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ERCIYES UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF FINE ARTS
I. GENERAL INFORMATION
Atatürk Principles and Revolution History
First/Fall
Ceramic and Glass Design
Lec. Hikmet Zeki KAPCI
Course Title
Year & Semester
Department
Teaching Staff
Local Credit: 0
ECTS Credit: 1
Pre-requisites: None
Language of Instruction:
Turkish
Faculty Contact Information:
Erciyes University, Atatürk Principles and Revolution History Department, 38039 Kayseri / TURKEY
Phone: 90 352 437 49 37 / 12001
E-posta: [email protected]
Web:
http://abis.erciyes.edu.tr/Sorgu.aspx?Sorgu=2270
Office hours: Tuesday 1010 - 12000
II. COURSE INFORMATION
COURSE TYPE and LEVEL: Required
:
Elective
:
Core
:
Related
:
Minor :
Elementary (Basic):
Intermediate : 
Advanced:
Specialized:
SUMMARY OF INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
To teach the history of modern Turkish history, Atatürk’s Principles and the history of Turkish renovation
SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS:
Only undergraduate students are accepted for the course
STUDENT WORK LOAD:
Hours
Lectures
26
Seminars
0
Classes
0
Tutorials
0
Fieldwork
0
Other
0
Private Study
0
TOTAL
26
a) SUMMARY OF ASSESSMENT METHODS:
Written Research Proposal and Written Examination.
The class meets for two lectures a week, each consisting of two 50-minute sessions and a Problem session of
50-minute duration. 6-7 sets of homework problems are assigned per semester. Homework is not collected but
similar problems are asked in announced quizzes. There are two in-class mid-term exams and a final exam.
b) ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Overall Breakdown:
Examination: 30% + 70%
Element 1
1 hour unseen examination paper
30%
Final Exam
1 hour unseen examination paper
70%
POLICIES:
Attendance: Students are required to attend all classes and to submit their essays and assignments on time. The
more you participate, the more you will learn - and only you can learn the material - I cannot learn it for you. So
participate in class! Use my office hours! Use email to ask questions! You are expected to do the assigned
readings before coming to class. Readings are listed at the end of page. You should read these critically, asking
questions as you go - What does this mean (do I understand it)? Why is it important to the study of research
methodologies? When and how would I use this information? How does this information relate to other
information we've learned in class (or in other classes)? As you do the assigned readings, ask yourself the
following questions: What did I learn that I didn't know before? What did I already know, but gained a better
understanding of? What am I still confused about?
Lateness: Late attendances and submission will be not accepted. Students should not ask for exceptions.
Academic Integrity: All students are expected to adhere to University policies concerning scholastic integrity.
Any form of scholastic dishonesty will not be tolerated, Scholastic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to,
cheating, plagiarism, falsifying academic records, and any act designed to give unfair academic advantage to the
student.
COURSE CONTENTS (PROGRAMME OF STUDY/SYLLABUS)
DATE
SUBJECT
HOUR
METHOD
st
Acquaintance And Revolution’ Comprehend
2
lectures
nd
Otoman Empire’s Ruin
2
lectures
rd
Renovation Movement
2
lectures
th
Tripoli War, Balkan War
2
lectures
th
I. Word War And Front
2
lectures
th
Matter of Ermenian
2
lectures
th
Mondros Truce
2
lectures
1 Week
2 Week
3 Week
4 Week
5 Week
6 Week
7 Week
th
EXAM
th
EXAM
8 Week
9 Week
th
Mustafa Kemal Pasa’s Samsun of Way Out
2
lectures
th
Amasya, Erzurum and Sivas’ Congress
2
lectures
th
12 Week
National of Treaty and Turkish Grand National Assembly’s
Opening
2
lectures
13 th Week
East, South and West Front
2
lectures
10 Week
11 Week
th
14 Week
Sevr and Lozan Agree
FINAL EXAM
FINAL EXAM
RECOMMENDED READING:
1. ATATÜRK, Mustafa Kemal, Nutuk (1919-1927), ( Hazırlayan: Zeynep Korkmaz), Atatürk Araştırma
Merkezi Yayınları, Ankara 2000.
2.
Atatürk’ün Söylev ve Demeçleri, C. I-II-III, Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi Yayınları, Ankara 1997.
3.
Atay Falih Rıfkı, Çankaya, Bateş Yayınları, İstanbul,1980.
4.
A Abadan Yavuz, Atatürk ve İlkeleri, Varlık Yayınları, İstanbul, 1963.
5.
