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Tue Jun 25 2013
Internships: 1-Year Internship in Mexico Teaching Core Linguistics at Undergraduate Level
Editor for this issue: Brent Miller
From: Kim Soriano <ksorianoats.edu.mx>
Subject: 1-Year Internship in Mexico Teaching Core Linguistics at Undergraduate Level
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University or Organization: American School Of Tampico
Department: Languages Division
Web Address: http://www.ats.edu.mx
Type of Work: Teaching
Duration: 26-Aug-2013 to 18-Aug-2014
Compensation: Paid: US$18,000 + package
Internship Location: Taqmpico, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Minimum Education Level: BA
Special Qualifications: Special Qualifications: - BA or MA preferred but college students will be considered - Native-like fluency in English is a must; all additional languages a plus - Preferred major: linguistics, applied linguistics, TESOL, bilingual education - Preferred coursework: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, second language acquisition, statistics - Preferred research experience: previous laboratory research, if possible including transcribing speech; psycholinguistics - Preferred computer skills: basic word-processing skills, database management, graph and slide presentation, modeling, website maintenance; acquainted with Google Apps - Preferred statistical skills: knowledge of Excel and of computer packages such as SPSS - Preferred other skills: videotaping and incorporation of videos into slides and other formats
Teaching core linguistics courses at undergraduate level as part of the BA in Applied Linguistics program.
In addition, ATS Languages Division offers teaching positions in foreign language instruction (English, Standard Chinese, French, German, Spanish).
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Web Address for Applications: http://http://www.ats.edu.mx/sections/LI/Employment.php
Mr. Kim Soriano
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