects to learn it. You should also expect that if it's just a bit too difficult for you, then you have to be open to your tutor about your difficulties so that what you've invested on will not go to waste. In that way, your tutor will be able to make adjustments and will help you achieve your goal.
How can you be more effective in learning a language?
Always be attentive in your lessons and when you're done with them, make sure that you are able to practice and apply what you learned. Your tutor will give you tips on how to practice on your own and might give you homework. If the tutor doesn't, then you can ask for it so you can keep practicing off schedule. You always have to help yourself while you're on your own so that when you're already out there and speaking with the locals, it's not that hard to pick up on what you learned anymore.
What factors should you consider in learning a language online?
Learning a language online needs you to invest in a good internet connection, if you don't have any yet, because it's the only way to work with a tutor. You also have to invest your time and if time is difficult to spare, you might as well choose a platform that allows you to choose your own schedule. You also need space, like a quiet room, where you can speak with the tutor and be able to focus on your lessons.
How can you help your language tutor be effective in teaching you?
Always be attentive with what your tutor is teaching you. It's the only way for you to understand and learn easily. Make sure that you follow the schedule that you agreed on or what you choose for yourself if that's how it works. You also have to participate in the activities that your tutor has planned for you because these have been tailored fit with the requirements that you have set. If you are asked to practice during the days when you don't have lessons, you have to religiously do so.
What kind of language tutor should you choose?
It really depends on your learning style. If you think you can learn better if the person is more of someone who teaches professionally then you can find someone who teaches that way. If you're the type who learns while just talking to the teacher, then you can opt for someone who's friendly, enthusiastic and fun but still focusing on the lesson at hand. Always read a tutor's personal introduction so you have a bit of an idea who they are and how they teach.
What's the advantage of hiring a tutor?
It's an advantage to hire a tutor because lessons will be customized for you and you'll be guided in learning them to make it more effective for you. You can easily interact with them and ask them to elaborate if something's not really that clear to you. They will also be able to give you feedback on your progress with your lessons and how far along you are in achieving your goals in learning the language.
How can learning a language benefit me other than being able to communicate with it?
Studies have proved that learning languages can help you with other mental processes as it sharpens your thinking skills. There's significant improvement in your memory, enhances your concentration, it helps you be able to multitask with ease and improves your listening comprehension skills. It also helps you solve problems easily because it enables you to critically be able to think to come up with effective solutions.
What should be your mindset so you can learn a new language easily?
If you already have a particular language in mind because you have goals to achieve, prepare yourself to learn it and be mentally ready to take risks. There will be times that you will struggle but it should always challenge you to work harder and do better. You have to be optimistic and determined that no matter how many obstacles you have, you're still willing to make it happen and be fluent in the language you want to learn.
How important is motivation in learning a language?
Before you decide to learn a new language, you have to be able to answer the question, "Why do you really want to learn?" It could be because you'll get a promotion at work, or for a new relationship, or because you want to get better grades in school and etc. There are many reasons why you want to push yourself to learn. Your reasons why you have to learn affects the level of motivation that you exhibit in learning and it also shows in the progress that you achieve.
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