İNAN, Afet, Medenî Bilgiler ve Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’ün El yazıları, Ankara 1969
ERCIYES UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF FINE ARTS
I. GENERAL INFORMATION
Atatürk Principles and Revolution History
Spring,
Course Title
Year & Semester
Department
Teaching Staff
Lec. Hikmet Zeki KAPCI
Local Credit: 2 0 2
ECTS Credit: 1
Pre-requisites: None
Language of Instruction:
Turkish
Faculty Contact Information:
Erciyes University, Atatürk Principles and Revolution History Department, 38039 Kayseri / TURKEY
Phone: 90 352 437 49 37 / 12001
E-posta: [email protected]
Web:
http://abis.erciyes.edu.tr/Sorgu.aspx?Sorgu=2270
Office hours: Tuesday 1010 - 12000
II. COURSE INFORMATION
COURSE TYPE and LEVEL: Required
:
Elective
:
Core
:
Related
:
Minor :
Elementary (Basic):
Intermediate : 
Advanced:
Specialized:
SUMMARY OF INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
To teach the history of modern Turkish history, Atatürk’s Principles and the history of Turkish renovation
SUMMARY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS:
Only undergraduate students are accepted for the course
STUDENT WORK LOAD:
Hours
Lectures
2
Seminars
0
Classes
0
Tutorials
0
Fieldwork
0
Other
0
Private Study
0
TOTAL
2
a) SUMMARY OF ASSESSMENT METHODS:
Written Research Proposal and Written Examination.
The class meets for two lectures a week, each consisting of two 50-minute sessions and a Problem session of
50-minute duration. 6-7 sets of homework problems are assigned per semester. Homework is not collected but
similar problems are asked in announced quizzes. There are two in-class mid-term exams and a final exam.
b) ASSESSMENT ARRANGEMENTS:
Overall Breakdown:
Examination: 30% + 70%
Element 1
1 hour unseen examination paper
30%
Final Exam
1 hour unseen examination paper
70%
POLICIES:
Attendance: Students are required to attend all classes and to submit their essays and assignments on time. The
more you participate, the more you will learn - and only you can learn the material - I cannot learn it for you. So
participate in class! Use my office hours! Use email to ask questions! You are expected to do the assigned
readings before coming to class. Readings are listed at the end of page. You should read these critically, asking
questions as you go - What does this mean (do I understand it)? Why is it important to the study of research
methodologies? When and how would I use this information? How does this information relate to other
information we've learned in class (or in other classes)? As you do the assigned readings, ask yourself the
following questions: What did I learn that I didn't know before? What did I already know, but gained a better
understanding of? What am I still confused about?
Lateness: Late attendances and submission will be not accepted. Students should not ask for exceptions.
Academic Integrity: All students are expected to adhere to University policies concerning scholastic integrity.
Any form of scholastic dishonesty will not be tolerated, Scholastic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to,
cheating, plagiarism, falsifying academic records, and any act designed to give unfair academic advantage to the
student.
COURSE CONTENTS (PROGRAMME OF STUDY/SYLLABUS)
DATE
SUBJECT
HOUR
METHOD
Demolishing of Sovereignty (Sultanate) and Declaration of
the Republic
2
lectures
2nd Week
Demolishing of Khaliphate
Reforms on Education and Culture
2
lectures
3rd Week
Reforms on Law
Studies Of Application Of Democracy
2
lectures
4th Week
Change Of The Alphabet History and Language Reforms
2
lectures
1st Week
th
5 Week
Reforms on Social arena and Reforms on Economic Arena
2
lectures
th
Republicanism and Nationalism
2
lectures
th
Popularism and Laicism
2
lectures
6 Week
7 Week
th
EXAM
th
EXAM
8 Week
9 Week
th
10 Week
Statism and Reformism Integrative Principles National
Sovereignty National Freedom National Unity and
Togetherness
2
lectures
11 th Week
Turkish Foreign Policy Between 1923-1932
2
lectures
Turkish Foreign Policy during the Period of Atatürk
2
lectures
13 Week
Balkan Entente, Sadabad Pact
Turkey is a member of the League of Nations and the
Montreux Straits Convention
2
lectures
14 th Week
Issue of Mosul , Issue of Hatay
2
lectures
th
12 Week
th
FINAL EXAM
FINAL EXAM
RECOMMENDED READING:
1. ATATÜRK, Mustafa Kemal, Nutuk (1919-1927), ( Hazırlayan: Zeynep Korkmaz), Atatürk Araştırma
Merkezi Yayınları, Ankara 2000.
2.
Atatürk’ün Söylev ve Demeçleri, C. I-II-III, Atatürk Araştırma Merkezi Yayınları, Ankara 1997.
3.
Atay Falih Rıfkı, Çankaya, Bateş Yayınları, İstanbul,1980.
4.
A Abadan Yavuz, Atatürk ve İlkeleri, Varlık Yayınları, İstanbul, 1963.
5.
İNAN, Afet, Medenî Bilgiler ve Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’ün El yazıları, Ankara 1969

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