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Process-oriented syllabus

A process-oriented syllabus focuses on the skills and processes involved in learning language. It can be compared with a product-oriented syllabus, which focuses on completed acts of communication, the outputs.

Example
A process-writing syllabus would focus on the processes writers use to complete their tasks, such as collecting information, organising ideas, drafting and revising, rather than just the features of the products of writing, such as letters, compositions, notes, reports etc.

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