LINGUIST List 16.165

Wed Jan 19 2005

Jobs: Accent Reduction: Teacher, U of Connecticut

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        1.    Marcia Gethin-Jones, English/Accent Reduction: Teacher, University of Connecticut, CT, USA



Message 1: English/Accent Reduction: Teacher, University of Connecticut, CT, USA

Date: 18-Jan-2005
From: Marcia Gethin-Jones <m.gethinjonesuconn.edu>
Subject: English/Accent Reduction: Teacher, University of Connecticut, CT, USA


University or Organization: University of Connecticut, Stamford Campus 
 Department: English as a Second Language
 Job Rank: Teacher  
 Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Phonetics; Phonology; Accent Reduction 
 Required Language: English (ENG)
 
 
 Description:
 
 Accent Reduction adjunct instructor for ESL adult students.  Classes begin
 the week of Jan. 24th.  Students are fluent in English.  Teach 1 or 2
 courses for 4 hours each per week at the University of Connecticut,
 Stamford campus.  Class size limited to 14 students.
 
 
 Address for Applications:
 
  ESL Director Marcia Gethin-Jones 
  University of Connecticut 
  1 University Place 
  Stamford, CT 06901 
  United States of America  
 
 Application Deadline: 20-Jan-2005 
 
 Contact Information:
  Prof. Marcia Gethin-Jones 
  Email: m.gethinjonesuconn.edu 
  Phone: (203) 251-8511 
  Fax: (203) 251-8554 
 
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