Janice Yalden's scientific contributions

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It is not a simple matter to determine the contours of syllabus design for second/foreign languages in the late 1980s. Definitions are disparate, the field diffuse. For example, in the abstracrs in Language Teaching over the last five years, the area which was traditionally thought of as syllabus design (cf., Shaw 1982:78) is treated under Theory a...

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... Much is known from the literature on the concept of the syllabus. The latter has been defined by various scholars (Hutchinson & Waters, 1987;Kearsley & Lynch, 1996;Nunan, Candlin, & Widdowson, 1988;Rabbini, 2002;Yalden, 1987). Syllabus, in the current study, refers to the document that "outlines the goals and objectives of a course, prerequisites,the grading/evaluation scheme, materials to be used (textbooks, software), topics to be covered, a schedule, and a bibliography" (Kearsley & Lynch, 1996, p. 192). ...