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The French Language: A Linguistic Introduction FRE 272H1F L0101
Course Instructor

Posting Date : March 17, 2020
Closing Date : April 17, 2020  (Posting Expired)


Duties

Note that the course will be taught in person or online as deemed appropriate by FAS. Teaching a linguistics course. Preparation of lecture materials and assignments, contact hours, marking and grading. Meeting with the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies. Coordinating with Teaching Assistant, if applicable.

Qualifications

Doctoral student in French Linguistics or Linguistics. Demonstrated excellence in teaching courses at the University level. Strong expertise in the course area. Native(-like) fluency in spoken and written French.

Details

Department
French
Course ID
FRE 272H1F L0101
Campus
St. George
Salary
$8,219.16
Course Enrollment
50
Dates of Appointment
May 1 - June 30
Number of Positions
1
TA Support (Est.)
0.5
Class Schedule
Tuesday, Thursday 1:00-4:00p.m., BL 325
How to Apply
Applicants should submit a cover letter addressed to Professor Grégoire Holtz, Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies, and a current curriculum vitae by April 17, 2020. Applications should be sent to: L. Lamisong, Undergraduate Counsellor and Administrative Assistant, french.undergraduate@utoronto.ca
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