Observer and Intern Application
We have many different observer or intern positions. This application will help us understand what you're looking for in your observation of our program.
Student-Teaching Intern: The process for student-teachers interested in a teaching practicum at INTERLINK is as follows. We usually require that the student-teacher begin at the start of one of our terms. The interning student-teacher is usually required to observe 2-3 weeks of classes two to three times a week and then they often teach one or two lessons per week until their interning hours are satisfied. The arrangements for how much time is spent observing vs. teaching is made directly with the supervising teachers.
Volunteer Tutor: Meets with one or more INTERLINK students at least once a week for an hour to work on skills such as reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
Class Observer: Can visit a variety of levels and skill-based courses at INTERLINK.
What is your name?
What is your email address?
What experience do you have with ESL?
Which type of classroom observation are you hoping to do?
Observer (strictly observing)
Student-Teaching Intern (teach a few lessons)
Why do you want to observe INTERLINK's classes? What are your goals?
Will you need to have us sign a form stating how many hours you have observed, or what you have done with our program?
Will the teacher you observe be required to complete a form/survey or implement something you have created? (Ignore this question if you're applying to be a student-intern).
Will the students you observe be required to do complete something for your observation (ex: homework, a survey, do a lesson etc).
How many classes will you observe?
more than 2
Which levels would you want to work with?
Which skills would you want to work with?
Reading and Writing skills
Speaking and Listening skills
What days or times would you want to observe the classes?
What else should we know about you? What questions do you have?
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