Journal of Research in Turkic Languages

TEACHERS' OPINIONS ON TEACHING TURKISH TO FOREIGNERS AT A DISTANCE DURING AND AFTER THE COVID-19 PERIOD

Journal of Research in Turkic Languages, Volume 4, Issue 2, November 2022, pp. 15-29
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ABSTRACT (English)
In the history of the world, there have been great epidemics that seriously threaten humanity. The last major epidemic, the Covid-19 pandemic, can be considered one of the largest and most widespread epidemics in the modern era. The developing transportation and communication sector has unfortunately been a negative factor that facilitates the spread of the pandemic. As in all areas of life, serious problems and changes have been experienced in education. Online education studies with the distance education system are the most popular development of this period. The study aims to determine the opinions of Turkish teachers who teach Turkish to foreigners on the positive and negative aspects of distance online education and formal education. Using the qualitative research method, the opinions of the teachers who participated in the survey were compiled through Google forms. After three demographic questions in the survey, twelve 5-point Likert scale questions were asked. As a result of the study, it has been concluded that distance education does not need institutional spaces compared to online education, but there are advantages such as financial opportunity, transportation, and time, but face-to-face teaching is much more functional in terms of the efficiency of the courses and gains. From now on, it has become necessary to develop hybrid teaching models in which both face-to-face and online courses are used together and to use them in a more planned and organized way.
KEYWORDS (English)
Covid-19 pandemic, distance learning, teaching Turkish to foreigners, teacher’s opinions on Covid-19.
CITATION (APA)
yucel, D., AKBALABAN, C., UYGUR, E. O., YILMAZ, S., ERASLAN, F., ERTEKİN, M., & AKÇA, H. (2022). TEACHERS' OPINIONS ON TEACHING TURKISH TO FOREIGNERS AT A DISTANCE DURING AND AFTER THE COVID-19 PERIOD. Journal of Research in Turkic Languages, 4(2), 15-29. https://doi.org/10.34099/jrtl.421
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