Designing Approaches and Procedure of Syllabus

Danni MA

Abstract


This paper reviews the current approaches on syllabus design and explores the procedure of designing a syllabus involving three steps: classifying goals, selecting materials and sequencing materials, as well as key points of the factors to be considered each steps.

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Task-based; Syllabus; Design

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4071

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