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Rachel Carter

Rachel has recently completed her Bachelor of Education at the University of Ottawa and her undergraduate degree at the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Arts with a minor in French as a second language.

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Tutoring Locations
Ontario: Burlington, Oakville

Contact Information
Phone: 905.464.3476
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Lesson Types and Tutoring Fees
Half Hour: $20 - Full Hour: $30 - Length of lessons is based on pre-assessments and student/parent needs - I would be happy to answer any questions! Thanks!

Type Fee
Individual  $20 - $30

Lesson Languages
English, French

Tutoring Services and Experience
University of Ottawa: Bachelor of Arts with a Minor in French as a Second Language

While attending the University of Ottawa, Rachel took many courses to improve my french, which included French Literature, Second Language Teaching and French Grammar

University of Ottawa: Bachelor of Education- Primary/ Junior Division

Throughout Rachel’s experience at Teachers College, I have learnt the necessary skills to engage students in meaningful lessons in every subject. Rachel has had practice teaching in a Kindergarten classroom as well as a Grade 5/6 classroom which has prepared her to teach students of varying needs in kindergarten through to grade 6.

Charles Sturt University: French as a Second Language Additional Qualification Part 1

French as a Second Language, Part I is an introductory course that focuses on the theory and practice underpinning French as a Second Language education. This course will be of interest to teachers who wish to acquire fundamental knowledge and skills in French as a Second Language education: Core, Extended and Immersion. Candidates will have opportunities to reflect, communicate and apply their learning through practical learning experiences.

Brock University: Special Education Additional Qualification Part 1

Understanding the Education Act, Ministry curriculum expectations, regulations, policy and the Standards of Practice that support Special Education. Identification of students with exceptionalities; characteristics and definitions of: Behaviour; Communication (Autism, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Language, Speech Impairments); Intellectual (Giftedness, Mild Intellectual Disability, Developmental Disability); Physical; Multiple. Knowing how to write, develop and amend an IEP, importance of information technology.

Elementary school: Communication Skills, French, Math, Science
Foreign Languages: French

French, French Immersion, Core French, Math, Science, Language Arts, Tutor,

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