Undergraduate
Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences
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Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
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Course Goals
 The students will be capable of forming sentences using the 1st and 2nd group verbs including the continuous tense in  the reported speech and they will be able to express their wishes with their own sentences. They will also be aware of distinguishing and using descriptive adjectives, demonstrative adjectives and possessive adjectives in their own sentences. They will be capable to reply in an understandable level of French when asked for locations.
Prerequisite(s) French I
Corequisite(s)
Special Requisite(s) The minimum qualifications that are expected from the students who want to attend the course.(Examples: Foreign language level, attendance, known theoretical pre-qualifications, etc.)
Instructor(s) Mehmet Süha Sarıoğlu
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule Friday / 09.00-10.45 / 1C-15
Office Hour(s) Instructor name, day, hours, XXX Campus, office number.
Teaching Methods and Techniques -In the teaching period that starts with processing the subjects that are determined from the main book “Mauget Langue et Civilisation Francaise”, distributing subject memorized exercise papers, assignments and various question-answer exercises that are based on the subject to the students. Correction practices on the assignments that were given at the previous class. All the prepared copies that are based on the vocabulary exercise are given to the students. “Oral” question-answer exercises are being conducted to improve talking ability.
Principle Sources -G.Mauger, Cours de Langue et de Civilisation Française, Librairie Hachette 

Catherine Dollez, Sylvie Pons; Alter Ego:Methode de Français I, Librerai Hachette

J.Bady, I.Greaves, A. Petetin,    Exerçons-nous Grammaire 350 Exercices Niv.Débutant.  Librairie Hachette

Other Sources -Yves Loiseau, Régine Mérieux; Point par Point Exercices Grammaire Cahier Débutant , Librairie Didier
 
Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Introducing the books that will be used in the classes “French 1” and “French 2”, reading the related “Syllabus” to explain students what is wanted from them and what they will be responsible of, introducing how the midterms and finals will be graded and the general percentages of being present in the class and assignments. Introduction of the order of French phonetics- alphabet, sound unison, the phonetic structure of the simple words and the examples of the alphabetical readings. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
2. Week Entering the “Article” subject after the reminding of alphabet information and phonetic order. The introduction of Articles with examples and exercises. Simple “sentence reading tryouts”. Studies on vocabulary and the readings of them. Explanation of structures of word subordinates, foundation rules and “article” systems that are used in relation to this subject with examples. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
3. Week “Avoir” and “etre” auxiliary verbs, a general look to the verb groups and the first group of inflection of verbs explanations. There will be assignments given to the students on the subjects(The most used ones of Avoir-Etre and first group verbs will be chosen and Turkish-French translation assignments will be prepared.) Vocabulary papers that are including nationality and countries will be distributed. Related course works. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
4. Week Introducing of noun states and related article and preposition foundation studies. Conversation studies. Daily use, self-explaining question- answer structures will be given. New vocabulary papers distribution. Learning and practicing point adjectives. Conjugation of “Pouvoir-Devoir” auxiliary verbs, simple sentences with these verbs and question- answer studies. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
5. Week Repetition of point adjectives, distribution a list of qualification adjectives. Using related adjectives and first group verbs in sentences. Sentences types(negative, question, negative question types). New reading articles distribution. Studying on the article with question-answers. Name subordinates and the states of name related reminder assignments distributing and studies on the subject. Introducing the days of the week Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
6. Week Introducing “Faire-Savoir” auxiliary verbs and how to use them in a sentence. Distributing new vocabulary copies on house and parts of the house, seasons and months and simple foundation studies on these vocabularies. Strengthening new words with name subordinates. Studies with distributed negative answer based question patterns. Extra studies on first group verbs. Introduction of the undocumented adjectives and follow up and reading exercises from the book on the subject. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
7. Week Distributing new vocabulary copies based on professions. Continuing on the learning of the first group verbs. French-Turkish, Turkish-French translation studies. Question-answer practices. Reading and processing the new subject from the book. Exercises on finding the question based on the answer. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
8. Week Processing time and clock concept. Related question-answer exercises. Positive and negative sentence types reminding, distribution of the vocabulary copies based on the city, buildings in the city and various types of structures and related sentence exercises. Finding the question based on the answer practices. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
9. Week Introduction of the new vocabulary lists based on animals and nature. General repetition about midterm. In addition to that, deciding on the subject based on students’ wishes and conducting explaining practices on these subjects. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
10. Week Midterm Exam
11. Week Detailed explanation of the topics asked in the exam. Distributing an assignment that is equal valued to the exam. Conducting the concept of route and directions and answering on the distributed exercise papers that are related to the subject. Introducing second group verbs, distributing related copies and sentence structure and development exercises. Entry to the personal pronouns, introduction and examples. Reading exercises. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
12. Week Distribution of the new reading pieces. Explanatory practices on pattern sentences that are related to weather. General repetition and the distribution of the assignment that include translating sentences to French language from a Turkish article that is formed by first, second and taught all auxiliary verbs. Repeating personal pronouns and examples. Explaining simple past tense and examples Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
13. Week Generally repeating all the classes done in the term. Exampled practices of simple past tense. Application repetition of personal pronouns. Assignments. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
14. Week Repetition based on student wishes for the final exam, question-answer practices, general repeating. Practicing on “participle passé accord” about personal pronouns and simple past tense examples. Oral presentation, Written examples, Redaction.
15. Week A class to relieve student’s mind before the finals: Edith Piaf, Nana Mouskouri vs concerts…PS: Distributing scripted French-Turkish translation of the music that will be listened to. Class notes that are about all the subjects that are included in the program that will be prepared by me will be given to the students.
16. Week Final Exam
17. Week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 30
Quizzes 2 10
Homework / Term Projects / Presentations 2 10
Final Exam 1 50


Program Outcomes
PO-1To be able to define the concept and types of entrepreneurship in historical development within the framework of entrepreneurship theory.
PO-2Develop awareness about ways to improve personal and corporate innovation and creativity
PO-3Distinguish the different aspects of SME management and its problems from SME management and its problems
PO-4Prepare a business plan to start a new business
PO-5Give insight into the institutionalization process of newly established businesses
PO-6 To be able to use the information and skill that is related to entrepreneurship in the career life and transfer it to the workplace environment.
PO-7To be able to represent new business in social environment with social capital and communication competence,
PO-8To get knowledge about innovation and the importance of innovation.
PO-9To be aware of how to reach entrepreneurship support.
PO-10Have ability to transform the conceptual and cognitive knowledge and expertise into practice and transfer it to the workplace environment.
Learning Outcomes
Course Assessment Matrix:
Program Outcomes - Learning Outcomes Matrix