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|Title:||Beyond Syllabus Reform|
|Source:||Nadkarni, M.V. (1988). Beyond Syllabus Reform. Journal of English and Foreign Languages 2 (July) : 1-20. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||It is suggested that ongoing efforts at syllabus reform in English as a foreign language teaching are doomed to failure unless they take into account the current nature of English teaching & make significant & even radical efforts to introduce new concepts into the classroom. Significant changes in the nature of English-language teaching in India that have occurred since the 1950s are reviewed. It is suggested that current assumptions that students will reach the university level with a good grasp of the English language are unfounded & possibly unrealistic. University instructional programs must deal with the reality of student ability levels & aim toward providing students with the language skills they need. B. Annesser Murray.|
|Source Title:||Journal of English and Foreign Languages|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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