Structure the course modules
After you have developed your syllabus for the revised course, you need to develop a list of the modules composed in the course, taking into consideration: a) the weekly structure of topics in the syllabus and b) the supported literature listed in the syllabus. Structuring the course modules is a process that turns university instructors to clarify more the syllabus. It implies first a re-organisation of the weekly topics in the syllabus and second aligning the course goals/objectives and learning outcomes to course modules structure. Regarding the first, it does not necessarily imply that there must be a module for every week elaborated in the syllabus. It could be that a module can run for more than one week, depending on the topics of the course. As the weekly topics are placed in a logic sequence, this should also be reflected in the modules. The revised course content could be broken into manageable and meaningful modules. The general practice is that a 14 weeks syllabus can be composed of 5-10 modules. However, exceptions are allowed depending on the demands of a course. Learning activities are designed for each module in the course.