ENGLISH LINGUISTICS PROGRAM
|Course Code||PREP GRA. (A)|
|Course Title||Grammar I|
|Instructor||Asst. Prof. Dr. Özlem KURTOĞLU|
|Office Hours||Friday 14:50 – 16:30|
|OBJECTIVE(S) OF THE COURSE|
|The aim of the course is to provide students with a general overview of the basic grammar rules and to enable them to apply these rules correctly.|
|– 18.09.2014– 19.09.2014||IntroductionTenses|
|– 25.09.2014– 26.09.2014||Present and Future TimePresent and Future Time||Maurer (1-8)Maurer (9-15)|
|– 02.10.2014– 03.10.2014||Past TimePast Time||Maurer (16-21)Maurer (22-32)|
|– 09.10.2014– 10.10.2014||Simple and Progressive: Action and Non-Action VerbsSimple and Progressive: Action and Non-Action Verbs||Maurer (33-43)Maurer (44-53)|
|– 16.10.2014– 17.10.2014||Be and Auxiliaries in Additions, Tags, and Short AnswersModals to Express Degrees of Necessity||Maurer (56-71)Maurer (72-88)|
|– 23.10.2014– 24.10.2014||Modals to Express Degrees of CertaintyModals to Express Degrees of Certainty||Maurer (89-96)Maurer (96-112)|
|– 30.10.2014– 31.10.2014||Count and Non-Count NounsDefinite and Indefinite Articles||Maurer (114-127)Maurer (128-136)|
|– 06.11.2014– 07.11.2014||1st MidtermDefinite and Indefinite Articles||Maurer (137-140)|
|– 13.11.2014– 14.11.2014||QuantifiersQuantifiers||Maurer (141-149)Maurer (149-152)|
|– 20.11.2014– 21.11.2014||Modification of NounsModification of Nouns||Maurer (153-160)Maurer (161-178)|
|– 27.11.2014– 28.11.2014||Adjective Clauses: Review and ExpansionAdjective Clauses: Review and Expansion||Maurer (180-190)Maurer (191-194)|
|– 04.12.2014– 05.12.2014||Adjective Clauses with Prepositions; Adjective PhrasesAdjective Clauses with Prepositions; Adjective Phrases||Maurer (195-202)Maurer (203-218)|
|– 11.12.2014– 12.12.2014||The Passive: Review and ExpansionThe Passive: Review and Expansion||Maurer (220-228)Maurer (229-234)|
|– 18.12.2014– 19.12.2014||The Passive to Describe Situations and to Report OpinionsThe Passive to Describe Situations and to Report Opinions||Maurer (235-242)Maurer (242-255)|
|– 25.12.2014– 26.12.2014||2nd MidtermReview||Maurer (235-242)Maurer (242-255)|
|Textbook(s)||Maurer, Jay. (2006). Focus on Grammar 5: An Integrated Skills Approach (3rd Edition). New York: Longman.|
|Supplementary Reading(s)||Foley, Mark & Hall, Diane. (2005). Advanced Learner’s Grammar. (4th Edition). Essex: Longman.Pollock, Carrol. (1997). Communicate What You Mean: A Concise Advanced Grammar. (2nd Edition). New York: Longman.|
|1st Mid-Term2nd Midterm||1515|
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