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  • 1.
    • Res. Assist. Dürdane Polat
    • Ankara University Faculty of Educational Sciences
    • Curriculum and Instruction Department
      • Turkey
    SOCRATES-COMENIUS PROJECT, ACTION 2.1. «THE HISTORICAL RECREATION AS A PEDAGOGICAL PROJECT – from training to action» Reference: 128770-CP-1-2006-1-PT-COMENIUS-C21 PROPOSAL OF SCHOOL PROJECT
  • 2. Turkish Partner School of Comenius School Project Mamak Anatolian High School
  • 3. Mamak Anatolian High School
  • 4.
    • total 637 students
    • (309 female,
    • 328 male )
    • 40 teachers
    • (22 female,
    • 18 male)
    • Age of the Students: 15 -19
    Mamak Anatolian High School
  • 5. LESSONS
    • Turkish
    • Mathematics
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology
    • English
    • German
    • Geography
    • History
    • Physical Education
    • Philosophy
    • Astronomy
    • Religion
  • 6.
    • Address:
    • Mamak Anadolu Lisesi
    • Aşık Veysel M.
    • Bağlarbaşı C.
    • 115. S.
    • 06620 Abidinpaşa- Ankara/TURKEY
    • Web: www.mamakanadolu.lisesi.com
    Mamak Anatolian High School
  • 7. Potential Subjects (Titles)
    • Teachers in Mamak Anatolian High School who will participate in Comenius Schoo Project determined 3 potential topic.
    • Timeline (History of Ankara)
    • Opening of TGNA ( Turkish Grand National Assembly )
    • Roman Period
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • Museum education method can be used prior to beginning of timeline activity.
    • What is Museum Education Method?
    • It can be defined as providing continuous instruction to all groups of the society by taking into consideration museums and also via museums.
    • Generally, museum education includes the effective use of museums as many sided learning depending on experiences and living environments in basic education and lifelong education process.
  • 10.
    • Via Museum Education;
    • Students can acquire comprehension on production of innovative and authentic ideas by establishing relation with the works in the collection and materials in the museum with their own.
    • They show respect both their cultures and other cultures and also they can accept them more foresightedly.
    • They can use their cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain skills and express themselves more easily within groups.
  • 11.
    • There are many museums in Ankara. For instance;
    • Anatolian Civilizations Museum
    • Anıtkabir Museum
    • Augustus Temple
    • Painting and Sculpture Museum
    • Atatürkevi Museum
    • Republic Museum
    • Railway Museum
    • Government Painting and Sculpture Museum
    • Turkish War of Independence Museum
    • Roman Bath
    • Atatürk Culture Centre Republic Museum
    • Ethnography Museum
    • GDOMRAE Nature History Museum
    • METU Museum
  • 12.
    • The history of Ankara can be traced back to the 2nd millennium BC .
  • 13. 1. Timeline (History of Ankara) Bronze Age Hatti civilization 2nd millennium BC Hittites 1200 BC Phrygians 10th century BC Lydians Persians Macedonians Galatians Romans Byzantines Seljuks Ottomans the Republic of Turkey
  • 14. 1. Timeline
    • Objectives:
    • To tell the history of Ankara considering chronological order,
    • To tell the most significant historical events in each period in the history of Ankara,
    • To prepare costumes appropriate for historical periods,
    • To recreate historical periods in a realistic manner,
    • To select appropriate musics,
  • 15. 1. Timeline
    • Objectives :
    • To demonstrate the ability of role playing,
    • To develop the ability of role playing.
  • 16.
    • Expected Outcomes:
    • Timeline (Presentation of the history of Ankara considering chronological order)
    • Costumes
    • Musics
    • VCD or DVD
    • Photos
  • 17. 2. Opening of Turkish Grand National Assembly
  • 18.
    • The Turkish Grand National Assembly (TGNA)
    • the unicameral parliament of Turkey which is the sole body given the legislative prerogatives by the Turkish Constitution.
    Brief History
  • 19.
    • It was founded in Ankara on 23 April 1920 in the midst of the Turkish War of Independence with the aim of establishing a republic and overthrowing the Ottoman Sultan and his government in Istanbul.
  • 20.
    • Foundations of the Turkish Republic were laid down in this historic building.
    • The first Parliament House witnessed many debates and national resolutions as the conducting centre of the National Liberation War.
    • This house exhibits now memories of the early years as the Museum of the Liberation War.
  • 21.  
  • 22.
    • Ancyra's importance rested on the fact was that it was the junction point where the roads in northern Anatolia running north-south and east-west intersected. The great imperial road running east passed through Ankara and a succession of emperors and their armies came this way.
    • The city was conquered by Augustus in 25 BC and passed under the control of the Roman Empire.
    • There are many attractions related to Roman period in Ankara.
  • 23.
    • Augustus Temple
    • Roman Bath
    • Roman Street (It was discpvered during the excavations in 1995/96)
    • Ethnography Museum
    • Anatolian Civilizations Museum
    Attractions related to Roman Period in Ankara
  • 24. Re ferences
    • http://www.tbmm.gov.tr
    • http://www.ankara.gov.tr
    • http://www.kultur.gov.tr
    • http://wowturkey.com
    • http://www.discoverturkey.com
    • http://en.wikipedia.org
  • 25.