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English Language Teaching Programs
In education, a
is broadly defined as the totality of student experiences that occur in the educational process.
A curriculum can incorporate three steps within the bigger picture of L2 teaching: course planning, materials/methods, and course evaluation (Nunan, 1988:4-5)
Typically they refer to the accomplishment of groups (e.g. all learners, learners in general, most learners) rather than the achievement of individual learners.
It is mostly can be defined as top down version of a syllabus as its concern is usually more broad in education.
is a program written by the institution or ministry of education which determines the learning progress of each subject in all the stages of formal education.
Besides the primary educational program, some schools use a different educational program written by another source which uses different learning progress - either in some subjects, such as the Mofet educational program in Israel or in all subjects, such as special education.
Educational programs help people decide what they are going to be before they get to college, so they do not waste their time taking classes, they do not need to get in college or wasting their parents' money on classes and books they do not need.
or specification is a document that communicates information about a specific course and defines expectations and responsibilities.
Robinson (2011:294) describes syllabus design as the compilation of decisions regarding units and their sequence
At the lowest level, the syllabus may simply be a reminder or a list of things
to do for the busy teacher who has little classroom planning time.
However, a good syllabus
does much more than that. Upon examination, a well-written syllabus could provide a
doorway into the pedagogical beliefs of the course writer.
In addition, syllabus' concern is more on the individual learners rather than top-down look like curriculum has.
are specific, measurable, clear, and assessable statements of what a student may learn or achieve at the end of a learning activity or process. Those outcomes may involve knowledge, skills and/or attitudes.
describes a specific behavior which leads to the desired goal. Objectives are how you get to a goal. They deal with how a goal can be achieved and which ways can be used while reaching that goal.They are specific and measurable.
sets a target and states a general outcome for a course or program. It may have several learning objectives. Goals are where you want to go in a course or program
are connected to each other as they are steps of a learning process