META-ANALYSIS STUDY ON THE ARTICLES WRITTEN ABOUT THE ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS IN TURKISH TEACHING
TÜRKÇE ÖĞRETİMİNDE ÖĞRENCİ TUTUMLARINA YÖNELİK YAZILAN MAKALELER ÜZERİNE META-ANALİZ ÇALIŞMASI

Author : İ.Seçkin Aydın -- N. Sena Kaya - Uğur Bayraktar
Number of pages : 95-118

Abstract

The attitudes composing one part of psyhologic factors in Turkish teaching light the way of language teaching. Attitude means a mental, emotional and behavioral response pre-disposition which the person orginizes based on himself or any object around him or any experience towards social issues or events, information, emotion and motivation. (İnceoğlu, 2010: 13). Attitudes aren't congenital; they are acquired in time. A person acquires the attitude culturally while becoming socialized. In other words; attitudes are learnt by living. (Tavşancıl, 2002: 71). Our attitude towards events and our perception lies in solving of many problems realted to behoviour. The difficulties with which the students encounter while learning Turkish has been the subject of many studies about education. While some issues are because of school conditions and teacher qualifications, others are due to the child's environment, family and sometimes factors related to child's himself. Students' previous education experiences cause them to gain positive or negative attitudes towards scholl and lessons. The purpose of this study is to make an examination on the articles written about the attitudes of students in Turkish teaching. Meta-analysis was used in that research. In meta analysis studies, statistical findings of different researches trying to serve the same purpose are commented and reviewed. (Büyüköztürk, 2012:223). In this context, A meta-analysis of studies involving student attitudes towards learning in all areas of the Turkish education will help to overcome the deficiencies in this area. The results of the research will contribute to the reorganization of certain contents which are seen as incomplete or problem.

Keywords

Attitudes, Turkish education, student learning areas.

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