SIGN-UP SCHEDULE FOR ORAL COMPONENT FOR ACWR 101-19
Dreams
Your presentation should last for approximately 30 minutes and your PowerPoint must contain:
a. A 200-word summary (if your summary is over 300 words it is no longer a summary and will lose points)
b. Three discussion questions and thoughtful answers (make sure your answers appear after the questions)
c. Three multiple-choice questions and answers (a chance for you to test if students were paying attention)
d. Three vocabulary words with the sentences where you found them, page numbers, definitions and your
own sentences for each
Please see the assignment prompt for more details:
http://home.ku.edu.tr/~jward/101/Oral%20Component%20Assignment%20Spring%202014.pdf
Date
Reading Title
Pg
Mon 24 Feb
Hadfield (1954).
Dreams And Nightmares
47
Mon 3 Mar
Hazzard (1994),
Dreams and Their Meanings
56
Names
Jason Ward [Teacher Demo!]
BEGÜM DURDAR
HAZEL BAHAR ÖZMEN
BUKET ÖZENSOY
Mon 10 Mar
Lewis & Oliver (2009),
Dream Encyclopedia
66
CEREN TÜRKMEN
Busra Aslanpay / Eda Jan Yilmaz
Ayse Naz Karaarslan
Essay 1 Tutorials (Conferences) Week Mon 17th, Tues 18th & Weds 19th March
Mon 24 Mar
Rennison, (2002),
Freud and Psychoanalysis
75
BELİZ ERTINMAZ
MEHMED BURAK DEMİRCİ
HAZAR ULUSOY
Mon 31 Mar
West (2011),
Freud v Jung
85
AYŞE BÜLBÜL
SİMAY TEKİN
ERDEM EMRE İNAN
Spring Break Holiday Week
Mon 14 Apr
Krippner (2002). Precognitive
Dreams
99
AYDIN CAN FIRILDAK
DAMLA AKAN
Essay 2 Tutorials Week
Mon 28 Apr
Perkins (1999). The Meaning
Of Dream Books
111
Turgut Meral
ELİF NUR AKTAŞ
The teacher may need to change your reading or partner if students leave the course but will notify in advance and help out if you find
yourself presenting alone.
SIGN-UP SCHEDULE FOR ORAL COMPONENT FOR ACWR 101-20
Dreams
Your presentation should last for approximately 30 minutes and your PowerPoint must contain:
a. A 200-word summary (if your summary is over 300 words it is no longer a summary and will lose points)
b. Three discussion questions and thoughtful answers (make sure your answers appear after the questions)
c. Three multiple-choice questions and answers (a chance for you to test if students were paying attention)
d. Three vocabulary words with the sentences where you found them, page numbers, definitions and your
own sentences for each
Please see the assignment prompt for more details:
http://home.ku.edu.tr/~jward/101/Oral%20Component%20Assignment%20Spring%202014.pdf
Date
Reading Title
Pg
Mon 24 Feb
Hadfield (1954).
Dreams And Nightmares
47
Mon 3 Mar
Hazzard (1994),
Dreams and Their Meanings
56
Names
Jason Ward [Teacher Demo!]
EGE SU ACAR
ÖZGE TATAR
İSMAİL GÜMÜŞ
Mon 10 Mar
Lewis & Oliver (2009),
Dream Encyclopedia
66
AYLİN BERNA ÖNCEL
HAZAL ERGÜNEŞ
HASAN EMRE ARGÜDEN
Essay 1 Tutorials (Conferences) Week Mon 17th, Tues 18th & Weds 19th March
Mon 24 Mar
Rennison, (2002),
Freud and Psychoanalysis
75
BUĞRA OTLUDİL
TOLUNAY ÖNDÜL
Semih Gurucak
Mon 31 Mar
West (2011),
Freud v Jung
85
RANA DEMİRİZ
SÜMEYYE ŞAHİN
Burak Senturk
Spring Break Holiday Week
Mon 14 Apr
Krippner (2002). Precognitive
Dreams
99
YASEMİN OVALI
DEMET ÇALIŞKAN
CANBERK ARSLAN
Essay 2 Tutorials Week
Mon 28 Apr
Perkins (1999). The Meaning
Of Dream Books
111
Murat Dogan
Pelin Yilmaz
The teacher may need to change your reading or partner if students leave the course but will notify in advance and help out if you find
yourself presenting alone.
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SIGN-UP SCHEDULE FOR ORAL COMPONENT FOR ACWR 101