Georgetown University Reading/Writing instructor, English for Heritage Language Speakers (EHLS) program http://www.ehlsprogram.org/ Instructor (non-tenured), part-time October 2017—Dec 2017, Full time January –July 2018. Annually renewable, dependent upon successful performance and grant funding renewal.
October—December, 5 hours week
Orientation to program and curriculum
January—June, M-F 9:00-5:00
Reading and Writing for Professionals (2 hours/four sessions a week and weekly one-on-one thirty-minute tutorial with instructor). The goal of this course is to improve scholars’ ability to read, write, and interact clearly and effectively in English in professional settings.
News Analysis (1.5 hours/three sessions a week). In this course, scholars focus specifically on improving their analytical thinking and briefing skills by analyzing news articles in terms of their objectivity, bias, currency, reliability, and accuracy.
Required qualifications: MA and TESOL Certificate or MA in related field and Advanced English classroom teaching; experience teaching critical reading skills, writing professional documents, grammar for communication; experience conducting one-on-one tutorials.
Preferred qualifications: MA in TESOL or Applied Linguistics; ESP Advanced English classroom teaching; professional editing experience; using Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) or ACTFL scale; federal government experience.
To apply, please send or email letter of application, a video demonstrating your teaching, and a current resume with two professional references and their contact information to: ELC Special Programs, Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, 640 Mass Ave, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgetown University is an equal opportunity employer. Interviews and decisions made as soon as possible for an October 2017 start date.
The Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies English Language Center (formerly Center for Language Education and Development CLED) has offered comprehensive English as a Foreign Language (EFL) education and related activities for over 60 years. ELC is comprised of two divisions: the EFL Intensive English Program (EFL) and Special Programs. The English Language Center (ELC) Special Progra...ms is dedicated to promoting cross-cultural understanding as it delivers innovative and effective programs to learners and teachers of English. It specializes in custom and open enrollment programs in the areas of English for Professional purposes and EFL/ESL Teacher Training. ELC's clients include a host of government agencies, non-governmental agencies, and international organizations.