Teaching ESOL to Chinese immigrants

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Teaching ESOL to Chinese immigrants

Postby abe-Chinatown » Tue Apr 08, 2014 4:02 pm

[b]Do you have a heart for low-income urban populations?
Are you interested in ministry with the Chinese immigrant community of Boston?

    ACCESS (American Chinese Christian Educational and Social Services, Inc.) is a non-profit, Christian agency who serves as bridge builders to immigrants, families and communities in the Greater Boston Area.
    We are minutes from the Tufts Medical Center T-Stop.

    Part-Time (12.75 hours per week, incl. prep supervision and staff meeting)
    Monday to Thursday from 8:30 – 10:15am
    April 28--July 21, 2014 (possibility to continue for next term)

    Seeking mature Christian faith as defined by the Apostle’s Creed with training and experience in teaching; we will consider appropriate non-degree holding applicants.
    Chinese bilingual skills preferred for beginner classes.
If you wish to apply for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to Anna Fan at [email protected]. You're welcome to call and inquire as well: 617-426-1070.
Anna M Fan
Adult Basic Education Director
[email protected]

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Re: Teaching ESOL to Chinese immigrants

Postby edmondlundquist » Wed Mar 25, 2020 5:33 am

I agree with the author. Education plays important role in the modern world. Children of Chinese migrants should receive a quality education in the United States. Knowledge of English is mandatory, but essays or dissertations you can always be found on https://pro-papers.com

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