After completing the program, our students will be able to;
P1 evaluate information by understanding the nature of it and to use the methods of generating scientific knowledge.
P2 use the contemporary language teaching methods and approaches by making the most appropriate pedagogical decisions for the characteristics of students (students’ needs, ages, intelligence types, learning styles, and socioeconomic levels).
P3 critically analyze linguistic, literary, cultural and historical issues in the processes of selecting, developing and evaluating course content.
P4 establish interdisciplinary connections and adopt the perspective of a critical researcher, based on knowledge in educational sciences, linguistics, literature, psychology and other fields.
P5 identify specific language-related problems that language learners of different proficiency levels may encounter and offer solutions to these problems.
P6 conduct educational research and apply research methods for language or language teaching, individually or in effective collaboration with other teachers, based on their knowledge of other education systems and their differences.
P7 adapt to different local contexts by providing instruction sensitive to individual, cultural (multicultural) and psychosocial diversity in learning environments.
P8 make use of all primary and secondary language skills in English while communicating effectively in daily and professional life.
P9 understand, use, translate and convey discourses of a wide variety of languages by taking the contextual factors into consideration.
P10 make use of language learning experiences (other than in English) to raise awareness about language learning processes.
P11 engage in lifelong learning and continuing professional development processes necessary for personal and professional development, using reflective thinking and self-assessment.
P12 use relevant instructional technologies in teaching processes based on information literacy and digital literacy.
P13 facilitate creativity, understanding, collaboration and equity in the classroom employing effective classroom management strategies to create a positive classroom environment.
P14 develop a critical, sociolinguistic and multicultural perspective on language and language-related issues arising from the global use of English.
P15 act in accordance with scientific and professional ethical values in the processes of research, teaching and business obligations, by being aware of democracy and human rights.
P16 promote positive attitudes in students towards language learning based on the belief that every student can learn a language effectively.
P17 set an example for students and society in all aspects by considering themselves as a teacher.
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