This is how 2 referees rated Salwa:
Being a mother to three children (two who have graduated), I am able to say that I am: caring, patient and organised. Helping my daughters throughout their educational life has led me to be very imaginative, a skill which I have also transferred into tutoring.
As I grew up in a Arabic country, I feel that I am knowledgable and practical.
I hold a degree in Accountancy and I am a member of two of the main professional accountancy bodies in the UK. Working in accountancy firms taught me that everything is in the detail, in order to achieve results, I must be thorough.
- I taught Arabic at a school in Manchester for 3 years to children aged from 6 to GCSE. I then went on to teach Arabic at a school in Newcastle for a further 3 years to the same age range.
- I also tutored both my daughters when they were taking their Arabic GCSEs. Both of them went on to successfully achieve A*s.
My approach, when teaching, is to make everything as simple as possible. Arabic can be considered a complex language, but by breaking it down into small understandable sections, it becomes very easy to learn.
Considering that many children in the UK may not be speaking, reading or writing Arabic on a daily basis, my approach is tailored to accommodate this need, therefore I take into account each child's learning methods.
I ensure that my lessons are as interactive and interesting as possible in order to make the learning process effective. I went to Secondary school and University in Arabic speaking countries and this strengthens my ability to teach Arabic successfully as I have real life application, I fluently speak, write and read Arabic on a daily basis.
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