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D00M
Posted: Saturday, September 09, 2017 7:06:55 AM

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Hello respected teachers,

Could you please tell me the difference between curriculum and syllabus in simple terms? I've already consulted Google but could not get a satisfactory result.

I am looking forward to your answers.
Islami
Posted: Sunday, September 10, 2017 11:00:12 AM
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I am not a teacher.

But in extra simple terms

Syllabus refers to the program or outline of a course of study. Curriculum, on the other hand, is a word that refers to the subjects that are studied or prescribed for study in a school or in a college. This is the main difference between syllabus and curriculum. Curriculum is a much broader concept whereas syllabus is much narrower. This with regard to the different areas they cover. Curriculum covers the whole course experience while the syllabus only covers a part of that course experience.
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