The past decade has seen immense revolution all around the world and especially in the media industry that has made the learning about radio TV and Cinema all the more exciting.

In this department – Radio, TV, and Cinema – we aim to; find stories with a different perspective, research varied notions, do screenwriting by incorporating the latest scenarios. We are striving to impart the broadcasting skills in various departments among students. This involves handling the basic studio and outdoor equipment to materialize the abstract concepts into a film.

RTC Department facilitates its students to get involved in activities based on creativity, critical analysis, modern technology, industry 4.0 with a hands-on experience.

The Department of Radio/Television/Film explores the history, theory, and production of media—from cinema to broadcast television to alternative media to emerging technologies. Our programmes and courses explore the social and cultural impact of media—and use media to convey their own messages to the world.

Working both individually and as part of a team, you will explore theory and practice as you develop the production and analytical skills you need to succeed in the emerging media landscape. Using industry standard equipment and facilities, you will be well equipped for entry into the media industries.

 

Assistant Professor Dr Shema Bukhari

Head of Department – Radio, TV and Cinema



DERS İÇERİKLERİ

KOD DERSİN ADI T U K AKTS Ön Koşul Syllabus
EGL101  İngilizce-I  3 0 3 6

EGL 101

DEVELOPMENT OF READING & WRITING SKILLS I

INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION

Ferda Tuncer

Course Unit Title

Development of Reading & Writing Skills I

Course Unit Code

EGL 101

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Bachelor`s Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

6 ECTS

Theoretical(hour/week)

3

Year of Study

2011 - 2012

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

Name of Lecturer (s)

Ferda Tuncer

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Objectives of the Course

This course provides students fluent and accurate oral English use in several occasions when it is needed. Highly comprehending different reading texts and eliciting. Using English daily discourse expressions and basic grammar structures functionally. Applying reading strategy and techniques while analyzing different reading texts. The reading process takes aim at developing critical thinking and critical reading.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, the student will be able to;

1.comprehend texts in English from a number of disciplines; psychology, sport, sociology, technology, food and drinks, economy, radio- television, cinema, broadcasting, gender and family…

2.read with a purpose.

3.apply thought strategies while reading.

4.use needed techniques through reading.

5.read and understand texts without aid of a dictionary.

6.categorize words under the word forms; nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs.

7.classify word parts, prefixes, roots, suffixes.

8.make a brief summary about what she read.

9.comment on the author’s opinion

10.express own ideas about subject matter of a text.

11.write a unified and coherent short paragraph.

Course Contents

Reading Strategies, Reading Techniques, Word Forms, Word Parts, Short Story Considerations, Paragraphs, Paragraph and Essay Structure, Unity and Coherence.

Weekly Detailed Course Contents

WEEKS

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction to ‘CRITICAL READING’

Reading related pages to get the idea of Critical Reading

2

Reading Strategies; SCANNING

SKIMMING

INTENSIVE READING

Doing the reading exercises through scanning and skimming.

3

Reading Techniques; ANNOTATING MAKING CONNECTIONS RECORDING YOUR FINDINGS Paraphrase / Summary Outline / Visual Aids Photographs / Cartoons Diagrams, Graphs, Charts, and Tables Sketches and Maps

Reading parts of techniques to comment on.

To make clear understanding checking the samples as a group.

4

Revision

Applying the Techniques Word Forms: NOUNS VERBS ADJECTIVES ADVERBS

Exercise: ‘Sport or not a Sport’ by David Andriesen

Fill in the blanks of word forms.

5

Short Story Considerations

PLOT CHARACTERS AND DIALOGUE CONFLICT SETTING AND TONE SYMBOLISM THEME

Exercise: ‘The Nature of Remembering’ from Exercise: ‘Mastering the World of Psychology’

by Samuel E. Wood, Ellen Green Wood, and Denise Boyd

6

Revision

Applying the Techniques

Word Parts: PREFIXES ROOTS SUFFIXES

Exercise: ‘The stolen Party’ by Liliana Heker

Fill in the blanks of word parts.

7

Midterm Exam

 

8

Making Inferences

INFERENCE CLUES

BIAS

Studying on a text to complete the exercises.

9

Paragraphs

INTRODUCTION

DEVELOPMENT

CONCLUSION

Exercise:

‘Get Time on Your Side’

by Jennifer Nichols

Exercise: ‘The Blessed Bean: There’s Nothing on Earth like Coffee’ by Slim Randles

10

THE TOPIC TOPIC SENTENCES THESIS STATEMENTS and Implied MAIN IDEAS

Exercise: ‘Professor Delves into Odd Culture of Freshmen’ by Michelle Roberts

Exercise: ‘Behind Every Grad . . .’ by Thomas L. Friedma

11

THE TOPIC

TOPIC SENTENCES

THESIS STATEMENT

MAIN IDEAS

Exercise:

‘Socialization into Gender from Essentials of Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach’ by James M.Henslin

Exercise: ‘Thank You, M’am’ by Langston Hughes

12

Supporting Details

MAJOR AND MINOR SUPPORTING DETAILS

Types of Supporting Details

Exercise:

‘How the Internet works?’

Exercise:

‘Reality Television’

13

Supporting Details

MAJOR AND MINOR SUPPORTING DETAILS

Types of Supporting Details

Exercise:

‘ADVERTISING’

Exercise:

‘BOGEY AND BACALL’

14

UNITY COHERENCE

(Research Paper Submission)

Checking sample texts whether unified or coherent.

15

Writing a paragraph.

Getting feedback.

Writing unified and coherent paragraphs with the given topics.

Rewriting the paragraphs which got feedback already to submit on final exam day.

16

Final Exam

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

TEXT BOOK: Course Pack prepared by course lecturer.

HELP BOOKS: Reading Now / Making Connections ; Amy E. Olsen

COURSE TOOLS: Text Book, Dictionary

SUGGESTED WEB SITES:

MyReadingLab; www.myreadinglab.com

California Distance Learning; http://www.cdlponline.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=stories&topicID=11

ESL Reading; http://www.eslreading.org/comedy/home.html

Writing paragraphs;http://www.uefap.com/writing/exercise/exwripar.htm

ASSESSMENT

Midterm % 30 Research Paper % 10 Assignments % 15 Attendance % 5 Final % 40

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Assignments

5

15

Research Paper

1

10

In – class activities

1

5

Mid-term

1

30

TOTAL

8

60

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the Framework Calculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (Theoretical)

14

3

42

Mid-term Exam (Preparation)

Mid-term Exam (Application)

1

12

2

14

Research Paper (Preparation)

1

24

24

Assignments (Preparation)

5

8

40

Internet and Library Research

5

6

30

Final Exam (Preparation)

Final Exam (Application)

1

14

2

16

TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)= 166

ECTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 166 / 30 : 5,53 6

RTC101  İletişime Giriş  3 0 3 0

‘Introduction to Communication’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Introduction to Communication

Course Unit Code

RTC101

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

8 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

1

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yosra Jarrar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides a comprehensive introduction of the concept of communication and applies it to some basic questions regarding the roles governments, businesses, and culture play in what we read, see and hear. Drawing on a range of theories and approaches, the course also presents an overview of how to approach texts.

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. Discuss the differences between different types of communication
  2. Analyze the influence of culture on communication
  3. Explain current and future trends in communication
  4. Analyze general theories of narrative and representation
  5. Recognize and discuss mainstream and critical approaches to mass media

Course Contents

Introducing Communication

The Elements of Mass Communication

Mass Media, Culture, and Society

Narratives

Representations

Ideologies and Discourses

Making Sense of the Media Business

Developing Media Literacy Skills

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

What is Communication?

