Course Code
TURK 101
Course Name
Year/Semester
Turkish I
1/Fall
Theory
2
Practice
0
Credits
ECTS
2
2
Level of Course : Undergraduate (First Cycle)
Course Type : Main (Compulsory)
Language of Turkish
Instruction :
Mode of Delivery : Face-to-Face
Prerequisites and
Co-requisites : None
Course Coordinator : Tarık Oğuzlu
Name of Lecturer(s ): Vedat Kartalcık
Course Objectives: This course aims to improve the students’ Turkish language skills of syntax, semantics,
and writing.
Course Description: What is language? Birth of languages. The relation of language-feeling-thought.
Language-Culture relation. Language -society relation. Languages all over the world and
the place of Turkish among these languages. Punctuation marks and spelling rules.
Phonology-Structure-word-verbs-phrases-sentence.
Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
To make the students understand what they listened and read with depth; to
develop the students’ abilities to retell what they heard, saw, thought and
understood by speech and by writing in a planned, and an effective way.
To make the students comprehend the grammar topics not as a theoretical
knowledge, but through practice, observations and assessments of the texts.
To tell that Turkish Language is one of the important languages of the world and
to mention the masterpieces presented in this language. To make students
comprehend the fact that they are the conveyers of a science and culture
language.
To make the students of higher education understand the scientific foundations
on which Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s revolutions of writing and language were
built
To make students to gain the ability of using Turkish Language accurately as a
tool of written and oral expression.
Required Course Muharrem Ergin, Türk Dilbilgisi, Bayrak Yayınları, İstanbul
Material(s) Nurettin Demir, Emine Yılmaz, Türk Dili El Kitabı, Grafiker Yay., Ankara.
/Reading(s)/Text Tahir Nejat Gencan, Dilbilgisi, 2. Baskı, İstanbul, 1971
Book(s) : Necmettin Hacıeminoğlu, Türk Dilinde Edatlar, En Eski Türkçe Metinlerden Zamanımıza
Kadar, İstanbul, 1971
Vecihe Hatiboğlu, Dilbilgisi Terimleri Sözlüğü, Ankara, 1972
Süer Eker, Çağdaş Türk Dili, Grafiker Yayınları, İstanbul, 2006
Prof. Dr. Zeynep Korkmaz, Prof. Dr. Hamza Zülfikar, Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akalın, Prof. Dr.
Ahmet B. Ercilasun, Prof. Dr. İsmail Parlatır, Prof. Dr. Tuncer Gülensoy, Prof. Dr. Necat
Birinci, Yüksek Öğretim Öğrencileri İçin Türk Dili Kompozisyon Bilgileri, Yargı Yayınevi,
Ankara, 2003
Muhittin Bilgin, Anlamdan Anlatıma Türkçemiz, Anı Yayıncılık, Ankara,2005
Vedat Kartalcık, Abdülkadir Bulgurcu, Türk Dili Yazılı ve Sözlü Anlatım Bilgileri, Altın Post
Yay., Balıkesir 2012.
Recommended
Course
Material(s)/Reading(s)
/Other:
Planned Learning Telling / Explaining
Activities and Teaching Discussion/Debate
Methods : Questioning
Reading
Oral Presentation
Course Contents:
(Weekly Lecture Plan)
Week Topics
1 What is language? Birth of languages.
2 The relation of language-feeling- thought language-culture relation languagesociety relation.
3 Languages all over the world and the placa of Turkish among these languages.
4 Historical periods of Turkish languagu and development.
5 Phonology.
6 Sound features of Turkish words
7 Structure- Affixes - Terminations
8
Midterm Exam
9 Word A- According to the meaning of words as.
B- Meaning of words according to the relation ship
C- Word types in terms of structure
10 Word types
11 Phrases, A- noun Phrase in B- Adjective phrases C- Abbreviation Ç- Title
group D- Prepositional group E-Conjunction group F-Exclamation Group GRepetitions
12 H- Gerundiums I-Number Group J- Compound verbs
13 Sentence A- Components of Sentence
14 B- Sentence Types
15 Spelling Rules
16 FINALS WEEK
Assessment Methods
and Criteria :
METHODS
EFFECTS ON
GRADING
Participation and attendance
10%
1 Project
20%
Midterm Exam
30%
Final Exam
40%
ECTS Workload Table :
ACTIVITIES
NUMBER
HOUR
WORKLOAD
Application (Homework, Reading, SelfStudy etc.)
15
1
15
Exams and Exam Preparations
2
3
6
Laboratory
0
0
0
Outside Activities About Course
(Attendance, Presentation, Midterm
exam, Final exam, Quiz etc.)
1
2
2
Weekly Course Time
15
2
30
33
8
53
Total Workload
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