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Journal of Education and Training Studies, v4 n10 p139-147 Oct 2016

In this study, World Literature course that are given in Turkish Language Teaching Departments of the universities in Turkey have been evaluated within the scope of "World Literature" that was used by Goethe in the 1820s and developed afterwards. With the purpose of conducting this evaluation, course contents of World Literature of Turkish Language Education Departments in Turkey and European Credit Transfer System forms have been obtained, and these contents have been examined within the context of the conceptual field that is pointed out by the definition. In this study where document analysis was used among the qualitative research methods, the data have been evaluated under the headings of "learning outcomes" and "course flow chart" based on multiculturalism, multidiscipline and multitime which are the key words of world literature. The first remarkable point is tackling the topic of Turkish literature as a world literature sub-unit that is independent from East and West. Considering the axis of the study, it is observed that the Turkish language teaching programs focus on the relationship between written work and writer within the scope of multiculturalism in world literature teaching course. These written works exceed beyond the culture elements they belong to, and they are worldwide famous and generally novels.

Descriptors: World Literature, Turkish, Literature, Second Language Programs, Second Language Instruction, Cultural Pluralism, Qualitative Research, Course Evaluation, College Credits, Departments, Universities, Outcomes of Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Novels, Units of Study, Authors, Teacher Education, Course Content, Foreign Countries

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Autor: Uysal, Basak

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3985&id=EJ1113004







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