Following Skills

2

 The Competent Communicator

Improving verbal communication

3

Listening and Hearing

Improving listening skills

4

Non-verbal Communication

Self presentation

5

Public Speaking  

Developing and practising presentations

6

 Mass communication and mass media

Media as a social cuurency  

7

Presentations/ Quiz

Presentations/ Quiz

8

Midterm  exam

Midterm  exam

9

Representation Theory

Stereotypes

10

Ideology and Hegemony

Applying Marx to mass media today

11

Perspectives on Mass Communication

Functions of mass communication in society

 

12

Critical/Mainstream approches in

 Functional analysis: macroanalysis/microanalysis

13

Persuasion

 Identifying propaganda techniques

14

Revision

Revision

15

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

16

Final Exam

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Boateng, Boatema, Zeinabu Davis, & Brian Goldfarb eds. (2013) An Introduction to Communication, (Revised First Edition) San Diego, CA: Cognella

Bennett & Salter.  (2008). Communication and Culture. USA: Routledge

Rayner and Wall. (2008). Media Studies. USA: Routledge

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Presentations

2

30

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

           

 

COMP103  İletişimde Bilgisayar Kullanımı I  3 0 3 6
PSYC100  Davranış Bilimlerine Giriş I  3 0 3 6
RTC103  Rd-TV Temel Kavramları  3 0 3 0

lRTC 103 Basic Concepts of Radio and TV

 

Course Unit Title

Basic Concepst of Radio and TV

 

 

Course Unit Code

RTC 103

 

 

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

 

 

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

 

 

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated 

3

 

 

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

 

 

Practice (hour/week)

-

 

 

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

 

 

Year of Study

1

 

 

Semester when the course unit is delivered

Fall

 

 

Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Özen Çatal

 

 

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face and visual materials

 

 

Language of Instruction

English

 

 

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

 

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

 

 

Work Placement(s)

None

 

 

Objectives of the Course

 

Explaining the processes related to radio and television production

 

To give information about basic infrastructure materials about Radio and Television

 

Defining the duties and duties of the team in the production process

 

 

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

At the end of this course, students will learn the basic concepts related to radio and television production processes and technical infrastructure

 

 

Course Contents

 

This course is designed to provide to the students with the basic concepts and definitions related to radio and television. Content of the course will be short history of radio and television, It will be provide students to information about radio and television broadcasting and production, technical infrastructure and equipment.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

Weeks

Subjects

 

Methodology and Practices

1

Production Processes

 

 

Theory

2

Pre-Production

Equipment list

Team building

 

 

Theory

3

Radio Studios equipements

 

Theory

4

National Holiday

 

National Holiday

5

TV Studios equipements

 

Theory

6

Production Processes – Camera and Shots

 

Theory

7

Mid-Term

 

Mid-Term

8

Practicing Camera Angles

 

Theory

9

Lighting Equipements

 

Theory

10

 

Lighting effects - Practices

 

Theory

11

Post-Production Processes

 

Theory

12

Post Production Practices

 

Practices

13

 

 

Theory

14

BRTK

 

Trip

15

Final Exam

 

Final Exam

             

 

SOURCES

Books and Other Sources

 

MacLeish, R., (2005). Radio Production, Focal Press, USA.

 

Millerson, G. and Owens, J. (2008). Video Production Handbook. Focal Press, USA.

 

Other Sources

 

 

Hillard, R. L. (2011). Writing for Television, Radio, and New Media, Wadsworth, USA.

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Mid-Term Exam

1

30

Participation (Attendance)

-

10

Quizes/Workshops

-

-

Homework

1

20

Projects and Presentations

-

-

Labaratory

-

-

Field Study

-

-

Seminar

-

-

Practices (Labaratory, Studio)

-

-

Final Exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

 

 

Workload of Learning, Training and Assessment Activities of the Course

Activities

Number

Time (Hour)

Total Workload (Hour)

Weekly lecture hours (theoretical)

14

3

42

Weekly hours (practice)

 

 

 

Preparing Projects and Presentation

2

8

16

Quizes

Prepaeration for the quizes

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

Supervision

a) Final exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

                       Total Workload (Hour) =80

ECTS Credits = Total Workload (Hour)/(30 hour/ECTS) = 80/30 = 2.6 = 3

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Program Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Program Outcomes

 

 

PO

1

PO

 2

PO

 3

PO

 4

PO

 5

PO

 6

PO

 7

PO

 8

PO

 9

PO

10

PO

 11

PO

 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level:   1 Very Low     2 Less     3 Medium     4 High    5 Very High

 

NH001  Milli Tarih I  0 0 4 4
Toplam 19 22
KOD DERSİN ADI T U K AKTS Ön Koşul Syllabus
EGL102  İngilizce-II  3 0 3 6
RTC102  İletişim Tarihi  3 0 3 0

“History of Communication”   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

History of Communication  

Course Unit Code

APRE 102 / PRE 102 / RTC 102

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

1

Semester when the course unit is delivered

 

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Serra Celebi

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face & PowerPoint

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

Throughout history of communication humanbeings have conveyed information and tried to be understood. Persuasive comunication has a special place in communication studies. Persuasion affects consumer behavior and interpersonal behavior. Most of the time, we do not send persuasive messages; instead, we are predominantly in the role of the persuadee, or receiver and consumer of persuasive messages. History of communication course is designed to give a perspective about how persuasive communication from the past till now changed with its tools ans strategies.

 

The aims (goals) of the course are as below:

 

Goal 1: comprehending what persuasion is all about, can list the persuasion techniques and can differentiate among these techniques.

 

Goal 2: understanding persuasive messages and context to deliver a persuasive presentation

 

Goal 3: applying persuasive messages and techniques in their projects and professions

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the semester, students will be able to:

Learning objectives for Goal 1:

  1. recognize persuasive messages when they come a cross in both national and international political campaigns, media commercials, and so on.
  2. recall the names of persuasive communication techniques (sequential request strategies), defining and explaining each of them
  3. discuss where each persuasive communication techniques (sequential request strategies) can be used
  4. analyze different verbal, non-verbal, and visual persuasive context coming from different cultures both brought to the class and in their daily lives
  5. decide which non-verbal persuasive communication can be suitable in different cultural context in their workshops

Learning objectives for Goal 2:

  1. design persuasive speeches according to the requirements of internationally well accepted persuasive presentations
  2. apply verbal persuasive techniques in addition to one or more of the sequential request strategies in their presentations 
  3. use effective non-verbal persuasive communication in their presentations

Learning objectives for Goal 3:

  1. create persuasive messages in their internationally designed persuasive workshops
  2. employ persuasion techniques based on pre-given case studies and international situations
  3. apply persuasive communication techniques (sequential request strategies) to different context in their professions   
  4. decide about persuasive messages and slogans suitable to the nature of media they will use both in their class projects and professions

Course Contents

History of communication

Persuasive communication

Communication strategies

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

WEEKS

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

Week 1

14th February

Introduction to the course and syllabus

Syllabus

Week 2

21st February

Introduction to persuasion; The power of persuasion

Richard M. Perloff

Ch1 (pp. 3-10)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch1

Week 3

28th February

Cognitive dissonance & reducing strategies

Richard M. Perloff

Ch9 (pp. 238-241; 243-244)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch3

Week 4

7th March

“Who says it”: source factors in persuasion;

Connectivity

Richard M. Perloff

Ch6 (pp. 155-159; 166-167; 178-179)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch5

Week 5

14th March

Persuasive communication techniques-1 (Sequential request strategies)

 

Richard M. Perloff

Ch10 (pp. 261-265)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch9

Week 6

21st March

Persuasive communication techniques-2 (Sequential request strategies)

Richard M. Perloff

Ch10 (pp. 259-261; 265-269)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch4

Week 7

28th March

Expectation as a persuasive tool; affiliation

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch10

Week 8

4nd April

Social validation and

scarcity

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch6 and Ch7

Week 9

7-14th April

 

Mid-term exam

 

Mid-term

(will cover weeks 1-8)

Week 10

18th April

Message Factors; Verbal

Packaging

Richard M. Perloff

Ch7 (pp. 210-219)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch8

Week 11

25th April

The law of involvement

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch11

Week 12

2nd May

The Elaboration Likelihood Model and high vs. low involvement

Richard M. Perloff

Ch11 (pp. 296-298; 308-313)

Week 13

9th May

Association

 

Richard M. Perloff

Ch11 (pp.298-308)

Mortensen, Kurt W.

