|Course Title||Course Code||Program||Level|
|LEXICOLOGY I||MYC107||Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures - Applied English and Translation Studies Programme||Associate Degree|
|Theory||Practice||Lab||Projects/Field Work||Seminars/Workshops||Other||Total||Credits||ECTS Credits|
|Teaching Staff||Yrd. Doç. Dr. Elif Tokdemir Demirel|
|Language of Instruction||İngilizce (English)|
|Type Of Course||Compulsory|
|Recommended Optional Programme Component||-|
|Course Objectives||The aim of this course is to show the students how the words have been formed in structure and by doing so to help them evaluate the meaning in a better way and to minimize their dictionary need.|
|Course Content||The structural and meaning changes that the words of the language have been throughout history.|
|Learning Outcomes (LO)||At the end of this course students will be familiarized with the changes that English language has been exposed through the history. They will become aware of the affixes and their multi-functions. They will develop their vocabulary knowledge.|
|Mode of Delivery||Face to face|
|Course Book (s) and/or References||Schmidt, D., Schmidt, N. (2011). Focus on Vocabulary I: Bridging Vocabulary, NY: Pearson Publishing Durkin, P. (2011). The Oxford Guide to Etymology, Oxford:OUP|
|The Relationship between Program Qualifications (PQ) and Course Learning Outcomes (LO)||
Upon graduation from the program our students:
2) Are going to become knowledgeable about languages and cultures.
4)Are going to become competent in translation terminology.
7) Are going to become competent about the language structures of English and Turkish, and the use of dictionaries.