O WE NEED AND, IF SO, WHAT ARE THE PRINCIPLES FOR A CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY FOR LIFELONG LEARNING?

First of all I would like an outline of the essay and all the drafts that you will write in order to understand better the topic and to have something to submit to my tutor. Please do not use less than 15 courses. Also, I will give you more days than 5. Please avoid plagiarism because there is a strict policy about it. Also, I will send you some pdf.
The following references are my tutors suggestion:
-Coffield, F.,(2000) Differing Visions of a Learning Society, Vol.2, Bristol:Policy Press.
-Young, M.F.M. Bringing Knowledge Back in: Towardas a Curriculum for Lifelong Learning in the book Hodgson, A. (2000) Policies, Politics and the Future of Lifelong Learning, London:Kogan Page
-Ranson, S. (1998)Inside the Learning Society, London:Cassell.
The following are result of my research:
-Young, M.F.M (1998)The curriculum of the future : from the new sociology of education to a critical theory of learning Biddles Ltd, Guildford & Kings Lynn.
-Commission of the European Communities (2000), A Memorandum on Lifelong Learning Brussels
-Skager, R. & Dave. R, (1977). Curriculum evaluation for lifelong education : developing criteria and procedures for the evaluation of school curricula in the perspective of lifelong education : a multinational study Pergamon Press Ltd:Oxford
-Coffield, F.,(2000) Differing Visions of a Learning Society, Vol.2, Bristol:Policy Press.
-Young, M.F.M. Bringing Knowledge Back in: Towardas a Curriculum for Lifelong Learning in the book Hodgson, A. (2000) Policies, Politics and the Future of Lifelong Learning, London:Kogan Page
-Ranson, S. (1998)Inside the Learning Society, London:Cassell.
-Young, M.F.M (1998)The curriculum of the future : from the new sociology of education to a critical theory of learning Biddles Ltd, Guildford & Kings Lynn.
-Commission of the European Communities (2000), A Memorandum on Lifelong Learning Brussels
-Skager, R. & Dave. R, (1977). Curriculum evaluation for lifelong education : developing criteria and procedures for the evaluation of school curricula in the perspective of lifelong education : a multinational study Pergamon Press Ltd:Oxford