ING101


Course Title Course Code Program Level
- ING101 Elderly Care Associate Degree

Course Term
(Course Semester)
Teaching and Learning Methods
Credits
Theory Practice Lab Projects/Field Work Seminars/Workshops Other Total Credits ECTS Credits
01
(Fall)
28 10 22 60 2 2

Teaching Staff Okt.F. Hande ALPER
Language of Instruction İngilizce (English)
Type Of Course Compulsory
Prerequisites None
Recommended Optional Programme Component
Course Objectives The main aim of this course is to endow students with the skills of textual and communicative conception of the English language used in the realm of health. By sustaining these skills, the students will be able to analyze the input given and will be able to reply to it appropriately. Furthermore, students are motivated to use the skills they gained in real life settings pertinent to their professions.
Course Content The content of this course has been designed in a way whereby students gain the skills (reading, speaking, listening, writing) and grammatical competence in basic English language. Besides, each unit leads the students to gain the skills via a topic concerning health within a thematic approach. As well as this thematic approach comprises subjects about vocational English (vocabulary and daily expressions about health), it is also aimed at improving many skills of language learning such as expressing oneself verbally or literally, listening and reading, and analyzing. As the target language is taught on a basic level, the English language in which the students are expected to maintain the skills in question, is presented with its essentials in the content of the course.
Learning Outcomes (LO) By the end of this course, students will be able to express themselves in health profession at a basic level .Also the students in this course will have maintained the necessary receptive and productive skills to communicate effectively in their daily lives especially in their profession. Finally, the students who have attended this course will have gathered the essential vocabulary in order to communicate and make research in their field,
Mode of Delivery Face to face
Course Outline
Week Topics
1. Week Introduction, greeting and description of the course
2. Week UNIT 1: WELCOME Grammar: subject pronouns/ verb to be: present Vocabulary: healthcare jobs/healthcare places Reading/listening: read short notes about different jobs at the hospital, listen to people introducing themselves.Speaking / Writing: introducing oneself+ role play
3. Week UNIT 2 HUMAN BODY Grammar: Posessive adjectives have got/has got Vocabulary: Body parts, illnesses Reading/listening: read and listen about different body parts /listen to dialogues about health problems Speaking/writing: Describing people with different adjectives / ask and answer about health problems/ writing a message about a health problem
4. Week REVISION of UNIT 1(WELCOME) + UNIT 2 (HUMAN BODY)
5. Week UNIT 3 EMERGENCY Grammar: demonstratives (this/that), expressing ability (can/can't) Vocabulary: first-aid kit, common verbs Reading/Listening: read short paragraphs about medical professions Speaking/Listening: describe first aid kits using information cards
6. Week UNIT 4 DOCTOR's OFFICE Grammar: Present simple Tense ( affirmative/negative/question) Vocabulary: Daily verbs/body movements Reading/listening: read a text about a typical day of a nurse Speaking/writing: Write a paragraph about your weekend routine.
7. Week REVISION of UNIT 3 (EMERGENCY) + UNIT 4 ( DOCTOR'S OFFICE)
8. Week MIDTERM
9. Week UNIT 5-MEDICAL LAB Grammar: there is /there are / imperatives (polite requests) Vocabulary: lab tools, common collocations Reading/listening: read short texts describing two different medical labs/ listen to a dialogue between a nurse and a patient Speaking/ Writing: write a description paragraph about a medical lab using a picture.
10. Week UNIT 6- OPERATING ROOM Grammar: Present continuous tense/ conjunctions: and, but , because Vocabulary: medical equipment, common adjectives Reading/listening: read a text about what is happening now in a hospital/ listen to and order paragraphs about a doctor Speaking/writing: reply an email using an information card.
11. Week REVISION of UNIT 5 MEDICAL LAB + UNIT 6 OPERATING ROOM
12. Week UNIT 7-DIETICIAN Grammar: expressing advice (should/shouldn’t) Vocabulary: physical appearance adjectives/ types of food Reading/ Listening: Read texts about descriptions of different people / read a short text about healthy foods Speaking/Writing: role play a situation between a dietician and a patient
13. Week UNIT 8- PHARMACY Grammar: making predictions (simple future tense)/making plans (be going to future tense) Vocabulary: medicine types/adjectives related to feeling Reading/ Listening: read a text about future medicine predictions Speaking/Writing: talk about future predictions about the future of medicine /write a short paragraph about possible future advances in medicine.
14. Week REVISION of UNIT 7 DIETICIAN + UNIT 8 PHARMACY
Assessment
  Percentage(%)
Mid-term (%) 40
Quizes (%)
Homeworks/Term papers (%)
Practice (%)
Labs (%)
Projects/Field Work (%)
Seminars/Workshops (%)
Final (%) 60
Other (%)
Total(%) 100
Course Book (s) and/or References Step up for Medical English Starter
Work Placement(s)
The Relationship between Program Qualifications (PQ) and Course Learning Outcomes (LO)