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Curriculum, and its ensuing syllabus, may reflect various competing ideologies rather than merely being a vehicle to promote quality teaching and education. In practice, English teachers may have to encounter and confront an imposed curriculum, and syllabus, in thier EGP classes. Despite such imposition, this article argues that they can and should adopt a flexible approach to the document in order to cater for learners' varied and changing learning needs. To achieve the aim, this article drawsdoi:10.24071/llt.2014.170104 fatcat:drnwvmgn3nhi3pgdpnk4mqqa3a