Ch12 & Ch13

Week 14

16th May

 

Handing and presenting assignment

 

Week 15

24th May-2nd June

 

Final Exam

Final exam

(will cover weeks 10-14)

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Richard M. Perloff, 2010, The Dynamics of Persuasion: Communication and Attitudes in the 21st Century, 4th Edition, NewYork: Routledge.

 

Mortensen, Kurt W., 2004, Maximum Influence: The Twelve Universal Laws of Power Persuasion. NewYork: AMACOM.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Assignment & presentation

1

30

Midterm exam

1

35

Final exam

1

35

TOTAL

 

100

           

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and practices as report

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

1

20

20

internet and library research.

10

2

20

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

 

 

 

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term examination

b) Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

Final Exam

a) Exam

b) Individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=114

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 114/30 = 3.8=4

 

 

Ethical Rules and Regulations:

  • Students are expected to be prompt, come to the class with a good preparation, and participate in all learning activities during class sessions.
  • Students are supposed to obey the regulation for the absence limitation of the university.
  • The language of this course is English.
  • Students are supposed to present the projects/essays by using effective presentation techniques.
  • Too much talking and interrupting the lesson in class are not tolerated. 
  • Plagiarism will not be tolerated. Students are expected to be honest in all exams, assignments, and projects. Students who engage in dishonesty are subject to disciplinary penalties.
  • It is expected that all special assignments such as term papers, projects, or research papers to be completed on the scheduled dates. Late work is subject to grade penalization.
  • The instructor has a right to modify established syllabus with sufficient notice given to course participants.

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

COMP104  İletişimde Bilgisayar Kullanımı II  3 0 3 6
SOCY100  Davranış Bilimlerine Giriş II  3 0 3 4
RTC112  Haber Yazımı  3 0 3 0

“News Report Writing”   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Introduction to Public Relations

Course Unit Code

RTC 112

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

1

Semester when the course unit is delivered

 

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yosra Jarrar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides an overview of the fundamentals of newswriting, story forms and organization, interviewing, reporting techniques, general news and feature writing, ethics and law. It also draws attention to the distinction between news production as either a selection or a construction of social reality

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

Choose credible sources and report an objective news report

Conduct an interview professionally

Write t news reports

Understand the ethical and legal standards and social responsibilities of journalists

Course Contents

Broadcast news reporting

Reporting assignments

Covering planned events

Reporting live

Putting the television story together

The interview

Specialty reporting

Ethics 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

What is news

Defining types of news: hard &soft

2

 The newspaper news report

Focusing ideas

Ideas that don’t work

Ideas that work

3

Researching for news reports

Newspapere reference rooms

4

Writing news reports (1)

Beginning the process

Story structure

5

Writing news reports (2)

Writing the lead

6

Presentation

Evaluation of presentation

7

Writing news reports (3)

Writing the body

8

Writing news reports (4)

Writing the conclusion

9

Midterm  exam

 

10

Interviewing for newspaper reports (1)

Geting ready to interview:

Who to interview

Asking for the interview

Persuading people who don’t want to talk

11

Interviewing for newspaper reports (2)

When and where to interview

Researching the interview

 

12

Conducting the personal interview (1)

 Asking questions

Attribution guidlines

13

Conducting the personal interview (2)

 Gathering material

Fixing quotes

14

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Jan Johnson Yopp and Beth A. Haller, An Introduction to News Reporting: A Beginning Journalist’s Guide , Allyn & Bacon, 2005.

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Presentations

2

30

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

2

2

4

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

3

6

internet and library research.

15

3

45

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

18

                        20

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

22

24

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)= 180

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 180/30=6

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

NH002  Milli Tarih II  0 0 4 4
Toplam 19 20
KOD DERSİN ADI T U K AKTS Ön Koşul Syllabus
RTC214  Dünya Sinema Tarihi  3 0 3 0

‘’HISTORY OF WORLD CINEMA’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

History of World Cinema (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 214

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assistant Professor Dr Shema Bukhari

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The objective of this course is to understand:

  • the history of world cinema.
  • Major movements in film history – the early development of moving pictures, European silent films, the coming of sound, Hollywood’s Golden Era, film noir, neorealism, the European ‘art film’, and select others will be discussed.
  • Industrial, technological, & stylistic developments in film production will be of chief importance, as will the reception of film by varying audiences over time. 
  • in greater depth several influential aesthetic and stylistic developments of film 
  • how film  is an art form (both narrative and non narrative) and an industrial, theatrical, and non theatrical medium;
  • gain an understanding of film as a national, international and global medium
  • gain insight into the interaction of film and media with its historical and cultural contexts

Learning Outcomes

 At the end of the semester, students should have a solid understanding:

  • of the development of film as the major art form of the twentieth century, as well as the variety of forces that have brought the industry to its current state
  • Analyze film through written response
  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge of film history, form, and genre
  • Describe the collaborative nature of cinema and the many jobs required to develop a motion picture
  • Discuss/Describe the relationship of cinema to society as it relates to his/her perspective.
  • Recognize the origins of many storytelling techniques, genres, social backgrounds to movies and their audiences, and business models still used by filmmakers and the movie industry today
  • Be able to recount some of the major changes in world culture and politics in the twentieth and early twenty-first century through the framework of international cinema
  • Learn a chronological account of films from all over the world which both influenced and were influenced by films from Hollywood
  • Recognize the stylistic and thematics of many innovative and influential filmmakers from all over the world
  • See some of the most exciting and influential movies from all over the world.

Class discussion, tests, & papers will assist each student in his/her understanding of these topics, while also promoting effective communication & analytical skills.

 

Course Contents

Introduction. How to make documentary?. Essentials. Innovations. Ethnographic Documentaries. Screening

National Documentaries. Propaganda. Screening. Ethics in documentaries. Role of the characters. Environmental documentaries. Sports documentaries

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction

 

Various developmental eras

 

2

Silent Film

 

Screening:

Charlie Chaplin

3

Early Film and the Development of Narrative

 

Screening:

Life of an American Fireman (Edwin S. Porter, 1903),

The Great Train Robbery (Edwin S. Porter, 1903)

4

Film is an Art

Germany and Art Cinema

 

Screening:

Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1927)

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Robert Wiene, 1920) (excerpts)

The Last Laugh (F.W. Murnau, 1924) (excerpts)

Nosferatu (F.W. Murnau, 1922) (excerpts)

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (F.W. Murnau, 1927) (excerpts)

5

Soviet Montage and Revolutionary Cinema

Screening:

The Man with the Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov, 1929)

Battleship Potemkin (Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1925) (excerpts)

The End of St. Petersburg (Vsevolod Pudovkin, 1927) (excerpts)

October: Ten Days that Shook the World (Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1927) (excerpts)

6

Hollywood, the Studio System and the Coming of Sound

Screening:

The Maltese Falcon (John Huston, 1941)

Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder, 1944) (excerpts)

Stagecoach (John Ford, 1939) (excerpts)

7

Italian Neo-Realism and International Art Cinema

Screening:

The Bicycle Thief (Vittorio De Sica, 1948)

La Terra Trema (Luchino Visconti, 1947) (excerpts)

Rome Open City (Roberto Rossellini, 1945) (excerpts)

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

World War II

 

 

10

International Arthouse

 

Screening:

Sunset Boulevard (1950)

Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

11

Global Cinema and National Arthouse Cinema

Screening:

Red (1994)

Apple (1997)

12

French New Wave

 

 

13

Presentations

 

14

Presentations

 

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Barsam, Richard and Dave Monahan. Looking at Movies. New York: Norton, 2016. 5th edition

Bordwell, David and Kristin Thompson. Film Art. An Introduction. New York: McGraw Hill, 2001. 6th edition. Website: http://www.mhhe.com/filmart.

