10.756, Jobs: ESL, French

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-10-756. Tue May 18 1999. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 10.756, Jobs: ESL, French

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1)
Date:  Fri, 14 May 1999 15:24:34 +0900 (KST)
From:  "Hyeon-Woo Cho"  <langhcho at ijnc.inje.ac.kr>
Subject:  Instructor of ESL

2)
Date:  Tue, 18 May 1999 07:40:00 -0400
From:  Fabienne Gerard <fabienne_gerard at caryacademy.pvt.k12.nc.us>
Subject:  French teachers in a technology intensive environment (2 positions)

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Fri, 14 May 1999 15:24:34 +0900 (KST)
From:  "Hyeon-Woo Cho"  <langhcho at ijnc.inje.ac.kr>
Subject:  Instructor of ESL

Subject:  ESL; Instructor at Inje University, Kyungnam, Korea

The Institute of Foreign Language Education, Inje University, has an
opening for a full-time English instructor for Fall '99. Applicants
must be a native speaker of English.  Those who have a Master's degree
in TESOL or a related area (Linguistics, English) are preferred. The
salary is 19,5000,000 WON (approximately U$17,000) a year.  In
addition, there are many other special programs available, where extra
money can be earned.  You are required to teach 16 hours a week at
least in the regular curriculum, including one early morning class at
8 AM.  You are entitled to six weeks' paid vacation: three weeks in
summer and winter, respectively.  We provide health insurance and
housing, premiums and maintenance fees paid by you.

If you are interested, send a C.V., a photo, a copy of your degree
(certified by the Korean Embassy), transcript, passport, and alien
registration card if you live in Korea, and a cover letter to:

*************************************************
Prof. Hyeon-Woo Cho
Associate Director
Institute of Foreign Language Education
Inje University
607 Obang-dong, Kimhae, Kyungnam 641-749, Korea
+82-525-320-3425 (Office), +82-525-333-8321 (Fax)
*************************************************



-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Tue, 18 May 1999 07:40:00 -0400
From:  Fabienne Gerard <fabienne_gerard at caryacademy.pvt.k12.nc.us>
Subject:  French teachers in a technology intensive environment (2 positions)



Cary Academy
A Learning Community Committed to Discovery, Innovation, Collaboration, and
Excellence.

Cary Academy is a new independent, coed, college preparatory day
school for students in grades 6-12.  Committed to discovery,
innovation, collaboration and excellence, the school is Located on a
52-acre campus in the heart of the dynamic Research Triangle. Cary
Academy is in its second year of operation with 435 students in grade
6-11.  Its goal is to create a learning environment that will serve as
a model for all schools in its use of technology to support student
and teacher learning, skill development, and creativity.

Applications are now invited for the faculty position outlined below.

1) Upper School Foreign Language Department Faculty Opening - French -
			
Cary Academy offers proficiency-based language instruction in a
technology-intensive environment. Candidates should possess
near-native proficiency, with a flair for creativity and
interaction. Teachers should be familiar with the ACTFL proficiency
model and direct methodologies, and possess a strong desire to work
within a language "team."  Strong knowledge of a subject area, such as
history, art, music, within the target language culture would be an
asset so as to fully realize Cary Academy's project related and area
studies goals. Teachers should also be willing to participate in the
aggressive exchange programs which the academy will offer.

Responsibilities:
*	Teach 5 sections or 70 students
*	Advise students
*	Lead or support extracurricular activities

	Qualifications:
*	3 years of full-time teaching of the language preferred
*	B.A. in the content area (M.A. preferred)
*	Demonstrated successful integration of technology in the classroom
*	Ability to contribute substantially to Cary Academy's
        extra-curricular program

	Salary and Benefits: An attractive compensation and benefits program
for all staff symbolizes the Academy's vision to become one of the nation's
most stimulating and effective schools, and reflects the realization that
only the most talented and motivated people will allow it to achieve its
ambitious goals. Fifty percent tuition remission for faculty and staff
children.

	Starting Date: July 19, 1999 (Commences four week orientation and
training program)



	2) Middle School Foreign Language Department Faculty Opening -
French -
				
	Cary Academy offers proficiency-based language instruction in a
technology-intensive environment. Candidates should possess near-native
proficiency, with a flair for creativity and interaction. Teachers should be
familiar with the ACTFL proficiency model and direct methodologies, and
possess a strong desire to work within a language "team."  Strong knowledge
of a subject area, such as history, art, music, within the target language
culture would be an asset so as to fully realize Cary Academy's project
related and area studies goals. Teachers should also be willing to
participate in the aggressive exchange programs which the academy will
offer.

	Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to understanding and
meeting the needs of Middle School students.

	Responsibilities:
*	Teach 5 sections or 70 students
*	Advise students
*	Lead or support extracurricular activities

	Qualifications:
*	3 years of full-time teaching of the language with middle school
        students preferred
*	B.A. in the content area (M.A. preferred)
*	Demonstrated successful integration of technology in the classroom
*	Ability to contribute substantially to Cary Academy's
        extra-curricular program

Salary and Benefits: An attractive compensation and benefits program
for all staff symbolizes the Academy's vision to become one of the
nation's most stimulating and effective schools, and reflects the
realization that only the most talented and motivated people will
allow it to achieve its ambitious goals. Fifty percent tuition
remission for faculty and staff children.

Starting Date: July 19, 1999 (Commences four week orientation and training
program)

How to Apply
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, statement of
educational philosophy, and three letters of recommendation to:
Foreign Language Department Faculty Positions
Attn: Don Berger
Cary Academy
1500 North Harrison Avenue
Cary, NC 27513

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