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Browsing Department of Second Language Studies by Subject "curriculum development"

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  • Johnstun, Ann
    This project focuses on evaluating the existing curriculum and assisting in the rational building of the structure of goals and objectives of HELP. Specifically, the project seeks to answer the following questions: How did ...
  • Chan, Elisa; Ham, Koeun (2007)
    This project intends to obtain information about students’ needs at an English intensive program at a university, especially a listening and speaking curriculum area. Fourteen undergraduate students who enrolled in an ...
  • Gray, Meridith; Koshik, Irene; Masonm, Charles; Richards, Jack; Steinber, Miho (1982)
    This paper reports curriculum guideline for ESL 100, advanced writing course for international undergraduate students. It demonstrates course description, placement, student population, and the goals for the class as well ...
  • Asahina, Ruby; Okuda,Julie M. (1987)
    This study examines goals, microskills, and objectives for a potential foreign teaching assistants (FTAs) course in the ELI program, focusing on the development of speaking skills of FTAs. Based on Brown’s curriculum model, ...
  • Yang, Weiwei (2005)
    This paper proposes a task-based approach to developing the discussion skills of ESL students’ listening/speaking class, dealing mostly with the methodological considerations for task-based syllabus and lesson designs. It ...
  • Lu, Crystal Fen-Chuan (2002)
    The purpose of this project is to assist the English Language Institute (ELI) to find out about the writing needs of students and to offer recommendations so that that intermediate writing classes can meet those needs. The ...
  • Donovan, Catherine; Serizawa, Chieko (1989)
    This reports on a curriculum development project at the University of Hawaii at Manoa conducted during the summer of 1989. The purpose of the project was to develop a systematically designed curriculum for the introductory ...

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