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Positions & Requirements

Workload Requirements

source:english   author:   time:2018-01-11

Work time outside the classroom includes class preparation, grading, and proctoring and evaluating final exams. Although office hours are not required, teachers are encouraged to meet with students as needed. Foreign faculty of the College of Foreign Languages share two offices (one for English faculty, one for Japanese faculty).

 

Teachers are not required to create a syllabus for their course. Textbooks are provided for all content courses and some Oral English courses. Textbooks will be given to teachers after their arrival in China. Experienced teachers may come in with some plans for curriculum, but some flexibility should be expected in terms of plans and structure as the teachers adapt to the students and to the courses. New faculty will not be expected to have complete materials and curriculum ready at the beginning of a semester. Most textbooks are written by Chinese teachers and published in mainland China. International faculty are welcome to supplement the textbook with other interesting resources students may not otherwise be exposed to. Generally speaking, in addition to language skills and course content, international faculty are encouraged to give students the experience of getting to know someone from a different culture. Personal anecdotes and interests, cultural notes, and multimedia can all be used to enhance students’ learning experience. 
 
Courses taught by international faculty have included:
Oral English
Survey of English Speaking Countries
Cross-cultural Communication
Practical English Writing
Practical English Writing for Secretaries
Advanced English Writing
English Creative Writing
Business English Listening & Speaking 
Business English Writing 
Reading and Writing for non-English-major Graduate Students
College English: Integrated Reading Course and Listening Course
English Speech
English Speech and Debate Competition
Discourse Analysis 
Sociolinguistics
Appreciation of Classic British & American Literary Works
Greek and Roman Mythology
Team Training
Marketing
Market Research
Brand Marketing
Consumer Behavior
Investigation and Research of Real Business
MBA Association Activities
Physical Training 

Positions & Requirements

Workload Requirements

source:english   author:   time:2018-01-11

Work time outside the classroom includes class preparation, grading, and proctoring and evaluating final exams. Although office hours are not required, teachers are encouraged to meet with students as needed. Foreign faculty of the College of Foreign Languages share two offices (one for English faculty, one for Japanese faculty).

 

Teachers are not required to create a syllabus for their course. Textbooks are provided for all content courses and some Oral English courses. Textbooks will be given to teachers after their arrival in China. Experienced teachers may come in with some plans for curriculum, but some flexibility should be expected in terms of plans and structure as the teachers adapt to the students and to the courses. New faculty will not be expected to have complete materials and curriculum ready at the beginning of a semester. Most textbooks are written by Chinese teachers and published in mainland China. International faculty are welcome to supplement the textbook with other interesting resources students may not otherwise be exposed to. Generally speaking, in addition to language skills and course content, international faculty are encouraged to give students the experience of getting to know someone from a different culture. Personal anecdotes and interests, cultural notes, and multimedia can all be used to enhance students’ learning experience. 
 
Courses taught by international faculty have included:
Oral English
Survey of English Speaking Countries
Cross-cultural Communication
Practical English Writing
Practical English Writing for Secretaries
Advanced English Writing
English Creative Writing
Business English Listening & Speaking 
Business English Writing 
Reading and Writing for non-English-major Graduate Students
College English: Integrated Reading Course and Listening Course
English Speech
English Speech and Debate Competition
Discourse Analysis 
Sociolinguistics
Appreciation of Classic British & American Literary Works
Greek and Roman Mythology
Team Training
Marketing
Market Research
Brand Marketing
Consumer Behavior
Investigation and Research of Real Business
MBA Association Activities
Physical Training 

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