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Reflecting on Distant Teaching
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Teachable Opportunities with COVID-19
I preparation for 2020 -2021 courses, I completed Project Based Language Learning Massive Online Open Course with the National Foreign Language Resource Center .
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Students and instructors of the class "Languages in Dialogue" visit the Beinecke Library to examine manuscripts… Posted by The Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, Yale University on Friday, February 28, 2020
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Like many active language educators, I find that I attend, present, give talks and workshops in conferences that target our area of expertise multiple times in the academic year. And as such, I have come to learn that each conference is but an opportunity to learn from and engage with fellow language educators. I have … Continue reading Learning and Growing; Conference Reflections.
About the series: A seven-book series written in MSA targeting improving the reading comprehension. The series targets beginner, intermediate as well as advanced levels. It is designed according to the standards of the American Council for Foreign Language Teaching (ACTFL). Each book includes, in addition to the original text, audio recording, vocabulary, and drills targeting … Continue reading Book Signing
Brings me great joy to accept the invitation that I get from NYATC to preset. Presentation abstract: Grammar is an integral part of the composition of any language and so is teaching it. And as such, experienced and new language educators alike share the desire of teaching grammar in the most effective way possible while … Continue reading Teaching Grammar; Engaging the Learners
Having worked with VoiceThread and completed two of their certification courses, I was happy to share my experience in designing VoiceThread activities based on recent research findings. Read full article here
I am honored to publish my first article in the official blog of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic! Read full article here.
When I was invited to speak to the new cohort the Distance Language Teaching and Learning Program, I knew it was going to be exciting and fun at the same time. And indeed, it was. I walked in on the group finishing a hands-on activity in which they had to remotely collaborate with a partner … Continue reading Speaking to Participants in the Distance Language Teaching and Learning Program 2020
Arabic Music and history is one of the themes that we are studying this semester in both of the advanced classes that I am teaching this semester (ARBC 151 and ARBC 176). Therefore, I was more than happy to contribute to a YDN article that focused on the performance of the iconic Iraqi Maqam on … Continue reading Iraqi Maqam performed on Yale Campus.