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LINGUIST List 21.1345

Fri Mar 19 2010

Jobs: Hindi & Language Acquisition: Lecturer, Rice University

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        1.    Marcie Newton, Hindi & Language Acquisition: Lecturer, Rice University, Texas, USA

Message 1: Hindi & Language Acquisition: Lecturer, Rice University, Texas, USA
Date: 18-Mar-2010
From: Marcie Newton <csladminrice.edu>
Subject: Hindi & Language Acquisition: Lecturer, Rice University, Texas, USA
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University or Organization: Rice University
Department: Center for the Study of Languages
Job Location: Texas, USA
Web Address: http://langcenter.rice.edu
Job Rank: Lecturer

Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition

Required Language(s): Hindi (hin)

Description:

Rice University's Center for the Study of Languages invites applications
for a full-time Lecturer in Hindi. This is a two-year, renewable
appointment with a 3/3 teaching load, to begin July 2010.

Requirements:
M.A., native or near-native with official OPI level of Advance-high or
above, training in foreign language pedagogy, some degree of proficiency
with instructional technology. Candidates must hold current US work
authorization.

Responsibilities:
Developing and conducting all aspects of basic language sequence of Hindi
with a focus on task-based, proficiency-oriented instruction and other
duties as assigned by the Director of the CSL.

Send dossier electronically to Marcie Newton, csladminrice.edu.

Include application letter, CV, statement of teaching philosophy, OPI
certificate and names of three referees. Interviews will be conducted via
Video Skype. Rice University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.

Application Deadline: 23-Apr-2010

Email Address for Applications: csladminrice.edu
Contact Information:
Program Coordinator Marcie Newton
Email: csladminrice.edu

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