English Language Facilitator

  • [2015-04-07]

     

    Job Description

    English Language Facilitator

    Helping postgraduate science students improve their spoken English through a variety of

    speaking tasks, such as topic discussion, situational dialogues, free talk, debates, drama

    etc. Organizing daily theme-orientated oral activities

    Working hours: Monday – Friday, 16 teaching hours per week, (including at least one evening schedule/session)

    * There will be routine teaching workshop(s) or seminar(s) each semester.

    Requirements:

    Qualifications: previous teaching experience required, a qualified TESOL or TEFL Certificate

    Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree or above

    Nationalities: Native English speaker

     

    About Us

     

    Established in 2006, English Practice Center (EPC) has developed into a multifunctional one integrating Oral Practice Platform, Writing Platform, English Use Platform, Self-access Learning and English Learning Support. EPC provides individualized, comprehensive and one-stop service for graduate students to improve their English. With IT underpinning its operations, students have much flexibility in choosing their practice time and activities.

     

    Oral Practice Platform is purpose-built for graduate students registering for Daily Communication and Academic Communication courses. Students are given opportunities to speak in English through various small-size classroom activities with English-speakers as their language facilitators.

     

    Situational dialogue involves those situations about campus life and daily life. Topical discussion covers such topics as communicative strategies, non-verbal communication techniques, social issues, customs and cultures, and social etiquettes, etc. In the debate class, students may draw upon the ideas "for" and "against" from the given materials, and they should also contribute ideas of their own. The Drama Workshop is two exciting hours of “doing” drama, a creative use of language that involves all five senses and puts language in meaningful context.

     

     

        

    Contact Us

     

    Address: 2nd floor of the library, East Campus, University of Science and Technology of China  

    Website: http://epc.ustc.edu.cn

    E-mail: xhfei@ustc.edu.cn zkzhow@ustc.edu.cn

     

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