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Academic English for Health Sciences I

Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
FTR3012 Academic English for Health Sciences I 3/0/0 DE Turkish 2
Course Goals

The general objective of this course is to make students who are studying to become physiotherapy professionals improve their English communication in a work environment. Incorporating career specific vocabulary and contexts. In addition, the course aims to offer step-by-step instruction that immerses students in the four key language components: reading, listening, speaking and writing by addressing topics including the muscular system, reflexes, common injuries, diagnostic tests and medications. The material has been chosen to equip students with minimum 400 vocabulary terms and phrases by giving students exercises on reading comprehension, vocabulary and listening skills and leading students through written and oral production.

              The course aims to;

ü  To strengthen students’ reading skills

ü  To encourage students to respond critically to ideas

ü  To help students develop basic information literacy skills

ü  To help students develop awareness of their progress as readers and writers

ü  guide students in an intensive exploration of the structure and function of human communication and in the process develop into effective communicators.

ü  develop and hone the skills of critical thinking.

ü  provide students with the opportunity to develop and explore their own styles of communication.

At end of the course, students will be able to;

ü  deal with unknown words by guessing their meaning.


initiate and maintain discussions
Prerequisite(s)
Corequisite(s) Obligation to attend classes
Special Requisite(s) =
Instructor(s) Dr. Sinan Bataklar
Course Assistant(s) -
Schedule -
Office Hour(s) -
Teaching Methods and Techniques -Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
Principle Sources -Virginia AllumandPatriciaMcGarr, Cambridge English forNursing, Cambridge University Press
Other Sources -
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Following the registration, welcome the patient, check the barcode bracelet / writing containing the patient's identity information, give information about the parts of the body Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
2. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Physiotherapy, The Body Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
3. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): The Body, Bones, Muscles Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
4. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Muscular System, Joints Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
5. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Anatomical Locations, Body Movements Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
6. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Resistance Exercises, Aerobic Exercise Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
7. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): The Diagnostic Process, Examinations and Diagnostic Tests
8. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Actions, Motor Tasks Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
9. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Reflexes, Outcomes Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
10. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following themes: Patient Management Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
11. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Risk Factors Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
12. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Common Injuries and Ailments Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
13. Week Communicative activities and knowledge input based on four language skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) regarding the following theme(s): Stretching Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
14. Week Revision Communicative Language Teaching Techniques
15. Week
16. Week
17. Week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 30
Final Exam 1 60


Program Outcomes
PO-11. Analyze the interactions of structures (cells, tissues, organs), organs, segments, construction body at the micro and macro level.
PO-22. Can measure and evaluate the human body on the basis of physical structure.
PO-33. Can determine the conditions that cause functional impairment, the extent of functional impairment and the effects of people on their lives.
PO-44. Takes an active role in consultation, patient follow-up and treatment processes in growth and developmental disorders.
PO-55. Takes an active role in consultation, patient follow-up and treatment of chronic progressive diseases (cancer, muscular diseases, nervous system diseases, metabolic diseases), reducing the effects of the disease (pain, functional impairment).
PO-66. Takes an active role in determining, predicting, preventing, following and treating the problems that come from the old age.
PO-77. Has an active role in hospitals, private clinics, health centers, rehabilitation centers, disabled and elderly care diseases and follow-up processes.
PO-88. Can act as an active role or autonomous to identify, prevent and monitor health-related risk factors.
PO-99. Improvement of disease areas and functional areas, improvement and improvement processes.
PO-1010. To make it possible to evaluate, develop and improve public health.
PO-1111. They can take an active role in project development and the related centers for the treatment of persons with disabilities, rehabilitation center, professional rehabilitation center establishment.
Learning Outcomes
LO-1Can produce and discuss ideas in English about health issues.
LO-2He / she can listen to situations / events that can occur in everyday life related to health.
LO-3He may follow the patient for a certain period of time and record medical documents.
Course Assessment Matrix:
Program Outcomes - Learning Outcomes Matrix
 PO 1PO 2PO 3PO 4PO 5PO 6PO 7PO 8PO 9PO 10PO 11
LO 1
LO 2
LO 3