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Ankara

  1. 1. 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 Res. Assist. Dürdane Polat Ankara University Faculty of Educational Sciences Curriculum and Instruction Department Turkey
  2. 2. Turkish Partner School of Comenius School Project Mamak Anatolian High School polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 2 / 24
  3. 3. Mamak Anatolian High School polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 3 / 24
  4. 4. Mamak Anatolian High School  total 637 students (309 female, 328 male )  40 teachers (22 female, 18 male)  Age of the Students: 15 -19 polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 4 / 24
  5. 5. LESSONS  History  Turkish  Physical Education  Mathematics  Philosophy  Physics  Astronomy  Chemistry  Religion  Biology  English  German  Geography polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 5 / 24
  6. 6. Mamak Anatolian High School Address: Mamak Anadolu Lisesi Aşık Veysel M. Bağlarbaşı C. 115. S. 06620 Abidinpaşa- Ankara/TURKEY Web: www.mamakanadolu.lisesi.com polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 6 / 24
  7. 7. Potential Subjects (Titles) Teachers in Mamak Anatolian High School who will participate in Comenius Schoo Project determined 3 potential topic. 3. Timeline (History of Ankara) 4. Opening of TGNA (Turkish Grand National Assembly) 5. Roman Period polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 7 / 24
  8. 8. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 8 / 24
  9. 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. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 9 / 24
  10. 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. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 10 / 24
  11. 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 polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 11 / 24
  12. 12. The history of Ankara can be traced back to the 2nd millennium BC. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 12 / 24
  13. 13. 1. Timeline (History of the Republic of Turkey Ankara) Seljuks Ottomans Romans Byzantines Macedonians Galatians Lydians Persians Hittites Phrygians 1200 BC 10th century BC Bronze Age May Hatti civilization polat@education.ankara.edu.tr 1, 2007 13 / 24 2nd millennium BC
  14. 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, polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 14 / 24
  15. 15. 1. Timeline Objectives :  To demonstrate the ability of role playing,  To develop the ability of role playing. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 15 / 24
  16. 16. Expected Outcomes:  Timeline (Presentation of the history of Ankara considering chronological order)  Costumes  Musics  VCD or DVD  Photos polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 16 / 24
  17. 17. The Turkish Grand National Assembly (TGNA) the unicameral parliament of Turkey which is the sole body given the legislative prerogatives by the Turkish Constitution. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 18 / 24
  18. 18. 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. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 19 / 24
  19. 19. 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. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 20 / 24
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  21. 21. 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. polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 22 / 24
  22. 22. Attractions related to Roman Period in Ankara  Augustus Temple  Roman Bath  Roman Street (It was discpvered during the excavations in 1995/96)  Ethnography Museum  Anatolian Civilizations Museum polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 23 / 24
  23. 23. References  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 polat@education.ankara.edu.tr May 1, 2007 24 / 24
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