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ESL English for Academic Purposes Instructor
Adjunct Faculty
English Lang Learn & Adult Ed - HELA

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Class Description: These courses are designed to successfully transition English language learners into college credit courses. The EAP program consists of low intermediate, high intermediate, advanced, and capstone courses in Reading/Writing, Grammar, and Listening/Speaking. EAP courses are offered at the Arnold, Glen Burnie, and Arundel Mills campuses.

Duties include classroom instruction, designing a syllabus, creating an online gradebook on the Canvas platform, grading, submitting student support referrals as needed, completing performance assessment task evaluations, and other tasks as needed.

Master's degree in TESOL or related field.

Minimum of one year experience teaching ESL/EFL to adults in higher education.

Experience using technology to teach ESL.



Cover Letter, Resume/Curriculum Vitae
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