DESCRIPTION: Prepare and deliver English Language Proficiency
Standards (ELPS), aligned ESL instruction designed to equip adult
students with language and cultural proficiencies so that they may
pursue their career, college, and life aspirations. Provide
learning environments that enhance the development of listening,
speaking, reading, writing, and thinking skills to non-native
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide instruction that enchances
the development of language skills of learners. Deliver
balanced instruction that develops students' receptive
English-language skills of listening and reading comprehension, and
their productive English-language skills of speaking and writing,
guided by BAS ESL course outline. Integrate language
acquisition with relevant life experiences. Present differentiated
instruction that responds to the varied English language levels of
students. Apply English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)
for assessing the major accomplishments of students, and adhere to
the ESL exit level criteria for this level. Integrate English
Literacy and Civics Education (EL Civics) into instruction.
Report attendance in a timely manner using attendance accounting
system. Complete and submit all reqired data and
accountability documentation in a timely manner.
QUALIFICATIONS: Valid, non emergency California teaching
credential authorizing instruction to adults in the subject area
(Community College credential is not acceptale). Master's
degree in TESOL, Linguistics or related field preferred; TESOL
certificate desirable. Candidates who have studied and gained
proficiency in a second langauge preferred. Teaching
experience in ESL to adults is preferred. Additional criteria
will include, but not be limited to: experience, training and
All applicants should prepare and submit a model lesson plan for
a specified ESL level at the interview. A demonstration
lesson may be part of the interview proces, and candidates may be
invited to return at another date.
NOTE: Assignment to this position is made subject to change
and/or cancellation if circumstances warrant.
Other requirements: All applicants should prepare and submit a
lesson plan, and bring it to the interview. A demonstration
lesson may be part of the interview process.
3 Letters of Professional Recommendations ( no older than 3
years) Letter of Interest Resume Valid, non emergency California
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