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Grammar points sequenced in TY programs

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Kugel
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24 July 2008 at 11:36am | IP Logged 
I think it can reasonably be said that all serious language programs, the ones where you teach yourself, teach the same concepts; and the only major difference is that they present them in different sequences.

Some courses fail to clarify and contrast grammar points, thus making the course inadequate for teaching yourself. And some courses don't even cover the said grammar points under the pretense of "assimilating" it for a future explanation, which could be weeks ahead in the program. But at the end of the course I think most of the different methods end up covering the same grammar points.

Professor, when it comes to sequencing grammar points in language programs do you find them to be out of order? Does each language family or language have an ideal sequencing pattern? If so, what are they?     

Edited by Kugel on 24 July 2008 at 11:51am



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