COURSE UNIT TITLE

: TURKISH LANGUAGE II

Description of Individual Course Units

Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Type Of Course D U L ECTS
TDL 1002 TURKISH LANGUAGE II COMPULSORY 2 0 0 2

Offered By

Required Course Office

Level of Course Unit

First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)

Course Coordinator

GÜLECE BILEN

Offered to

Computer Technology and Programming
Automotive Technology
Local Administrations
Ceramics
Graphic
Piano
Theology
Public Finance
Public Administration
Industrial Engineering
Radioterapy
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
Stone and Metal Processing
SURVEYING AND CADASTRE
Office Management and Executive Assistantship
Mathematics
HEALTH INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT
Piano Repairing and Constuction (PCR)
Mathematics (Evening)
Ballet
Telecommunication Technology
Machinery
ACCOUNTING AND TAX APPLICATIONS
Marina Management
Logistics Programme
History
Coaching Education
Psychology
Tuba
Accounting
Machinery
Harp
Statistics
Economics
Geological Engineering
City and Regional Planning
Architecture
Ambulance and Emergency Care Technician
Plumbing
Business Administration
Drilling
Mechanical Drawing and Construction
TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Chemistry
Composition
Cello
Viola
Textile and Fashion Design Department
Telecommunication Technology
Computer Science
Chemistry (Evening)
Philosophy
Required Course Office
Coaching Education
Occupational Health and Safety
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Comparative Literature
Psychology (Turkish)
Machinery
Printing
Furniture and Decoration
Painting
Chemistry
Industrial Engineering
Geophysical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Marble
Nursing
Accounting
Marketing
Industrial Ceramics
Photography
Ancient Turkish Calligraphy
Percussion Instruments
Business Administration
Mining Engineering
Sound Editing and Cinematography
Trombone
Gemmological and Jewelry
Fashion Clothing Design
Agricultural Management
Gastronomy and Culinary Arts
Program of Tourismand Hotel Manegement
Sociology
Biology
HEALTH INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT
Mathematics and Computer Science
Interior Architecture and Environmental Design
Computer Technology and Programming
Computer Technology and Programming
Stage Design
Restorations of Ancient Tile
Carpet-Rugs and Old Fabric Patterns
Musicology
Economics
Public Finance
Industrial Electronics
Biomedical Equipment Technology
Computer Programming
TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
Industrial Automation
Furniture and Decoration
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Laboratory Techniques
Design
Biomedical Equipment Technology
Clarinet
Film Design and Screenwriting
Carpet - Rugs and Old Fabric Patterns
Accessory Design
Textile Design
ACCOUNTING AND TAX APPLICATIONS
Medical Laboratory Techniques
Natural Building Stones Technology
GEOTECHNICS
Archeology
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
Tourism Management
Oral and Dental Clinical

Industrial Electronics
Cinema and Television
Play Writing - Dramaturgy
Performance Arts
Textile
Contrabass
Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Anesthesia
Industrial Electronics
Computer Technology and Programming
Child Development
LOCAL ADMINISTRATIONS
Industrial Electronics
Mechatronics
Opera
Physics(Evening)
Construction Technology
Chemistry Technology
Gemmology and Jewelery Design
Agricultural Management
Medical Imaging Techniques
Drilling Technology
BUREAU MANAGEMENT AND EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTSHIP
Translation and Interpreting
Construction Technology
Graphic Design
Plumbing Technology
Program Of Civil Aviation Management
Department of Translation and Interpreting Studies (English)
Foundry
Gastronomy And Culinary Arts
Mechanical Drawing and Construction
Guitar
Physics
Linguistics
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Tourism Management
Econometrics
Public Administration
Econometrics
Architecture
TECHNICIAN GEOTECHNICAL
Medical Documentation and Secretariat
Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
Computer Programming
Machinery
Electronic Communacitions
Mechanical Engineering
Electrics
Flute
Horn
Gemmological and Jewelry
Audiometry
Film Design and Directing
Translation and Interpreting(Turkish-German-English)
Gemmology and Jewelery Design
AIR - CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY
Nuclear Medicine Techniques
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (UOLP-SUNY ALBANY)
Veterinary Medicine
Sculpture
Violin
American Culture and Literature
Theology
International Relations
Labour Economics and Industrial Relations
Environmental Engineering
Geological Engineering
Civil Engineering
Mining Engineering
Civil Construction
Machinery
Foundry
Chemistry
Accounting
History
SURVEYING AND CADASTRE
Music Technology
Oboe
Bassoon
Mechatronics
Animation Film Design and Directing
Restorations of Ancient Tile
Ceramic and Glass Design
ELECTRICAL
Electronics Technology
Electronics Technology
Tourism and Hotel Management
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
BUREAU MANAGEMENT AND EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTSHIP
First And Emergency Aid
Sociology
Management Information Systems
Tourism and Hotel Management
International Trade
Visual Communication Design
Accounting
Industrial Electronics
Machinery
Archeology
Labour Economics and Industrial Relations
Economics
Textile Engineering
Radiology
ELECTRICAL
Local Administrations
Marketing
Textile
LOCAL ADMINISTRATIONS
Computer Technology and Programming
Child Development
Electronic Communications
Trumpet
Statistics(Evening)
Ancient Turkish Calligraphy
International Business and Trade
AIR - CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY
Chemistry Technology
Textile Technology
PLUMBING TECHNOLOGY
Industrial Glass and Ceramics
Tourism and Hotel Management
Illustration and Printmaking
Museology
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (UOLP-SUNY ALBANY)
ECONOMICS (UOLP-SUNY ALBANY)

