About meHello, my name is Saleh Seddik, and I am an English, Arabic, and Spanish speaker. I am originally from Cairo, Egypt. I have worked as a professional freelance translator for over five years, but my love for learning foreign languages, in general, has a life-long history. Languages have been a great subject in my life. As a student of languages, I'm obsessed with how it determines our identities and the way it permits us to describe ourselves. I moved to live in Barcelona, Spain, in 2018 for the sake of learning more languages. I decided to be a translator, although I studied International Relations and Political Science. I've also participated in several projects around Europe, giving training and workshops about non-formal education and teaching English and Arabic to young people. I also have several other initiatives regarding teaching languages with gamification and non-formal educational methods. Me as a teacher: I love teaching because I can be who I am when I do it. I have been teaching Arabic to non-native speakers for five years now. I have worked with students from different nationalities with a wide variety of cultures. That has made me understand people from different parts of the world better. I have had lots of students from beginner to advanced levels, and I always structure my lessons depending on the needs of each student. I respect all my students, and I try to encourage and motivate them by giving them a lot of praise and showing them how fascinating and easy languages are. I started my teaching career in an International Company as we used to have an international crew from different countries. At that time, I was responsible for teaching and giving materials to facilitate learning the language. Also, when I moved to live in Spain, I worked for a year as an Arabic and English teacher for people from different countries. I have travelled around twenty countries working and learning about people’s culture. I believe that language and translations make it possible to break through words and barriers and to hear the voice of the other and be heard. My lessons and teaching style: I have created materials for each level from A1 to C1 with my material and books. I have used these materials to teach grammar, writing, listening, reading, and speaking for many years, and they have proved to be very effective. I also use many tools such as Kahoot, Zoom, Genialy, and Memorize. The lessons adapt tools and materials according to students' needs. I also use YouTube videos, movies, and group discussions to hear how natives speak and express themselves, then we discuss. I also use articles from news websites in case you want to be up to date with what's new in the Arab world and the Arabic language.
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