A Comparative Investigation on Turkish, Korean and Finnish Mother Tongue Course Curriculums

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Abstract

Mother tongue underlies the learning in any field as it is the whole of comprehension and expression skills. In this regard, mother tongue instruction which is provided for individuals to use their native languages effectively becomes essential. In this study, Korean and Finnish mother tongue curriculums, which are among the countries scoring the highest mark in reading in internationally recognized PISA testing, were compared to Turkish course curriculum (6th, 7th, 8th grades) in terms of linguistic skills, objective, content, process of learning-teaching and measurement-assessment basis. The data were obtained by means of document investigation. In consequence of the conducted comparative study, it has been determined that there are similar and different implementations among the curriculums applied in mother tongue instruction in terms of linguistic skills, objectives, contents, learning-teaching processes and measurement-assessment. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Yıldız, D. (2015). A Comparative Investigation on Turkish, Korean and Finnish Mother Tongue Course Curriculums. TED EĞİTİM VE BİLİM, 40(179). https://doi.org/10.15390/eb.2015.4166

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