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How to develop a language learning program based on your syllabus

 

Introduction
 

Once you have designed a syllabus for your language learning program you can develop it by writing specific lesson plans aimed at achieving your instructional objectives. You can organize your daily lesson plans into Units of lessons that seem to fit together well. Your lesson plans will include not only your objectives, but also the specific techniques, activities and materials you will use to achieve your language learning objectives.

Prerequisites
 

Before you can develop the details of your language learning program you need to have a syllabus.

 
See:

How to design a language learning syllabus.

Steps
  Follow these steps to develop a language learning program based on your syllabus:
 
  1. Make Unit plans based on the sets of objectives you have grouped together
  2. Check that the units are arranged in a sequence from less complex to more complex and from more common to less common.
  3. Make daily language learning plans for each unit

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