Yıl: 2011 Cilt: 11 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 2111 - 2134 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi

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Son yıllarda tüm dil ve beceri öğretimi yaklaşımlarının birleşimi olarak kabul edilen dengeli okuma yazma yaklaşımı, dil öğretiminde giderek yaygınlaşmaktadır. Okul genelinde gerçekleştirilmiş olan bu eylem araştırmasının amacı dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi ortamı yaratmak ve Anadolu Üniversitesi, Engelliler Entegre Yüksekokulu’na devam eden işitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma yazma öğretimine dayalı etkinliklerin etkilerini betimlemektir. Bu araştırma 2005 Güz ve 2009 Bahar eğitim öğretim dönemlerinde yapılmıştır. Okuldaki gönüllü öğrenciler ve öğretim elemanları araştırmanın katılımcılarıdır. Okuldaki sekiz deneyimli öğretim elemanı sürekli ve sistematik olarak verileri gözden geçirmişlerdir. Çeşitli verilere süregelen nitel olarak betimsel ve tümevarımsal ve nicel olarak betimsel veri analizleri uygulanmıştır. Bu makalede gerçekleştirilen dengeli okuma yazma öğrenme öğretme modelinin işleyişi ve öğrencilerdeki etkilerine odaklanılmıştır. Bu araştırmada uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretiminin uygulanmasının öğrencilerin okuma-yazma becerilerinin gelişmesine, okuma-yazma-dil derslerini uygulayan öğretim elemanlarının mesleki ve kişisel gelişimlerine, okuldaki öğretim programının kapsamının ve uygulanışının gelişimine olumlu katkıları olduğu görülmüştür. Bu araştırmadan elde edilen bulgularla işitme engelli öğrencilerin okuma yazmalarıyla ilgili öğretim programlarının hazırlanmasına, ulusal ve uluslararası alanyazına katkıda bulunulacağı beklenmektedir.
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Konular: Eğitim, Eğitim Araştırmaları Eğitim, Özel

An examination of balanced literacy instructional model implemented to youths with hearing loss

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Recently, the balanced literacy approach, a combination of whole language and skill development approaches has received attention in literacy instruction. The purpose of this school-based action research was to create a balanced literacy environment, and to describe the impacts of the various instructional activities based on the balanced literacy approach on literacy development of the youths with hearing loss attending a vocational school for the handicapped, Anadolu University, Turkey. This study was conducted between 2005 Fall Term and 2009 Spring Term. The volunteer students and the school instructors were the main participants of the study. Eight experienced faculty members of the school continuously and systematically reviewed the data. An ongoing qualitative (inductive and descriptive) and quantitative (descriptive ) data analyses were applied to various kind data sources. This article summarizes the emerged literacy instruction model and some of the achievements. This action research effort provided some improvements for the literacy instructional programs applied in the School and the literacy performance of the hearing impaired students. Based on the outcomes of the study efforts, it is also expected that this set of data would provide basis for creating literacy curricula and the area of literacy of hearing impaired students in Turkey and abroad.
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Konular: Eğitim, Eğitim Araştırmaları Eğitim, Özel
Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Bibliyografik
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APA Uzuner Y, GİRGİN Ü, KAYA Z, Karasu G, GİRİGİN M, ERDİKEN B, CAVKAYTAR S, TANRIDILER A (2011). İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. , 2111 - 2134.
Chicago Uzuner Yildiz,GİRGİN Ümit,KAYA ZEHRANUR,Karasu Güzin,GİRİGİN M. Cem,ERDİKEN BEHRAM,CAVKAYTAR SERAP,TANRIDILER AYSE İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. (2011): 2111 - 2134.
MLA Uzuner Yildiz,GİRGİN Ümit,KAYA ZEHRANUR,Karasu Güzin,GİRİGİN M. Cem,ERDİKEN BEHRAM,CAVKAYTAR SERAP,TANRIDILER AYSE İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. , 2011, ss.2111 - 2134.
AMA Uzuner Y,GİRGİN Ü,KAYA Z,Karasu G,GİRİGİN M,ERDİKEN B,CAVKAYTAR S,TANRIDILER A İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. . 2011; 2111 - 2134.
Vancouver Uzuner Y,GİRGİN Ü,KAYA Z,Karasu G,GİRİGİN M,ERDİKEN B,CAVKAYTAR S,TANRIDILER A İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. . 2011; 2111 - 2134.
IEEE Uzuner Y,GİRGİN Ü,KAYA Z,Karasu G,GİRİGİN M,ERDİKEN B,CAVKAYTAR S,TANRIDILER A "İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi." , ss.2111 - 2134, 2011.
ISNAD Uzuner, Yildiz vd. "İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi". (2011), 2111-2134.
APA Uzuner Y, GİRGİN Ü, KAYA Z, Karasu G, GİRİGİN M, ERDİKEN B, CAVKAYTAR S, TANRIDILER A (2011). İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri, 11(4), 2111 - 2134.
Chicago Uzuner Yildiz,GİRGİN Ümit,KAYA ZEHRANUR,Karasu Güzin,GİRİGİN M. Cem,ERDİKEN BEHRAM,CAVKAYTAR SERAP,TANRIDILER AYSE İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri 11, no.4 (2011): 2111 - 2134.
MLA Uzuner Yildiz,GİRGİN Ümit,KAYA ZEHRANUR,Karasu Güzin,GİRİGİN M. Cem,ERDİKEN BEHRAM,CAVKAYTAR SERAP,TANRIDILER AYSE İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri, vol.11, no.4, 2011, ss.2111 - 2134.
AMA Uzuner Y,GİRGİN Ü,KAYA Z,Karasu G,GİRİGİN M,ERDİKEN B,CAVKAYTAR S,TANRIDILER A İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri. 2011; 11(4): 2111 - 2134.
Vancouver Uzuner Y,GİRGİN Ü,KAYA Z,Karasu G,GİRİGİN M,ERDİKEN B,CAVKAYTAR S,TANRIDILER A İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri. 2011; 11(4): 2111 - 2134.
IEEE Uzuner Y,GİRGİN Ü,KAYA Z,Karasu G,GİRİGİN M,ERDİKEN B,CAVKAYTAR S,TANRIDILER A "İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi." Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri, 11, ss.2111 - 2134, 2011.
ISNAD Uzuner, Yildiz vd. "İşitme engelli gençlere uygulanan dengeli okuma-yazma öğretimi modelinin incelenmesi". Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri 11/4 (2011), 2111-2134.