Teaching turkish as a foreign language

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Teaching turkish as a foreign language

  1. 1. LEARNING TURKISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  2. 2.  Turkish is a member of the Altaic-languages family, which includes Mongolian, Korean and Manchu-Tungus, spoken in Siberia and Manchuria. Turkish and other languages in this family add various suffixes to the end of words in order to create new words or to use a word in a sentence. So an idea that needs many words to be expressed in other languages can be expressed in Turkish by just one word. For example, the English sentence "You will be able to come" is expressed by the single word "Gelebileceksin" in Turkish.
  3. 3.  The aim is to enable the students to achieve the four basic language skills, which are listening , reading, speaking and writting, without neglecting the grammar.  The students are able to learn the six basic skills of language, grammar, reading, listening, dictation, writing and speaking.
  4. 4.  There are levels in Turkish teaching. 1) Elementary Turkish A1 2) Elementary Turkish A2 3) Intermediate Turkish B1 4) Intermediate Turkish B2 5) Upper-Intermediate Turkish C1 6) Upper-Intermediate Turkish C2  The students who are successful in the exam at the end of the levels gain the right to continue to the next level. The students who complete Elementary, Intermediate and Upper- Intermediate levels achieve certificates approved by the Ministry of National Education.
  5. 5.  ELEMENTARY TURKISH A1 The student who completes this stage learns the three basic tenses (past tense, present continuous and future) and the student is able to use them adequately. Also the student can converse in everyday conversations easily and can ask and answer simple questions.
  6. 6.  ELEMENTARY TURKISH A2 At the end of this level, the students can converse fluently in everyday conversations. They are able to use some complex phrases and ask and answer some complex questions.
  7. 7.  INTERMEDIATE TURKISH B1 After this stage, the students are very fluent in everyday conversation. In addition, they are able to converse and write about more complex topics, and they are able to read newspapers with the aid of a dictionary.
  8. 8.  INTERMEDIATE TURKISH B2 The students who complete this level learn many complex phrases and they begin to use them in their conversation. During the lessons at this stage, short newspaper articles are examined. The students are able to discuss and talk about difficult topics.
  9. 9.  UPPER-INTERMEDIATE TURKISH C1 At this stage our students learn all the other tenses, and they start using them all. Presentations are introduced into the classroom, and each student presents a topic at least once, that they have prepared at home. Also at this level, some newspaper and magazine articles, which are more complex, are examined during the lessons. The topics in these articles are discussed in the classroom. After this level is completed, the speech of the student improves and becomes extremely fluent.
  10. 10.  UPPER-INTERMEDIATE TURKISH C2 The students who complete this level are able to speak extremely fluently about any topic. Also they are able to write their opinions and ideas on any subject using the correct rules of writing. At this level, some short stories are also studied in addition to newspaper and magazine articles. The students who are successful in the exam at the end of this level, receive diplomas approved by the Ministry of National Education.
  11. 11. More About Turkish Courses http://www.dilmer.com/ http://www.turkceatolyesi.com/en

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