The Language Zone

The Language Zone

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About this tutor

I have done a considerable number of tutoring for different age groups. My teaching approach relies heavily on the communicational method and urges the learners to use the target language with confidence. Special attention is given to accurate pronunciation and grammar as well through a variety of exciting interactive practice. My mastery of Arabic, English , French with native-like fluency entitles me to teach these languages with ease and explain the difficult patterns in the learner’s first language.

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Wayland, MI 49348
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

As a person that has studied in two different educational systems (Moroccan and American), I believe that there are various ways to convey a certain message. Therefore, I usually try to get to know the type of student I am dealing with and whether they are a visual or a verbal learner. Teaching languages also depends on the person's cultural background (and whether they are bilingual) so that also helps me choose among the endless methods I've acquired to get my words across.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I spent most of my life in Morocco and moved to the US two years ago, by myself, where I just graduated on May 21st 2020. However, during these past two years, I founded a French and Arabic club where I taught both of these laguages to my American high school friends that were keen on the idea. Moreover, I have gained a lot of expereience in this field by watching my parents that are both knowledgeable English teachers. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

My lessons will start at $15/ hour. 


How did you get started teaching?

I have done a lot tutoring in high school until I founded my French and Arabic club with the help of my Spanish teacher. The club was a lot of fun and the experience was life-changing.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with a multitude of people from all over the world with different backgrounds and personalities. As I mentioned before, I have learned to categorize my students in order to meet their educational needs. The subject I am tutoring also impacts the way I teach. For instance, when I help students with Math, I am more focused on the visual aspect of the problem, whereas when it comes to teaching a language, I am more worried about the auditory part. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

A lot of people hesitate to hire new and fairly inexperienced teachers; however, students should look at how flexible, enthusiastic and patient the teacher can be. The younger the person is, the more likely they are to be open-minded and to have the ability to communicate with diverse mentalities. This is important, especially when teaching a language.