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A '''process-oriented syllabus''' is based on the pedagogic processes [[learners]] follow to reach their [[learning]] goals as per recent developments in [[applied linguistics]].<ref>[http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/think/articles/syllabus-writing British Council: Syllabus writing]</ref>  
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A '''process-oriented syllabus''' is based on the pedagogic processes [[learners]] follow to reach their [[learning]] goals as per recent developments in [[applied linguistics]].<ref name=brit>[http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/think/articles/syllabus-writing British Council: Syllabus writing]</ref>
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In his ''Communicative Syllabus Design'' ([[Cambridge University Press]]), [[David Nunan]] asserts that 'any curriculum which fails to give due consideration to both product and process will be defective.<ref name=brit/>
  
 
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Revision as of 20:01, 26 February 2012

A process-oriented syllabus is based on the pedagogic processes learners follow to reach their learning goals as per recent developments in applied linguistics.[1]

In his Communicative Syllabus Design (Cambridge University Press), David Nunan asserts that 'any curriculum which fails to give due consideration to both product and process will be defective.[1]

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