Arabic is a Semitic language with about 280 million native speakers. It’s spoken in many countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa, as well as by some communities in the United States.
Arabic teachers are responsible for teaching their students the fundamentals of the Arabic language. This includes pronunciation, grammar rules, sentence structure, and other elements that make up the daily use of this language.
Arabic teachers typically have a wide range of responsibilities, which can include:
- Preparing lesson plans that adhere to state standards and align with the curriculum for the subject area
- Demonstrating pronunciation, intonation, and stress to help students develop an understanding of these concepts
- Providing feedback on students’ progress during lessons, including identifying any areas that need improvement
- Assisting with tutoring students as needed in order to ensure that they understand the material
- Maintaining discipline in the classroom through firmness when necessary while still encouraging student participation
- Helping students improve their reading comprehension skills by providing them with a variety of reading materials
- Conducting workshops or other educational programs outside of the classroom setting, such as book clubs or parent-teacher conferences
- Teaching students about culture and customs of the Arab world and fostering understanding between cultures
- Designing activities that help students develop language skills such as reading, writing, speaking, listening, and pronunciation
- Candidates must be qualified and trained in the concerned subject as per KHDA norms and our internal requirements.
- Candidates must have experience of a minimum of 3 years