The Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia (CREECA) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks qualified lecturers in Uyghur, Kazakh, Uzbek or Tajik to teach at the Central Eurasian Studies Summer Institute, CESSI, in summer 2011. We appreciate your help in bringing this announcement to the attention of qualified candidates.
The full position vacancy listing can be found on the UW-Madison Office of Human Resources Web site: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_066348.html
More information about CESSI 2011 at UW-Madison can be found here: http://creeca.wisc.edu/cessi
Call for Proposals for development of a Kazakh Elementary Textbook
The Center for Languages of the Central Asian Region (CeLCAR) is calling for proposals for experienced Kazakh language pedagogues to develop a sixteen-unit elementary Kazakh language textbook, suitable for use in both American higher education settings and for self-study.
Successful proposals will begin on January 15, 2011, and will produce a finished and tested product to be considered for publication by Georgetown University Press. CeLCAR will provide the developers with compensation in line with qualifications and as benchmarks are met. Successful applicants will also be expected to participate as instructors in IU’s well-known 8 weeks intensive summer program, and participate in pre- and post-session workshops.
Developers must be self-motivated and able to meet strict project deadlines with minimal supervision. They will also receive assistance from CeLCAR’s staff in establishing scope and sequence, printing, lay-out, preparing audio-visual materials for inclusion in the textbook, and English editing and polishing.
Applicants must be native speakers of Kazakhstan Kazakh with linguistic or pedagogical training, have experience teaching Kazakh as a second language (preferably in the United States or other English-speaking environment), and TOEFL scores of 500 or equivalent. Proposals should include: a curriculum vita, a description of the proposed textbook including design principles and rationale, a draft scope and sequence for the first four units, and sample unit on any topic appropriate for an introductory level course.
Please send your proposal by December 10, 2010, to Kazakh Elementary Textbook Project, Center for the Languages of the Central Asian Region, 718 Eigenmann Hall, 1900 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47406 USA, or as PDF or Word format to email@example.com
These are recent additions to the autumn 2010 course offerings. If you are interested in enrolling in either Uzbek or Kazakh in 2010-11, please contact NELC (email address below). Thank you!!!
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Courses for Autumn 2010
We have the opportunity to offer the following languages:
UZKB 10101 – Elementary Uzbek-1
UZKB 20101 – Intermediate Uzbek-1
KAZK 10101 – Elementary Kazakh-1
KAZK 20101 – Intermediate Kazakh-2
Please contact the NELC office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in taking these courses so that arrangements can be made.