A Case Study on Teaching Turkish through Distance Education

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  • Üzeyir SÜĞÜMLÜ Ordu University, Faculty of Education, Turkey




COVID-19 pandemic, distance education, emergency remote teaching, teaching Turkish


The purpose of this study was to examine the status of secondary school Turkish education in distance education during the COVID-19 pandemic period in Turkey according to the opinions and observations of Turkish teachers. The fact that there are no studies examining the use of distance education in secondary school native language teaching constitutes the reason for the research. The research was carried out by the case study, one of the qualitative research designs. The participants of the study group in the first phase were 30 secondary school Turkish teachers, who worked in various schools in Turkey and taught online distance education courses in the spring semester of 2019-2020. The participants of the second phase of the study were 16 Turkish teachers who meet the above criteria. A semi-structured interview was held with the first group, while participants of the second group prepared observation reports on their live courses. The data collection tools of the research consist of a semi-structured interview form and a course observation form. Data collection tools were transformed into online forms and delivered online to the study group. The data of the research was collected over a period of one month and the document analysis technique was used to collect the data. The research data were analyzed using the content analysis method. The categorical analysis, one of the types of content analysis, was used in the study.




How to Cite

SÜĞÜMLÜ, Üzeyir. (2021). A Case Study on Teaching Turkish through Distance Education. International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 8(1), 174–190. https://doi.org/10.17220/ijpes.2021.8.1.278