Guide for LIC Language Monitors

Guide for LIC Language Monitors

Monitors are a critical part of the success of our short immersion programs here at Languages and Intercultural Communication in the School of Continuing Studies. This guide is to help you and the students in your care to get the most out of your exchanges.

Important Contacts
Who you gonna call? McGill staff email and phone
Canadair water bomber
Safety and Emergencies
Student safety and security is your first responsibility
Students doing lab orientation
Day One
Student cards, lab orientation and campus tour
The Monitor Role
Monitors are professional talkers - just keep talking.
420 Sherbrooke West - EVO
Evo Residence
For residential programs - 420 Sherbrooke West
Notre Dame Basilica interior
Daytime Class Outings
Class monitors help students discover Montreal life and culture
Food Events
Montreal and Quebec food specialties are an important cultural experience
Fireworks in Montreal
Summer Evening Activities
After supper, there are many options for students
Parliament Buildings in Ottawa
Weekend Activities
Out-of-town trips and exploring the city
Volunteer students working in the kitchen
Community-Based Project
Your group may be exploring or volunteering in the community
finger pointing
Serious Rules
This job is a lot of fun, but remember these rules.
Employment at LIC
Timesheets and getting paid in the big McGill system