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Rawan

Rawan

I am a medical student at Queen Mary University of London and parallel to that, I teach Japanese, and Arabic.

I am currently working as a bilingual interpreter with DA Languages.

I am a semi-professional ping-pong player and I enjoy reading and poetry.

Tutoring Experience

I have been teaching Arabic to both children and Adults for 3 years.

Tutoring Approach

Rather than adopting a single perspective for second language learning, I use aspects from 3 different approaches: the Grammar Translation Method (GTM), the Audiolingual Method (ALM) and Communicative Language Teaching (CLT).

If the student does not have a specific curriculum to learn, I choose it for them based on their level, purpose of learning the language, and whether they wish to learn a specific dialect or Modern Standard Arabic.

I believe that learning a language must be fun so I tend to use conversations as well as songs to link grammar and new vocabulary learnt to real-life conversations. I also include the cultural aspect associated with the language as it helps a lot to make links and better understand the background of the language. However, whether to include the cultural and/or the religious aspects is entirely up to the student/parent.

My students can pick up Arabic in a relatively short time as long as they are dedicated. The Arabic language is not difficult to comprehend or learn as long as there is a willingness to learn, study, and perfect it.

LanguagesArabic, Japanese, English (British), Spanish
AvailabilityWeekends, Weekdays (all times)
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Qualifications

Aleppo university 2016BachelorsSchool of Medicine
UNHCR2015Professionalcommunication skills
Japan Centre for Academic Cooperation2015Other7TH level Japanese

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