English, French, ESL , FSL, Reading, Writing, Psychology, Homework, Elementary, Middle School, Secondary, CEGEP, Organization, Time Management, Interview Prep, Presentation Skills
Ève-Amélie is starting the final year of a Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at McGill University. In the past five years, she has been teaching French and English to a variety of age groups in Quebec, but also in England and Japan. After obtaining her DEC in Modern Languages, Ève-Amélie completed a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Writing and Multimedia at the Université de Sherbrooke, including a semester abroad in English Language and Linguistics at the University of Manchester in the UK. She spent three years working and travelling around the world until she opted for a career change as a speech-language pathologist. Ève-Amélie went back to university and completed a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Psychology at McGill University while always being on the dean’s honour list and graduating with Distinction. Her hard work got her accepted to several Speech-Language Pathology master’s programs in Canada. Ève-Amélie is highly skilled at teaching grammar, reading and writing skills, and oral communication in both French and English. She strongly believes in making her students active participants in their learning process. She achieves that by fostering their verbal communication and their critical thinking as much as possible, and by using role-playing to recreate situations that come up in their everyday lives. Most importantly, Ève-Amélie ensures to create a safe learning environment by encouraging respect, dialogue, open-mindedness, and, of course, having fun. She aims to boost her students’ confidence to keep them motivated to improve on their difficulties while not thinking that these difficulties define them as people.