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How to design a language learning syllabus

 

Introduction
 

A language learning syllabus consists of a list of the learning objectives for your language learning program and the sequence in which you intend for them to be learned. Writing a syllabus for yourself helps

Prerequisites
 

Before you develop a language learning syllabus you need to choose which kind of syllabus you want to develop

Alternatives
  Here are alternative ways to design a language learning syllabus:
 
  1. Design a structural-lexical syllabus
  2. Design a functional-notional syllabus
  3. Design a situational-topical syllabus
  4. Design a mixed syllabus

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