Japanese Language Instructor
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Oglethorpe is seeking an instructor for second semester Japanese language courses to be taught over Zoom from February 8 thru May 10. Final exams will take place May 14-18. Final grades are due May 26.
Japanese 102: Elementary Japanese II (MWF 10-30 am - 11:30 am). This class continues the development of basic skills in speaking, reading, writing, and aura comprehension.
Japanese 202: Intermediate Japanese II (MWF 9:15-10:15 am). This class introduced advanced grammatical structures and provides further practice in reading and writing.
Japanese 290: Japanese Pop Culture in the Global Age (T TH 4:00-5:30). This course examines how Japanese popular culture is constructed, circulated, and talked about. Students develop awareness of how they engage with popular culture. Assigned readings and viewings, research papers, and presentations. This class is taught in English.
- Minimum of Master's degree in Japanese and a number of years of teaching.
If interested, please send an up-to-date CV to Dr. Viviana Plotnik.
Dr. Viviana Plotnik