Position No: 2022-0907-TCH-B-0-40
Applications Close: 05/12/2021 11:30 PM
Plympton International College is proud to be the only Chinese bilingual college in South Australia. We offer a specialist Chinese bilingual program in Chinese (Mandarin) from reception currently up to Year 7 with a vision to expand this to Year 10 in 2024. The position will involve teaching Chinese in the primary bilingual program.
The successful applicant will have a comprehensive understanding of 1st & 2nd language acquisition & bilingual theory, including how children become literate, biliterate and effective readers and writers in two (or more) languages; an understanding of contemporary pedagogical approaches to teach reading and writing in two languages and the capacity to teach Chinese as an additional language while being able to engage learners in learning to read & write a new orthography, to develop tone-syllable recognition and production, to apply pinyin as a tool to assist both oral and written language development.
Please note that part time and flexible arrangements will be considered.
|Site:||Plympton International College|
|Local Partnership:||West Torrens|
|Tenure:||27/01/2022 to 24/01/2023|
|Fraction of time:||0.8|
|Subject:||Chinese to Year 6|
|Level of Schooling:||Primary (3-7)|
|Conditions:||$73,052 - $105,951 per annum FTE / Teacher Conditions|
|Eligibility and Application Instructions|
The Government of South Australia, also referred to as the South Australian Government, SA Government or Her Majesty’s Government is the Australian state democratic administrative authority of South Australia. The Government of South Australia, a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, was formed in 1856 as prescribed in its Constitution, as amended from time to time. Since the Federation of Australia in 1901, South Australia has been a state of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Constitution of Australia regulates its relationship with the Commonwealth. Under the Australian Constitution, South Australia ceded legislative and judicial supremacy to the Commonwealth, but retained powers in all matters not in conflict with the Commonwealth.