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Z. Mine Derince was a faculty member at the School of Foreign Languages at Marmara University, Turkey for more than 20 years. She has been working at Department of English and American Studies at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin since 2019. She holds a PhD in English Language Education, Boğaziçi University, Turkey. Her research areas include critical literacy, critical pedagogy, multilingualism, language planning and policy, curriculum and material design, and English as a Lingua Franca.
After passing their university entry exam, students who wish to study a subject at one of the Turkish universities offering English-medium courses attend a one-year preparatory class. At the end of this, they need to pass an English language proficiency exam in order to be admitted to their chosen course of study. The existing curriculum for such p...
This paper seeks to picture the politically and ideologically-oriented power relations and inequalities that link to their social, economic, and cultural relations in the education system of Turkey. An in-class project is conducted with students learning English in a preparatory class in a state university that concentrates on scrutinizing the exis...
ENROPE is an international, cooperative project aiming to provide high-quality qualification and networking structures for junior researchers in the field of language education and plurilingualism. The project was developed from within the LANGSCAPE network. ENROPE operates at the interface of language education research, language teaching and professional development in order to develop more plurilingual mind-sets and practices.