Original article | International Journal of Educational Researchers 2017, Vol. 8(3) 42-53
Ayşe Dağ Pestil & Mehtap Özden
pp. 42 - 53 | Manu. Number: MANU-1712-20-0001
Published online: December 25, 2017 | Number of Views: 134 | Number of Download: 695
The history of teaching Turkish as a foreign language dates back hundreds of years. Individual studies and formal projects in the field of teaching Turkish as a foreign language have gradually increased worldwide and in Turkey especially in recent years. When it is compared to the studies on the other languages widely spoken all over the world and considering the popularity of learning Turkish as a foreign language, it is estimated that the works must be replaced on a professional level. In the process of teaching Turkish as a foreign language, there are not only the cooperation problems in institutionalization but also the problems about the lack of academicians and professionals and especially the capacities of the programs organized to compansate this deficiency of academicians and professionals on the field. In the study, the evaluations on the efforts made over the recent years in the process of teaching Turkish as a foreign language and the obtained results are presented. The experiences of the academicians who were employed in the process of teaching Turkish as a foreign language abroad and their contributions to the field were analyzed and 'narrative research' which is one of the qualitative research methods were used to obtain the data.
Keywords: Teaching Turkish as a foreign language, Teaching Turkish as a foreign language abroad, narrative research
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