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Journey of Needs Analysis Start (Lacks) Route (Learning needs) Destination ( needs , wants) Yousif Alshumaimeri Issues in Need Analysis Can Needs Analysis ever be objective  At what point are learning needs assessed/decided on  Conflict between wants and necessities  What tools do we use to assess needs, are they objective  How reliable are these tools  Yousif Alshumaimeri 2009 Issues in Need Analysis learners Sponsors Syllabus Design Teachers Course Designers In conducting Needs Analysis + Pros - Cons May Motivate learners Learners reactions to conducting needs analysis Values Learner Contribution May raise false expectations in learners May help in setting more realistic objectives Conflicts between expectations of learners, course designers, sponsors and teachers Very useful where many resources available Needs analysis is basically subjectiveinfluenced by perceptions of person conducting it Greater awareness + motivation may lead to develop greater competence More problematic with lower proficiency/ younger learners May help pupils to assess own needs better Time Consuming Learner perceptions of needs may be unrealistic.


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