I've been teaching Arabic to native English and Urdu speakers for the past 8 years. My goal had been primarily to introduce teaching Arabic as a language and communication tool rather than focusing on grammar rules as is the prevalent trend in most classical Arabic courses, and to that I owe my success. I depend heavily on computers to deliver my lessons, which I have prepared on Powerpoint, and focus first and foremost on verbal communication before moving on to other skills like reading and writing. Give me a try I'm sure you'll love my method when you see yourself speaking and constructing sentences on your own from the very first class!
Right now I have the highest number of students prepared by any single to teacher for the Arabic GCSE examination from Karachi with exceptional results every year. In the last batch that gave the exam from Karachi in 2016, 21 students appeared from Karachi, out of which 12 prepared with me. Only 4 students got askeriks (*) and all from my students :)
Al-Itqan academy for Arabic language - Karachi, Pakistan
I am the founder of this institute where I teach the Arabic language to people seeking to travel, to read medieval Arabic texts, or to prepare for any competitive examination.
2013 - 0
Teacher and Coordinator
The Intellect School - Karachi, Pakistan
Teacher and Coordinator for the subject of Arabic language in the Secondary Section. My job is to manage a team of 4 teachers of the Arabic language teaching Grades 4 to 6, and myself had to teach grades 7 to 9 and prepare them to appear for the Arabic GCSE examination.
2001 - 2007
Arabic language, Grammar, Literature, Rhetoric and Religious Sciences
Madrasah Ibn e Abbas - Karachi, Pakistan
A 7 year intensive course on Arabic language and all it's sciences, and Religious Sciences in the Arabic medium