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Elective Foreign Languages Programme (FLP)

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EDUCATION AIMS

1. To add value to their professional life, faculty students acquire the basic language knowledge and skills in a foreign language other than English.


PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

1. Basic competence in the elected foreign language at A2 level according to the CEFR

2. Comprehending basic texts about daily life and about one's own interest / knowledge, as well as having conversations and writing short texts about these topics


At Isık University the majority of academic programmes are conducted in English. Besides English, the University offers its students the opportunity to acquire a second language as Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian, Japanese and Chinese. 

The primary purpose of the School of Foreign Languages (SFL) is to develop and strengthen the academic English language skills for the students who will study in an EMI programme at the University. The students have opportunity to learn another language after English. An additional language provides students with Basic-User level (A1.1-A1.2) in target language. The intent of the FL Programme is to teach basic level of the foreign language to Isik University undergraduate students who study at the Şile campus. All courses are considered as electives and they can be taken two semesters: fall/spring; but Spanish, Italian and French courses are also offered in summer semester. 

The second foreign languages are only available in elementary level (A1), divided into 101 and 102 courses; it means if the students intend to reach the level A1 they must study both courses together: 101 & 102.  The sections are composed of 4 hour classes a week, total 56 hours for the entire semester. This consists of 4x 50 minutes lesson periods, generally separated over two days. The FLP is designed to help students develop the basic (A1.1/A1.2) foreign language skills. All skills are practiced in class throughout the semester. The FLP course curriculum, syllabi, materials and assessments are designed by the FLP instructors and specifically designed to meet the needs of students.  All aspects of courses are reviewed and revised each semester by the FLP Coordinator. 



SEÇMELİ YABANCI DİLLER PROGRAMI HAKKINDA SIKÇA SORULAN SORULAR
FRE 101 Elementary French I                                                                            (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel Fransızca I )

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the French culture.

FRE 102 Elementary French II                                                                           (4+0+0) 3 
( Temel Fransızca II )

The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple French to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of French society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities

GER 101 Elementary German I                                                                          (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel Almanca I )

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the German, Austria and Switzerland culture.

GER 102 Elementary German II                                                                          (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel Almanca II )

The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple German to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of German, Austria and Switzerland society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities.

RUS 101 Elementary Russian I                                                                          (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel Rusça I)

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the Russian culture.

RUS 102 Elementary Russian II                                                                        (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel Rusça II)
The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple Russian to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of Russian society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities.

ITA 101 Elementary Italian I                                                                              (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel İtalyanca I) 

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the Italian culture.

ITA 102 Elementary Italian II                                                                            (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel İtalyanca II)

 

The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple Italian to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of Italian society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities.

SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I                                                                           (4+0+0) 3
(Temel İspanyolca I)

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the Hispanic culture.

SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II                                                                      (4+0+0) 3
( Temel İspanyolca II )
The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple Spanish to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of Hispanic society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities.

JAP 101 Elementary Japanese I                                                                             (4+0+0) 3
(Temel Japonca I )

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the Japanese culture.

JAP 102 Elementary Japanese II                                                                    (4+0+0) 3 
(Temel Japonca II )

 

The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple Japanese to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of Japanese society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities.

CHIN 101 Elementary Chinese I                                                                                                  (4+0+0) 3
(Temel Çince I)

The aim of this course is to teach students the following: basic grammar and vocabulary, enable them to understand and use simple language forms and skills in their professional and social life, enhance their ability to improve the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in daily conversations and give them useful information about the Chinese and the Far East culture.

CHIN 102 Elementary Chinese II                                                                                                 (4+0+0) 3
( Temel Çince II )

The course aims to help students reach level A1 according to The Common European Framework improving the level of students who can already communicate in simple Chinese to a stage where they will be able to describe in greater detail and express themselves more appropriately. Also, this course provides students with a basic knowledge of Chinese society and culture by discussing topics of daily life; and by enriching students' vocabulary by focusing on various cultural events and activities.