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Course Name
Turkish English III - Nurçin Ramadanoglu
English English III - Nurçin Ramadanoglu
Course Code
ING 201 Credit Lecture
Semester 3
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Nurçin Ramadanoğlu
Course Objectives 1. Improve students’ reading and writing skills as well as evaluating and interpreting written information 2. Improve students’ technical vocabulary
3. Create awareness of sound, scholarly sources
4. Enhance knowledge about a specific subject related to their department
5. Enable awareness and application of the research process by conforming to the conventions of academic life and adhering to the norms of research ethics
Course Description English 201 is a course designed to teach the organizational and critical thinking skills necessary for logical written expression. The course focuses on writing a research paper of at least 3000 words based on sound scholarly sources on a topic of interest related to a student’s field by conforming to the APA standards of writing without committing plagiarism. In this course the whole research process is taught step by step through skills including research, source selection, choice of topic, construction and defense of a thesis statement, citing sources, outlining, organizing a “References” page and note taking. Critical elements of the course are instruction in paraphrasing and summarizing techniques, use of quotations and the incorporation of these research findings in the paper together with the inclusion of personal comments, avoidance of plagiarism and conforming to ethical rules.
Course Outcomes Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
1. Do extensive library and internet research to select suitable, relevant and reliable sources of scholarly nature related to the topic they have chosen, develop an argument and construct an argumentative thesis statement.
2. Identify different kinds of sources and logically organize findings from a variety of well chosen sources in the form of an outline.
3. Document source information by correctly applying APA style citations & references.
4. Locate, evaluate, interpret and synthesize source information for the defense of the thesis.
5. Perform extensive note taking with the correct application of paraphrases, summaries & quotations.
6. Draw personal conclusions, make deductions and form comments based on the research findings.
7. Prepare an argumentative research paper of at least 3000 words, in APA style.
8. Adhere to the norms of research ethics..
Pre-requisite(s) Must have completed either ING 101 and ING 102 or ING 112
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