2022W Sessional Lecturers

The Department of Language & Literacy Education has opportunities for Part-Time Sessional Lecturer teaching positions in the 2022W session. Duties include teaching, holding regular online office hours or online equivalent, marking assignments, reporting grades, attending subject area meetings as well as follow up appointments, where applicable.

Please see the below linked postings for full information and application instructions.

2022 Winter Term 1:
LLED 315A/381 (3.0 cr) English as a Second Language – Secondary: Curriculum and Pedagogy/Foundations of Teaching Modern Languages: Secondary
LLED 350 (3.0 cr) Classroom Discourses: Elementary
LLED 360 (3.0 cr) Classroom Discourses and Teaching English Language Learners: Secondary
LLED 366 (3.0 cr) Teaching Literature
LLED 367 (3.0 cr) Teaching Writing
LLED 386 (3.0 cr) Secondary Theatre: Introduction to Curriculum & Pedagogy
LLED 388 (3.0 cr) Secondary Theatre: Principles and Design
LLED 423 (3.0 cr) Teaching French Adolescent Literature: Secondary
LLED 439 (3.0 cr) Teaching French Adolescent Literature: Secondary
LLED 478A (3.0 cr) Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language
LLED 481 (3.0 cr) Digital Media in English Language Arts Education
LLED 489A (3.0 cr) Applied Linguistics for Teachers

2022 Winter Term 2:
LLED 351 (2.0 cr) Literacy Practices and Assessment: Elementary
LLED 352 (2.0 cr) Introduction to Teaching and Learning French: Elementary
LLED 399 (3.0 cr) Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language
LLED 459 (3.0 cr) Trends and Issues in Literacy Instruction (Distance Education)
LLED 478B (3.0 cr) Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language

2022 Winter Terms 1 & 2:
LLED 353 (2.0 cr) Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language: Elementary

Application Deadline is Noon, Tuesday, July 5, 2022.

All positions are subject to enrollment minimums and budgetary approval, and are governed by Part 7 of the Collective Agreement on Conditions of Appointments for Sessional Faculty Members. The remuneration for the assignment will be paid at the sessional pay scale.