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GRAMATICAL AND STRUCTURAL SYLLABUS

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Transcript of GRAMATICAL AND STRUCTURAL SYLLABUS

History
Procedure
Methods
According to Nunan, 1988, the grammatical syllabus has been defined as one which consists of a list of grammatical items selected and graded in terms of simplicity and complexity.
OBJECTIVES
To master language rules
To learn adequate vocabulary
GRAMMATICAL AND STRUCTURAL SYLLABUS
Characteristics
1. Language is a set of grammatical rules.

2. The syllabus input is selected and graded according to grammatical notions of simplicity and complexity.

3. It is easier for a student to learn a language.
Approaches
Synthetic approach
Definition
Entrance of modern languages in the curriculum of European schools.
18th and 19th century
Audio-lingualism
Grammar translation
According to Wilkins, 1976, a synthetic language teaching strategy is one in which the different parts of language are taught separately and step-by-step so that acquisition is a process of gradual accumulation of the parts until the whole structure of the language has been built up.


Audio-lingual
method
Translation method
Combination of both
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Content
Linguistic structures
Lexicon
Criteria
Simplicity and centrality
Frequency
Learnability
Pros
Cons
David Nunan
David Wilkins
Rutherford
Michael H.Long and Graham Crookes
Sasan Baleghizadeh
Henry Widdowson
What a syllabus is?
Product-oriented
Bibliography
RICHARDS, Jack and RODGERS, Theodore. (1986). Approaches and methods in language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

RICHARDS, Jack. (2001). Curriculum development in language teaching.cambridge: Cambridge university press.

Nunan, David.(1988). Syllabus design. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sasan Baleghizadeh, (2012, 28 enero). Grammatical Syllabus and EFL Textbooks: the Need for Consciousness-raising Activities. Per Linguam. páginas 111-116 .
Previous and current methods
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