LINGUIST List 15.825

Tue Mar 9 2004

Jobs: English Ling/TESOL: Teacher, Central Michigan U

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  1. holde1s, English Linguistics/TESOL: Teacher, Central Michigan University

Message 1: English Linguistics/TESOL: Teacher, Central Michigan University

Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2004 11:42:36 -0500 (EST)
From: holde1s <>
Subject: English Linguistics/TESOL: Teacher, Central Michigan University

University or Organization: Central Michigan University
Department: English Language & Literature
Rank of Job: Teacher
Specialty Areas: English Linguistics/TESOL


visiting position beginning Fall, 2004. ABD or Ph.D. in Applied
Linguistics, English Linguistics, or related discipline required. The
successful candidate must be able to teach graduate level classes in
TESOL methodology, curriculum development, assessment, and second
language acquisition. Ability to teach lower level classes in
language, linguistics, and composition courses is also required. K-12
ESL teaching experience is a plus, as is a record of publication in
the field. Send current curriculum vita, transcripts, materials
documenting teaching effectiveness, and three letters of
recommendation by April 2, 2004, to Dr. Stephen C. Holder, Chair,
Department of English Language and Literature, Central Michigan
University, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859. Recently classified by the
Carnegie Foundation as a doctoral/research-intensive univeristy, CMU
is a growing student-focused university with opportunities for
leadership and involvement for its entire team. CMU, an AA/EO
institution, strongly and actively strives to increase diversity and
provide equal opportunity within its community (see

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Chairperson Stephen Holder
	Department of English Language & Literature
	Central Michigan University
	Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859
	United States of America 	

	Applications are due by 02-Apr-2004

Contact Information:
	Chairperson Stephen Holder
	Tel: (989) 774-3171
	Fax: (989) 774-1271

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