Papoutsi Kleopatra
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    Papoutsi Kleopatra

    Adjunct Lecturer (Presidential Decree 407/80)
    Department of Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies


    Curriculum Vitae

    Teaching


    • TURKISH LANGUAGE I
      (ΞΓ0101)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

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    • TURKISH LANGUAGE IV
      (ΞΓ0104)

    Τύπος
    ΥΠΟΧΡΕΩΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗΣ

    Κωδικός Τμήματος
    ΒΣΑΣ

    Τμήμα
    DEPARTMENT OF BALKAN, SLAVIC AND ORIENTAL STUDIES

    Περιγραφή

    The aim of the courses is to gradually guide the students so that they acquire complex forms of grammar, syntax and vocabulary structures, in order to reach the Β1 level in the use of Turkish according Εuropean linguistic learning criteria. 

    As far as the teaching approach is concerned, the lecturing emphasizes on training and introducing the students in a wide range of communicative texts (descriptive, narrative, etc.) and events, so that they gradually develop their communicative skills, which presupposes the parallel development and combination of grammar, speaking, sociocultural and strategic skills.

    Taking into consideration the contemporary methods such as the educational method of the working scheme etc., the teaching is focused on the simultaneous development of skills which are linked to the comprehension and production of spoken and written language through specific activities (spontaneous response, improvisation etc.), in circumstances as close to actual communication as possible. The cross-curricular nature of these activities is necessary, for this reason the topics that the students are asked to work on are linked to their needs and interests (home, University, entertainment, travelling etc.), are based on real-life material (education, health etc.) and promote the undertaking of specific and increasing duties. In this level, the exploitation of technology through appropriate methods such as “blended learning” is considered very important.

    In parallel, the teaching promotes their contact with the texts of Turkish literary production, in order to reinforce vocabulary awareness, help students acquire idioms, activate student interest, encourage them to come in contact with the Turkish civilization, exploit the inventiveness-self expression and development of critical thinking, through planned activities and exercises.