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CURRICULUM OF EFL

Introduction
CURRICULUM (RICHARDS, PLATT,
PLATT: 1992)

An educational program which states:


The educational purpose of the program (the
ends)
The content, teaching procedures and learning
experiences which will be necessary to achieve
this purpose (the means)
Some means for assessing whether or not the
educational ends have been achieved.
FOUR LANGUAGE TYPES OF
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
CATEGORIES DEFINITION

APPROACHES Ways of defining what and how


the students need to learn

SYLLABUSES Ways of organizing the course


and materials

TECHNIQUES Ways of presenting the materials


and teaching

EXERCISES Ways of practicing what has been


presented
OVERVIEW OF
CURRICULUM COMPONENTS
NEEDS ANALYSIS

OBJECTIVES

TESTING

MATERIALS

TEACHING

EVALUATION
NEEDS ANALYSIS

The Systematic collection and analysis of all


relevant information necessary to satisfy the
language learning requirements of the students
within the context of the particular institutions
involved in the learning situation.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
GOALS
General statements about what must be
accomplished in order to attain and satisfy
students needs.

OBJECTIVES
Precise statements about what content or skills
the students must master in order to attain a
particular goal.
LANGUAGE TESTING

The development of tests based on a programs


goals and objectives.
NRT

CRT

Validity and reliabiality of the test

Practicality
MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT

ADOPTED

ADAPTED

DEVELOPED
TEACHING
EVALUATION

The systematic collection and analysis of all


relevant information necessary to promote the
improvement of the curriculum and to assess its
effectiveness within the context of the particular
institutions involved.
FINAL- TEST
Choose one of the types of syllabus we have
learned (structural, functional, skill-based, task-
based, content-based)
Describe and explain what youve understood
about this topic.
Give some examples

Give your opinion and suggestions if you explore


some problems or cases dealing with the topic
youve chosen.
RULES OF FINAL-TEST
Essay (topic, thesis statement, some paragraphs,
concluding paragraph) at least 3 paragraphs.
Scoring system

80-100 = A
79-75 = B+
74-70 = B
69-65 = C+
64-60 = C
55-50 = D+
49-45 = D
ASSESSMENT
Content of essay
The mastery of the topic discussed

Examples

The structure of essay (writing essay)

Introductory paragraph
Body paragraph
Concluding paragraph
References