- Teaches students:
- Ages 19+
- Teaching since:
- September 1992
I am a graduate of Al-Ouzai University of Lebanon (PhD-First-Class Honors with Distinction) in Arabic and Islamic Studies. I am now Adjunct Professor of Arabic at Community College of Philadelphia. I have a serious commitment to be the best teacher for each student or group of students I have the opportunity to teach. I work hard to be a positive language influence in the lives of my students. To keep up with the most effective teaching methods, I attend workshops, and courses in education, and interact with other teachers for advice and to learn new ideas and methods. I teach and develop curriculum for elementary, intermediate and advance Arabic language. I teach Arabic language and culture. Also, I teach courses in newspaper and media Arabic as well as business Arabic. I design Arabic language learning activities, lesson plans, unit plans and I help in testing and placement of students. I use virtual classroom that lets me collaborate in real time during online delivery of classes and training sessions with powerful platform’s features and range of useful tools.+ Read More
Teach and develop syllabuses for elementary, intermediate Arabic language. Teach Arabic and Islamic culture. Also, teach Qur’anic Arabic. Designing Arabic language learning activities, lesson plans, unit plans, Help in testing and placement of students.+ Read More
Teach and develop curriculum for Elementary, Intermediate Arabic language. Teach Arabic language and culture. Also, teach courses in Newspaper and Media Arabic as well as Business Arabic. Designing Arabic language learning activities, lesson plans, unit plans, Help in testing and placement of students. Evaluation of Arabic language tutors.+ Read More
Heading the administrative, financial and educational affairs of the regional center of the University, recruiting students and offering teaching and tutorials in Al-Qur’an, Arabic and Islamic Studies for the undergraduate and graduate students.
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Dr. Muhammad is really nice, and very thorough. He's a great teacher, and I recommend him.
He was a great teacher! Would definitely recommend