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High School Teacher

February 07, 2018

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To secure a full-time permanent position as an Junior/Intermediate/Senior, Core French/ English or French Immersion Language/ Humanities teacher. To continually put in practice the best teaching methods in order for students to maximize their potential and demonstrate acquisition of the skills and knowledge as outlined in the Curriculum Expectations.


Masters degree, French studies, York University, 2003

B.A./B.E.D., Concurrent Program, York University, 1997

ESL Part 1, U of T, Additional Qualification, Faculty of Education Program, 1991

French Honours Specialist,Queens University, 2002


January 2017 to present ESL Teacher Future Skills High School

-plan courses of study for various ESL classes.

-putting into practice my creative and organizational skills when researching and selecting appropriate resources as well as teaching methods to ensure that students develop and reinforce their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in English.

-discuss, analyze various literary and media texts.

January 2017 to present Blyth Academy

-plan units of study, lesson plans and evaluative practices for

a Senior History Course.

Summer 2016, New Oriental International College

-plan units of study and lesson plans for the Senior English courses.

-ensure that students acquire the skills and knowledge as outlined in the Ministry expectations

-manage the classroom through well thought-out teaching strategies and a variety of teacher led as well as student-centered activities.

-Analyze novels, poetry and newspaper articles.

-Create various written texts.

JEI Learning, Tutoring Centre, Markham, May 2016 to Present

-evaluate academic needs of students and gather appropriate teaching material and methods to ensure that they develop the necessary skills and knowledge in elementary and secondary French and English courses.

Canada Creative Education, May 2016 to Present

-same as above tutoring position.

Occasional Elementary Teacher, York Region District School Board


_give clear instructions to students regarding a variety of tasks to be completed, ensure that students remain on task by offering necessary assistance and reinforcing behavioral expectations, explain new concepts or review course material.

Occasional Grade 9 Academic and Applied Core French Teacher, Pineridge Secondary School, February 2005 to July 2005

_plan a French program for students of various academic levels

in order for them to achieve the Curriculum Expectations in FSL for reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Victoria Park Collegiate Institute, Core and I/B French for Grades 9 to 11, September 2005 to January 2007

_plan and deliver course material for Grades 9 to 12 Core French and IB French. Choose and coordinate appropriate resources, learning activities, second language teaching methods and evaluative practices in order to maximize students' potential and make them achieve the Curriculum objectives

Secondary French teacher, Pickering High School, September 2000 to December 2005

_plan and deliver course material and objectives for Grades 9 to 11 Core French and French Immersion Language courses. Use of a variety of activities to accomodate students' of varying academic backgrounds and interests. Plan units of study, a variety of types of daily lessons and evaluative methods in order for students to achieve the Ontario Curriculum objectives; focussing on a variety of methods which take into account the theories of Multiple Intelligences, Blooms' Taxonomy, Second Language Learning and Learning skills

Secondary French teacher, Dunbarton High School, September 1999 to July 2000

_plan and deliver course material and objectives for Grades 9 to 11 Core French students. Establish and reinforce classroom expectations regarding behavior and learning skills. Plan units of study and daily lessons to keep students' interests through the amalgamation of a variety of resources and teaching strategies in order for them to achieve the Ontario Curriculum strands of french as a second language strands; namely reading, writing, speaking and listening


_English Language Assistant, Lycee Magendie, Bordeaux, France

create English language/culture learning experiences for secondary school English students

_Language Monitor, 1993 to 1994, Bridletowne Circle P.S.

coordinate, plan with French Immersion teachers for additional support and drama/cultural and language experiences for

French Immersion students


Proficient in Microsoft Word, the internet, powerpoint presentation and e-mail

Multilingual in French, English, Hindi and elementary Spanish

Assisted in organizing exchanges, multicultural talent shows, French Oral speaking contests and French Clubs

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