A Virtual Vocabulary Teacher for Language Distinction Training of Immigration Officers
Yasemin Kubilay, Dept. of Turkish Language and Literature/Turkish Language as a Foreign Language Teaching, Uşak University, Uşak, Turkey, Ibrahim Atakan Kubilay, ept. of Computer Science/Computer Engineering, Dokuz Eylül University, İzmir, Turkey
International Journal of Innovation and Economic Development
Learning and studying a language is not only about learning its grammatical structures and syntactic properties. It also has a lot to do with encountering a new culture, experiencing it firsthand and learning about it. Someone who has encountered a new language and observed people using it natively, will instinctively compare and that new culture to his and come up with several syntheses. This study is about to determine and examine linguistic problems, revealing, with what kind of linguistic
... assifications students struggle throughout the learning process and to examine the advantages of which language learning strategies suits best for Turkish students in middle school, high school levels and university levels , as well as, German , Irish , French, Danish (held by the Comenius Lifelong Learning project to the EU-National Agency support) Spanish at the high school level and college-level Moroccan , South-North-Central African , Iranian and Afghan students (TOMER). Three questions have been tried to answered in this study; How do the stud ents classify their linguistic problems, how do their life experiences play a role in them becoming aware of their own linguistic capabilities and lastly, which language learning methods help them best in overcoming difficulties faced in everyday situations. Also, we have researched the virtual sides deeply in these areas. Our study consists of a B2 level language learner (CEF), the learners' vocabulary resource, the methodologies used in vocabulary teaching, analysing the lessons and their assessment with feedback and results. We have taken the data from the departments of computer and linguistics sciences. The purpose of our study is to model various methods and explain through examples, the teaching of Turkish language to students of various age groups. We investigate language teaching for foreigners all over the world according to some new approaches that we study for ten years. Linguistics, ontology, neurolinguistics and learners who are children-babies and disabled humans. By the help of innovative researches, believe that good people deserve the good; actually, all people and living things. Science and new research serve this aim/goal.