This report highlights that there are programs of bilingual education undertaken in turkey and the possible ways that can be used to teach English in a more efficient way. Finally, the problems experienced in teaching and acquisition of English language in turkey and especially the minority communities, Kurdish and Armenian and the possible solutions that can be adopted in attempt to solve the problem of acquisition and teaching of English language.As the discussion stresses the geography of turkey is feasible, the climate is warm hence very conducive for human life and is very rich in natural resources, and thus it attracted people from different areas. There are different languages that the researchers have used over time; this gives the evidence of turkey as a bilingual state. The nationality of turkey has undergone changes over time resulting from the change of its nature and constituency. Turkey has been concentrating on issues concern the building of its nation since the twentieth century but currently it has undergone several changes into a state power despite the social problems it undergoes. The citizens of Turkey were disappointed by the hegemonic system of government where their hopes very high, consequently, the government failed. The military coup that took place in 1960 showed the failure of this system of government which was later followed by several interventions of the military. ...Show more
This paper presents bilingualism in Turkey which is where by individuals or a society as a whole is competent in more than one official language. Turkey is one of the bilingual societies comprised of minority language speakers such as the Kurdish and Armenian…
A country that will be evaluated in this paper in order to determine if the location is a good place for investment and development is Turkey. Turkey is located between Europe and Asia near the entrance of the Black Sea. The size of Turkey is 302,633 square miles which roughly the size of Texas.
The content contains a varying amount of each of the two languages and both are used through a defined and established program. They may be transitional, two way, dual language or late exit bilingual education models. The issue of Bilingual Education is one of the hot topics in the American education system right now and has been so for several years with each group strengthening their stands.
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The author of the paper highlights the fact the mission of NABE is to cultivate a multilingual multicultural society by supporting and promoting policy, programs, pedagogy, research, and professional development. In its turn, professional development yields academic success, value native language, lead to English proficiency and respect cultural and linguistic diversity.
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