I have been Teaching Arabic in London at Cactus Language since 2014, and teaching Arabic for High level and GCSE at another language centers. I teach Arabic at the Cactus centre in Holborn.
I am from Bahrain and I have been living in London since 2011.
I was born in Bahrain, a small country but it’s very nice and the people in Bahrain enjoy good qualities such as: generosity, liberality, sociality, friendliness & cooperation. Bahrain has one of the most ethnically diverse societies in the world, owing to the cosmopolitan nature of its population.
Foreign citizens outnumber Bahraini citizens, and therefore foreign influence has been integral in shaping the culture of the kingdom of Bahrain. The culture of Bahrain is largely based on Arabic culture and is similar to the cultures of neighboring countries (GCC countries). The most popular language in Bahrain is the Bahraini Arabic dialect, a local dialect of Arabic used in Bahrain.
I have a PhD in Education, Technology and Training. Furthermore, I have wide experience in education.
I am also working at The International Colleges of Islamic Science – London. My mission is teaching methods of research, and supervising students’ projects and thesis in their Masters and PhD programmes.
When I teach, I especially enjoy teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers. I have many methods in language teaching and I focus a lot on using language that students need in real life situations.
Learning Arabic is beautiful but the most beautiful thing is speaking Arabic with a native Arabic speaker.