• Türkçe
  • English
Course Code: 
EDEN 420
Course Type: 
Area Elective
Course Language: 
Course Objectives: 
The purpose of this course is to help students obtain translation skills in English to Turkish and Turkish to English. The course focuses on translation studies including a variety of texts; the relation of linguistic structure, function and context; awareness of structural and functional similarities and differences between Turkish and English; different properties of different text types; approaches to translation studies.
Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Discussion, 3: Simulation, 4: Demonstration, 5: Problem solving, 6: Group work, 7: Drama, 8: Micro teaching
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Exam, B: Multiple choice, C: Gap filling, D: True false, E: Oral exam, F: Portfolio

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Course Learning Outcomes

No Program Learning Outcomes Contribution
1 2 3 4 5
1 To have a command of the concepts about education and the structure and operation of the Turkish education system.          
2 To benefit from the developmental and learning psychology approaches in providing educational development and in knowing the basic domains of educational sciences.          
3 To be able to evaluate and implement the scientific methods in the field of English language education and teaching.          
4 To be able to select, evaluate and implement the efficiency of ready-made course materials according to students’ age, language and proficiency level, interests, and learning characteristics.          
5 To be able to use information and communication technologies efficiently in English education and teaching.          
6 To recognize the literary texts such as short story, poem, and novel in English and to be able to use them in teaching language skills.          
7 To understand the properties and structure of human language and to be able to use them in language teaching.          
8 To be able to develop original materials in order to enhance language skills.          
9 To be aware of language learning properties of different age groups and to be able to use language teaching methods in line with these properties.          
10 To know and to apply the basic theories, principles and methods about teaching English as a foreign language.          
11 To be able to use English at the levels of reaching information, sharing it orally and written form and in production.          
12 To grasp and to apply the social, cultural and societal responsibilities.          
13 To prepare a lesson plan taking the students’ needs, language proficiencies, age, intelligence types and learning styles into account and by using the proper instructional technology.          
14 To be able to organize and apply activities aimed at enabling students to use English grammar and vocabulary effectively.          
15 To be able to organize and apply activities that will develop the students’ reading, speaking, writing and listening skills in English.          
16 To be able to evaluate measurement and evaluation tools and English instruction methods in terms of usefulness, validity and reliability.          


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