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English Language Teaching

English Language Teaching

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING


Our department started its activities with 30 students in the 2000-2001 academic year with the opening of the Faculty of Education. The program had its first graduates in the 2003-2004 Academic Year. In addition to its undergraduate education, the department continued its task of training teachers with the English Language Teaching Certificate Programs launched in the 2005-2006 academic year. Besides the daytime education program, the department of ELT also continued the evening education program between 2002-2003 and 2014-2015.

Our department carries out the undergraduate program with 1 Associate Professor, 2 Assistant Professors, 1 Doctor Instructor, 1 Doctor Research Assistant, 1 Lecturer, and 1 Research Assistant. The ELT Department, which accepts 60 students every year, continues the education of 372 students in the Faculty of Education building in Çiftlikköy Campus. Graduates who complete the program are awarded a bachelor's degree in the field of ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING.

The Department of English Language Education implements  an education plan to train teachers, lecturers, and academicians in the field of English Language Education.  The English Language Teaching program, which was renewed in the 2018-2019 academic year, offers compulsory courses on professional teaching knowledge, foreign language teaching knowledge, and general knowledge, as well as elective courses that give students the chance to choose according to their preferences.

The Department of English Language Teaching trains  graduates who can identify foreign language teaching and problems and produce solutions to them, use technology effectively, and have academic research skills through interdisciplinary studies, either individually or in groups.


Publications in International Scientific Journals(last two years)

2020
1. Karataş, T.; Tuncer, H. Sustaining Language Skills Development of Pre-Service EFL Teachers despite the COVID-19 Interruption: A Case of Emergency Distance Education. SUSTAINABILITY, 2020, 12, 8188-8188.
http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su12198188