Ciler Hatipoglu

Ciler Hatipoglu
Middle East Technical University | METU · Department of Foreign Language Education

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The "Language Phylogeny Poster" (LangPP) project (Family Trees of Languages) is a series of three educational posters based on recent work in historical linguistics-the study of the evolution of languages-using, among others, the same phylogenetic methods commonly applied in the life sciences (population genetics, Bayesian inference, etc.). The pos...
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List of all 64 posters (as of April 2022) with hyperlinks to each poster on ResearchGate. * Click on the ‘X’ within a box to open the respective page of the poster on ResearchGate from where it can be downloaded. Posters available in English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, French, German, Italian, Greek, Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish, Polish, Russian, Ukrai...
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"DÜNYA DİL AİLELERİ" posterleri – seçilmiş önemli dillerin ve dil ailelerinin ilişkileri ve kökenlerine genel bir bakış sağlayan üç eğitim posterinden oluşan bir dizidir. Posterlerin tümü burada üç sayfalık tek bir PDF dokümanı olarak derlenmiştir (A0 boyutuna kadar yazdırılabilir).
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COLE TCH, SIEBERT-COLE E, HATİPOĞLU Ç (2022) DÜNYA DİL AİLELERİ – BÖLÜM II: Amerikan, Transavrasya, Çin-Tibet, Hmong-Mien, Kra-Dai, Avustroasya, Avustronezya, Turkish version of: COLE, SIEBERT-COLE (2022) FAMILY TREE of LANGUAGES, PART II: American, Transeurasian, Sino-Tibetan, Hmong-Mien, Kra-Dai, Austro-Asiatic, Austronesian • seçili diller ve di...
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COLE TCH, SIEBERT-COLE E, HATIPOĞLU Ç (2022) DÜNYA DİL AİLELERİ – BÖLÜM III: Afrika, Dravid, Ural, Kafkas, Afro-Asya, Turkish version of: COLE, SIEBERT-COLE (2022) FAMILY TREE of LANGUAGES, PART III: African, Dravidian, Uralic, Caucasian, Afro-Asiatic • seçili diller ve dil aileleri • filolinguistik analizlere dayanan varsayımsal dil ailesi (bkz. a...
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COLE TCH, SIEBERT-COLE E, HATİPOĞLU Ç (2022) DÜNYA DİL AİLELERİ ‒ BÖLÜM I: Hint-Avrupa, Turkish version of: COLE, SIEBERT-COLE (2022) FAMILY TREE of LANGUAGES, PART I: Indo-European • seçili diller ve dil aileleri • filolinguistik analizlere dayanan varsayımsal dil ailesi (temel olarak Rama 2016 ve Garett 2018 çalışmalarından uyarlanmıştır) • yeni...
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The current study presents and discusses the historical and sociocultural contexts and policies related to foreign language teaching and assessment in the last two centuries (1700-1922) of an “extraordinary empire, with roots in the Byzantine, Turkish, Islamic, and Renaissance political and cultural tradition” (Quataert, 2005, p. xi). This is the p...
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Yabancı dilde ölçme ve değerlendirme, yabancı dil öğretmen adaylarının geliştirmesi gereken en önemli (Berry, Sheehan & Munro, 2019; Hatipoğlu, 2015, 2017; Levi & Inbar-Lorie, 2020; Stiggins, 2002) aynı zamanda da en zor alanlardan biridir (O’Loughlin, 2006). Ölçme ve değerlendirme bilgisi önemlidir çünkü farklı eğitim bağlamlarında yürütülen çalış...
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This chapter presents and discusses various formative assessment strategies that language teachers can use to assess their students writing and speaking skills development.
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The 2021 EUROCALL conference engaged just under 250 speakers from 40 different countries. Cnam Paris and Sorbonne Université joined forces to host and organise the event despite the challenging context due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Originally programmed to be held on site in the heart of Paris, France, the EUROCALL organising team and executive com...
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Online crowdsourcing sites/platforms have become popular in recent years, and the first aim of this study is to uncover what crowdsourcing resources language learners in Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of North Macedonia and Poland know about and use. The other two goals of the study are to uncover what crowdsourcing games or websites...
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Online crowdsourcing sites/platforms have become popular in recent years. This study aims to uncover when, where, and how language learners in Turkey (TUR), Poland (POL), Macedonia (MAC), and Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) make use of the available crowdsourcing websites/games to learn foreign languages. To ensure parallelism among the data collected...
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In spring 2020 both teachers and learners experienced the interruption of education as it had been established for over 150 years and seemed to be unchangeable. The paper focuses on students’ perspectives on how they perceive the changes in learning due to the pandemic educational emergency response based on the results of a survey of students in f...
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The paper presents a cross-European survey on teachers and crowdsourcing. The survey examines how familiar language teachers are with the concept of crowdsourcing and addresses their attitude towards including crowdsourcing into language teaching activities. The survey was administrated via an online questionnaire and collected volunteers' data on:...
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In the study reported here we focus on proverbs in English Language Teaching (ELT) coursebooks and how the pithy structure and the "wisdom"-loaded content of proverbs can contribute to the development of foreign language learners' communicative competence as defined by Bachman (1990). We discuss how the most frequently used coursebooks in the conte...
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This study is concerned with the informal dimension of formative assessment (FA) in an L2 classroom. It examines those instances that are embedded into everyday learning activities and that emerge in and through classroom interaction contingently, continuously and flexibly. Drawing on the methodological underpinnings of Conversation Analysis (CA),...
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This study aims to reveal the situation about proverb instruction in EFL classrooms by seeking future English teachers’ opinions. It is based on the argument that proverbs are an important part of cultural references, figurative, functional and formulaic language; thereby, they lend themselves well to enhancing communicative competence. This study...
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This study investigates Reference to a Past Learning Event (RPLE) in an L2 instructional setting using Conversation Analysis (CA). It involves the analysis of video-recordings of an EFL class (55 classroom hours) in a preparatory school at a state university. Using CA, it uncovers how teachers make RPLE and contingently extend the main instructiona...
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Writing argumentative paragraphs is challenging even in one’s first language (L1) since in order to fulfil their goals writers need to carefully choose among the available metadiscoursive tools and skilfully balance their use. Writing in a foreign language (L2) is even more challenging because language learners are usually familiar only with a limi...
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It is now commonly accepted that academic discourses tend to provide venues for participants to interact where the producer needs to display an awareness of the audience, and metadiscourse (MD) is the set of tools enabling the involved parties to establish relationships. MD strategies allow writers to project themselves into their work, signal thei...
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The introductory linguistics courses have been a constant component of the pre-service English Language Teaching (ELT) curricula in Turkey since 1944 when the ELT Department at Gazi Institute of Education was establishment (Hatipoğlu 2017; Hatipoğlu & Erçetin, 2016). In Turkey, no ELT student can graduate and become a language teacher without takin...
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Taking metadiscourse as their starting point, the contributions to this edited volume focus both on the interactive and cross-cultural aspects of written texts from varying genres. Using rich and innovative data collection and analysis methods, comparing and contrasting patterns in frequently studied (English, Japanese) with understudied (Turkish,...
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The values and world views of different nations are reflected in their educational systems (Barnwell 1996). The methodologies they use to train language teachers and to assess language proficiency not only mirror and reinforce general attitudes about language and language learning but also create closed systems that are usually highly resistant to...
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Assessment is one of the cornerstones of the educational process but perceptions and needs related to assessment are evolving and changing and might be context dependent. Therefore, foreign language teacher training programs should monitor, revise and regularly innovate their English Language Testing and Evaluation (ELTE) courses so that they prepa...
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This paper presents and discusses the first stages in the construction of the Middle East Technical University Turkish English Exam Corpus (METU TEEC), which has been compiled by a research team at Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey. The corpus consists of 1914 Linguistics and ELT exam papers (955483 words in total) written in...
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Drawing on Communities of Practice (CoP) (Wenger 1998) and some aspects of Brown and Levinson's Politeness Theory (1987), this study examines both qualitatively and quantitatively apology data collected through Discourse Completion Tests (DCTs) from 414 (195 Female and 219 Male) Turkish and British university students. The findings of the study sup...
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This paper examines how the bald-on-record refusal ‘NO’ of a request is evaluated by male and female native speakers of Turkish. It also tries to uncover whether or not the distance between the interlocutors and the gender of the individual refusing the request affect the way refusals are classified on the polite-rude continuum. The data analysed i...
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This study, first, identifies the groups of interlocutors that university students address with the familiar second person pronoun SEN and uncovers the social meanings that are most frequently associated with SEN by this group of subjects. Then, it examines whether or not Brown and Gilman’s (1960) ‘Power and Solidarity’ model is able to explain all...
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This study aims to uncover whether or not factors such as national and professional identities and the medium of interaction (i.e., e-mails), affect the way Turkish and British conference organisers begin their Call for Papers for international conferences (CFPIC), and when and how they use inclusive ‘we’ pronouns in messages written in English. Th...
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Easy access, speed and efficiency have placed e-mailing firmly among the main mediums of communication in the last few decades. Therefore, in the recent years there has been a growing interest in the so called e-mail language (Baron 1998a, b; Hatipoglu 2004) and some researchers have claimed that a distinct medium of interaction with universally va...
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Advances in technology, easy access and efficiency have firmly established e-mailing as an important medium of communication in the last few decades. Nowadays, all over the world, especially in educational organisations, the medium has started to rapidly replace the more traditional forms of communication such as mailed letters and telephone conver...

