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Thanks Introduction 1. The fact-finding stage: assessing societal factors 2. The basis for curriculum and syllabus designing 3. How goals become realized through instructional plans 4. A curriculum developed on communicative goals 5. The scope of a communicative syllabus 6. Focusing on language content in a communicative syllabus 7. Focusing on process: materials that deal with sociocultural appropriateness 8. Focusing on product: materials that deal with the reading skill 9. Creating materials: the links between syllabus and audience Epilogue Cumulative bibliography Acknowledgements Index.