Geoffery Novell-Smith, editor. The Oxford History of World Cinema. New York, 1997.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Portfolio (essay, presentation)

4

40

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

30

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations

2

2

4

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

3

6

internet and library research.

15

3

45

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

18

20

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

22

24

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=180

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 180/30 = 6

 

             

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low     2 Low      3 Medium     4 High           5 Very High

 

PRE201  Siyaset Bilimine Giriş  3 0 3 4

PRE 201

‘INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE’

INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Unit Title

Introduction to Political Science (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

PRE 201.9

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Ümmü Altan Bayraktar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

This course is designed to give students a basic introduction to the academic discipline known as political science

Learning Outcomes

 

1. Become familiar with the basic vocabulary of the discipline

2. Develop basic concepts within political science.

3.To explore political issues at all levels-individual, group, national, and international
4. Develop theoretical and analytical skills.
5. Develop comparative skills.
6. Develop independent critical thinking skills.
7. Understand the theoretical nature of what government is.
8. Critically explore such concepts as republic, democratic theory, and liberalism.

Course Contents

What is politics?,Classical political science, Contemporary political science, Political science and government, Political power, Political power and hegemony, Political power and legitimacy, Contemporary political ideologies

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents

 

WEEKS

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction

What is politics?

What is politics /features, classical/contemporary political science, ıssues of political science, historical development of political science, scientific problem and political science today

2

Political science and government

Concept of government, government and different perceptions

3

Political science and government

Abstract concept and government, source and orijin of government, identity problem and government, political science and government

4

Political Power

Political science and political power, power, social power, political power and characteristics, political power and authority

5

Political Power and Hegemony

Hegemony, classical theories, different perceptions to hegemony

6

Political Power and Hegemony

Classical theories and today, constituent power, constituent power and hegemony

7

Quiz

 

8

Mid-term exam

 

9

Legitimacy and political power

Classical legitimacy theories, legitimacy problem and sociopolitical review

10

Contemporary political ideologies

Capitalism, socialism, nationalism, populism/ democracy,fascism,revolution

11

Capitalism/socialism

Presentation

12

Nationalism/populism

Presentation

13

Democracy,facism

Presentation

14

Revolution

Ouiz

Presentation

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

TEXT BOOKS:

‘Politika Bilimine Giriş’,Münci Kapani, Bilgi Yayınevi, İstanbul, 2005

HELP BOOKS:

-Siyaset Bilimine Giriş, Ali Öztekin, Siyasal Kitabevi, Ankara, 2007

COURSE TOOLS: Verbal lecture, reports,projection devices, presentation, prepared materials

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

reports

1

10

Mid-term exam

1

30

Final exam

1

60

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

40

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and practices as report

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

Internet and library research.

10

4

40

Preparing and presentations of homework.

1

9

9

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

2

 

3

4

10

Supervision

a) Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

30

31

Final Exam

a) Exam

b) individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

35

36

TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=168

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 168/30 = 5.6=6

           

 

PRE203  İletişim Sosyolojisi  3 0 3 4

PRE 203

‘COMMUNICATION SOCIOLOGY’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Communication Sociology (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

PRE203.1

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

3

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Ayşe Zafer Başkaya

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

This course introduces students with new conceptions and paradigms about mass communication and intends to give students a comprehensive grasp of the key controversies which  characterize media sociology to understand culture and society and to involve application of theoretical concerns to actual cultural processes.

Learning Outcomes

1.To understand the theories of communication sociology

2.To learn new communication paradigms

3.To convey the essentials of a sociological approach to the study of communications.

4.To enhance the student’s capacity to analyze the foundations, form and content of communications.

Course Contents

It will be explored the diverse ways in which flows of information shape and are shaped by various levels of social organization and will be also examined ways in which media encompasses individuals, families, communities, corporations, nations, and world systems. Students will critically engage all forms of mass media, ranging from traditional print, radio, and television media to the new information technologies.   Using a historical approach, it will be also examined the ways in which culture and opinion can be shaped and manipulated by various media sources.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 WEEKS

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction

 

2

Understanding mass media and the importance of media literacy

 

3

Media business

 

4

Formal and informal of media content

Sample cases

5

Media effects and media culture

Questions and answers

6

Medya conglomerates

 

7

Print media and society

discussion

8

Mid-term exam

 

9

Elektronic media and society

 

10

Advertising and media

Questions and answers

11

Public relations and media

 

12

Media and violence

 

13

New media teknologies

 

14

general review

 

15

Final exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

TEXT BOOKS:

‘Media Now’, Joseph Turow, Routledge 2009, New York

COURSE TOOLS:Verbal lecture, Projection Devices,Prepared Materials

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Project

8

20

Atandence and Participation

12

10

Mid-term exam

1

20

Final exam

1

50

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

50

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

50

 

TOTAL

100

 CourseLearning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Project

10

1

10

Internet and library research.

10

2

20

Observations(films, TV programs, etc.)

10

2

20

Supervision

a) Mid-term Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

10

11

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

20

21

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=124

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 124/30 4.13=4

RTC211  Ekonomiye Giriş  3 0 3 0

Ekonomiye Giriş/ Introduction to Economics

 

Dersin Adı

Ekonomiye Giriş

 

 

Dersin Kodu

PRE 209

 

 

Dersin Çeşidi

Zorunlu

 

 

Dersin Düzeyi

Lisans dersi

 

 

AKTS puanı                                           

5

 

 

Teorik (saat/hafta)

3

 

 

Uygulama (saat/hafta)

-

 

 

Laboratuvar (saat/hafta)

-

 

 

Kaçıncı sınıf dersi

2

 

 

Hangi semester okutulduğu

Güz

 

 

Öğretim görevlisinin adı

Yard.Doç.Dr. Haluk Selman

 

 

Dersi verme şekli

Yüz yüze anlatım, örnekler,

 

 

Dersin Dili

Türkçe

 

 

Ön koşul

Yok

 

 

Önerilen program seçenekleri

Yok

 

 

Çalışma şartları

Yok

 

 

Dersin Hedefleri

 

İnsanlar ve kurumlar bir ekonomik atmosfer içinde yaşarlar. Bu maddi dünya her yanımızı sarmış durumdadır. Medya kurumları ve bunların tüketicileri de bu atmaosfer dışında değildirler. Bu nedenle bu ortamın ne olduğu, hangi ana prensiplerle çalıştığı bilinmelidir. Bu, dersin ana hedefini oluşturur.

 

 

 

 

 

Öğrenim Çıktıları

1. Ekonomi kavramını ve bu deyimin anlamını kavrama,

2. Ekonomi ile ilgili bir kısım kavramların öğrenilmesi,

3. Pazar yapısı ve piyasa mekanizmasının tnımlanması,

4. Arz ve talep kavramlarının çözümleyici gücünün gösterilmesi,ve denge kavramı,

5. Toplumsal ekonominin tanımlanması,

7. Kapitalistik ekonomilerde para nın yeri ve öneminin vurgulanması

8. Ülkelerin uluslar arası sistem içindeki konumunun önemi ve dış ekonomik ilişkilerin işleyişinin gösterimesi

 

 

 

Dersin İçeriği

 

 

HAFTALIK KONULAR/ ÖN HAZIRLIK/ UYGULAMA

Hafta

Konular

Ön Hazırlık

Metodoloji ve Uygulama (Teori, pratik, ödev vb.)

Hafta 1

Dersin tanıtımı ve dersten beklenenlerle ilgili bilgi verme.

 

Teorik anlatım

Hafta 2

Ekonomi ve ekonominin yaşamla bağlantısı

 

Teorik anlatım, örnekler

Hafta 3

Ekonomiyle ilgili bir kısım kavramlar.

