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Structural syllabusppw

  1. 1. Also known as: Grammatical syllabus. Formal Syllabus. Traditional syllabus. Synthetic syllabus,
  2. 2. Present progressive Comparatives Simple past Past progressive
  3. 3.  It’s one in which grammatical structures form the central organizing characteristic, focus on the knowledge and skills which learners should gain as a result of instruction.
  4. 4.  The structural syllabus is the key to teach in all kinds of language. In which the people can absorb and assimilate information.
  5. 5.  The structural or grammatical syllabus is one of the most common types of syllabus still today.
  6. 6.  Examples include:o Nounso Verbso Adjectiveso Statementso Questionso Subordinate clauses
  7. 7.  Simplicity and centrality Frequency Learn ability
  8. 8.  Structural syllabus have most frequently been associated with cognitive methods. The modern syllabus differs from the structural syllabus because their focus is on the communicative approach. It is designed so that different parts of the language are taught systematically in a step by step.
  9. 9.  Language is a system which consists of a set ofgrammatical rules; learning language meanslearning these rules and then applying them topractical language use.
  10. 10.  The content of the syllabus is determined by giving top priority to teaching the grammar or structure of the target language.
  11. 11.  Very often the items on each list are arranged in order showing which are to be taught in the first course, which in the second, and so on.
  12. 12.  Grammar makes up the core of the syllabus. Whatever rules are followed, learning a language means learning to master the grammar rules of the target language.
  13. 13.  In the initial stage of teaching, the linguistic components of the type of performance desired are analyzed. Next the language is broken down into small grammatical components and presented in a strictly controlled sequence.
  14. 14.  The learner moves from simpler to more complex grammatical structures. Teaching and testing are relatively simple. It is very much helpful to develop writing skills.
  15. 15.  Itenriches student’s basic vocabulary. Sequencing and selection of teaching items is not as difficult. The learner is expected to master each structural step and add it to her grammar collection.
  16. 16.  Made sure you know how use in the correct way the structural syllabus. Try to help your students to interact with others. Think how your methodology could help or affect the process of learning a second language with the structural syllabus program.
  17. 17.  Motivate your students. Make emphasizes in that every people can learn whatever they want and they only need interest and motivation to be better every day.
  18. 18. Thank you andgood afternoon.