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Going beyond the post-observation's interactional agenda: The observers’ references to their practices and pedagogical understandings
Topal, Pınar; Yiğitoğlu Aptoula, Nur (Elsevier BV, 2022-6)
The recent proliferation of studies on the language of reflection unveiled post-observation conferences (POC) as an essential setting in teachers’ professional development. As the studies on these conferences have mainly f...
German-speaking children use sentence-initial case marking for predictive language processing at age four
Özge, Duygu; Kornfilt, Jaklin; Maquate, Katja; Kuntay, Aylin C.; Snedeker, Jesse (2022-04-01)
Adults incrementally integrate multiple sources of information to predict the upcoming linguistic structure. Although we have substantial evidence that children can use lexicosemantic information triggered by the verb, we ...
Professional development practices of English language teachers: A synthesis of studies published between 2006 and 2020
Tasdemir, Hanife; Karaman, Abdullah Cendel (2022-04-01)
Being able to address learners' constantly evolving needs requires teachers to keep expanding their knowledge in their respective fields and actively engage in professional development practices. This qualitative meta-synt...
The Time Regulation Institute: The transition from the Muvakkithane to the Institute
Birlik, Nurten; Kacar, Erman; Gunday, Merve (2022-03-01)
Western modernity has configured and consolidated its temporal category around linearity. Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar's The Time Regulation Institute (1961) offers us a farcical thought experiment on whether linear temporality ca...
Investigating the selection process for initial English teacher education: Turkey
ERDOĞAN, PELİN; Savaş, Perihan (2022-02-01)
This explanatory case study analyses student selection to English teaching programs in Turkey and suggests a new procedure. Students, teacher educators, and teachers from a language teaching department at a state universit...
Kahraman, Hasibe; Kırkıcı, Bilal; Department of English Language Teaching (2022-2-1)
The aim of this study was to examine how native speakers (L1) of Turkish, a morphologically rich language, process a second language (L2) which is morphologically less productive such as English. Critically, the study exam...
“Be a Better Version of You!”: A corpus-driven critical discourse analysis of MOOC platforms' marketing communication
Mısır, Hülya; Işık Güler, Hale (2022-02-01)
This study examines the representation, reconstruction, and promotion of the 'ideal subject' of the job market in the promotional materials of the online/life-long learning platforms known as Massive Open Online Courses (M...
Andrea Levy's 'World-Themed' Fiction: Curating the World Wars in Small Island and "Uriah's War"
Öztabak Avcı, Elif (2022-01-01)
The ways in which Andrea Levy'sSmall Island(2004) deals with the political, economic, and socio-cultural changes that occurred in British society in the aftermath of World War II have been widely discussed. Furthermore, ma...
Virtual exchange in teacher education: focus on L2 writing
Hilliker, Shannon M.; Yol, Özge (2022-01-01)
Virtual exchange, as a global social practice, provides language teacher candidates with opportunities to connect their global peers and language learners. Integrated into teacher education, virtual exchange practices enha...
A multi-dimensional analysis of English-medium massive open online courses (MOOCs) video lectures in China
Yu, Xiaoli (2022-01-01)
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) have widely transformed teaching and learning of higher education worldwide. Based on Biber's (1988) multi-dimensional analysis framework, this study uncovers linguistic features of Engl...
Contingent Subjectivities of the Posthuman Women of London in Zadie Smith’s Swing Time
Birlik, Nurten; Günday, Merve (2021-12-10)
Creating a frequency-based Turkish-English Loanword Cognates Word List (TELCWL)
Yu, Xiaoli (2021-12-01)
Integrating intercultural communicative competence in teacher education for young learners.
Çopur, Deniz (2021-12-01)
Interaction, communication, and cooperation among different cultures are no longer optional skills but must competencies for professional contexts all around the globe in the 21st century. As English is the medium of profe...
Interjections as signals of mutual intelligibility in Turkish-Azeri mutual communication
Akkuş, Mehmet; Sağın Şimşek, Sultan Çiğdem (2021-12-01)
Investigating Contact-induced Change in Heritage Turkish: A Study on the Use of Temporal -DIK Converbial Constructions
Akkuş, Mehmet; Sağın Şimşek, Sultan Çiğdem (2021-12-01)
Why Do Adults Use Baby Talk in the Online Space? Baby Talk as a Pragmatic Face Device in Adult Communication
Efeoğlu Özcan, Esranur; Erdoğan Öztürk, Yasemin; Işık Güler, Hale (2021-12-01)
This study aims to explore the motives and pragmatic functions of baby talk in adultto- adult communication in the online space. By concentrating on a recent communicative trend of using scripted baby talk in Turkish langu...
Enhancing Authenticity in College Level English Classrooms via Instructional Technology
Gedik Bal, Nur; Savaş, Perihan (2021-11-01)
S.T. Coleridge’in Seçilmiş Şiirlerinde Özne ve Nesne Arasındaki Kopukluğun Aşılması ve Hissedilenden Yüceye Geçişin Yarı-mistik Süreci Olarak Yalnızlık
Birlik, Nurten (Nobel Yayın Dağıtım, 2021-11-01)
Lacanian Implications of Departures in Zemeckis's Beowulf from Beowulf, the Old English Epic
Birlik, Nurten (2021-11-01)
Although Robert Zemeckis's film Beowulf (2007) is a re-writing of the Old English epic Beowulf with a shifting of perspective, certain details in the film can only be understood by referring to the poem. That is, a better ...
Extracting, computing, coordination: what does a triphasic ERP pattern say about language processing?
Cedden, Gülay; ÇAKAR, TUNA (2021-11-01)
The current study aims at contributing to the interpretation of the most prominent language-related ERP effects, N400 and P600, by investigating how neural responses to congruent and incongruent sentence endings vary, when...
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