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Zoia Suleiman

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Hi! My name is Zoia. I am from Syria and I am studying International Relations at the University of British Columbia.
One of the reasons why I am pursuing this major is that I am fascinated by different cultures and their interactions. There is a strong and complex connection between the language and the culture it is used in which led me to develop a passion for languages since I was young, hence I learned English, Spanish and Russian. While I was learning these languages, I came across many difficulties one might face learning a new language, and therefore, I have developed many strategies to overcome those difficulties.
My native language is Arabic, and I have taught it to international students when I was studying in Armenia! I teach mainly Levantine dialect. I understand that people decide to learn new languages for different reasons, therefore, I make sure to acknowledge the goals my students strive for and I customize my lessons in order to achieve those goals.
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60 minutos

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Currículo

schoolEducação

2022
M.A International and Development Studies
Graduate Institute of Geneva - Geneva
Specialization in Conflict, Peace and Security
2018 - 2022
B.A. International Relations
University of British Columbia - Kelowna, Canada
2016 - 2018
International Baccalaureate Diploma
UWC Dilijan - Dilijan, Armenia

briefcaseExperiência profissional

2016 - 2018
Teacher
UWC Dilijan - Dilijan, Armenia
Taught international students in my college Arabic
2014 - 2014
Teacher
Summer School for Syrian Children - Maykop, Russia
Taught Arabic to children ages 5-11

Aulas particulares

60 minutos