 

Teorik anlatım, örnekler

Hafta 4

Üretim Faktörleri ve ekonomide döngüsel akım

 

Teorik anlatım

Hafta 5

Gelir, tüketim, tasarruf ve yatırım kavramları

 

Teorik anlatım, örnek olay

Hafta 6

Kıtlık ve tercih ve bunlara bağlı oluşan üretim olanakları eğrisi

 

Teorik anlatım, tartışma

Hafta 7

Toplumların ortak ekonomik sorunları

 

Teorik anlatım, rol oynama

Hafta 8

Mid-Term

Zorunlu

Sınav metodolojisi

Hafta 9

Fiyat sistemi ve talep fonksiyonu

 

Teorik anlatım

Hafta 10

Talebi belirleyen etmenler ve talep esnekliği

 

Teorik anlatım

Hafta 11

Arz ve talep kesişmesi ve fiyatın oluşumu..(çeşitli uygulamalar)

 

Teorik anlatım

Hafta 12

Makro ekonomi ve Makro büyüklükler

 

Teorik anlatım, tartışma

Hafta 13

 Para ve para teorileri

 

Teorik anlatım, örnekler.

Hafta 14

Enflasyon ve enflasyon la mücadele.

 

Teorik anlatım.

Hafta 15

Final sınavı

Zorunlu

Sınav metodolojisi

             

 

KAYNAKLAR

Ders Kitabı/ Ana Kaynak/Malzeme

Selman, Haluk:”Ekonomiye Giriş ve Makro Ekonomi” basılmamış Ders Notları. Ankara 2013.

Önerilen Diğer Kaynaklar

Kuyucu, Michael:”Türkiyede Medya Ekonomisi” Esen Kitap. İstanbul 2012.

Söylemez, Alev:”Medya Ekonomisi” Haberal Eğitim Vakfı, 1998 Ankara

Bagdikian, Ben H.: “Medya Tekeli” Akıl çelen Kitapları. 2004Ankara.

 

 

DEĞERLENDİRME SİSTEMİ

YARIYIL İÇİ ÇALIŞMALARI

SAYISI

KATKI PAYI

Ara Sınav

1

30

Devam

1

10

Quiz/ Küçük Sınavlar / Atölye çalışması 

 

 

Ödev

1

15

Proje ve sunum

 

 

Laboratuar

 

 

Arazi/ Saha Çalışması (Teknik Geziler, İnceleme Gezileri vb.)

 

 

Seminer

 

 

Uygulama Çalışmaları (Laboratuar, Sanal Mahkeme, Stüdyo Çalışması vb.)

 

 

Final sınavı

1

45

TOPLAM

4

100

 

 

İş Yükü Olarak Dersin Öğrenme, Eğitim ve Değerlendirme Aktiviteleri

Aktiviteler

Sayı

Süresi (saat)

Toplam İş Yükü (saat)

Haftalık ders saati (teorik)

14

3

42

Haftalık ders saati (uygulama)

 

 

 

Gözlemlerin ve uygulamaların rapor olarak sunulması

10

1

10

Araştırma raporlarının hazırlanması ve sunumu

 

 

 

İnternet ve kütüphane araştırması

10

2

20

Ödevlerin hazırlanması ve sunumu

1

9

9

Quiz

Quiz için hazırlanma

 

 

 

Gözetim ve Denetleme

a) Mid-term sınavı

b) Sınava hazırlanma

1

1

1

15

16

Gözetim ve Denetleme

a) Final sınavı

b) Sınava hazırlanma

1

1

1

20

21

                       TOPLAM İŞ YÜKÜ (saat)=114

Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (saat)/(30 saat/AKTS)= 118/30 = 3.9=4

 

 

Öğrenme Çıktılarının Program Çıktılarına Katkısı

 

Öğrenme Çıktıları

 

Program Çıktıları

 

 

PÇ 1

PÇ 2

PÇ 3

PÇ 4

PÇ 5

PÇ 6

PÇ 7

PÇ 8

PÇ 9

PÇ 10

PÇ 11

PÇ 12

ÖÇ1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Katkı Düzeyi:             1 Çok Az         2 Az        3 Orta            4 Yüksek       5 Çok Yüksek

 

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RTC201  Radyo-TV Programcılığı I  3 0 3 0

RTC 201 Radio and TV Programing 1

 

Course Unit Title

Radio and TV Programing 1

 

 

Course Unit Code

RTC 201

 

 

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

 

 

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

 

 

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated 

3

 

 

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

 

 

Practice (hour/week)

-

 

 

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

 

 

Year of Study

1

 

 

Semester when the course unit is delivered

Fall

 

 

Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Özen Çatal

 

 

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face and visual materials

 

 

Language of Instruction

English

 

 

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

 

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

 

 

Work Placement(s)

None

 

 

Objectives of the Course

 

Explaining the all processes related to radio and television production

 

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

At the end of this course, students will be able to prepare content for radio and television.

 

Students will able to prepare radio and tv program proposal, budget, and script.

 

Students will inform about the logic of editing.

 

 

Course Contents

 

This course is designed to provide to the students aspects of radio and television programing. In this course, students will be informed about the types of radio and television programs. In this course, how to make a radio and tv program, budget, research, synopsis and text writing, shooting, editing, and broadcasting stages are explained. Students will inform about pre-production, production and post-production of the radio and tv programing. In pre-production, students learn the basic principles of story development, screenplay writing, storyboarding, scheduling and budget planning. Instruction in the production stage includes basic visual composition, color theory, set up and operation of camera, sound, and lighting equipment. This course also focuses on the program making techniques in radio, construction stages and the rules that should be considered in these stages, and the types of programs and the principles of broadcasting.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

Weeks

Subjects

 

Methodology and Practices

1

Production Processes

 

 

Theory

2

Pre-Production (Propose program, script writing)

 

 

Theory

3

Storyboard

Production Processes

Program Genres

 

Theory

4

 

 

National Holiday

5

News, News Programs and Interview Techniques

 

Theory

6

Review

 

Theory

7

Mid-Term

 

Mid-Term

8

News, News Programs and Interview Techniques

 

Theory

9

Television Formats

 

Theory

10

Television Format Development

 

Theory

12

 

Reality Shows and Entertainment Programs

 

Theory

13

Post-Production Processes – Logic of Editing

 

Theory

14

Review

 

 

15

Final Exam

 

Final Exam

             

 

SOURCES

Books and Other Sources

 

MacLeish, R., (2005). Radio Production, Focal Press, USA.

 

Millerson, G. and Owens, J. (2008). Video Production Handbook. Focal Press, USA.

 

Other Sources

 

 

Hillard, R. L. (2011). Writing for Television, Radio, and New Media, Wadsworth, USA.

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Mid-Term Exam

1

30

Participation (Attendance)

-

10

Quizes/Workshops

-

-

Homework

1

20

Projects and Presentations

-

-

Labaratory

-

-

Field Study

-

-

Seminar

-

-

Practices (Labaratory, Studio)

-

-

Final Exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

 

 

Workload of Learning, Training and Assessment Activities of the Course

Activities

Number

Time (Hour)

Total Workload (Hour)

Weekly lecture hours (theoretical)

14

3

42

Weekly hours (practice)

 

 

 

Preparing Projects and Presentation

2

8

16

Quizes

Prepaeration for the quizes

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

Supervision

a) Final exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

                       Total Workload (Hour) =80

ECTS Credits = Total Workload (Hour)/(30 hour/ECTS) = 80/30 = 2.6 = 3

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Program Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Program Outcomes

 

 

PO

1

PO

 2

PO

 3

PO

 4

PO

 5

PO

 6

PO

 7

PO

 8

PO

 9

PO

10

PO

 11

PO

 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level:   1 Very Low     2 Less     3 Medium     4 High    5 Very High

 

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RTC235  Diksiyon ve Hitabet  3 0 3 0

“Diction and Debate”   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Diction and Debate   

Course Unit Code

PRE 208 / RTC 235

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

4

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2

Semester when the course unit is delivered

 

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Serra Celebi

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face & PowerPoint

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

A great presentation is a combination of the three: content, design, and delivery. Content includes the research and organization of materials. Design is the architecture of the slides and the graphical enhancements. Delivery is how you voice your message. This course is prepared to give the students basic knowledge and a change to improve diction and debate skills for making their presentations efective.   

