The USC International Academy, in Strategic and Global Initiatives, is seeking Lecturers, to help students achieve academic and professional goals through high-quality instruction in English as a Second Language and university preparation. The successful candidate will have the ability to maintain a consistent, supportive and student-centered approach appropriate for adult learners.
Teach up to 20 hours a week
Develop course materials for assigned courses
Participate in curriculum development projects
Assist with placement testing
Actively seek collaboration with colleagues
Maintain a consistent, supportive, student-centered approach appropriate for adult learners
Experience in ESL/IEP/EAP curriculum development
Experience teaching college-level reading, writing, communication and research skills for international students
Overseas teaching experience (this does not substitute for required IEP experience)
Knowledge of or previous formal study of a second language
M.A. (in hand) or Ph.D. in TESL, ESL, Linguistics or Second Language Acquisition Current active involvement in the field Minimum of 3 years of IEP teaching experience with demonstrated excellence in classroom teaching Experience teaching ESL and/or teaching EAP at the university level or in conditional acceptance programs with adult learners Desire to teach all skills across all levels of English proficiency Computer literacy, media literacy, experience with blended learning
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