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THE CYPRUS TURKISH EDUCATION SYSTEM

Foreign Language Teaching Objectives:

In English;

It has been aimed at providing the pupil to reach to the level of B2 of European Standards in English at the end of the 9th grade.

Objectives identified according to proficiency levels are as follows:

Listening comprehension: he can understand daily speech, TV programs and films in standard dialect without too much effort. He can understand the main ideas of the speech on concrete and abstract topics.

Reading comprehension: He can understand and read short articles and texts on subject matters and topics of personal interest.

Spoken Interaction: He can express himself fluently and spontaneously without too much obvious searching for expressions. He can take part in a conversation by presenting appropriate explanation, ideas and comments. He can clearly express his ideas and opinions and relate them to those of other speakers.

Spoken Production: He can describe the topics clearly and in detail, summarize the parts of the documentaries, interviews and the news; explain his ideas on a cause-effect relation basis and make estimation.

Writing: He can express the topics related to subject matters and personal interest in clear, detailed and well-structured texts. He can write essays on social issues and short critics on a film or a book in line with his age level. He can write letters, essays and reports highlighting the personal significance of topics.

In German or French

It has been aimed at providing the pupil to reach to the level of B1 of European Standards in German/French at the end of the 12th grade.

Objectives identified according to proficiency levels are as follows:

Listening Comprehension: He can understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school etc. He can understand the main points of many radio or TV programs on current affairs or topics of personal interest when the delivery is slow and clear.

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