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Choosing what kind of language learning syllabus to design

 

Introduction
 

You need to have an idea of the overall plan of your language learning program before you start to develop it. This overall plan is called a language learning syllabus.

Prerequisites
 

Before you decide on a syllabus type you need to have set your language learning goals. It also helps to have discovered your learning style.

Steps
  Follow these steps to choose what kind of language learning syllabus to design:
 
  1. Read about the different types of language learning syllabuses you could choose from.
  2. Consider which kind of syllabus best fits your learning style and personality.
  3. Consider which type of syllabus best fits your purposes for learning the language.
  4. Weighing all these factors, decide on the kind of syllabus to develop for your language learning program.

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