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    Representing Types of Syllabus on a Continuum

    Hello,

    I am doing a research on Syllbus and Syllabus Design.
    My query is that can we represent the types of syllabus on a continuum i.e. starting from the least communicative to the most OR from purely grammatical to communicative?

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    Re: Representing Types of Syllabus on a Continuum

    You can show them on a continuum. It's the standard way to do it. Here they are:

    • Non-communicative learning
    • Pre-communicative language practice
    • Communicative language practice
    • Structured communication
    • Authentic communication

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