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  • 1. Curriculum, Syllabus, Scheme of Work & Lesson Plan
    • Group A
    • Hazirin, Ron, Lisa, Faizah and Azilina
  • 2. Scope
    • Definitions
    • What must be included ?
    • Summary
    • Examples
  • 3. Curriculum
    • Curriculum is a focus of study, consisting of various courses all designed to reach the standard level of understanding at the area of expertise
  • 4. Curriculum
    • Teaching & Learning and Assessment
      • unit format
      • learning and assessment
      • grading policy
      • accreditation
    • Programme Design & Delivery
      • mode of delivery
      • resources
      • delivery approach
      • Meeting local needs
    • Entry Requirement
  • 5. Syllabus
    • A written description of the contents and requirements of a course. (QVCC, 2006)
    • set up by committee who consists of people who supervise and controls course quality
  • 6. Syllabus
    • Course Overview
    • Learning Hours - no. of hours the course requires
    • Goals & Objectives - expected outcome and scope of the courses
    • Topics to be covered - Specify the content that the instructor feels important
    • Grading/Evaluation Scheme - tells students what kind of learning activities are to be valued. (example: assignments, tests, paper, projects)
    • Materials to be used - books, softwares, tool
  • 7. Scheme of Work
    • A schedule of intended plan of execution of the syllabus within a time frame as defined in the syllabus
  • 8. Scheme of Work
    • Course Objectives - includes how you will present the course by breaking the course into modules into individual lessons
    • Activities - include the activities like theoretical, students-centred, teacher-centred
    • Time Spend - the time you will spend teaching the whole lesson
    • Key Skills - list the skills you will give the students example ICT, communication
    • Hand outs & Resources - things you handed out to your students including homework, assignments and resources you used to get your information
    • Assessment strategies - how long will be the unit delivered, due dates, deadlines
  • 9. Lesson Plan
    • A teacher’s detailed description of the course of instruction for an individual lesson to meet the objectives of the lesson
  • 10. Lesson Plan
    • Title - lesson title
    • Time - Time required to complete the lesson
    • Materials - List of required materials
    • Enable Objectives - what the students can do at lesson completion or what the students knows at lesson completion
    • Instructional Component - describes the sequence of events that make up the lesson, including the practice the students use to try new skills or work with new ideas
    • Summary - Where the teacher wraps up the discussion and answers questions
    • Evaluation - Evaluation of learning objective
  • 11. Summary Curriculum Syllabus SOW Lesson Plan Who define? Whom for? Contents CDD, BDTVEC Awarding body, Educational organisations, CDD,PDEC Broad, detailed & confidential informations Examination Board (Cambridge, PDEC) Teachers, students Simplified version of a curriculum for students’ understanding Teachers Senior Master/Mistress academics, HODs, teachers Detailed guidelines for teachers to plan their lesson in an academic year Teachers Senior Master/Mistress academics, HODs, teachers Detailed guidelines for teachers to carry out a lesson