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World Language Teachers

Now Hiring World Language Teachers

A teacher in the School District of Philadelphia plans and teaches their subject area, following the scope and sequence for all courses; provides instruction to students in a variety of planned courses; provides the use of real life applications and simulations to instruct students in the analysis and interpretation of material being presented; instructs the use of tools, materials, processes, and applications of technology, including pertinent software applications, in the development of lessons, and uses formal and informal classroom and district assessments.

Learn more and apply today. 

About the Position

This is a PFT union represented position.  The salary currently ranges from $51,568 to $94,283, depending on level of education and years of experience.  The salary you receive in your offer letter will be a quote.  In order to receive the salary quoted, your educational institution(s) and previous employer(s) must verify your credentials and experience.  This is non-negotiable.  You can start verifying your credentials and/or experience at any step of the hiring process.

Essential Function

  • Assesses the skill level of students and aligns classroom goals and activities to established state and local standards;

  • Provides instruction in respective subject area(s);
    Provides students with instruction emphasizing real life applications and simulations;

  • Teaches inquiry techniques that encourage experimentation and alternative approaches to problem solving; 

  • Provides technical expertise in the use of tools, materials, processes and applications of technology, including pertinent software applications; 

  • Provides students with learning experiences requiring them to demonstrate comprehension of concepts and the ability to use technological resources in developing solutions to problems; 

  • Provides instruction that encourages students to use learned skills as tools for inquiry-based learning; 

  • Creates a classroom environment in which students have access to subject-related materials that address their needs and interests; 

  • Collaborates with staff members within and across disciplines to integrate subject-specific skills across the curriculum; 

  • Keeps abreast of the latest developments and improvements in education as it affects the instructional program; 

  • Attends faculty meetings to discuss school problems and teaching methods; 

  • Maintains classroom discipline; 

  • Maintains attendance, grade(s), and other required records.

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