In addition, each Language Instructor Level I – Russian shall have the capability to:
• Deliver foreign language training using Government- or Contractor-provided documentation, including assessment plans, instructor guides and student materials;
• Tailor approaches in accordance with student learning styles and strategies;
• Work as part of a teaching team, as required;
• Interact with course developers, curriculum managers, Government instructors, and Contractor instructors to assist with design and implementation of training;
• Use basic classroom technology to include audio/video/DVD components, and computer applications, such as Microsoft Office;
• Provide constructive feedback on student progress to the Government. All learning assessments correlate with or directly support unit/topic/course objectives;
• Deliver foreign language or English language training;
• Deliver instruction via interactive synchronous and asynchronous learning activities;
• Ensure all course delivery meets standards in ADET Instruction I-04; (U) Teach iso immersions;
• Use classroom technology such as SmartBoard/Symposium and Blackboard;
• Supplement instruction with contemporary authentic material;
• B.A./B.S from any accredited college or university.
• For teaching languages other than English: Speaker with native capability and a minimum ILR proficiency level 4 in reading, listening and speaking in the standard form of the language to be taught and a minimum ILR proficiency level 2 in reading, writing, speaking and listening in English OR a speaker with native capability in English and a minimum ILR proficiency level 3 in reading and listening in the standard form of the language to be taught. Skill levels must be documented within the last 3 years.
• For teaching English: a speaker with native capability in English and a minimum ILR proficiency level 4 in reading, listening, writing and speaking in the standard form of English. Skill levels must be documented within the last 3 years.
• Five (5) years of experience teaching adult language education and methodology, to include: (U) Three of the five years of experience shall include:
• Preparing and presenting face-to-face language instruction within a formal language environment, preferably with a focus on translation, grammar, listening and reading comprehension, speaking and writing. For teaching English, experience should focus on teaching grammar, syntax and writing in English.
• Two (2) years of experience shall include: Experience in identifying and using authentic materials to support objectives.
• Experience in assessing student performance.
• In lieu of the Bachelor’s Degree, an additional four (4) years of directly related experience teaching language to adults may be substituted.
• Six (6) months experience using appropriate language fonts, keyboards, and language training software.
• SIGINT or Intelligence Community experience