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EDU555 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION WEEK 1
EDU555 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
WEEK 1

Curriculum & Instruction

Curriculum & Instruction

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Course Description:

0 This course will be divided into two major areas i.e. Curriculum and Instruction. Section one will provide an overview of the principles, procedures and practices in curriculum and syllabus design. The second section will focus on instruction and

instructional materials.

0 Course Outcomes:

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

1. Describe the principles and procedures in curriculum and syllabus design,

2. Design curriculum and syllabus for a specific groups of

learners,

3. Describe the school curriculum and syllabus,

4. Prepare lesson plan for classroom instruction,

5. Design, utilize and evaluate instructional materials for use

in teaching.

0 Course Content:

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Curriculum and Instruction:

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Introduction to Curriculum and Instruction

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Definition: Curriculum, Syllabus, Scheme of Work, Lesson Plan

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Principles and Procedures of Curriculum Development

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Models of Curriculum Development: The Tyler’s Model, The Interaction Model, Taba’s Model, Contemporary Model

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Curriculum Evaluation: Types, Purposes, Procedures, CIPP Model

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The School Curriculum: KBSR and KBSM. The Role of MOE and CDC

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Syllabus and Syllabus Design, Type of Syllabuses/Syllabi, Format and Content of Syllabus

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Scheme of Work

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Instructional Objectives: Objectives and Learning Outcome

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Lesson Plan

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Instruction: Approaches, Methods and Techniques

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Instructional Materials: Principles and Procedures in Instructional Materials Design, Types, Purposes, Utilisation and Evaluation of

Instructional Materials.

 

Grading Policies

 

The grading scale as explained in the course catalogue will be used:

80-100% = A

65-69% = B 60-64% = B- 55-59% = C+

50-54% = C

75-79%

= A-

70-74%

= B+

Test

Students will demonstrate their knowledge in two tests.

40%

(2x20)

Oral Presentation

Students will present a review of an article.

5%

Article review

Students will submit a written review of an article

5%

Course Design

Students will submit a written group project on course design.

20%

Lesson Plan and

Students will submit a lesson plan with instructional

10%

Instructional

materials.

 

Materials/Micro-

Students will conduct a micro teaching session.

10%

teaching

Class

Students will participate in class discussion, group activities, presentations and micro-teaching. Students will collaborate together for a portfolio website containing notes, handouts, information and resources related to the course.

10%

Participation

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Portfolio

SOW & Description of Assessment

Dress Code

0 Formal Attire!!

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Name tag

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Covered Shoes

0 Male VS Female

0 COMPULSORY during;

0 Presentation 0 Microteaching

0 Mark

will

be

deducted

if

the

students

follow the instruction given.

FAILED

to

Attendance

0 Compulsory!

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No such things there must be 80% from total attendance!

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Provide me LEGAL MEDICAL CERTIFICATE if you failed to attend my class!

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Come earlier than me!

Learning Materials

0 Textbook (Chemistry F4 & F5)

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Curriculum Specification (Huraian Sukatan Pelajaran, HSP)

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Personal Marker Pen!

DEATH PEOPLE STAY OUTSIDE!!

DEATH PEOPLE STAY OUTSIDE!!

Curriculum

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Curriculum is commonly defined as “a plan of study”

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For example:

KSSR or Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Rendah is a plan of study for Malaysian Primary school for a period of 6 years.

KBSM or Kurikulum Bersepadu Sekolah Menengah is a plan of study for Malaysian Secondary school for a period of 5 years

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B. Sc. Ed. (Honours) Chemistry/Physics/ Biology

0 The curriculum was plan for a period of 4 years of study in order to obtain the first degree.

Instruction

0 Refers to the process of giving instruction in a classroom through the process of teaching and learning.

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Instruction thus, is the process of implementing the

curriculum through the process of teaching and learning by

using various approaches, methods and technique.

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According to Saylor (1981), instruction is the actual engagements of learners with planned learning.

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As such, curriculum is often associated with instruction.

Definition of Curriculum

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Curriculum has been defined differently by different

people according to the purposes and functions.

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The following are some definitions of curriculum:

Definition of Curriculum

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“ a course of study” – Dressel

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“ a plan for providing sets of learning opportunities for persons to be educated” - J. Galen Saylor et al,

1981

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“An organized set of formal education and/or

training intentions”- David Pratt

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“ a plan of learning” – Taba, 1962

Definition of Curriculum

0 Jon Wiles and Joseph Bondi view curriculum as a four-step plan involving “purposes…design…implementation… assessment.”

0 “ a total instructional program composed of syllabus or individual course programs - Bowen

Definition of Curriculum

0 A general over-all plan of the content or specific materials of instruction that the school should offer

the student by way of qualifying him for graduation or certification for entrance into a professional or vocational field - Good

Definition of Curriculum

0 Ministry of Education, Malaysia according to Akta Pendidikan 1996

Satu program pendidikan yang termasuk

kurikulum dan kegiatan ko-kurikulum yang

merangkumi semua pengetahuan, kemahiran, norma, nilai, unsur kebudayaan, dan kepercayaan untuk membantu perkembangan

seseorang murid dengan sepenuhnya dari segi

rohani, jasmani, mental dan emosi serta untuk menyampaikan pengetahuan.”

Definition of Curriculum

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The word “Curriculum” originates from the Latin

word “currere” which means “a race course”

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As such, the most common definition of curriculum is “ a course of study” or “a plan of study”

Definition of Curriculum

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curriculum consists of:

A plan which is documented

Consisting of a set of objectives

A list of contents and learning experiences

Suggested method of teaching or instruction

A process of evaluation or assessment methods

Curriculum and Instruction

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The word curriculum is often associated with instruction, where:

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Curriculum refers to the plan or document.

