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Curriculum Design

Study notes chapter 9 from Teaching by Principles

Curriculum overall plan for the teaching of a subject matter
Steps of curriculum design planning,implementation,evaluation,revision
planning steps situational analysis,needs analysis,problematizing,goals and objectives,syllabus
Implementation steps program and classroom
program steps materials and teacher training
classroom steps presentation, practice, feedback
Evaluation In curriculum design the students and the program are assessed or evaluated
Evaluation of students Measure student achievement of course objectives and standards
Program evaluation Evaluate parts, goals, objectives, methods and overall success rate of students
Lesson It is a unified set of procedures that cover a period of classroom time.
Elements of a lesson They are goals, objectives, materials and equipment, procedures, assessment, extra class work
situational analysis It is an analysis of setting, audience and students needs
needs analysis It defines the needs that the course wants to address. There are objective needs and subjective needs
Objective needs They can be measure such as learners language ability, interests,language skills to be addressed.
Subjective needs They are needs as seen through the eye of the learners such as their expectations, purpose for studying a second language, preferences about their learning and specific languages skills they want to focus on.
problematizing It is anticipating impediments, issues and other potential obstacles in the implementation of a curriculum.
Created by: dlsottawa