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Tue Mar 21 2000

Jobs: Spanish Lang:Lecturer at Arizona State Univ,USA

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  1. Gladys Vega Scott, Spanish Lang: Lecturer at Arizona State University,Tempe,AZ,USA

Message 1: Spanish Lang: Lecturer at Arizona State University,Tempe,AZ,USA

Date: 16 Mar 2000 18:30:26 -000
From: Gladys Vega Scott <gladysasu.edu>
Subject: Spanish Lang: Lecturer at Arizona State University,Tempe,AZ,USA

Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Instruction and coordination of lower-division Spanish
courses
Other Desired Areas: Testing and supervision
University or Organization: Arizona State University
Department: Languages and Literatures
State or Province: Arizona
Country: USA
Linguists are encouraged to apply.
Final Date of Application: April 21, 2000
Contact: Gladys Vega Scott gladysasu.edu

Address for Applications:
Arizona State University - Department of Languages and Literatures - Box
870202
Tempe
AZ 85287-0202
USA
	
Lecturer of Spanish. 3-year renewable, starting Fall 2000. 
Requirements: Master's Degree in Spanish and evidence of native/near
native fluency in Spanish and English. Experience in teaching
college-level Spanish; demonstrated knowledge of and experience in
communicative and/or content based instruction, testing and assessment. 
Desired: Ph.D. or ABD in Spanish and/or supervisory experience. 
Duties: Teach three lower-division courses each semester; assist
Program Director with the coordination and supervision of language
instruction and preparation of testing materials. Submit letter of
application, academic transcripts, CV, three letters of recommendation,
complete sets of teaching evaluations from three courses, and one
example of a test prepared by the candidate, to: Dr. David William
Foster, Chair; Dept. of Languages and Literatures; Arizona State
University; Box 870202; Tempe, AZ 85287-0202. Application materials
must be postmarked April 21, 2000; and every two weeks thereafter until
filled. 
ASU is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.
	
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