2. Evaluating ELT materials
3. Adapting materials
4. Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)
5. How to teach reading (process and activities)
6. Schema theory
7. How to teach vocabulary
8. Listening Comprehension : Teaching and Listening
9. Speaking skills
10. Writing Skills
- The 'syllabus' can be seen for our purposes as the overall organizing principle for what is to be taught and learned.
- The 'syllabus' is a general statement as to the pedagogical arrangement of learning content.
- Richards and Rodgers(2001) : approach, design, and procedure
'Approach' is the most general level, and refers to the views and beliefs of language and language learning on which planning is based.
The next level, 'design', is where the principles of the first level are converted into the more practical aspects of syllabuses and instructional materials.
'Procedure' refers to techniques and the management of the classroom itself.
- 6 broad types of syllabus
grammatical or structural
: is organized according to a list of grammatical structures and is one that will readily be recognized by most English language teachers. The structural syllabus incorporates probably the most traditional approach and is based on the internal structure of the language