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Turkish 203 – Intermediate Turkish – Fall 2011

Posted by F. Canguzel Zulfikar on 19th August 2011

MTWTh 1:00-1:50pm
Cobb Hall, 021

Turkish 203 is the third in a series of Turkish language courses offered at UNC. Turkish 102 or its equivalent is a prerequisite for this course. Any student who has not completed Turkish 102 at UNC should contact the instructor for a placement exam. The course will be proficiency based, covering all four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing). I will place considerable emphasis on active use of the language both in class and in daily homework assignments.

The goals of the course include increasing knowledge of vocabulary, facility with grammar, and improving written and verbal communication. Students will furthermore survey examples of contemporary Turkish film, literature, music, and current newspapers. By the end of the semester, students can expect to know most of the basic grammar of the language. Students will be able to read and understand authentic texts using the vocabulary and structures gained through first two semesters of Turkish.

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Turkish 203 – Intermediate Turkish Language Course I

Posted by F. Canguzel Zulfikar on 8th May 2010

Welcome to Turkish 203, an intermediate course in Turkish. Turkish 203 is the third in a series of Turkish language courses offered at UNC. Turkish 102 or its equivalent is a prerequisite for this course. Any student who has not completed Turkish 102 at UNC should contact the instructor for a placement exam. The course will be proficiency based, covering all four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing). I will place considerable emphasis on active use of the language both in class and in daily homework assignments.

The goals of the course include increasing knowledge of vocabulary, facility with grammar, and improving written and verbal communication. Students will furthermore survey examples of contemporary Turkish film, literature, music, and current newspapers. By the end of the semester, students can expect to know most of the basic grammar of the language. Students will be able to read and understand authentic texts using the vocabulary and structures gained through first two semesters of Turkish.

Please see a flyer of this course here.

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