My teaching method is mostly conversational and storytelling based. This brings fun into the classroom while helping students to put their language skills into everyday practice. I have found that providing examples through storytelling helps to link words to real life situations. This assists in the functions of their daily lives both in and outside of the classroom.
I am an undergraduate student in Winnipeg studying Human Rights and English. It is my graduating year and I plan to pursue a master's degree in the future. For the last 3 years I have taught English to children new to Canada, as well as at risk youth in Winnipeg's inner city schools.
24 hour cancellation policy: If a student cancels a lesson less than 24 hours before a scheduled session, the student will be charged $15.00 unless emergency or extenuating situations apply.
Make Music Matter Bukavu, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo
September 2017 - Present
Researcher - Monitoring and Evaluation
Evaluating and observing psychologists in hospital settings, creating a range of monitoring and evaluation documents, working as an English language partner for patients living at the hospital, working in tandem with research team while attempting to bridge language gaps between the over 242 languages spoken in Democratic Republic of Congo
Winnipeg School Division Winnipeg, MB
January 2015 - September 2017
Working primarily in inner city schools with at risk youth and students new to Canada, utilizing storytelling as a tool for learning, stories used to provide examples for students to put their language skills to good use, providing visual and movement aids for students to relate vocabulary to objects and situations
Bachelor of Arts in History
University of Winnipeg
Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights & English
Graduation - April 2018
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