Course Objective

The objective of Turkish Language Course is to enable the comprehension of the structural and operational features of Turkish; and to enable the acquisition of the proper and fine use of the language which is a means of written and spoken expression.

Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit

1   Comprehending the bond between language and culture.
2   Explaining the historical eras of Turkish Language.
3   Using Turkish as a written and spoken tool with fluency and efficiency.
4   Explaining the structural and operational features of Turkish Language.
5   Developing a more sensitive and conscious point a view towards his/her language.

Mode of Delivery

Face -to- Face

Prerequisites and Co-requisites

None

Recomended Optional Programme Components

None

Course Contents

Week Subject Description
1 Constructive suffixes in Turkish Language.
2 The implementation of constructive suffixes in Turkish.
3 Inflectional suffixes in Turkish Language.
4 The implementation of Inflectional suffixes in Turkish.
5 Word types.
6 Word groups and compounds.
7 The practices of word groups and compounds.
8 Mid-term exam.
9 Sentence information.
10 Sentence analysis. Sentence analysis.
11 Reading and analysis of the selected works from the world of literature and thought.
12 Reading and analysis of the selected works from the world of literature and thought.
13 Speech and sentence errors and corrections.
14 General evaluation of term topics.
15 General evaluation of term topics.
16 Final exam.

Recomended or Required Reading

Textbook(s):
Turkish Language and Essay writing for Higher Education.
Supplementary Book(s):
Turkish Language for the Universities, Muharrem Ergin.
Turkish Languisties, Sezai Güneş.
Language in all Aspects, Doğan Aksan

Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Lecture, question-answer, discussion.

Assessment Methods

SORTING NUMBER SHORT CODE LONG CODE FORMULA
1 MTE MIDTERM EXAM
2 FIN FINAL EXAM
3 FCG FINAL COURSE GRADE MTE * 0.40 + FIN * 0.60
4 RST RESIT
5 FCG FINAL COURSE GRADE MTE * 0.40 +RST * 0.60


*** Resit Exam is Not Administered in Institutions Where Resit is not Applicable.

Further Notes About Assessment Methods

None

Assessment Criteria

The information provided through the theoretical lecture notes and implement will be evaluated with mid-term and final exams.

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Course Policies and Rules

70% attendance to courses are required.

Contact Details for the Lecturer(s)

To be announced.

Office Hours

To be announced.

Work Placement(s)

None

Workload Calculation

Activities Number Time (hours) Total Work Load (hours)
Lectures 14 2 28
Tutorials 0
Preparation before/after weekly lectures 8 1 8
Preparation for Mid-term Exam 1 5 5
Preparation for Final Exam 1 5 5
Final 1 2 2
Mid-term 1 2 2
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours) 50

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

PO/LOPO.1PO.2PO.3PO.4PO.5PO.6PO.7PO.8PO.9PO.10PO.11PO.12PO.13PO.14
LO.11
LO.21
LO.311111
LO.41
LO.51