CONTINUATION.. ..
d.) The TEACHER Syllabus
d.) The TEACHER Syllabus
the SECOND STAGE OF
INTERPRETATION comes
through the teacher
the GREAT MAJORITY of
STUDENTS LEA...
Stevick (1984) recounts how an
inexperienced teacher would
finish in two minutes an activity
that he would spend twenty
mi...
e.) The CLASSROOM
Syllabus
what is PLANNED and what actually HAPPENS in a
lesson are two DIFFERENT things
(Allwright, 1984...
A LESSON is a communicative event
(created by INTERACTION)
The LESSON PLAN is
like the PLANNED ROUTE
(but like a planned...
o the unexpected traffic
jam
o the slow-moving vehicle
that you get stuck
behind
o the diversion because of
road works
o t...
but the journey might also be
helped along by the -
new stretch of motorway
the company of traveling
companions
fine we...
CLASSROOM too creates conditions which
will affect the nature of a PLANNED
LESSON.
` (these might be EXTRANEOUS FACTORS:)
...
(or they might come from the
LEARNERS as a Group:)
 tired after a long day
 excitable after an incident in the
break
(or...
putting an interesting
question
telling an amusing
anecdote
The CLASSROOM then, is not simply a
neutral channel for the passage of
information from the teacher to learner.
It is a DY...
f.) The
LEARNER
Syllabus
The EVALUATION Syllabus
The ORGANIZATIONAL Syllabus
The MATERIALS Syllabus
The TEACHER Syllabus
The CLASSROOM Syllabus
- e...
The LEARNER Syllabus -internal syllabus
-The NETWORK of KNOWLEDGE
develops in the learner’s brain
enables the learner to c...
Importance of LEARNER SYLLABUS:
It is through this filter of this syllabus that the
learner view the other syllabuses.
(IN...
CONCLUSION:
There is NOT JUST ONE Syllabus,
but SEVERAL,
and the TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS
involves the INTERACTION of THE...
‘I have taught the
syllabus.
Therefore the students,
have learnt what is in the
syllabus.’
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KINDS OF CURRICULUM

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  • 1. CONTINUATION.. ..
  • 2. d.) The TEACHER Syllabus
  • 3. d.) The TEACHER Syllabus the SECOND STAGE OF INTERPRETATION comes through the teacher the GREAT MAJORITY of STUDENTS LEARN LANGUAGE through the MEDIATION of a teacher the TEACHER can INFLUENCE the CLARITY, INTENSITY and FREQUENCY of any item they affect the image that the learners receive
  • 4. Stevick (1984) recounts how an inexperienced teacher would finish in two minutes an activity that he would spend twenty minutes on.
  • 5. e.) The CLASSROOM Syllabus what is PLANNED and what actually HAPPENS in a lesson are two DIFFERENT things (Allwright, 1984b)
  • 6. A LESSON is a communicative event (created by INTERACTION) The LESSON PLAN is like the PLANNED ROUTE (but like a planned route it can be affected by all sorts of conditions along the way)
  • 7. o the unexpected traffic jam o the slow-moving vehicle that you get stuck behind o the diversion because of road works o the new one-way system that you get lost in
  • 8. but the journey might also be helped along by the - new stretch of motorway the company of traveling companions fine weather, etc.
  • 9. CLASSROOM too creates conditions which will affect the nature of a PLANNED LESSON. ` (these might be EXTRANEOUS FACTORS:)  noise from the outside  hot weather  interruptions to deal with an administrative matter (a visitor)
  • 10. (or they might come from the LEARNERS as a Group:)  tired after a long day  excitable after an incident in the break (or from the LEARNERS as Individual students:)  asking questions  distracting the attention of the class
  • 11. putting an interesting question telling an amusing anecdote
  • 12. The CLASSROOM then, is not simply a neutral channel for the passage of information from the teacher to learner. It is a DYNAMIC, INTERACTIVE ENVIRONMENT which affects the nature both of what is taught and what is learnt.
  • 13. f.) The LEARNER Syllabus
  • 14. The EVALUATION Syllabus The ORGANIZATIONAL Syllabus The MATERIALS Syllabus The TEACHER Syllabus The CLASSROOM Syllabus - external to the learner
  • 15. The LEARNER Syllabus -internal syllabus -The NETWORK of KNOWLEDGE develops in the learner’s brain enables the learner to comprehend and store the later information  It is a RETROSPECTIVE record of what HAS BEEN LEARNT rather than a PROSPECTIVE plan of WHAT WILL BE LEARNT. (Candlin, 1984)
  • 16. Importance of LEARNER SYLLABUS: It is through this filter of this syllabus that the learner view the other syllabuses. (IN OTHER WORDS, will have a crucial influence on whether and how future knowledge is learnt.)
  • 17. CONCLUSION: There is NOT JUST ONE Syllabus, but SEVERAL, and the TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS involves the INTERACTION of THEM ALL.
  • 18. ‘I have taught the syllabus. Therefore the students, have learnt what is in the syllabus.’