Undergraduate | ANU-TURK2002 | 2024
Intermediate Turkish B
- Study method
- 100% online
- 100% online
- Start dates
- 24 July 2024
- Entry requirements
- Prior study needed
- 14 weeks
Intermediate Turkish B
About this subject
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- utilise an intermediate standard of Turkish grammar in relatively complex sentences across the four basic competencies (reading, writing, speaking and listening);
- express simple ideas spontaneously both in writing and speaking;
- identify and explain complex issues relating to modern Turkish society within its regional and global context;
- interpret themes in contemporary Turkish society encountered in film, literature and other material; and
- articulate their ideas in structured and argumentative essays or oral presentations
This course aims to further develop students' reading, writing, listening and speaking skills towards becoming independent users of Turkish language. Each week, students will explore the defining events and characteristics of a decade in Turkey from the 1920s to 2010s through film, literature, music and arts. Students will gain a deeper understanding of Turkish culture and society while developing the skills express opinions and ideas. The students will be expected to complete online study modules weekly before attending the online live session.
- Homework (10%)
- Mid-Term Quiz (1 hour) (20%)
- Tutorial (10%)
- Research Report (1000 words) (30%)
- Oral Presentation (10 mins) (15%)
- Film Review (500 words) (15%)
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