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Practical Strategies for Teachers, Lecturers and Trainers
Ian Forsyth – Alan Jolliffe – David Stevens: Planning a course

Clearly structured and illustrated with tables, charts and figures to help educators rapidly come to terms with exactly they need to do when planning a new course (or giving a current course a well needed overhaul), this book is packed with tips to make course planning easier. Focusing on what the course aims to do, with whom, for what outcome and with what resources, the book will help you to make informed choices at each clearly delineated planning stage. Highly practical in tone, yet firmly rooted upon sound theoretical fondations, the systematic approach in this book will help both new and established teachers and lecturers make their teaching more effective.

Subjects dealt with in depth in this up-to-the-minute book include:

determining what is really needed;
developing the learner profil;
delivery options; instructional strategies and materials;
redesigning the material already present.

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Kogan Page, London, 1999
168 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 0749428074

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