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Volume 11 (1); 25 March 2021

Research Paper

Improving the teaching and learning with the help of curriculum.

Bagheri Hossein Abadi H and Rezaei M.

J. Educ. Manage. Stud., 11(1): 01-13, 2021; pii:S232247702100001-11


Goals, disposition, duration, needs analysis, learners and teachers, exercises and activities, resources, learning styles, skills to be acquired, lexis, language structure, and ability measurement are all components of any curriculum. These elements should be defined and documented in depth before establishing a program or course of study. In fact, these factors aid in the clarification of various aspects of the curriculum and, as a result, increase its productivity. In practice, proper consideration of each component of these components can have a huge impact on the program's richness. As a result, curriculum or course planners must examine each component individually and assess their position in the program. In general, these factors should be thoroughly examined before, during, and after the program. As a result, the purpose of this essay is to throw some light on the many components of a teaching-learning course.

Keywords: Curriculum, Components

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