Literacy in Native Language Project
Tarsus SEV Middle School students grow as bilingual individuals with social, international, and intercultural awareness in an environment which combines various cultures and languages with rich academic and extracurricular programs without compromising Atatürk's principles and reforms.
WHAT IS LITERACY IN NATIVE LANGUAGE?
Using skills such as understanding, interpretation, association, classification, in-depth thinking, and evaluation in written and unwritten texts produced in their own language to be able to:
(i) Use information,
(ii) Improve knowledge and potential,
(iii) Produce and contribute.
IMPORTANCE OF BEING LITERATE IN NATIVE LANGUAGE
Individuals who are literate in their native language can correctly understand all the visual and written materials they encounter in social and academic life, develop plans related to the content of the materials, and make the right decisions.
For this reason, regardless of the conditions of the world that is developing and changing very quickly, individuals who are literate in their native language can adapt to these conditions very easily and make a difference in their environment.
As Private Tarsus SEV Primary Schools, by improving our students' literacy skills, we aim to raise them as individuals who:
Fulfill their responsibilities,
Are active members of society and social environments and display leadership in these environments,
Contribute to their growing environment, starting with themselves,
Adapt to social and academic life easily,
Are preferred in business life.
WHAT ARE WE DOING FOR LITERACY IN NATIVE LANGUAGE?
We implement the following processes to improve students' literacy skills in their native language:
Development of measurement tools
Application of measurement tools at certain intervals
Organization and implementation of course processes in accordance with measurement results
Developing student improvement models for relevant skills
LITERACY IN NATIVE LANGUAGE PROCESS?
In addition to written texts made of paragraphs, the literacy process includes reading texts such as maps, sketches, tables, graphs, banners, announcements, lists, and instructions.
Students perform the following operations on these texts:
Finding and identifying the information contained in the text
Revealing implicit meaning, developing meaning
Making associations between the information contained in the text and their daily experiences
Making assessments beyond the information contained in the text
As Tarsus SEV, our goal is to raise individuals who have the competencies of the future, who can shape the future by leading their own environment, who work in line with their goals, and who make a difference and produce.