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TEFL Academy - Assignment 4 - Writing a Syllabus based on student needs analysis

TEFL Academy Assignment 4 - Writing a Syllabus based on student's need analysis questionnaire. In this case, the questionnaire was provided with assignment downloads, but with other courses or as a freelance teacher, the student must fill out the questionnaire you have set-up, or you must conduct an interview with the student to find out what their aims/needs are when learning English. Level. Intermediate Type. Skills and Topic-based syllabus Included in the lesson plan: The 5-hour plan outlying the activities planned based on the needs analysis questionnaire (received through the TEFL Academy)

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