Information Package / Course Catalogue
Turkish Language II
Course Code: TD104
Course Type: Required
Couse Group: Short Cycle (Associate's Degree)
Education Language: Turkish
Work Placement: N/A
Theory: 2
Prt.: 0
Credit: 2
Lab: 0
ECTS: 2
Objectives of the Course

This course aims to teach students the basic skills of understading and expression, allow reading and analysis of texts, teach the methods of preparing projects and useful methods of preparing essays and presentations and also to allow the students to acquire the ability to correctly use Turkish in terms of language- thought in written and verbal expressions.

Course Content

Types and features of written and verbal expressions, presentations of their samples, problems with expression and sentence structure in Turkish.

Name of Lecturer(s)
Lec. Bilge AYRANCI
Lec. Hatice ALTUNKAYA
Lec. Yüksel GİRGİN
Lec. Gülden ÜNLÜ ARABACI
Ins. Cevriye FADILOĞLU
Ins. Fatma SİNECEN
Ins. Gökhan TÜRK
Ins. Hamza ÖZKAN
Ins. Metin POLAT
Ins. Mustafa EROL
Ins. Nilay AKAY GÖKALP
Ins. Perihan YİĞİT KARAZEYBEK
Learning Outcomes
1.To be able to obtain general information about essays and skills of planning to be used in essay writing
2.To be able to use words and word groups in an effective way in written and verbal expressions
3.To be able to understand the importance of correct word order in Turkish
4.To be able to apply problem-solving methods to chosen sentences and pieces from works of literature and books
5.To be able to learn the defining characteristics of literature and distinguish the similarities and differences of these types
6.To gain the ability to use Turkish as a tool for written and verbal expressions
7.To learn that Turkish is one of the world’s important languages and examples of important literary works in this language
8.To allow active participation in their educational period by giving responsibility
Recommended or Required Reading
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
Week 1 - Theoretical
Diction communication, communication items and types, elements preventing communication, basic concepts and terms related to speech.
Week 2 - Theoretical
Physical elements and practical studies that enable voice to be formed
Week 3 - Theoretical
Breathing training and breath control, practical exercises. Emphasis, intonation, stop, intersection, melody.
Week 4 - Theoretical
Psychological, psychological, social and cultural elements and practical studies that enable voice to be formed
Week 5 - Practice
Features that need to be found in the speaker. Other concepts related to speech. Use of the body in conversation, nonverbal communication. Look, eye contact, face expression.
Week 6 - Theoretical
Use of the body in conversation, nonverbal communication and applied studies. Touch, walk, interpersonal distance.
Week 7 - Theoretical
Use of the body in conversation, nonverbal communication and applied studies. Impression, persuasion.
Week 8 - Theoretical
Speak unprepared. Applied studies. In the phone, in the community, in the first encounter.
Week 9 - Theoretical
Speak unprepared. Applied studies. Magazines, newspapers, short films, advertisements, etc. expressing personal feelings and thoughts on it.
Week 10 - Theoretical
Speak unprepared. Applied studies. Appropriate speech applications will be made to the faculty or the contents of the sections. For example, patientdoctor relationship in the medical faculty, worker engineer-based applications in engineering will be processed.
Week 11 - Theoretical
Prepared talk. Applied studies. Impromptu Speech Practices (photos, cartoons, posters, advertisements, posters, etc.) - telling personal feelings and thoughts on the move.
Week 12 - Theoretical
Prepared Speaking Practices (Speech, Declaim, Speaking Before the Community, Debate)
Week 13 - Theoretical
Prepared talk. Applied studies. (Open Session, Forum, Panel)
Week 14 - Theoretical
Prepared talk. Applied studies. (SymposiumColloquium.)
Week 15 - Theoretical
Final exam
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Type of AssessmentCountPercent
Final Examination1%100
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesCountPreparationTimeTotal Work Load (hours)
Lecture - Theory140228
Assignment1617
Individual Work2228
Final Examination1617
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)50
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