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IMPORTANT UPDATE (01.12.2020): The MAG conference was meant to take place at Universitat Jaume on 27 and 28 May 2021, but since it is difficult to predict what the situation will be like and taking into account the safety and health of the participants, the Organising Committee has decided to host MAG2021 as an Online Conference. http://www.metadiscourseacrossgenres.com/mag2021.html We are once again pleased to announce that 3rd Metadiscourse Across Genres Conference (MAG2021) will be held at Universitat Jaume I de Castelló (Spain) between 27-28 May 2021 with the participation of key figures in the field as plenary speakers and participants. The conference aims to bring together scholars, researchers and professionals from different disciplinary backgrounds, especially those interested language (academic & non-academic) and communication research in both traditional and digital genres, L2 teaching and related areas.​ The following PLENARY SPEAKERS have been confirmed: ​ ● Prof. John Flowerdew (Lancaster University, United Kingdom) ● Prof. Rosa Lorés Sanz (University of Zaragoza, Spain) ● Prof. Paul Thompson (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom) MAG2021 organizing committee invites contributions related but not limited to the following specific topics: ​ 1. Tools for analysing Metadiscourse 2. Intra/Inter/Cross-Cultural Metadiscourse in (digital) academic texts 3. Intra/Inter/Cross-Cultural Metadiscourse in (digital) non-academic texts 4. Recent Theories and perspectives about Metadiscourse 5. Cross-disciplinary and cross genre Metadiscourse analysis of spoken and written discourses 6. Other (please specify) Note: Papers related to other areas of Metadiscourse will also be considered.
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The project aims to compare and contrast the structure, goals and level of politeness of the complaints posted on Aegean and Turkish Airlines’ corporate Facebook pages by native speakers of Greek and Turkish as responses to marketing updates.