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EDUCATION AIMS

1. Turkish programme students acquire the minimum level of English that will help them.

2. By means of the elective courses, art students become competent in the English language that will help them jobs after they graduate.


PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

1. Competence in the English language at A2 level according to the CEFR

2. Acquiring basic professional jargon 

3. By means of the elective courses for art students, acquiring the skills necessary to give presentations on works of art 
4. By means of the elective courses for art students, acquiring the necessary English foundation for written and oral reviews on works of art


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ING

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

ING101T       

Genel İngilizce I                                                           

(3+0+0) 3

Developing students' reading/listening comprehension; written/spoken abilities towards 'Basic User' level defined as A1 level by the Common European Framework Criteria (CEF)

A balance of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and skills teaching is given through information- rich topics and texts. The tasks are designed to help students to feel a sense of progress while the number of situations they can communicate effectively increase. 

The course provides students an opportunity to directly apply the skills they are learning and get immediate feedback to measure their progress.
All assessment materials are scaled to increase the level of difficulty as the course progresses. The course objectives are assessed through assignments, quizzes, and a final exam.

Şile Campus Supervisor: Sevim Gökçe Akıntürk Erkaya

Maslak Campus Supervisor: Nihan Markoç Özaydın

ING 102T                               

Genel İngilizce II                                                             

(3+0+0) 3

Prerequisite: ING 101-T

                                                                                          

Developing students' four basic language skills towards 'Basic User 'level; defined as A2 level by the Common European Framework Criteria (CEF)

 A balance of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and skills teaching is given through information- rich topics and texts. The tasks are designed to help students to feel a sense of progress while the number of situations they can communicate effectively increase.

All assessment materials are scaled to increase the level of difficulty as the course progresses. The course objectives are assessed through assignments, quizzes, and a final exam.