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Reflections of L1 on foreign /second language learning for immigrant students
Çağatay, Sibel (2022-08-27)
A Promising Model for Teacher Training: A Study on the Impact and Implementation of an Electronic Mentoring Program
Tekir, Serpil (2022-07-27)
Öğretmenlik Uygulamalarının Geliştirilen Yeni Bir Koçluk Modeli: Öğrenci Merkezli Öğretim Koçluğu Üzerine Bir Araştırma
Tekir, Serpil (2022-07-01)
Abstract: As the appeal and need for greater student achievement have been increasing each day steadily, so does the wish to find ways to reach those levels. The student-centered coaching (SCC) model is designed to impr...
"All greatness is in virtue:" Heroic Ethos and the Ideals of Citizenship in John Dryden's Aureng-zebe
Çimen, Rıza (2022-06-02)
The term “Restoration theatre” has come to represent a set of assumptions about the trajectory of the English theatre in the aftermath of the Interregnum period. One common tendency in dramatic criticism is the premise ...
"The earth didn't want it:" Unruly Ecology as Counter-Memory in A Passage to India
Çimen, Rıza (2022-06-01)
Özgürlük temelli bir potansiyel barındırmalarına karşın, karşı-bellek çalışmaları çoğunlukla insan-merkezlidir, zira bu çalışmalarda temel referans noktası olarak ‘insan’ kategorisi ele alınır. Hem Michel Foucault hem d...
“That’s a grand story:” Reading J. M. Synge’s The Playboy of the Western World as a postnational allegory
Çimen, Rıza; Ünlü Çimen, Esra (2022-06-01)
The concept of “national allegory” formulated in Fredric Jameson’s work on the third-world literatures has been the subject of much critical debate, especially in the context of postcolonial studies. The dispute surroundin...
Sexing the Alien: A Posthuman Hermeneutics of the Embodied Self in Lisa Tuttle's "Wives"
Çimen, Rıza (2022-05-12)
Aday Öğretmen Yetiştirme Politikaları ve Uygulamaları Üzerine Karşılaştırmalı Bir Çalışma: Türkiye ve ABD (Wisconsin Eyaleti) Örneği
Tekir, Serpil (2022-04-01)
Research provides considerable evidence that students of effective teachers have significantly higher achievement than students of ineffective teachers. According to the research findings, the induction support provided...
A new approach to teacher education: “Growing your own teachers” program
Tekir, Serpil (Gece Kitaplığı, 2022-01-01)
Migration from face-to-face to online instruction: Redesigning an ESAP course in the face of a biosocial crisis
Elmas, Tugay; Daloğlu, Ayşegül (2021-12-04)
Faced with the greatest disruption in modern times, educational systems around the world are trying to do their best to respond to the educational implications of the COVID-19 pandemic in the most effective way possible...
"Words spinning into nothing:" Subjectivities along the Eternal Past in Enda Walsh's The New Electric Balroom
Çimen, Rıza (2021-12-03)
Converting a conventional flipped class into a synchronous online flipped class during COVID-19: university students’ self-regulation skills and anxiety
Korkmaz, Sezen (2021-12-01)
Flipped learning has emerged as an innovative teaching and learning model, in part due to the critical role it plays in transforming the nature of student-teacher interaction in and out of the classroom. With the spread of...
"There's something hostile in that soil:" Unruly Ecology as Counter-Memory in A Passage to India
Çimen, Rıza (2021-10-22)
Despite their emancipatory potential, studies in counter-memory have been predominantly anthropocentric in that they have taken the category of the human as the main frame of reference. Both Foucault’s body of work and ...
Hidden Behind the Catchy Trends: Precarity in ELT
Elmas, Tugay (2021-10-15)
İngilizce Öğretmenliği Programında Verilen Ölçme Değerlendirme Eğitiminin Hedeflenen, Uygulanan, Öğrenilen ve Değerlendirilen Programları Arasındaki Uyum
Tekir, Serpil (2021-10-01)
Recent research points out a problem regarding the pre-service assessment education given by English as a Foreign Language (EFL) programs in the national context. One factor contributing to the problem can be the poor a...
Supporting the Academic Success of Underprepared College Students at an English Medium Instruction (EMI) University
Tekir, Serpil (2021-09-10)
Perceptions of English Language Instructors on the Effectiveness of Learning Advisory Training Programme (LATP)
Şen, Hülya (2021-09-01)
Advising in language learning (ALL) can be defined as "the process of helping someone become an effective, aware, and reflective language learner" (Kato & Mynard, 2016, p. 1). In order to promote learner autonomy, a learni...
Identity clashes of EFL instructors in Turkey with regard to pronunciation and intonation in English
Çağatay, Sibel (2021-09-01)
Bir Yükseköğretim Kurumunda Yeni Öğretim Görevlilerine Verilen Hizmet İçi Eğitim Programının Değerlendirilmesi
Tekir, Serpil (2021-09-01)
The purpose of this study is to evaluate an in-service training program given to the new faculty working at the School of Foreign Languages at a public university in Turkey in terms of its implementation and effectiveness....
Improving EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Mastery: An Action Research Approach
Tekir, Serpil (2021-09-01)
In this action research study, the researcher aimed to find and address a problem that English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners in her class come across to improve their language learning process. The action research s...
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