Türkçe|English  
  KTU Course Catalogue  
Arama Yapmak İstediğiniz Anahtar Kelimeyi Giriniz :       
FACULTY OF ECONOMICS & ADMINISTRATIVE SC / INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  General Information
  Administration
  Objectives & Learning Outcomes
  Academic Staff
  Curriculum
     First Year
     Second Year
     Third Year
     Fourth Year
   Learning Outcomes Matrix
 
  3rd Cycle Degree Programmes
  2nd Cycle Degree Programmes
  1st Cycle Degree Programmes
  Short Cycle Degree Programmes
 
  Back
  Catalog Main Page
  KTU Main Page

YDI1001 ENGLISH - I 3+0+0 ECTS:3
Year / Semester First Year / Fall Semester
Level of CourseFirst Cycle
StatusCompulsory
DepartmentINTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Prerequisites and co-requisites None
Mode of DeliveryFace to face
Contact hours14 weeks - 3 hours of lectures per week
LecturerINSTRUCTOR Cem KÜÇÜKALİ
Co-LecturerINSTRUCTOR Cem KÜÇÜKALİ,
Language of instruction English
Professional practise ( internship )None
 
Objectives of the Course
The course aims to enable the students with an overall knowledge on the basis of their department to supply them to understand what the main focus of their department is and express what they understand in English verbally.
 

Learning Outcomes

CTPO

TOA

Upon successful completion of the course, the students will be able to :

LO - 1 :

comprehend the texts chosen from various academic topics and make sentences in their fields, write essays.

7

1,3

LO - 2 :

learn the basic words used in the related field and translate the articles from mother tongue to English or vice versa.

7

2,3

LO - 3 :

make some presentations and evaluations.

7

2,5

LO - 4 :

make sentences and write essays related to their department in daily life.

6,7,11

1,3

CTPO : Contribution to programme outcomes, TOA : Type of assessment (1: written exam, 2: Oral exam, 3: Homework assignment, 4: Laboratory exercise/exam, 5: Seminar / presentation, 6: Term paper), LO : Learning Outcome

 

Contents of the Course

Reading passages and exercises, Listening passages and drills, Translation studies, Writing regarding a specific subject, Holding discussion on a given topic.

 

Course Syllabus

 Week

Subject

Related Notes / Files

 Week 1

Work matters Tenses

 Week 2

Education standards Tenses

 Week 3

Vitamins Modals

 Week 4

Advertising Modals

 Week 5

Dynamites Passive Voice

 Week 6

Land of immigrants Passive Voice

 Week 7

Distribution of nutrients in plants Gerunds and Infinitives

 Week 8

The Explosion of St. Helens Gerunds and Infinitives

 Week 9

Mid-term exam

 Week 10

The Science of Living Things Singular and Plural

 Week 11

From Aristotle to DNA Singular and Plural

 Week 12

Genetic Engineering Relative (Adjective) Clauses

 Week 13

The Manipulation of Genetic Traits Relative(Adjective) Clauses

 Week 14

Statistics, Probability and Population Noun Clauses

 Week 15

Reading: Applying Science to Our Lives Grammar: Noun Clauses

 Week 16

Final exam

 

Textbook / Material

1Johannsen, K. L. 2006; English for the Humanities, Thomson ELT, 25 Boston, Massachusetts

 

Recommended Reading

1Kirn, E. Hartmann, P. 2002; Interactions 2 Reading, McGraw Hill, New York

 

Method of Assessment

Type of assessment

Week No

Date

Duration (hours)

Weight (%)

Mid-term exam

9

18.11.2016

1

50

End-of-term exam

16

11.01.2017

1

50

 

Student Work Load and its Distribution

Type of work

Duration (hours pw)

No of weeks / Number of activity

Hours in total per term

Lectures (face to face teaching)

3

14

42

Own (personal) studies outside class

1

14

14

Own study for first mid-term exam

8

1

8

Mid-term exam

1

1

1

Own study for final exam

9

1

9

End-of-term exam

1

1

1

Total work load

75