Najeeb's Fun Facts
Shafoot ( Yemeni dish)
Najeeb is a well-qualified teacher, with ten years experience of teaching Arabic as a foreign language for students from different parts of the world,Yemeni Dialect, Qurranic Studies, Tajweed and Telawah included also. He has been teaching al-kitaab fii ta'allum al-arabiyya, Gateway to Learn Arabic, Arabic for media, conversational Arabic materials, and many other recommended books since 2005.
He is also a supervisor of English language in Public Schools, Minister of Education, Yemen and as a result of that, he is considered as an expert in teaching Arabic and English languages for foreigners.
He is creative and innovative with good organizational skills. He has the ability to plan time effectively, simultaneously
co-coordinating a variety of projects, often to demanding deadlines.
He has a methodical and systematic approach to problem-solving, implementing and developing methods of teaching in different learning environments, e.g., classroom settings, one-on-one, email or Skype.
He is a father of three children and spends his free time with them.
He is motivated to quickly learn to use new computer software, processes, and technologies.
He has a positive attitude, energetic and enthusiastic.
His Current Time Zone is:(GMT +3:00) Europe/Moscow
He Can Teach These Specialized Courses:ALPT
He Can Teach The Following Age Groups:Children, Adolescents, College, Adults, Seniors
I often develop special programs of learning, suited to the students’ requirements, and implement a suitable curriculum, after assessing their level and objectives, whether general or with more specific emphasis on the media, aid and development, classical or religion.
I motivate my student's to use the language as much as they can. I use the active learning strategy to teach Arabic.
BA. in English Language, Faculty of Languages, Sana'a University, Sana'a, Yemen in 2002.
I have attended three training courses related to teaching Arabic language teaching for foreigners in Yemen College of Middle Eastern Studies, the last one was done by Peter Abboud and Aman Attiya, the Arabic Language professors, Austin University.
I like reading literature in Arabic and English. I swim regularly and enjoy spending time with my wife and our three children.