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Instruction refers to the methods of presenting or implementing the curriculum content or plan.

For the purpose of instruction, curriculum can be further sub-divided as follows:

CURRICULUM

SYLLABUS

SCHEME

OF

WORK

LESSON

PLAN

A plan of study consisting of one or more course(s) or

subject(s)

A plan for a particular course or subject

A detailed outline of the syllabus, divided into weeks,

sessions, or hours etc.

A plan for a particular lesson or instruction

Curriculum and Instruction in Malaysian Schools

CURRICULUM

SYLLABUS

SCHEME

OF

WORK

LESSON

PLAN

Plan of studies (KSSR, KBSM) Based on National Education Philosophy (NEP) Developed by Curriculum Development Division (CDD)

Documented for the various subjects Supported with Huraian Sukatan Pelajaran (HSP) Consisting of Topics and Sub-topics and details for

teaching and learning

Planned according to school year and organized by weeks

Planned by teachers for each lesson by referring to the Scheme of Work

Curriculum and Instruction in Malaysian IHL

CURRICULUM

SYLLABUS

SCHEME

OF

WORK

LESSON

PLAN

Planned by the respective institution Based on the Philosophy, Vision and Mission

Documented for the various subjects or course Consisting of Topics and Sub-topics and details for teaching and learning

Planned according to semester and organized by weeks 14 weeks for each semester

Planned by lecturers for each lesson by referring to the Scheme of Work

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN MALAYSIAN SCHOOLS

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

JPN

PPD

SCHOOL

Centralized, top-down system

Standardized curriculum prepared by CDD

PENGARAH PENDIDIKAN NEGERI Primary School Secondary School

PEGAWAI PENDIDIKAN DAERAH Primary School Secondary School

PENGETUA, GURU BESAR, GURU PENOLONG

KANAN, KETUA PANITIA

Important Departments at MoE

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BPG Bahagian Pendidikan Guru or Teacher Education Division.

Responsible for the training of school teachers.

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BSS Bahagian Sekolah-sekolah or Schools Division. Responsible for the placement of teachers in schools and related services.

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LPM Lembaga Peperiksaan Malaysia or Malaysian Examination Syndicate. Responsible for centralized examination.

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UTP Unit Teknologi Pendidikan or Educational Technology Division. Resource center for educational technology services.

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BBT Biro Buku Teks or Textbook Bureau. Responsible for School Textbooks. (SPBT Skim Pinjaman Buku Teks)

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BPPDP Bahagian Perancangan dan Penyelidikan Dasar Pendidikan or Educational Planning and Research Division (EPRD)

Important Aspect in

Curriculum

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CURRICULUM

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A plan of study

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Documented

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Academic in nature

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HIDDEN CURRICULUM

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Moral values

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Informal learning inside and outside the classroom

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Unwritten/implicit

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CO-CURRICULUM

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Activities outside the classroom to support the curriculum

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Compulsory

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Sports and games, uniform bodies, and association

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Personal/individual development

0 EXTRA-CURRICULA ACTIVITIES/EXTRA CO- CURRICULUM 0 Activities outside the classroom

0 Not compulsory

Moral Value

Kindness
Kindness
Love
Love
Mental & Physical Cleanliness
Mental &
Physical
Cleanliness
Moderation
Moderation
Self-reliance
Self-reliance
Justice
Justice
Honesty
Honesty
Gratitude
Gratitude
Integrity
Integrity
Freedom
Freedom
Diligence
Diligence
Rationality
Rationality
Patriotism
Patriotism
Respect
Respect
Courage
Courage
Cooperation
Cooperation
Public Spiritedness
Public
Spiritedness

ASPECTS TAUGHT ACROSS THE CURRICULUM

Drugs Prevention Education
Drugs Prevention Education
Drugs Prevention Education
Drugs Prevention Education

Drugs Prevention Education

Drugs Prevention Education
Family Health Education
Family Health Education
Family Health Education
Family Health Education

Family Health Education

Family Health Education
Bahasa Melayu
Bahasa Melayu
Bahasa Melayu
Bahasa Melayu

Bahasa Melayu

Bahasa Melayu
Moral Values Education
Moral Values Education
Moral Values Education

Moral Values Education

Moral Values Education
Moral Values Education
Integration of Science Elements
Integration of Science Elements
Integration of Science Elements
Integration of Science Elements

Integration of Science Elements

Integration of Science Elements
Science and Technology
Science and Technology
Science and Technology
Science and Technology

Science and Technology

Science and Technology
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies
Critical and Creative Thinking Skills
Critical and Creative Thinking Skills
Critical and Creative Thinking Skills
Critical and Creative Thinking Skills

Critical and Creative Thinking Skills

Critical and Creative Thinking Skills
Parental Education
Parental Education
Parental Education

Parental Education

Parental Education
Parental Education
Road Safety Education
Road Safety Education
Road Safety Education
Road Safety Education

Road Safety Education

Road Safety Education
Futures Studies
Futures Studies
Futures Studies

Futures Studies

Futures Studies
Futures Studies
Consumerism Education
Consumerism Education
Consumerism Education

Consumerism Education

Consumerism Education
Consumerism Education
Study Skills
Study Skills
Study Skills
Study Skills

Study Skills

Study Skills
ICT
ICT
ICT

ICT

ICT
ICT
THANK YOU
THANK YOU