Syllabus: Definition and Types

A syllabus is an expression of opinion on the nature of language and learning; it acts as a guide for both teacher and learner by providing some goals to be attained. Hutchinson and Waters (1987:80) define syllabus as ‘at its simplest level a syllabus can be described as a statement of what is to be learnt. It reflects language and linguistic performance.’

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Qualitative Research Methods

Action Research This is a type of applied research that is conducted primarily to improve educational practices, including management of the classroom, classroom practices and interaction, classroom instruction, among others.…

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