|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Turkish Language I *||UTD 101||1||2||2||2|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites||Yok|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Prof.Dr. Engin ÇETİN|
To understand the richness of Turkish language, to use correct language in written and spoken environments, the relationship between language and culture to teach the importance of understanding the language, understand the rules that should be considered in correspondence.
What is language The significance of the nation as a social institution. Turkish language among world languages and the history and phases of Turkish language. Turkish sounds and classification of audio features and sound knowledge of Turkish language and related rules. Turkish affixes and their applications, general information about the composition and application of a composition. Petition and resume writing. Spelling and punctuation.
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Having knowledge on mining combination of their theoretical and practical knowledge on applications.
Understand the principles and methods of work safety
Identifies problems in the field of mining with the help of the scientific data, gains modeling and solution skills
Explains and uses the basic measurement techniques in mining areas.
Explain technological methods used in discovery, extraction and processing of mines.
Actively uses current techniques and tools in basic mining areas in laboratory lessons.
|1||Definition of language, its importance for the individual and society||Lecture notes|
|2||Relationship between language and culture||Lecture notes|
|3||Types of languages||Lecture notes|
|4||The birth of languages and world languages||Lecture notes|
|5||Stages of development and history of Turkish||Lecture notes|
|6||Turkish in Turkey||Lecture notes|
|9||Sound Events||Lecture notes|
|10||Sound Events||Lecture notes|
|11||Spelling Rules||Lecture notes|
|12||Spelling Rules||Lecture notes|
|14||Types of written forms||Lecture notes|
|15||Correspondence Applications and reviews||Lecture notes|
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