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syllabus

(sĭl′ă-bŭs) [Gr. syllabos, table of contents]
An abstract of a lecture or outline of a course of study or of a book.
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For this reason, it might be falsely assumed that these two syllabus types are the same and the terms task and procedural syllabuses can be used interchangeably.
These syllabuses differ in terms of (1) task selection, (2) task gradation, (3) task implementation, and (4) input characteristics.
It was previously argued that both procedural and task syllabuses use pedagogic tasks as an appropriate vehicle for language teaching.
This is the second area in which the procedural and task syllabuses differ.
Evaluating the new syllabuses was not part of my brief, but I grew increasingly uneasy about the narrowness of their specifications.
The focus on `high politics' and the `disparate elements' were (and are) the direct consequence of the modular structure of the new syllabuses.
I am not arguing here for the Middle Ages over other periods, rather for having syllabuses with longer time-spans, a wider geographical spread and contrasting civilisations.
Are our syllabuses systematic consumption or consumed syllabuses?