COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Oral Expression II TEB   108 2 2 2 3

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Asst.Prof.Dr. Nigar OTURAKÇI ORBAY
Instructors
Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiNİGAR OTURAKÇI ORBAY1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
Beautiful and effective speaking skills and habits, to give the main language awareness
Content
The basic features of oral language and verbal communication. Oral expression; basic features (natural language and body language); basic principles of a good speech, a good speaker (stress, intonation, pause, diction, etc.).. Impromptu and prepared speech, prepared speech (selecting a topic, purpose, point of view, the main and supporting ideas, planning, writing the text presentation of the speech). Types of speech: (dialog, conversation, introducing yourself, answering questions, christmas, birthday, holiday celebration and an important event, etc., giving directions, talking on the phone, asking for a job, someone / interview, radio and television speeches, different cultures, arts programs as a speaker, etc.). Giving impromptu speech on various subjects, studies on samples of speech and oral applications, correcting errors in speech

Learning Outcomes
1) Students will have skills in testing and evaluating different types of oral expression.
2) Students will be familiar with scientific research techniques and be able to apply them.
3) Students will be able to learn the importance of plan in oral expression.
4) Students will be familiar withthe oral communication techniques and be able to apply them.
5) Students will be familiar with the types of oral expression and can compose new texts.
6) Students will understand the differences between written and oral expression.
7) Students will have skills in speaking Turkish Language accurately.
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Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
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1
They can explain the concepts and principles of Turkish sound, shape, sentence, text information and historical and contemporary Turkish dialects.
X
2
They can exlain the concepts and principles of basic language skills (reading, listening, speaking and writing) and grammar.
X
3
They can evaluate the periods of Turkish literature and the important people, events and the phenomena.
X
4
They can evaluate the developmental stages and their roles in the learning processes of primary 5-8 grade students.
X
5
They can use Turkish teaching program and the specific teaching strategies, methods and techniques to teach the program to Grades 5-8.
X
6
They can criticise and/or explain the characteristics of philosophical, literary and other works of art.
X
7
They can use the appropriate methods and techniques to help the students improve their higher thinking skills such as critical thinking, creative thinking and problem solving.
X
8
They can use the appropriate techniques and methods to help the students improve their reading, listening, speaking, smooth and aesthetic writing skills.
X
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They can develop appropriate learning materials and use the information and communication technologies in this process effectively.
X
10
They can monitor the students´ learning processes while using the traditional methods and techniques of measurement besides the alternative measurement and evaluation methods and techniques.
X
11
They can take individual and group responsibility to solve the problems encountered related to classroom management.
X
12
They can assess their performance objectively and make up for the deficiencies in accordance with the judgments made if they have any.
X
13
They can acquire self-learning ability.
X
14
They can communicate effectively with students, teachers, friends, school management and parents.
X
15
They can improve themselves about the cultural and social aspects.
X
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They have the knowledge and skills required by the field of study.
X
17
They can apply the basic principles and general objectives of education.
X

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Importance of reading Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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Drilland Practice
2 Critical thinking, critical reading, critical listening, effective listening Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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3 Techniques for taking notes Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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4 Incoherency Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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5 Language and culture, variation in language, function of language Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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6 basic concepts for expression, expression types Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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7 Text production Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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8 Mid-term exam
9 Text production Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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10 Discussion practice Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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11 Discussion practice Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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12 Discussion practice Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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13 Conversation practice Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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14 Conversation practice Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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15 Assessment Students read the course material to be processed Lecture
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16-17 Final exam

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
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