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Looking for ESP Course Developer & Skills Course Develop

Post by teachersean » Wed Jun 14, 2006 10:26 am

Language Link Vietnam

We are expanding our training products rapidly, and require expertise to help us create programs that respond appropriately to the needs of our clients.

We are seeking experienced and well-credentialed professionals for the following areas:

Professional Skills Course Developer (temporary)

The successful applicant will have:
Ø A Bachelor’s degree or higher (MBA a plus)
Ø Extensive industry experience in: Customer Care, Project Management, Leadership
Ø An ability to work effectively to deadlines

ESP course developer (temporary)

The successful applicant will have:
Ø A graduate or higher qualification in TESOL
Ø Demonstrable experience in ESP course development
Ø An ability to work effectively to deadlines
Ø A “can-do” attitude
Ø Cross – cultural skills

Language Link Vietnam is the premium English language trainer in Vietnam. We offer attractive packages, full support and a professional environment for our training professionals.

Applications including CV and covering letter should be sent to: [email protected].

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

michael drummond
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teaching resource for mid level to established students

Post by michael drummond » Sat Jun 24, 2006 6:47 am


I would like to bring to everyone's attention a very interesting and powerful resource: http://www.democracynow.org/.

What you will find is that they present a discussion of current social topics with the complete transcript in the same page.

On this site on the homepage, look on hte left column that says 'archives' and then click on 'browse archives by date'. Once there, click, for example, on May 2006, then click on Headlines for May 31, 2006. You will then find that the day's news is read with all the transcripts below...

This site's host is Amy Goodman. Her pronunciation of English is slow, clear and perfect for more advanced students...

The site is full of these transcripts and video files. I would greatly appreciate any feedback on the use of this resource.

Best regards.


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