Course Information
Course Title Code Semester T + P ECTS
(Waiting for Translation) Mesleki Y. Dil JDF901 2 2 + 0 5

Prerequisites Absent

Language Turkish
Level Bachelor's Degree
Type Nondepartmental Elective
Coordinator Assist.Prof. AYCAN MURAT MARANGOZ
Instructors Assist.Prof. AYCAN MURAT MARANGOZ
Goals Identification and mapping of human beings since it became the earth has always been a subject of curiosity. Countries, people from the past war and peace, military and civilian applications, has been an important tool and a resource map to help me. For this reason, the history of cartography teaching of scientific studies on the implications of this course is to introduce and present the basic purpose of their poses.
Contents Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the modern era cartography. Wars of the historical significance of the map, cartography faaliyeteri civilian purposes, mapping activities for exploration. Scientific achievements of humanity, cartography, mapping scientists, and his work important.
Work Placement(s) Absent

Number Learning Outcomes
1 Past and present uses of cartography grasp awareness of how the map is a support tool, until the recent past, and what brings us to today, and bring to detect the map.

Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face
Planned Learning Activities & Teaching Methods Course, the controversial course assignments, seminars
Assessment Methods assignments, seminars, final examination



Course Content
Week Topics Study Materials
1 Introduction to the history of cartography covered topics on Course material must be read.
2 The first age cartography covered topics on Course material must be read.
3 in ancient times, Roman and corn cartography covered topics on Course material must be read.
4 Cartography during the Middle Ages covered topics on Course material must be read.
5 cartography in Close age covered topics on Course material must be read.
6 The historical significance of the map on wars covered topics on Course material must be read.
7 placements within the history of cartography applications in civil covered topics on Course material must be read.
8 The importance of the map in scouting covered topics on Course material must be read.
9 important scientific applications on cartography covered topics on Course material must be read.
10 important Scientists given the direction to the map covered topics on Course material must be read.
11 important Scientists given the direction to the ma covered topics on Course material must be read.
12 important Scientists given the direction to the ma covered topics on Course material must be read.
13 seminar 13. week
14 seminar 14. week



Sources
Textbook 1. Muzaffer şerbetçi, Haritacılık Bilimi Tarihi, 2. Muzaffer şerbetçi, Harita Bilim Tarihinde Biyografiler ve Türk Haritacılığı Tarihi, 3. Doğan Uçar, Haritacılık tarihi, ders notları 4. Erol Köktürk, Haritacılığın 5000 yıllık tarihi 5. TRT OKUL Harita Güncesi,
Additional Resources 1 Scientific publications. 2 Internet resources



Assessment System Quantity Percentage
In-Term Studies
In-Term Total 0 0
Contribution of In-Term Studies to Overall
Contribution of Final Exam to Overall
Total





Course's Contribution to PLO
No Key Learning Outcomes Level
1 2 3 4 5
1 Based on the proficiency acquired in the secondary education the student is able to comprehend the concepts and their relations between the concepts related to his field.
2 He is able to hold the nature, source, limits, reliability and validity of the knowledge
3 Can discuss the methods regarding the production of scientific knowledge.
4 Knows the techniques and strategies of testing and evaluation related to his field and education programmes of his field.
5 Knows the developments and learning characteristics and difficulties of the students.
6 Is familiar with national and international cultures.
7 Can use the advanced level information sources.
8 Can conceptualize the events and facts related to his field, research them with scientific method and techniques, discusses and analyses the data collected.
9 Can detect, analyse the problems and can offer solutions for the problems on the basis of the evidence and research.
10 Applies the best teaching strategy methods and techniques taking the students development characteristics, individual differences, features and outcomes of the field into account.
11 Can develop materials that meet the needs of the student and the field.
12 Can assess the learnings of the students diversely by using different methods.
13 Takes responsibility on the individual and group work and completes the assignment successfully.
14 Knows himself as an individual, uses his power and creativity and improves his weaknesses.
15 Undertakes responsibility as an individual and a member of the group to solve unforeseen complex problems that are experienced during implementation.
16 Analyses the abilities and knowledge he acquired in a critical manner.
17 Defines his learning needs and controls his own learning
18 Develops a positive attitude towards life long learning
19 Makes use of the ways to reach knowledge effectively.
20 Attends the cultural and art activities regularly.
21 Follows of the developments on the agenda of his society and the world.
22 Plans and implements occupational projects for the social environment he lives in with the consciousness of responsibility.
23 Informs the authorities and institutions regarding his field.
24 Shares his ideas and his solutions by supporting them with qualitative and quantitative data with specialists and non-specialists in the area.
25 Follows the literature of his field and keeps in touch with his colleagues by using a foreign language at least at B1 level according to Common European Framework.
26 Uses communication and information technology beyond the level of European Computer Driving Licence
27 Can live in different cultures and adapt to social life.
28 Sets an example with his appearance, behaviour and attitude.
29 Abides by occupational, scientific, social ethic norms, human rights and democracy
30 Follows the process of the Total Quality Management.
31 Establishes personal and institutional interaction for the purpose of setting up and sustaining a secure school environment
32 Has sufficient awareness regarding environmental protection and labour security.
33 Has the national and global awareness stated in the National Education Basic Law
34 Acts in accordance with the law regulations rights and responsibilities related to his field as an individual.



ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
Activities Quantity Duration (Hour) Total Work Load (h)
Course Duration 14 2 28
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14 2 28
Assignments 1 30 30
Presentation / Preparing Seminar 1 30 30
Final examination 1 30 30
Total Work Load (h) 146
Total Work Load / 30 (h) 4.87
ECTS Credit of the Course 5