ENNL - English as a Non-Native Language Instructor Qualifications - ARCHIVE

ENNL - (English as a Non-Native Language) Instructor Requirements Prior to April 2011:

 

The following qualification for full and part-time faculty in ENNL were approved on September 11, 1995 by the ENNL SACC:

  • A Master’s degree in TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) from an accredited college or university,
  • OR
  • A Master’s degree in a related field (such as foreign language, speech, anthropology, or education) and a TESOL Certificate or substantial coursework in TESOL methodology from an accredited institute, college or university,
  • OR
  • A Master’s degree in a related field, proficiency in a foreign language and five years experience teaching ESL in a formal classroom, at least two years of which should be teaching academic English to adults. Preferred: At least two years teaching English at the college level to speakers of other languages.

The following qualifications for full and part-time faculty in ENNL were amended on April 14, 2000 by the ENNL SACC:

  • A master’s degree in TESOL from an accredited college or university,
  • OR
  • A Master’s degree in a related field (such as foreign language, linguistics, speech, anthropology, education or other fields upon SACC approval) and a TESOL Certificate or substantial coursework in TESOL methodology form an accredited institute, college or university,
  • OR
  • A Master’s degree in a related field, proficiency in a foreign language, and five years experience in teaching ESL in a formal classroom, at least two years of which should be teaching academic English to adults. Preferred: At least two years experience teaching English at the college level to speakers of other languages.

Revised Date: 4/14/2000


ENNL - (English as a Non-Native Language) Instructor Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in TESOL from an accredited college or university or Master’s degree in a related field (such as foreign language, speech, anthropology, or education) and either a TESOL certificate or substantial course work in TESOL methodology from an accredited college or university or Master’s degree in a related field, proficiency in a foreign language and five years experience teaching ESL in a formal classroom, at least two of which should be teaching academic English to adults.

  • Experience: Candidates are required to have experience living and/or working in a multi-cultural multi-ethnic environment. The ideal candidate will have at least two years experience teaching English at the college level to speakers of other languages.

Revised Date: 1997


ENNL - (English as a Non-Native Language) Instructor Requirements:

  • MA in TESOL
  • OR
  • MA in related field (such as foreign language, speech, anthropology, or education) and a TESOL Certificate or substantial coursework in TESOL methodology
  • OR
  • MA in related field and five years experience teaching ESL in a formal classroom.
    Preferred: At least two years experience teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Revised Date: 12/5/1989


ENNL teachers and level 7 & 8 ESL teacher

  • Required: MA in (applied) linguistics, English, foreign language, TESL/EFL or an MA and a total of 30 graduate credit hours in the above fields.
  • Two years formal EFL/ESL teaching experience
  • Preferred: Additional experience teaching English and/or foreign language

Revised Date: 7/08/1983


ENNL Instructors

  • MA in Language, Literature, English, Linguistics or TESL Formal classroom experience in ENNL, ESL, or EFL Experience teaching other English course such ads composition, literature, or foreign language (preferred)

Revised Date: 2/24/1983