Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 5(10), pp. 1684 - 1694
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2017.051003
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Teaching Turkish Language and Literature: What Teachers Think?

Cem Erdem *
Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Modern Languages and Literatures Section of Turkic, Mongolian and Korean Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland


Educational activities would be successful if they are effectively practiced. The Ministry of National Education decided to call obligatory meetings in order to discuss educational problems and improve educational programs for each field. These meetings take place at the school, district and provincial level. It is discussed that teachers frequently encountered problems and solutions at these meetings. This study focuses on problems and possible solutions at Turkish language and literature lessons by perspective of teachers. In this study, reviewing document technique, which is a kind of qualitative method, has been used. The data for this research consist of reports of Turkish language and literature presented in teachers' meetings that were held in Ankara between 2009-2015 years and were recorded with the consent of the Ankara National Educational Directorate. As a result of research are mentioned problems and solution suggestions about theme of curriculum, textbook and workbook, the transition to higher education examination and professional orientation and in-service training activities.

Teaching Turkish Language and Literature, Meeting Documents, Teacher's Perspective

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Cem Erdem . "Teaching Turkish Language and Literature: What Teachers Think?." Universal Journal of Educational Research 5.10 (2017) 1684 - 1694. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2017.051003.