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the semester, students will be able to learn:

  • How to debate in presentations
  • How to use effective diction in presentations
  • The basic concepts of presentation: content, design, and delivery
  • Presentation techniques

Course Contents

Diction

Debate

Public speaking

Effective presentation techniques

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction to the course and syllabus.

Syllabus

2

History of presentation

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch1

3

Great presentations

 

4

Ethics

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch3 and ch4

5

Developing first speech

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch4

6

Audience analysis

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch5 and ch6

7

Outlining speech

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch8 and ch9

8

Confidance and language

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch10

9

 

Mid-term exam

 

Mid-term

(will cover weeks 1-8)

10

Supporting material-1

 

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch12

11

 

Official Holiday

 

 

12

Supporting material-2

 

13

Final delivary strategies

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch11

14

 

Informative and persuasive speeches

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J., ch13, ch14 and ch15

15

Handing assignments and individual presentations

 

16

 

 

Final Exam

Final exam

(will cover weeks 9-14)

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Coopman, S. J. and Lull, J. (2012). Public Speaking: The Evolving Art, 2nd ed., NY: Wadsworth.

Beebe, S. A., and Beebe S. J. (2015). Public Speaking: An Audience Centered Approach. 9th ed.

Reynolds, G. (2008). Presentationzen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery. Berkeley, CA: New Riders.

Rotondo, J. (2001). Presentation Skills for Managers. Ohaio: McGraw-Hill.

Zelazny, G. (2006). Say It With Presentations. Ohaio: McGraw-Hill.

Zelazny, G. (2001). Say It With Charts. New York: McGraw-Hill.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Assignment & presentations

1

30

Midterm exam

1

35

Final exam

1

35

TOTAL

 

100

         

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and practices as report

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

10

2

20

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

1

20

 20

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term examination

b) Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

Final Exam

a) Exam

b) Individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=114

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 114/30 = 3.8=4

 

 

Ethical Rules and Regulations:

  • Students are expected to be prompt, come to the class with a good preparation, and participate in all learning activities during class sessions.
  • Students are supposed to obey the regulation for the absence limitation of the university.
  • The language of this course is English.
  • Students are supposed to present the projects/essays by using effective presentation techniques.
  • Too much talking and interrupting the lesson in class are not tolerated. 
  • Plagiarism will not be tolerated. Students are expected to be honest in all exams, assignments, and projects. Students who engage in dishonesty are subject to disciplinary penalties.
  • It is expected that all special assignments such as term papers, projects, or research papers to be completed on the scheduled dates. Late work is subject to grade penalization.
  • The instructor has a right to modify established syllabus with sufficient notice given to course participants.

 

  • Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

 

RTC202  Radyo-TV Programcılığı II  3 0 3 0

RTC 202 Radio and TV Programing 2

 

Course Unit Title

Radio and TV Programing 2

 

 

Course Unit Code

RTC 202

 

 

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

 

 

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

 

 

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated 

3

 

 

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

 

 

Practice (hour/week)

-

 

 

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

 

 

Year of Study

2

 

 

Semester when the course unit is delivered

Fall

 

 

Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Özen Çatal

 

 

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face and visual materials

 

 

Language of Instruction

English

 

 

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

 

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

 

 

Work Placement(s)

None

 

 

Objectives of the Course

 

This course aims to introduce students to the forms of radio-television broadcasting and to examine the background of television programming.

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

At the end of the course, the students will be able to distinguish content differences and produce different types of content in order to develop programs in the field of radio television.

 

 

Course Contents

The content of the course is formed from different broadcasting types and program genres.

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

Weeks

Subjects

 

Methodology and Practices

1

Introduction & review of Course Syllabus

 

Theory

2

Public Service Publishing and Commercial Publishing

 

Theory

3

Differences Between Radio and Television Programing

 

Theory

4

Audience

 

Theory

5

Radio Program Genres

 

Theory

6

Creating Content For Radio

 

Theory

7

TV Programing

Fiction and Non-Fiction Programs

 

Theory

8

Overwiev

 

Theory

9

Mid-Term Exam

 

Mid-Term Exam

10

Audience

 

Theory

11

Official Holiday

 

Theory

12

Presentations: Realty Shows

 

Theory

13

Presentations: News Programs

 

Theory

14

 

Presentations: Quiz/Game Shows

 

Theory

15

Presentations: Documentary/Docudramas

 

Theory

13

Overwiev

 

Theory

14

Final Exam

 

Final Exam

             

 

SOURCES

Books and Other Sources

 

 

Other Sources

 

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Mid-Term Exam

1

30

Participation (Attendance)

-

10

Quizes/Workshops

-

-

Homework

 

 

Projects and Presentations

1

20

Labaratory

-

-

Field Study

-

-

Seminar

-

-

Practices (Labaratory, Studio)

-

-

Final Exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

 

 

Workload of Learning, Training and Assessment Activities of the Course

Activities

Number

Time (Hour)

Total Workload (Hour)

Weekly lecture hours (theoretical)

14

3

42

Weekly hours (practice)

 

 

 

Preparing Projects and Presentation

2

8

16

Quizes

Prepaeration for the quizes

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

Supervision

a) Final exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

                       Total Workload (Hour) =80

ECTS Credits = Total Workload (Hour)/(30 hour/ECTS) = 80/30 = 2.6 = 3

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Program Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Program Outcomes

 

 

PO

1

PO

 2

PO

 3

PO

 4

PO

 5

PO

 6

PO

 7

PO

 8

PO

 9

PO

10

PO

 11

PO

 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level:   1 Very Low     2 Less     3 Medium     4 High    5 Very High

 

 

PRE210  Reklam Tasarımı  3 0 3 6

“Advertising Design”  INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Advertising Desing / Practice of Advertising   

Course Unit Code

PRE210

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

4

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2 / 4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

 

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Serra İnci Çelebi

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face & PowerPoint

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

Advertising design (Practice of Advertising) course is designed to give students basic advertising idea within communication process and integrated marketing communication. This course is prepared to introduce the student to the basic principles of advertising and to encourage the student to think about practical applications from the very start of study. Students will be expected to develop a realistic sense of what a client may need from an advertising campaign and to continually be thinking about possible campaigns.

By the end of this course, students should not only be familiar with a large body of advertising knowledge, but should also be able to apply this information to create and evaluate effective advertising strategies and tactics.  

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the semester, students will be able to:

  • Compare different types of advertising
  • Realize different needs and media of advertising executions.
  • Understand the process of media planning.
  • Discuss different types of medium.
  • Examine daily advertising executions.
  • Create an advertising campaigns for global companies.

Course Contents

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

WEEKS

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction to the course and syllabus.

Syllabus

2

History and definition of advertising, advertising as a communication process, advertising agencies & in-house advertising department, types of advertising agencies (Moriarty et al., chapter 1).

 

3

How ads work (Moriarty et al., chapter 4 & 5).

 

4

Advertising research (Moriarty et al., chapter 6).

Advertising planning (Moriarty et al., chapter 7).

Provide me campaign prep assignment #1 research  (final research report) by week5

 

5

Creativity in advertising and visual communication (Moriarty et al., chapter 8 &10).

Due  campaign prep assignment #1

Peer evaluation #1

6

Writing slogans (Moriarty et al., chapter 9).

Provide me campaign prep assignment #2 creativity  (final research report) by week7

 

7

Traditional media (Moriarty et al., chapter 11 & 12).

