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Lubna Majdalwieh

Lubna Majdalwieh 2

Arabic A

I was born and raised in Jordan, Amman. I have a BA degree in Arabic Literature which I attained from the University of Jordan in Amman.

I am currently in my twelfth year of teaching and during the past seven years I’ve gained extensive experience in the Primary Years Program, Arabic for foreigners as well as the national curriculum.

The examination results attained by my classes over my teaching career has proven that my teaching in the classroom has a positive impact on results. I am continuing this at Nord Anglia International School Dubai to ensure my students are attaining their full potential. During my spare time I enjoy reading, traveling and playing with my two daughters Mira and Bana.

I believe that teaching the Arabic language is a major key for communication and expressing one’s ideas, this is why I believe that it should be taught in a creative, fun way.  Because the Arabic language is a rigid language to teach, teaching it traditionally sometimes is not the way, however, when adding fun and creativity to it this will make comprehension of material much easier to grasp.  It is my continued aim as a teacher to ensure the development of students as a whole through a positive and challenging environment through lessons implementing differentiation and creativity.  I believe that the sky is the limit for each student out there and it’s our duty as educators to remind them of this at all times.