The College of Arts & Letters of Stevens Institute of Technology has adjunct openings in the Program in Humanities and Social Sciences for the following course for the fall 2022 semester:
LCH 101 Beginning Chinese I
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Beginning Chinese I. An introduction to the fundamentals of the Chinese language; this course is for true beginners. Students will learn basic aspects of the language, including pronunciation (Pinyin), tones, writings systems, radicals, and stroke order. Students will learn speaking and comprehension with a secondary focus on reading and writing. Students will complete the course with the ability to make small talk and navigate simple real-world scenarios. The course will be conducted almost entirely in Chinese. No prerequisites.
Under this appointment, your responsibilities will include preparing and maintaining course syllabus, teaching assigned classes, attending all class sessions, grading and providing appropriate feedback to students, scheduling office hours, completing all assessments requirements, and attending at least one orientation meeting. You will also be required to provide your students and the College of Arts & Letters office with a comprehensive course syllabus before the start of the semester. The syllabus should include all course requirements, grading policy, assignments, expected exams and required reading. You will provide us with your textbook order in-time for materials to arrive well in advance of the first week of classes. Finally, you will be required to adhere to the policies as stated in the CAL faculty handbook.
Qualifications: Advanced degree in Chinese Language or other applicable degree. Experience teaching at the University level required.
On-line applications required at https://stevens.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External. Positions will remain open until filled.
For more information about this course please contact Zach Balog, Foreign Languages Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Applicants should be sure to include a cover letter, current c.v., statement of teaching philosophy and names and addresses of three references. Please combine all documents into a single PDF file prior to submission.
For more information, please visit: www.stevens.edu/cal
College of Arts and Letters
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