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    • A syllabus can be defined as "a plan of what isto be achieved through our teaching and ourstudents learning" (Breen, 1984) while itsfunction is "to specify what is to be taught andin what order" (Prabhu, 1984).
    • *Syllabus design is understood as the organization of the selected contents into an ordered and practical sequence for teaching purposes. *
    • *NEEDS ANALYSISThe concept of needs analysis enables usto discriminate between various learnertypes and to produce syllabus inventoriesspecifically geared to their needs. But thissystem only holds true as long as thelearner groups dealt with have the sameneeds. *
    • * OBJECTIVE.Curriculum goals are general statements of theintended outcomes of a language program, andrepresent what the curriculum planners believe tobe desirable and attainable program aims based onthe constraints revealed in the needs analysis. *
    • *METHODOLOGY.It can be characterized as the activities,tasks, and learning experiences select bythe teacher in order to the achievelearning, and how this are used within theteaching/learning process. *
    • EVALUATION.The primary focus of evaluation is todetermine whether the goals andobjetives of a language program are beingattained “that is whether the program iseffective. when a decision must be makeas to some objectives, a secundary focusis on the relative effectiveness of theprogram. *
    • There are many types of syllabus which are used bythe teacher to the learning/teaching process.The most used are:* Structural- funtional syllabus* Notional- funtional syllabus* Situational syllabus* Tasks-based syllabus *
    • * The language teaching methods and approach are the differents ways that the teacher has to use in the learning/ teaching process of the english language. *
    • * Grammar-translation Approach.* The Direct Approach.* Reading Approach.* Audiolingual Approach.* Communicative Language Learning* The Silent Way* Communicative Functional Notional Approach* Total Phisical Response Approach* The Natural Approach *
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