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Education2008 - Associate degree in English language, literature and civilization
2008- Participation in the NESA UGRAD which is Program is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), U.S. Department of State, and is administered by Georgetown University's Center for Intercultural Education and Development (CIED). The program provides full scholarships for outstanding students from the Near East* and South Asia** for one academic year of non-degree undergraduate study in the United States
2010 - Bachelor degree in English language, literature and civilization
- 2010-2011 -Taught Arabic at Michigan State university within the Fulbright Language teaching assistant program.
2011-2012 Master degree In TESOL from Nazareth College of Rochester
2012-2013 , Master in linguistics, I taught French at West Virginia University
2013- now. PHD in Language education , Indiana Bloomington university
ExperienceHOUSSEM BEN LAZREG
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• August 29, 2011 – August 2012: Nazareth College, USA
Studying for a Master degree in “Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages”.
• August 8, 2010 – May 5, 2011: Michigan State University, USA.
Participated in the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant program
• June 15, 2010: Faculty of Arts and Humanities in Sousse, Tunisia.
Obtained a Bachelor Degree in English Language and Civilization
• August 21, 2008: Southern Maine Community College, Maine, USA.
Participated in an exchange student program called The Near East and South Asia Undergraduate Program
• June 15, 2008: Faculty of Arts and Humanities in Sousse, Tunisia.
Obtained the associate degree in English Language and Literature
• June 15, 2006: Cite Eromana High School in Kalaa Sghira, Tunisia.
Obtained the baccalaureate diploma in Arts
RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE
• June to July 2011: Center for Maghrib studies in Tunis
Worked as a Speaking and Language Socialization Partner with American students learning Arabic.
• September to May 2011: Michigan State University.
Worked as a teaching assistant of Arabic and helped develop curriculum materials.
• May to September 2010 : TUI England ( British Travel Agency)
Worked as a Transfer representative
• June to September 2008: Hotel “Le Marabout” in Sousse, Tunisia.
Worked as a receptionist
• June to September 2007: Hotel “Le Marabout” in Sousse, Tunisia.
Completed a 4 -month training as a receptionist
• November 2010: Taught Arabic culture and language at John R King Academic and Performing Arts Academy in Detroit.
• 2009-2010 : served as a member of the Junior Chamber International
• 2009-2010: Taught English Language courses for 9th grade students in Tunisia.
• Fall 2008: Served as a volunteer with the City Council of South Portland
• Fall 2008: Served as a volunteer with the Maine State Democratic Party
• 2005-2008: Supervised sophomore players with the soccer team of Kalaa Sport
• 1999-2000: Trained members of the Tunisian Boy Scouts
Languages: Proficient: Arabic, French, English, and German.
Average: Russian, Spanish.
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PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
• April 21, 2011: Publication of an article entitled: “When the people will to live, Destiny shall obey” in the State Alumni.
• March 8, 2011: participation in a panel discussion about the recent revolutions in the Middle East and North of Africa at Nazareth College.
• December 8-12, 2010: participated in the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant conference in Washington, D.C.
• July 11- 15, 2010: participated in the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Pre-departure Orientation in Cairo.
• February 23. 2009: Publication of an article entitled ‘’the New Holocaust’’ in the Beacon: a student newspaper of Southern Maine Community College.
• February 2, 2009: Publication of an article entitled ‘’The Unfortunate Universality of Terrorism’’ in the Beacon, a student newspaper at SMCC.
• Brahim Chakrani : Assistant Professor, Arabic Language Coordinator,
A-648 Wells Hall, MSU - Tel: 517-432-3570; Email: email@example.com>
• Debra Andrews: Education Specialist, Maine State Department of Education
Phone: 207.624.6742; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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