Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

DEPARTMENT OF

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

DEPARTMENT OF

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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Teaching Assistants

Zoe Dunn

  • Zoe is a 4th year student majoring in Linguistics with a minor in Health Studies.
  • She is so excited to be a returning member to the TA team in, and can’t wait to meet new students and share her passion for the subject, especially in her favourite topics of phonetics and morphology! She loved being a TA last year and enjoyed finding her hidden passion for teaching!
  • In the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Zoe has taken many language courses, including Spanish and German, and is proficient in French.
  • Zoe has completed 3 years of volunteer experience with Speech-Language Pathologists, in both the private practice and hospital setting to further her interests in communication disorders and cognitive-language development.
  • Her main interests include atypical development of language, brain injuries, Autism Spectrum Disorders, auditory-processing disorders and psycholinguistics.
  • After she graduates, Zoe plans on completing a graduate certification in Communication Disorders before reaching her end goal of pursing a Masters of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology

Taylor Hill

  • Taylor is a fourth year student majoring in Linguistics with a minor in Psychology.
  • She is very excited to be a teaching assistant for the first time this year and to have the opportunity to meet and work with the LING 100 students.
  • Taylor is an international student from Bermuda. She fluent in English and is proficient in Spanish and will be learning Portuguese this year.
  • She has enjoyed getting involved in the Queen’s and Kingston community. Taylor has been a reading tutor with the Queen’s Students for Literacy’s Read for Fun program, an Orientation Coordinator for the 2017 Arts & Science Orientation Week and will be volunteering in the Language and Cognition Lab this year.
  • Through her Linguistics and Psychology courses, she has become interested in typical and atypical language development. Following the completion of her undergraduate degree she will pursue a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology or Speech Therapy.

 

Farah Wehbe

  • Farah is a fourth-year student majoring in Linguistics and pursuing a Certificate of Competence in French. She is delighted to be returning as a LING100 Teaching Assistant and is thrilled to share her passion and enthusiasm for Linguistics alongside her fellow TAs.
  • Fluent in English and Arabic, and proficient in French, Farah has volunteered in the area of speech-language pathology and has worked with children and adults with special needs to broaden her interests in speech disorders and cognitive-communicative impairments.
  • Farah is also particularly interested in the connections between speech perception and production, as well as the fields of phonetics, morphology, and semantics.
  • In her spare time, Farah is a copy editor and an avid reader, both of which drive her to constantly expand her knowledge and grow as an individual.
  • Upon completing her undergraduate degree, Farah hopes to pursue a Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology.