2022W Part-Time Sessional Lecturers in UBC-Rits LLED

The Department of Language & Literacy Education has opportunities for Part-Time Sessional Lecturers in the UBC–Ritsumeikan Academic Exchange Program (UBC-Rits AEP) for 2022W.

Duties
Duties include teaching, holding regular office hours, marking assignments, reporting grades, working with the academic director on course-related matters, attending subject area meetings, as well as follow up appointments, where applicable. As this is a multi-section course, Instructors are expected to collaborate with other members of the instructional team on course matters and attend a designated weekly course meeting.
Conditions of employment with the UBC-Rits Programs may require instructors to complete a “Best-Practices when Interacting with International Students” workshop prior to the commencement of their term of employment, if not previously completed. Details of the workshop will be provided closer to start date of the appointment.


2022 Winter 1:
LLED 200 (3.0 cr) Introduction to Writing in Academic and Professional Registers
LLED 220 (3.0 cr) Introduction to Translating in a Globalized Society
LLED 223 (3.0 cr) Introduction to the Nature of World Englishes

2022 Winter 2:
LLED 201 (3.0 cr) Introduction to Writing in Academic and Professional Registers
LLED 223 (3.0 cr) Introduction to the Nature of World Englishes

Application deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022


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