Fundamentals of Writing Adjunct Faculty Pool
Department:: English World Languages Division
Locations:: Columbia, MD
Posted:: Dec 13, 2018
Closes:: Open Until Filled
Type:: PT - No Benefits
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Fundamentals of Writing, a non-transferable credit course, prepares students to write academic essays at the college level. Student-oriented lessons and exercises provide students practice writing essays guided by a clearly articulated thesis supported by relevant, thoughtful detail.
Fundamentals of Writing (ENGL-097)
in a net-worked, computerized environment. Lab instructors provide assistance to instructors and students during the second hour.
Applicants must hold a Master's degree in English or a related field. Classroom experience is strongly recommended.
Prefer prior teaching experience.
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The following are required documents:
2) Cover Letter