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It is said that a man once approached Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Kotzk, and asked him: What shall I make of my son? Make him a teacher, said the rabbi, so he may find a good student one day and even learn something. Anyone who was engaged in teaching a language knows how true it is, especially when you teach your mother tongue. This is why I believe that learning is a joint journey where both teacher and student learn together. I like teaching in groups, especially if the group has a mutual interest beyond learning the language itself, so we can focus on materials that are of interest to all, and the students can maintain a learning group independent of the teacher, where the classes themselves serve as an anchor for fostering self-learning and learning with peers.
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Shalom ! :) Let's talk and get to know each other. I can help you learn and improve your Hebrew skills. I also don't want to oversell her so I suggest we will talk and see if we have the click! :) Cant wait to hear from you.
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Ani Avetisyan is a PhD Scholar at St John's College, Cambridge and an Honorary PhD Scholar at the Woolf Institute, having commenced her research in October 2019. Her research will focus on two unstudied Judaeo-Arabic medical manuscripts from Matenadaran Museum (The Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts). Ani is being supervised by Prof. Geoffrey Khan and Dr Esther-Miriam Wagner at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. Ani was born in Armenia. She earned her Bachelor's degree and first MA in Arabic and Semitic Studies at Yerevan State University. In 2014, she moved to Stockholm to study at Paideia – The European Institute for Jewish Studies. She was a 2014-2015 Moses Maimonides Fellow of the Paideia One Year Programme. She began her studies for a second MA at Heidelb