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Full-time over 33 weeks (term-time + 3 weeks), 74% FTE.Fixed term contract for up to 1 year.
Summary of Role
To contribute to elements of teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students within Spanish studies in the Department of Modern Languages. Teaching in the first instance will mainly be within our Institution-wide Languages for All provision but the successful candidate may also be required to teach on the BA in Modern Languages programme.
Teaching courses predominantly in Spanish language within a clear and established teaching programme set by the academic responsible for the course, who supervises and manages the role-holder. The academic supervisor, not the role-holder, is responsible for designing the course content, mode of delivery, and assessment criteria and arrangements.
- Degree or equivalent relevant to teaching area.
- Experience of teaching through the medium of the target language.
- Ability to teach Spanish language at the appropriate level.
- The ability to teach modules on Spanish society and culture would be desirable.
- Ability to analyse information and communicate effectively.
- Ability to access and organise resources successfully.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview and present as follows:
Presentation: to prepare a 10-minute (max.) presentation in Spanish for a post GCSE/ LfA Level 3 group (CEFR A2 in certain skills) at the half way point of the academic year. Please take into account that classes are open to Birmingham University students and members of the public and the length is of 110 minutes.
Please bring a copy of the lesson plan on paper to share with the panel.
Interviews will take place week commencing 19th May 2021.
For informal inquiries please contact Professor Aengus Ward at the Department of Modern Languages, Birmingham B15 2TT. Email: A.M.M.Ward@bham.ac.uk