Due  campaign prep assignment #2

Peer evaluation #2

8

Interactive & earned media (Moriarty et al., chapter 13).

 

9

 

Mid-term exam

 

Mid-term

(will cover weeks 1-8)

10

Media Planning (Moriarty et al., chapter 14).

Provide me campaign prep assignment #3 media planning (final research report) by week12

 

11

 

Official Holiday

 

 

12

Integrated marketing communications (Moriarty et al., chapter 18).

Due  campaign prep assignment #3

Peer evaluation #3

13

 

Evaluation of advertising (Moriarty et al., chapter 19).

Provide me campaign prep assignment #4 evaluation  (final research report) by week14

 

14

Ethics of advertising (Moriarty et al., chapter 3).

Due  campaign prep assignment #4

Peer evaluation #4

15

Handing and presenting group projects

Provide me the final advertising project

16

 

 

Final Exam

Final exam

(will cover weeks 10-15)

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Moriarty, S., Mitchell, N., Wells, W., 2015, Advertising Principles and Practice, 10th Edition, Pearson.

 

Suggested readings:

Advertising Age Magazine - http://adage.com  

Adweek Magazine – http://www.adweek.com

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Assignments

4

20

Project and presentation

1

30

Midterm exam

1

25

Final exam

1

25

TOTAL

 

100

           

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and practices as report

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

1

10

10

internet and library research.

10

2

20

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

4

2

 8

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term examination

b) Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

Final Exam

a) Exam

b) Individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=112

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 112/30 = 3.7=4

 

 

Group Work

There will be 4 campaign preparation assignments and 1 group project throughout the semester. They reinforce the following topics: Research, Creativity, Media Planning, and Evaluation.

 

Creativity section includes:

  • Newspaper Column Ad

o This assignment#2 will introduce one of the most basic and common advertising formats; newspaper column ads. For this assignment #2, you will be creating two column ads. The ads are different sizes the copy and logo layout will vary accordingly.

o When critiquing be aware of proper ad sizing, logo distortion, proper copy or readability.

 

  • Display Poster

o For this assignment#2 you will be creating a poster for a shopping mall advertising display case.

o The poster is for a new store that has opened in the City Mall.

o When critiquing be aware of meeting client needs, target audience, and reading effectiveness.

 

  • Direct Mail

o For this assignment you will be creating a postcard for direct mail services.

o When critiquing be aware of reflecting client attitudes, continuing marketing look, and reading effectiveness.

 

The projects are due the day after the topic was covered in class. The assignments are each worth 5 points.

 

Your group must be 3, 4 or 5 individuals, no larger or smaller. On the presentation day, I randomly select groups at the start of class.

 

Ethical Rules and Regulations:

  • Students are expected to be prompt, come to the class with a good preparation, and participate in all learning activities during class sessions.
  • Students are supposed to obey the regulation for the absence limitation of the university.
  • The language of this course is English.
  • Students are supposed to present the projects/essays by using effective presentation techniques.
  • Too much talking and interrupting the lesson in class are not tolerated. 
  • Plagiarism will not be tolerated. Students are expected to be honest in all exams, assignments, and projects. Students who engage in dishonesty are subject to disciplinary penalties.
  • It is expected that all special assignments such as term papers, projects, or research papers to be completed on the scheduled dates. Late work is subject to grade penalization.
  • The instructor has a right to modify established syllabus with sufficient notice given to course participants.

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Contribution Level: 1 Very Low     2 Low      3 Medium     4 High           5 Very High

 

RTC203  Kamera Kullanımı  3 0 3 0

RTC 203 Camera Application

 

Course Unit Title

Camera Application

 

 

Course Unit Code

RTC 203

 

 

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

 

 

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

 

 

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated 

3

 

 

Theoretical (hour/week)

1

 

 

Practice (hour/week)

2

 

 

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

 

 

Year of Study

1

 

 

Semester when the course unit is delivered

Fall

 

 

Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Özen Çatal

 

 

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face and Camera

 

 

Language of Instruction

English

 

 

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

 

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

 

 

Work Placement(s)

None

 

 

Objectives of the Course

Providing students to get skills of the advanced camera applications.

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Students who successfully complete this course will be familiar with video cameras and learn different production methods by using video cameras.

 

 

Course Contents

 

In this course, the working principles of film and digital cameras which are necessary for recording of moving images, basic information about image formation and frame information (composition rules) are covered.

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

Weeks

Subjects

 

Methodology and Practices

1

Course Discription and Introduction

 

 

Theory

2

Camera Applications

Basic parts, attachable parts and accesories of camera.

Studio and portable cameras

 

Theory

3

Camera operation and Picture composition

Effective Picture making

 

Theory and Practice

4

The studio cameraman will be a guest

 

Theory

5

Composition Rules

 

Theory

6

Actual Camera

 

Theory and Practice

7

The outdoor cameraman will be a guest

 

Theory

8

Mid-Term Exam

 

Mid-Term Exam

9

 

Camera and Sound

 

Theory and Practice

10

A director specializing in sound will come as a guest to the class

 

Practice

11

Lighting in the Field

 

Teory and Practice

12

Guest

 

Thory

13

Owerview

 

Thory

14

Final Exam

 

Final Exam

               

 

SOURCES

Books and Other Sources

 

Millerson, G. (2001). Television Production. Focal Press, UK.

 

Musburger, R. B. (2010). Single Camera Video Production. Focal Press, UK.

 

Zettl, H. (1984). Television Production Handbook. Wadsworth, USA.

 

Other Sources

 

Power Point, Camera Equipements

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Mid-Term Exam

1

20

Participation (Attendance)

-

10

Quizes/Workshops

-

-

Homework

3

35

Projects and Presentations

1

35

Labaratory

-

-

Field Study

-

-

Seminar

-

-

Practices (Labaratory, Studio)

   

Final Exam

-

-

TOTAL

 

100

 

 

Workload of Learning, Training and Assessment Activities of the Course

Activities

Number

Time (Hour)

Total Workload (Hour)

Weekly lecture hours (theoretical)

14

3

42

Weekly hours (practice)

 

 

 

Preparing Projects and Presentation

1

15

16

Quizes

Prepaeration for the quizes

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

Supervision

a) Final exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

                       Total Workload (Hour) =174

ECTS Credits = Total Workload (Hour)/(30 hour/ECTS) = 80/30 = 2.6 = 3

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Program Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Program Outcomes

 

 

PO

1

PO

 2

PO

 3

PO

 4

PO

 5

PO

 6

PO

 7

PO

 8

PO

 9

PO

10

PO

 11

PO

 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level:   1 Very Low     2 Less     3 Medium     4 High    5 Very High

 

 

PRE206  İletişim Hukuğu  3 0 3 4

   “Media Law ” INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Media Law  (Communication  Faculty)

Course Unit Code

PRE206

Type of Course Unit

Zorunlu Ders

Level of Course Unit

Lisans Dersi

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ETCS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2

Semester when the course unit is delivered

4

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Asst. Prof. Dr. Haluk SELMAN

Mode of Delivery

Sınıfta Anlatım

Language of Instruction

Türkçe

Prerequisities and co-requisities

Yok

Recommended Optional Programme Components

Yok

Work Placement(s)

Yok

Objectives of the Course

Bu derste öğrencilere, hukuk kavramları, düşünce ve ifade özgürlüğünü kısıtlayan ve düzenleyen hukuk kurallarını öğrenilmesi amaçlanmaktadır. 

