The University of Georgia, Department of Religion (Arabic undergraduate major program) seeks a non-tenure-track, full-time Lecturer in Arabic, beginning August 2013.
Possibilities of annual renewal and promotion to rank of Senior Lecturer after seven years.
Required: Ph.D. in Teaching Arabic as a Second Language; also training in teaching Modern Standard Arabic/Fus’ha and Arabic grammar (with i’rab). Consideration will also be given to candidates who possess both a Ph.D. in Arabic language or literature and an M.A in Teaching Arabic as a Second Language and who have received training in teaching MSA/Fus’ha and Arabic grammar. Near native speaker proficiency in MSA/Fus’ha (with native-speaker-level pronunciation) and proficiency in explaining in English the rules of Arabic grammar and in speaking one dialect of Arabic and the English language are also required.
Duties: teach eight courses per academic year at elementary, intermediate, advanced levels (as needed), using the communicative method and by teaching Arabic grammar (with i’rab). This is a language teaching (non-research) position
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