Languages - Turkish


 

MHPS LANGUAGES – TURKISH

Teacher: Mrs Figen Hasimoglu

figen.hasimoglu@education.vic.gov.au 

 

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Edition 1 - 2022

Edition 2 - 2022

Edition 3 - 2022

 

Semester 2: 

 

FOUNDATION Students will

  • identify and sort out living and non-living things
  • participate in actions songs about animals
  • use repetitive language when listening to the stories.
  • count and identify number words up to 20.
  • trace simple sentences
  • use simple verbs such as sit down, stand up, read, write
  • practice Happy Fathers’ Day – Babalar Günü Kutlu Olsun sentence

YEAR 1&2   Students will

  • identify and discuss cultural diversity in their classroom by involving in activities related to the country names, flags of the countries studied.
  • matching country names with the flags and the languages spoken in the chosen country.
  • mark the countries studied on a map of world.
  • identify something very important about chosen countries.
  • count and identify number words up to 100.
  • gain information about Turkey and match the pictures of some Turkish cultural icons with their names.
  • locate key phrases in simple texts such as messages for Fathers’ Day.
  • listen to and participate in readings of stories, rhymes or action songs, and respond through singing, drawing, gesture and action.

YEAR 3&4   Students will

  • identify their identity and culture by listing the things they like and their values
  • write simple sentence about their likes and dislikes
  • gather information about the languages other than English spoken in their classroom
  • match the countries with their flags and the languages spoken
  • ask and respond to questions to gather information about each other such as where does your family come from? I can speak …. (language names)
  • participate in role-plays on the topics studied.
  • gather information about Türkiye (Turkey) from a video clip watched.
  • label the neighbouring countries of Türkiye (Turkey) in Turkish or English.
  • identify the numbers up to 1000.
  • sing popular rhymes and chants from a written text
  • write simple messages when making a Fathers’ Day card

YEAR 5&6   Students will

  • identify their cultural background and the languages they can speak in simple sentences in written when interacting with their peers.
  • create role-play and share with others about the topic studied.
  • conduct a survey about the languages spoken in their classroom and share the information gathered in simple Turkish sentences after practising some modal sentences.
  • Identify and match the countries with their flags and the languages spoken.
  • present information in simple Turkish sentences about the country chosen.
  • gather information about Türkiye (Turkey) from a video clip watched.
  • label the neighbouring countries of Türkiye (Turkey) in Turkish or English.
  • identify the numbers up to 1000 and beyond.
  • participate in singing some traditional folk songs.
  • write simple messages when making a Fathers’ Day card.

 

 

 

Semester 1:

 

FOUNDATIONStudents will

  • practice how to say and trace some greeting words such as Merhaba! Günaydın!Hello, Good morning.
  • use repetitive language when participating in guided activities.
  • learn some popular children songs and rhymes.
  • say and identify some of the colours in Turkish.
  • count and identify number words up to 10.
  • trace the Turkish Alphabet.
  • match the pictures of some Turkish cultural icons with their names.
  • gain information about Turkey.
  • identify some of the cultural celebrations.

 

YEAR 1&2Students will

  • start a conversation by using simple greet and farewell words.
  • complete a personal profile including their name, age, favourite colour, food and picture of their family after practising the Turkish sentences related to the profile.
  • count and identify number words up to 50.
  • mark the countries of their origins on a map of world.
  • gain information about Turkey.
  • match the pictures of some Turkish cultural icons with their names.
  • compare Turkish Alphabet to English Alphabet
  • listen to, view and participate in readings of stories, rhymes or action songs, and respond through singing, drawing, gesture and action
  • identify some of the cultural celebrations.

 

YEAR 3&4Students will

  • start a conversation by using simple greet and farewell words.
  • create their self-portraits with simple Turkish words and sentences introduced
  • create simple bilingual texts such as signs, notices or captions for displays for the classroom and wider school community.
  • revise the Turkish Alphabet with a video clip to learn to sound out each letter to compare to English Alphabet.
  • gather information about Türkiye (Turkey) from a video clip watched.
  • label the neighbouring countries of Türkiye (Turkey) in Turkish or English.
  • participate in role-plays on the topics studied.
  • identify the numbers up to 100.
  • sing popular rhymes and chants from a written text
  • identify some of the cultural celebrations.

 

YEAR 5&6 - Students will

  • start a conversation by using simple greet and farewell words and convey the conversation by asking simple questions studied.
  • participate in spoken, written and digital interactions to share ideas and experiences, showing interest and respect for others.
  • revise the Turkish Alphabet with a video clip to learn to sound out each letter to compare to English Alphabet.
  • gather information about Türkiye (Turkey) from a video clip watched.
  • identify some Turkish cultural icons and study the information about those icons.
  • create bilingual texts such as posters, class journals and menus to support their own learning and to assist interactions with non-Turkish speakers.
  • participate in singing some traditional folk songs.
  • identify the numbers up to 1000.
  • identify some of the cultural celebrations.

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