ESL

Part-Time Position in ESL Section of First Year Writing at DePaul University

The Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse at DePaul University in Chicago is seeking an experienced Chicago-area instructor with an MA in Composition and Rhetoric (or a related field) and TESOL certification to teach Composition and Rhetoric for international students in Autumn Quarter. The course is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursdays at the Lincoln Park Campus. Applicants should contact Eileen Seifert, Associate Director of First Year Writing: eseifert@depaul.edu.

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Part-Time Position in ESL Section of First Year Writing at DePaul University

The Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse at DePaul University in Chicago is seeking an experienced Chicago-area instructor with an MA in Composition and Rhetoric (or a related field) and TESOL certification to teach Composition and Rhetoric for international students in Autumn Quarter. The course is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursdays at the Lincoln Park Campus. Applicants should contact Eileen Seifert, Associate Director of First Year Writing: eseifert@depaul.edu.

Lecturer in Second Language Writing at Arizona State University--Start August 2013

Arizona State University-English Department an academic unit of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Job Rank: Lecturer


Specialty Areas: Lecturer in Second Language Writing

Anticipated Start Date: August 2013

ESL Lecturer

Job Description

Title: ESL Lecturer
Salary: $35 – 40,000

The English as a Second Language Program at Binghamton University seeks a full-time lecturer in ESL beginning fall 2009 for an academic support program, one year appointment with possibility of renewal, pending funding. The successful candidate will teach three courses each semester and direct the English Conversation Pairs program.

Requirements

1. MA in TESOL or related field.
2. At least two years experience teaching a variety of university-level ESL courses.
3. Excellent communication and teaching skills.

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Writing Program for Accelerated Curriculum at a Christian University

Well...here I am about to develop a WAC program, a Writing Center, and an official writing program from within a rather complex structure. My new university is a "regional center," a step-child of sorts. The main campus is structured as a traditional university nearly 2000 miles away, but they create the course manuals and curricula for adult students (23 years of age and older) in accelerated undergraduate and graduate degree programs.