Greetings in Turkish

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  • 1. Hi! = Merhaba! Learning Turkish Greetings By Ayse Demir
  • 2. Foreign Language
    • Grade Level :Upper elementary and middle school
    • Subject : Foreign Language / Cultural Awareness
    • Greetings in Turkish language
    • Duration : 2 lessons long
  • 3. Objective
    • Use different Web20Tools to teach students new Turkish vocabulary by incorporating visual, reading, cognitive, technology and cognitive skills.
    • Students develop general knowledge about location, cultural background, ancient culture of the country and current development.
  • 4. Objective
    • The linguistic and communication objectives of this lesson is to teach students the proper salutations used in Turkey by incorporating not only a simple greeting but the cultural aspects of when certain greetings are appropriate.
    • Students will be able to read the greeting sentences.
    • Students will be able to listen and communicate with the other students and answer their greetings.
  • 5. Lessons
    • Before – Will teach salutations, greetings, and typical conversation beginners.
    • Enforcer – Watch some video for conversations and play online games for guessing vocabulary.
    • Follow-Up and Tutor Exercises –Website along with take-home quizzes and games that are available to print out from the websites.
  • 6. Tools
    • Quia: for educational games, class websites, quizzes, surveys
    • QuickToons for creating basic conversations
    • Bubble.us for creating new projects
    • VoiceThread for writing and speaking skills
    • Google Docs for documentations
    • Classtools.net for flash games
  • 7. Procedure
    • Divide students into groups of four.
    • Give students a clear goal why they need to explore Turkish world before and while learning Turkish.
    • Ask students to find Turkish speaking countries on the world map.
    • Ask each team to create greeting sentence until each individual goes through all sentences.
    • Ask for each group create a comic script, video, podcast or a voice thread for their work.
  • 8. Standards
    • Standard 1:
      • Communication Skills: Students will be able to use a language other than English for communication.
    • Standard 2:
      • Cultural Understanding: Students will develop cross-cultural skills and understandings.
      • NYS Standards
  • 9. ISTE Standards
    • Basic Operations and Concepts
      • Students demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature and operation of technology systems.
    • Social, Ethical, and Human Issues
      • Students understand the ethical, cultural, and societal issues related to technology.
      • Students practice responsible use of technology systems, information, and software.
    • Technology Productivity Tools
      • Students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity.
      • Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhance models, prepare publications, and produce other creative works.
  • 10. ISTE Standards
    • Technology Communications Tools
      • Students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information from a variety of sources.
    • Technology Research Tools
      • Students use technology to locate, evaluate, and collect information from a variety of sources.
      • Students evaluate and select new information resources and technological innovations based on the appropriateness for specific tasks.
    • Technology Problem-solving and Decision-making Tools
      • Students use technology resources for solving problems and making informed decisions.
      • Students employ technology in the development of strategies for solving problems in the real world.
  • 11. Higher Order Thinking Skills
    • Knowledge: Recall data or information
    • Comprehension: Understand the meaning , translation of instructions and problems.
    • Application: Applies what was learned in the classroom into novel situations in the work place.
    • Analysis: Gathers information from a department and selects the required tasks for training.
    • Synthesis: Put parts together to form a whole, with emphasis on creating a new meaning or structure.
    • Evaluating: Make judgments about the value of ideas or materials.
  • 12. Performance Indicators
    • Understand how to use and utilize the computer and the web for language learning and practicing
    • Students will verify Turkish-speaking countries from world map.
    • Students will use Internet to gather information and create their own greeting project.
  • 13. Teacher Preparation
    • Teachers must adhere to the following checklist:
      • Book the computer lab
      • Make sure there are enough computers for every team
      • All links are working
      • Remind guidelines to use digital camera
      • Copy handouts
      • Create a rubric
  • 14. Technologies Used
    • Teacher:
    • Smart Board
    • Computer
    • Projector
    • Digital Camera
  • 15. Technologies Used
    • Students:
    • Computer
    • Digital camera
    • GarageBand
    • iMovie
    • iTunes
    • iPhoto
    • Audacity
  • 16. Rubric : Greetings in Turkish
  • 17. Resources
    • Next Vista online library of free videos for learners
    • Audacity open source software for recording and editing sounds.
    • Irfanview freeware graphic viewer for language support
    • 21st Century Learning http://homepage. mac . com/worley/iMovie/index .html
    • Google for Educators http://www. google .com/educators/index.html
    • QlipBoard for screen capture, highlighting, and voice recording.
    • Discovery Education http://school.discoveryeducation.com/teachingtools/worksheetgenerator/
    • Dositey for fun games, exciting exercises, involving interactive lessons to boost a child's success in school http://www.dositey.com/
  • 18. Resources
    • Turkish Greetings Phrases with Video turkish greetings phrases
    • Turkish Culture http://www.geocities. com/resats/culture .html
    • Most common Turkish greetings LanguageGuide
    • Online Turkish Phrase Book http://www. onlineturkish .com/greetings.asp
    • Greetings in Turkish Languages http://www. umich . edu/~turkish/links/turkic_greetings .html
    • Learn and Speak Turkish with Video http: //marmaris .org/Marmaris_blog/blogs/common_turkish_phrases/archive/tags/Turkish+Phrases/default. aspx
  • 19. Reflection
    • Lesson incorporates a variety of activities and learning techniques so that it will appeal different types of learners.
    • Students work in teams to learn greeting conversations.
    • Students are able to use internet to research whenever they need.
    • Students use technology as a tool for creating their own projects.
    • The Web20Tools are to be used as a tutor at home and in computer lab so that the students can practice on their own.
  • 20. Benefits
    • Students are able to learn the pronunciation in Turkish Language while watching videos.
    • Students are able to work at their own pace to learn new vocabulary and enforce the old ones.
    • Students learn to work as a team.
    • Students can play games for fun and take online quizzes.
    • Students are able to use the computer not only as a learning tool but a tutor.