01/19/2011 by

Anahit is an Eastern Armenian Language professor,  she graduated from the Yerevan State University Faculty of Armenian Philology in 1987 with a 5-year BA degree equivalent to a Master’s. She is currently tutoring international and local students in Armenian at Yerevan State Medical University, a position that she have held since 2003. She also have served as the Armenian language program coordinator for the Birthright Armenia Foundation since 2005. Furthermore, since 2007, She have also been working with the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) for the Yerevan Summer Intern Program as the Armenian Language Coordinator. Additionally, she teach Eastern Armenian to young Diaspora Armenians as well as foreign diplomats.



She would like to hear more about work opportunities that might be available for an experienced Armenian language teacher. Enclosed is her resume and portfolio
Type Of Position Interested In: Armenian Language Trainer
Preference for contract work or employment: No preference; will consider both.
Areas of expertise: Teaching Eastern Armenian. Native Armenian speaker. Fluent in Russian and English: 520 on TOEFL.
Five years international business experience: Armenian Language Program Manager for the Birthright Armenia Foundation teaching Eastern Armenian Language to Diaspora Armenians.
Eight years experience in teaching Eastern Armenian Language to international graduate and undergraduate students at Yerevan State Medical University (YSMU)
Seven years experience as a private teacher of the Eastern Armenian Language to the embassy staff and business professionals.
Amongst them were /the Indian Ambassador to Armenia, Reena Pandey, Anne Shaffer-Ghumashyan / German Embassy Attaché/, Marcio Alves Saraiva de Lima- Cultural Attaché of the Brazilian Embassy in Yerevan, and Nienke Oomes/ Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund Office in Armenia. Currently, I am teaching the new IMF Representative, Gishermo Tolosa.
Courses Offered to embassy staff and business professionals are:
Intensive, Semi-intensive, One-to-one, Small group, and In-company.
Lessons combine pronunciation practice with reading, writing, listening and
communicating activities tailored to meet the students’ specific needs.
I am the author of the Eastern Armenian Comprehensive Self-Study Textbook, 2008, which is on the
It is my latest publication, and the course I have designed in my book adopts an entirely new approach to learning Armenian. I developed this course over many years through my experiences teaching Armenian to a wide range of students as described above. The textbook is intended for English speakers who wish to learn modern Eastern Armenian, and it is suitable for beginners to intermediate level speakers

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