عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study investigates the effectiveness of the headlines of such lessons as “writing and editing styles” and “editing workshop” (1) and (2) in curricula presented in BA course of Persian language and literature. These are amongst the most applied lessons in Persian language and literature major that, meanwhile improving the writing skills of the university students, prepare them for fitting new occupational grounds whereas it seems according to the indices set by the lesson planning council that these lessens need revisions. The present study considers the indices proposed by the supreme lesson planning council to criticize and investigate the aforesaid lessons. The indices are: being up-to-date and responsive to the society needs, setting the ground for emergence of the creativities, being in proportion to the program’s components, being coordinated with the strategic documents and plans and being attentive to the real nature of the course. The study results indicated that these indices have not been correctly observed in the codification of the curriculum and the existent programs have shortfalls and problems. No attention has been paid to the prerequisites and the lessons have overlaps and this has caused the macro-structure of the headlines to lack the required proportion. Moreover, no emphasis has been made on the learning activities contributing to the fostering of creativity. Another problem of the lessons is lack of attention paid to the strategic documents and programs, including the supervisory role of the Persian language and literature academy and there is also no attention paid to the materials and contents of headlines to the enactments by the academy, including Persian writing styles, word choice, etc. Investigation of the materials and topics in terms of newness and being up-to-date is reflective of the structural, content-related and lingual problems of the introduced materials in terms of not being recent; hence, a need is felt for revision of the existing headlines and materials.