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
 Practising the learned tenses, reading and understanding reading passages/essaysabout art and design, being aware of the usage of the basic grammer rules, being able to write a composition/essay according to the rules.
Prerequisite(s) A1 English
Corequisite(s) None
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) Ayşegül Gezek
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule Wednesday, 09:00-11:45, 5C0305 Ataköy Campus
Office Hour(s) Seval Sarıyıldız Aksu, Wednesday, 12:00-12:45, Ataköy 1A18
Teaching Methods and Techniques --Student-centred question-answer exercises, Reading comrehension, writing studies, story writing- finishing a story, presentations
Principle Sources -- Art and Design, Express Publishing. Cds, worksheets, videos
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Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Registration
2. Week Introduction Oral Presentation
3. Week Learning about Describing Shapes, expressing doubt Oral Presentation
4. Week Learning about describing light, identifying an error. Oral Presentation
5. Week Learning about describing color, making a suggestion. Oral Presentation
6. Week Learning about describing placement, asking for an opinion. Oral Presentation
7. Week Learning about describing style, disagreeing with an opinion. Quiz Oral Presentation
8. Week Learning about physical materials, adding information Oral Presentation
9. Week Midterm Exam Written
10. Week Learning more about physical materials, making an apology.. Oral Presentation
11. Week Learning about electronic equipment, making a comparison. Oral Presentation
12. Week Learning more about electronic equipment, reacting to good news. Oral Presentation
13. Week Learning about basic actions,talking about deadlines. Oral Presentation
14. Week Learning more about basic actions,introducing a problem Oral Presentation
15. Week Revision Oral Presentation
16. Week Assessment Written
17. Week Assessment Written
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 30
Quizzes 1 15
Attendance 14 15
Final Exam 1 40


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
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LO-2Students will be able to read-understand and summa By using different structures, students will be ab Students will be able to talk about the subect the Students will be able to compare different texts a
Course Assessment Matrix:
Program Outcomes - Learning Outcomes Matrix