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Title: Behavioral Theories


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A CONTENT-BASED SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR AN
ADVANCED LEVEL ENGLISH COURSE AT TURKISH
GENDARMERIE GENERAL COMMAND IN ACCORDANCE WITH
NATO STANAG 6001 LEVEL 3 PERSPECTIVE

Major Ekrem SOLAK Turkish Gendarmerie
General Command
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TURKISH GENDARMERIE GENERAL COMMAND (GGC)
Turkish Gendarmerie performs general security and
public order duties by merging military with law
enforcement agency characteristics.
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Turkish Gendarmerie performs the following duties
  • Protection of the fundamental rights and freedoms
    of individuals,
  • Ensuring the public order and security,
  • Taking preventive precautions towards criminality
    and struggle against crime,
  • Combating terrorism and organized crime groups,
  • Prevention of illegal migration and human
    trafficking,
  • Struggle against cyber crimes,
  • Border security,
  • Handling crimes and surrendering suspects to
    judicial

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International relations of Turkish Gendarmerie
A member of the Association of the European and
Mediterranean Gendarmerie and Police Forces with
Military Status (FIEP) The observer status of
European Gendarmerie Force was earned in 2009.
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International relations of Turkish Gendarmerie
Guest military personnel from Albania,
Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, the Gambia,
Georgia, France, Tunisia, Kyrgyzstan, Bosnia
Herzegovina, Ukraine and China are trained at the
training facilities of the Gendarmerie General
Command. participate in Operations of
Reinforcement and Protection for Peace in
Georgia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Afghanistan, Kosovo,
and Sudan.
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Scientific bases for Syllabus Design
A syllabus a summary of the content to which
learners will be exposed. Yalden (1987, 87)
the specification of the content and the
ordering of what is to be taught. Richards
(2002,69) can be described as a statement of
what is to be learnt. Hutchinson and Waters
(2006, 80)
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Syllabus Design Components
  • needs analysis
  • determining the goals and objectives
  • conceptualizing content
  • selecting and developing materials and activities
  • organization of content and activities
  • evaluation
  • consideration of resources and constraints

Graves (1996)
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Syllabus Design Components
  • Structural
  • Situational
  • Topical
  • Functional
  • Notional
  • Skills-based
  • Task-based

(Brown,1994)
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Comparison Chart of STANAG 6001 Levels with the
Other International Exams
Scales Scales Scales Scales Scales Tests
STANAG 6001 Standardized agreement 6001 (1976) NATO BILC CEF Common European Framework COE Council of Europe CEF Common European Framework COE Council of Europe ALTE Scale ALTE Association of Language Testers in Europe ALTE Scale ALTE Association of Language Testers in Europe IELTS
Minimum professional level Level 3 B2 Vantage Independent User 3 Independent User Upper Intermediate 5
http//www.campaignmilitaryenglish.com
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GUIDELINES FOR THE SUGGESTED PROGRAM
  • Duration of the course
  • Age and composition of the learners
  • Entry Level
  • Academic experience
  • Assessment

