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LINGUIST List 19.349

Thu Jan 31 2008

Jobs: Japanese & Applied Ling: Open Rank, Educational Testing Service

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        1.    Eronmwon Balogun, Japanese & Applied Linguistics: Open Rank, Educational Testing Service, Kansas City, MO, USA

Message 1: Japanese & Applied Linguistics: Open Rank, Educational Testing Service, Kansas City, MO, USA
Date: 30-Jan-2008
From: Eronmwon Balogun <APreaderets.org>
Subject: Japanese & Applied Linguistics: Open Rank, Educational Testing Service, Kansas City, MO, USA
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University or Organization: Educational Testing Service
Department: PASS
Job Location: Missouri, USA
Web Address: http://www.ets.org
Job Rank: Open Rank

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics

Required Language(s): Japanese (jpn)


Attention AP(R) Chinese and Japanese Teachers and College Faculty
Evaluate AP Exams at the College Board's Annual AP(R) Reading

Applications are accepted throughout the year but you are encouraged to
apply now to be considered for appointment to serve as an AP Reader at the
June AP Reading. Complete the online application URL below and click:
Information for AP Chinese and Japanese Readers.

The June 2008 Reading (June 9th-June 15th) will be held in Kansas City,

Why you should become an AP Reader:
- As a Reader, you are vital to the AP Program because you ensure that the
AP grades students receive accurately reflect college-level achievement in
each discipline.
- You will receive a stipend, will be provided with housing and meals, and
reimbursed for travel expenses.
- You will find out what bright, hardworking students from around the world
are learning and the heights of excellence they can achieve.
- You will practice establishing and using a rubric consistently, which can
make you a better educator when you return to your own students.
- You will receive a certificate awarding Continuing Education Units and
Professional Development Hours.

Join more than 9,500 college faculty and AP teachers from all over the
world who gather for one week in June at college campuses around the
country to read, evaluate, and score students' essays at the annual AP Reading.

At the AP Reading you will also:
- exchange ideas,
- share research experiences,
- discuss teaching,
- establish friendships,
- and create a country-wide network of faculty in your discipline that can
serve as a resource throughout the year.

To learn more about AP, visit AP Central
(TM)-apcentral.collegeboard.com-the College Board's online home for AP

E-mail questions ETS Performance Assessment Scoring Services to the contact
e-mail below.

Educational Testing Service is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. ETS is an authorized provider of Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Web Address for Applications: http://www.ets.org/reader/ap
Contact Information:
Email: APreaderets.org

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