The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at Syracuse University is seeking a part-time instructor(s) to teach 3-credit sections of ENL for non-native speakers in spring 2020 semester. Semester begins January 6, 2020. Offering is contingent upon sufficient enrollment.
ENL 207 – An integrated skills course focusing on academic writing and reading. Emphasizing paragraph organization and development, complex sentence structures, reading skills, and vocabulary.
ENL 211 Composition for Non-native Speakers of English Expository writing and reading. Students develop an awareness of the cultural and discourse expectations in written English, through reading and responding to articles on a variety of topics and writing essays of increasing complexity.
ENL 213 Advanced Academic Writing and Research for Non-native Speakers of English Development of critical reading and thinking skills used in scholarly research in a variety of disciplines. Students learn to summarize, synthesize, critique, and document, and use library resources effectively.
Internal Number: 81926
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