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LINGUIST List 18.184

Thu Jan 18 2007

FYI: Language Change Tutor Required, SE England

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        1.    Jane Setter, Language Change Tutor Required, SE England

Message 1: Language Change Tutor Required, SE England
Date: 16-Jan-2007
From: Jane Setter <j.e.setterreading.ac.uk>
Subject: Language Change Tutor Required, SE England

Dear List Members,

I run an INSET course for A Level English Language Teachers at the
University of Reading and am looking for someone who will be able to tutor
Language Change this summer. The person should preferably be based in South
East England (as I am limited with the amount of travel expenses I can
afford to pay!), have teaching experience, be able to adapt or put together
an interesting session for A Level teachers and should, if possible, have
an idea of what is covered in one or more A Level syllabuses.

The course will run from 9th - 13th July. The work involves one or two
3-hour sessions introducing A Level teachers to the area of Language
Change, providing them with a list of resources, some ideas for activities,
and possible topics their students could do for project work.

If you are interested, or if you know anyone who might be suitable, please
contact me at j.e.setterreading.ac.uk .

Many thanks

Jane Setter

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
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