NEW English Language Teaching (Undergraduate) - Effective: Fall 2018

The Department of Foreign Language Education offers a B.A. program in English Language Teaching. Taking into consideration the latest developments in the field, students are provided with a solid foundation in the English language, English literature, methodology, educational sciences and linguistics in order to make them fully qualified teachers of English in primary, secondary and tertiary educational institutions.

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Undergraduate Curriculum

FIRST YEAR

First Semester

Second Semester

4540115

Introduction to Education

(2-0)2

 

4540125

Educational Psychology

(2-0)2

4540240

Educational Sociology

(2-0)2

 

4540255

Educational Philosophy

(2-0)2

2402201

Principles of Kemal Atatürk I

NC

 

2402202

Principles of Kemal Atatürk II

NC

6420109

Language and Expression I

(3-0)3

 

6420110

Language and Expression II

(3-0)3

4500151

Academic Reading Skills I

(2-0)2

 

4500152

Academic Reading Skills II

(2-0)2

6390101

English for Academic Purposes I

(4-0)4

 

6390102

English for Academic Purposes II

(4-0)4

4500153

Academic Listening Skills and Pronunciation I

(2-0)2

 

4500154

Academic Listening Skills and Pronunciation II

(2-0)2

4500101

English Grammar I

(2-0)2

 

4500149

Advanced English Grammar

(2-0)2

4500105

Spoken English I

(2-0)2

 

4500102

English Grammar II

(2-0)2

4300105

Information Technology in Education

(3-0)3

 

4500106

Spoken English II

(2-0)2

SECOND YEAR

Third Semester

 

Fourth Semester

4540266

Instructional Technologies

(2-0)2

 

4540213

History of Turkish Education

(2-0)2

4540212

Instructional Principles and Methods 

(2-0)2

 

4540214

Research Methods in Education

(2-0)2

4500219

Approaches to English Language Teaching and Learning

(2-0)2

 

4500260

English Language Teaching Curricula

(2-0)2

4500269

Survey of English Literature I

(2-0)2

 

4500278

Survey of English Literature II

(2-0)2

4500290

Foundations in Linguistics I

(2-0)2

 

4500296

Foundations in Linguistics II

(2-0)2

4500251

Critical Reading and Writing

(2-0)2

 

4500299

Language Development

(2-0)2

Educational Elective*

(2-0)2

 

Educational Elective*

(2-0)2

Free Elective 

(3-0)3

 

Free Elective 

(2-0)2

Elective**

(2-0)2

 

Elective**

(2-0)2

THIRD YEAR

Fifth Semester

 

Sixth Semester

4540302

Classroom Management

(2-0)2

 

4540308

Measurement and Evaluation in Education

(2-0)2

4540305

Morals and Ethics in Education

(2-0)2

 

4540307

Turkish Education System and School Management 

(2-0)2

4500381

Teaching English to Young Learners I

(3-0)3

 

4500382

Teaching English to Young Learners II

(3-0)3

4500331

English Language Teaching I

(3-0)3

 

4500332

English Language Teaching I

(3-0)3

4500341

Teaching Language and Literature I

(2-0)2

 

4500342

Teaching Language and Literature I

(2-0)2

Educational Elective*

(2-0)2

 

Educational Elective*

(2-0)2

Free Elective 

(2-0)2

 

Free Elective 

(3-0)3

Elective**

(2-0)2

 

Elective**

(2-0)2

FOURTH YEAR

Seventh Semester

 

Eighth Semester

4500431

English Language Teaching Practicum I

(2-6)5

 

4500432

English Language Teaching Practicum II

(2-6)5

4540426

Special Education and Mainstreaming

(2-0)2

 

4540422

Guidance in Schools

(2-0)2

4500352

Community Service

(1-2)2

 

4500482

Assessment in ELT

(3-0)3

4500481

Course Development and Materials Design in ELT

(3-0)3

Educational Elective*

(2-0)2

4500423

Translation

(3-0)3

 

Elective**

(2-0)2

Educational Elective*

(2-0)2

 

Elective**

(2-0)2

 

Free elective: for example; ENG 211, ENG 311 and any other elective course offered by other departments (except EDS)

Educational Elective* One of the following courses: EDS 211, EDS 216,  EDS 309,  EDS 311,  EDS 312,  EDS 315, EDS 322, EDS 336, EDS 339

Elective** One of the following courses: FLE 430, FLE 440, FLE 460, FLE 465, FLE 470, FLE 480, FLE 485, FLE 490