LINGUIST List 7.1561

Mon Nov 4 1996

Jobs: Japanese Lecturer, TESL & Applied Linguistics, Spanish

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  1. Kaoru Ohta, Japanese Lecturer Opening
  2. Ronald W. Long, Assistant Prof of TESL & Applied Linguistics
  3. Mary Clayton, job:Spanish language instruction, second language acquisition

Message 1: Japanese Lecturer Opening

Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 12:36:59 PST
From: Kaoru Ohta <kaoruu.washington.edu>
Subject: Japanese Lecturer Opening
The University of Washington. 

The Department of Asian Languages and Literature seeks to appoint
a full-time lecturer of Japanese. The initial appointment,
starting Autumn Quarter 1997, is for up to three years, with the
possibility of renewal, subject to the availability of funding.
Applicants should have at least the M.A. degree in Japanese,
Language Pedagogy, Applied Linguistics, or relevant fields with
proficiency-based language teaching experience. Applicants
should be capable of teaching modern Japanese at any level, and
be willing to train and evaluate graduate student teaching
assistants as well as develop new curricula and classroom
materials. Send applications, including a curriculum vitae,
statement of teaching interest, sample teaching video tape
demonstrating teaching ability, three letters of recommendation
to Chair, Japanese Search Committee, Department of Asian
Languages and Literature, Box 353521, University of Washington,
Seattle, WA 98195-3521. Priority will be given to applications
received before February 1, 1997. The University of Washington is
building a multicultural faculty and strongly encourages
applications from female and minority candidates. Preference will
be given applicants who can serve an increasingly diverse
University community. AA/EOE.

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Kaoru Ohta $B!!!!!!(Bkaoruu.washington.edu (Japanese ready)
Department of Asian Languages and Literature University of
Washington, Box 353521
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Message 2: Assistant Prof of TESL & Applied Linguistics

Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 21:51:47 EST
From: Ronald W. Long <rwlongmail.2sprint.net>
Subject: Assistant Prof of TESL & Applied Linguistics
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Assistant Professor of TESL and Applied Linguistics. Tenure
track. Ph.D. and public school ESL teaching experience strongly
preferred; ABD and ability to teach introductory linguistics,
academic ESL, SLA theory, TESL methodology, applied linguistics
and freshman comp required. 12 hour load. Send c.v., official
transcripts, and three reference letters to David Smith, Chair:
English and Philosophy Dept., Central Missouri State University,
Warrensburg, MO 64093. Review of applications begins Jan. 17,
1997 and continues until filled. Women and minorities encouraged
to apply. AA/EEO/ADA
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Message 3: job:Spanish language instruction, second language acquisition

Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 22:04:36 EST
From: Mary Clayton <claytonindiana.edu>
Subject: job:Spanish language instruction, second language acquisition
 It has been pointed out to me that the job announcement
which I sent to the Linguist List yesterday lacked a complete
address for applications. I have filled in this gap in the
version which appears below.

 The Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Indiana
 University,
Bloomington invites applications for the following position:

 Director of Language Instruction for Fall 1997.
 Associate or
Advanced Assistant Professor in Spanish with specialization in
second language acquisition. Tenured or tenure-track position.
Duties include: coordinating first and second-year language
courses, training graduate assistants, teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate levels, and directing dissertations.
Publications and strong teaching record essential. Native or
near-native proficiency required. OPI certification desirable.
Send letter of application, CV, sample publications, and three
references to Maryellen Bieder, Chair, Search Committee, Dept. of
Spanish and Portuguese, Ballantine Hall, Indiana University,
Bloomington, Indiana 47405. Applications received by 11/22/96
will be assured full consideration. AA/EOE

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