Process of designing your own curriculum

We're just getting started with Rotation and the first meeting of our Curriculum Design Team is a couple of days away. I was just wondering if there is a 'normal' pattern regarding how much the design team does and how much each workshop does in the development of the lesson plan. From what I've been able to read it seems that some design teams do the whole lesson (presumably having at least one member of each workshop on the design team) while other design teams come up with the concepts, objectives, memory verse etc. and pass what they've done on to each workshop leader for them to do the outline according to their individual media. Am I right in this? Is there a preferable method?

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