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Introduction to spoken and written Turkish and fundamentals of Turkish grammar, with oral drills and written exercises.
Completes introduction to modern Turkish grammar, with emphasis on development of aural and written comprehension, as well as writing and speaking abilities.
Further, intermediate-level, development of Turkish language skills through textbooks, authentic readings including literary works, internet-based exercises, and the use of Turkish audio and visual materials.
Completes presentation of structures of Turkish, to "intermediate-high" levels of proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Istanbul at the Crossroads
The image of the city of Istanbul in novels, autobiography, short story, poetry, as well as music videos and popular films. Themes include modernization, urbanization, isolation, cosmopolitanism, and the struggle between East and West. Carries humanities divisional credit in CAS. Also offered as CAS XL 470 A1.
Advanced Turkish I
Advanced Turkish, concentrating on all four communicative skills, diverse registers, and idioms. Exposure to literature, media and other cultural materials.