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THE SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR NATO STANAG LEVEL 3
Unit Title Objectives/subkills Vocabulary Task
1 Terroism and Counter- terrorism Understanding and participating effectively most formal and informal conversations on terrorism and counter-terrorism Reading with almost complete comprehension a variety of authentic written material on relevant topic Using written language for analysis, argumentation, explanation, narration and description. Insurgency, counter-insurgency Operations cooperation Draw and describe the organizational chart of your unit
2 Public order and security Understanding language used at interactive meetings, briefings and other form of extended discourse Demonstrating language competence when conducting meetings Conveying abstract concepts in discussion of relevant topics Using written language for extensive explanation, narration and description. Security Public order Law Crimes criminals Write instructions to prepare for an important exercise
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THE SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR NATO STANAG LEVEL 3
Unit Title Objectives/subkills Vocabulary Task
3 Career in the military Understanding both explicit and implicit information in a spoken text Producing extended discourse and conveying meaning correctly and effectively Supporting opinion, argumentation, clarification, narration and description. Military service Military life Ranks, insignia, recruitment, personel issues Write a paragraph describing your career in the military
4 Communication and language Following the essentials of conversations Making telephone calls Supporting opinion Interpreting material correctly Relating ideas Writing corresponce e-mails interpreters communication public relations Describe the facilities on your base
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THE SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR NATO STANAG LEVEL 3
Unit Title Objectives/subkills Vocabulary Task
5 Multinational peace support operations Demonstrating understanding of abstract concepts in discussion of complex topics as well as professional field Using the language for answering objection, clarifying points, supporting opinion Demonstrating understanding of abstract concepts in texts on complex topics such as culture, science and technology Writing extensive explanation, narration, description Ally, take action, intelligence, insurgency, insignia, forces, peacekeeping, fighter, territory, troop, battalion, deploy, battle, emergency, Match the words with the definitions
6 Military briefings Understanding interactive meetings, briefings Supporting opinion, argumentation, objection, clarifying points, delivering briefings Using written language for narration and explanation Meetings Liason, Introduction, Conclusion, discussion Listen to a briefing and take notes
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THE SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR NATO STANAG LEVEL 3
Unit Title Objectives/subkills Vocabulary Task
7 Sports and physical training Understanding face to face speech delivered with normal speed Using the language to perform common professional task Understanding abstract concepts in texts on complex topics in Professional field Using the written language for explanation, narration and description Exercises Fitness Combat effectiveness Write instructions for dealing with emergencies
8 Humanitarian assistance in joint missions Understanding meetings, briefings clearly Using the language for answering objection, clarifying points, supporting opinion Interpreting the text correctly Using the written language for explanation, narration and description Making and responding to telephone calls/conversations Civil-military cooperation Natural disasters Aid Operational briefings Food and drink Non-government organizations Read the situations and choose the best course of action
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THE SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR NATO STANAG LEVEL 3
Unit Title Objectives/subkills Vocabulary Task
9 Leaders and leader ship Demonstrating understanding of abstract concepts in discussion of complex topics as well as Professional field Conveying meaning correctly and effectively Describing problems and suggesting possible solutions Getting the gist of higher level, sophisticated texts Using written language for analysis, hypothesis, explanation and description Leadership qualities, tactical task Military history Talk about a famous battle in the history of your country
10 Human psychology in military context Demonstrating through spoken interaction the ability to understand effectively face face speech delivered with normal speed Discussing particular interests and special fields of competence easily Recognizing humor, emotional overtones of speech Conveying abstract concepts when writing about complex topics as well as Professional field Character types Stress Obligation War battle Talk about a difficult problem or situation when you were in charge and say how you dealt with it
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THE SUGGESTED SYLLABUS FOR NATO STANAG LEVEL 3
Unit Title Objectives/subkills Vocabulary Task
11 Crime and punish ment Following accurately the essentials of conversations among speakers, lectures on general subjects and special fields of competence Using the language for answering objections, clarifying points, justifying decisions, stating and defending policy Interpreting material correctly Writing formal correspondence and documents on Professional topics Law Crime Law enforcement agency criminal Match the crew with the missions
12 Cultural differences in joint missions Distinguishing between different stylistic levels Recognizing humor, emotional overtones, subleties of speech Conveying abstract concepts in discussion of culture, science, technology and philosophy Demonstrating understanding of abstract concepts in texts on complex topics such as culture, science and technology. Culture Local International Cultural stereotypes Talk about the priorities in your mission
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SAMPLE MODULE
SKILLS TOPICMULTINATIONAL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS
LISTENING Demonstrating understanding of abstract concepts in discussion of complex topics as well as professional field Listen to the passage and fill in the blanks Listen to the passage and take notesListen to the passage and summarize
READING Demonstrating understanding of abstract concepts in texts on complex topics such as profession, culture, science and technology Match the words with the definitions True and False exercise Find out the synonym words in the passage Put the sentences in the correct order
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SAMPLE MODULE
SPEAKING Using the language for answering objection, clarifying points, supporting opinion Discuss the relevant issues in pairs Comment on the relevant picture Discuss the meaning of the given words Present a briefing and ask and answer questions about it. Ask and answer questions about a given topic Act out in a given situation Discuss advantages and disadvantages of a situation
WRITING Writing extensive explanation, narration, description Write suggestions to solve problems Write a diary when on duty abroad Write a meaningful paragraph by using the given words Prepare a briefing Fill in a report form Write a report Write a paragraph about a given topic Write an essay about a given topic Complete the rest of the briefing
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SAMPLE MODULE
GRAMMAR Reported speech Cause and effect
VOCABULARY Ally, take action, intelligence, insurgency, insignia, senior officer, threaten, power, target, combat forces, peacekeeping, fighter, territory, trop, battalion, deploy, battle, emergency, engage, border, withdraw, security forces, explode, infrastructure, data processing, armistice, battlefield, on the verge of, halt, caution, trap, war zone, headquarters, rebel, civil war, no-fire zone, hostile act, disperse, commit, enforce, conflict, stabilize, reconciliation, supply, cooperation, restriction
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  • CONCLUSION

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REFERENCES
  • Yalden, Janice (1987) The communicative syllabus
    Evolution, design and implementation. Englewood
    Cliffs, NJ Prentice-Hall.
  • Richards and Rogers (2002) Approaches and
    Methods in Language Teaching. Cambridge
    University Press Graves, Kathleen (1996)
    Teachers as course developers. Cambridge
    Cambridge University Press.
  • Brown Douglas ( 1994) Principles of Language
    Learning and Teaching. Longman
  • Hutchinson Tom, Waters Alan (1987) English for
    Specific Purposes. Cambridge University Press.
  • www.campaignmilitaryenglish.com

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