Learning Outcomes

Bu dersin sonunda öğrenciler şu konuları öğrenecektir:

-Hukukun temel kavramları

-Haberleşme özgürlüğü

-Çeşitli siyasi rejimlerde haberleşme özgürlüğü

-T.C. anayasasında basın özgürlüğü

-T.C. mevzuatında haberleşme özgürlüğünü sınırlayan hükümler

-Basın kanunu

Türk ceza kanununda düşünce ve kanıları açıklama özgürlüğünü kısıtlayıcı hükümler

-Terörle mücadele kanunu / ceza mahkemesi kanunu/ sporda şiddet ve düzensizliğin önlenmesi kanunu

-Basılmış eserin koşulları

-Yayın kavramı

-Cevap ve düzeltme hakkı

-Radyo ve televizyonun kuruluş kanunu

-Sinema ve Video rejimi

-İnternet rejimi

-Reklam Hukuku

Course Contents

- Düşünce ve ifade özgürlüğü

-Anayasa hukuku

-Kanunlar ve kararnameler

-Haberleşme özgürlüğü

-Profosyenel yayıncılıkta öğrencinin bilmesi gereken hukuk hükümleri

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Kavramlara giriş

Müfredatın açıklanması

2

Hukukun temel kavramları

 

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

3

Haberleşme özgürlüğü

 

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

4

Çeşitli siyasi rejimlerde haberleşme özgürlüğü

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

5

T.C. anayasasında basın özgürlüğü

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

6

T.C. mevzuatında haberleşme özgürlüğünü sınırlayan hükümler

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

7

Vize Sınavı

Sınav metodolojisi

8

Basın kanunu

Türk ceza kanununda düşünce ve kanıları açıklama özgürlüğünü kısıtlayıcı hükümler

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

9

Terörle mücadele kanunu / ceza mahkemesi kanunu/ sporda şiddet ve düzensizliğin önlenmesi kanunu

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

10

Basılmış eserin koşulları

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

11

Yayın kavramı

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

12

Cevap ve düzeltme hakkı

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

13

Radyo ve televizyonun kuruluş kanunu

Sinema ve Video rejimi

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

14

İnternet rejimi

Reklam Hukuku

Haftalık konulara ilişkin hazırlanma

15

Final Sınavı

Sınav metodolojisi

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Sevil Yazıcı: “Medya ve Hukuk” Nobel Yay. (4. Bas), 2017. Ankara

 

Kayıhan İçel: “Kitle İletişim Hukuku” Beta Yay. (10. Bas.)İstanbul 2013

 

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 

 reports

-

 

Midterm exam

1

40

Final exam

1

60

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

40

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the Framework Calculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

-

-

-

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

-

-

-

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

14

3

42

internet and library research.

20

3

60

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

-

-

-

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

-

-

-

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

1

1

1

14

 

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

1

1

1

10

10

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=127

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)=127/30=4

               

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level:    Very Low     2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

TURK002  Türkçe II  3 0 3 4
Toplam 18 14
KOD DERSİN ADI T U K AKTS Ön Koşul Syllabus
RTC304  TV Yapım Teknikleri I  3 0 3 0

TECHNICS OF TV PRODUCTIONS  INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Technics of TV Productions (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 304

Type of Course Unit

Both Compulsary and Optional

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

1

Practice (hour/week)

2

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2-3-4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Timur Cengiz

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Prerequisities and co-requisities

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

classroom

 

Work Placement(s)

Use of Media Center

Objectives of the Course

 

To teach students the techniques of using a camera and the steps of film and tv program making.

 

Learning Outcomes

To be able to understand the steps of short film making

To be able to understand the camera movements and applications

To be able to develop an understanding of studio management techniques

To be able to shoot, edit and produce a short film.

 

Course Contents

Film Making

Camera and Editing Techniques

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

ž  Stages of film making

Seminar

2

ž  Director

ž  Co Director

ž  Art Director

ž  Senarist

ž  Editor

ž  Cameraman

ž  Producer

Seminar

3

ž  Synopsis

Seminar and team work

4

Scenario

 

Seminar and team work

 

5

ž  Shooting Scenario

Seminar and team work

6

ž  Camera techniques

Seminar and team work

7

ž  Editing

Seminar and team work

8

ž  Midterms

 

9

ž  Shootings

Team work

10

ž  Shootings

Team work

11

ž  Shootings

Team work

12

            Time Lapse

Media Center-team work

13

ž  Editing

Media Center-team work

14

ž  Editing

Media Center-team work

15

ž  Submission of the documentary

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Seminar notes and reader.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Reports- projects- attendance

 

 

Midterm exam

 

 

 

 

40

TOTAL

 

 

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

 

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

 

 

 

Hours per week (Application)

14

3

42

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

 

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

 

 

 

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

10

8

80

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

 

1

1

 

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

 

 

 

 

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=123

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 123/30 = 4.1

 

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

 

RTC338  Görsel Reklam Teknikleri  3 0 3 0

 

 

 

Dersin Adı

Görsel Reklam Teknikleri

 

 

Dersin Kodu

DPY 301

 

 

Dersin Çeşidi

Zorunlu

 

 

Dersin Düzeyi

Lisans Dersi

 

 

AKTS puanı                                           

 

 

 

Teorik (saat/hafta)

3

 

 

Uygulama (saat/hafta)

-

 

 

Laboratuvar (saat/hafta)

-

 

 

Kaçıncı sınıf dersi

3

 

 

Hangi semester okutulduğu

Güz

 

 

Öğretim görevlisinin adı

Osman Mehmet Yayınoğlu

 

 

Dersi verme şekli

Yüz yüze PowerPoint Uygulama

 

 

Dersin Dili

Türkçe

 

 

Ön koşul

Yok

 

 

Önerilen program seçenekleri

Yok

 

 

Çalışma şartlerı

Yok

 

 

Dersin Hedefleri

 

 

 Öğrencilerin reklam yaratım süreçlerinde yazılı, görsel ve işitsel  reklam materyallerinin yapımı hakkında bilgi sahibi olması ve bu türlerin herbirinin reklam üretim süreçlerinde kullanılan tekniklerin kendisine verilmesi.

 

 

 

 

 

Öğrenim Çıktıları

 Öğrencinin bir Yazılı Basın Reklamı, Radyo Reklam Spotu ve Reklam Filmi üretebilme süreçlerine katılabilmesi ve bu süreçleri yönetebilmesi sağlanacaktır.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dersin İçeriği

 Öğrencilerin yazılı, görsel ve işitsel reklamların hazırlık çalışmaları, yaratıcı çalışmalar, strateji, uygulama, revizyon, sunum ve sonuçlandırma adımları ile ajans çalışma ortamını yaşamalarını sağlayacak reklam üretim uygulamaları.

 

 

 

 

HAFTALIK KONULAR/ ÖN HAZIRLIK/ UYGULAMA

Hafta

Konular

Ön Hazırlık

Metodoloji ve Uygulama (Teori, pratik, ödev vb.)

Hafta 1

Görsel Reklam  Materyali üretiminde kullanılacak tekniklerin çeşitleri. Temel Tasarım Bilgisi.. Tasarımın oluşumu.

 

 

Hafta 2

Görsel Reklam Tasarım süreci nasıl işler? Tasarımın Hammaddeleri ve İlkeleri. Reklam Ajansının yapısı,  ve Yaratıcı Ekiplerin kullandığı teknikler. Reklam Materyali Tasarımının görselleştirilmesi, oluşturulması ve Taslak.

Ajans – Reklamveren-Ajans- Prodüksiyon Şirketleri İlişkileri.

 

 

 

Hafta 3

Gerek Reklam Ajansının bünyesinde, gerekse yapım şirketlerinde gerçekleştirilen Prodüksiyon İşleri. Basılı, Sesli ve Görüntülü Reklam Özellikleri, kullanılan tekniklerle Yapım Aşamaları.

 

 

Hafta 4

Basın ve basılı reklamlarda kullanılan teknikler uygulama ve ödev verilmesi.

 

 

Hafta 5

Yaratıcılık ve  Yaratıcılığın Görsel Reklam Tekniklerinin birbirini etkilemesi.

 

 

Hafta 6

 Basın ve basılı reklam ödevlerinin sonuçlarını konuşma ve eleştirisi.

 

 

Hafta 7

Sesli Tasarım. Sesli Reklam Teknikleri.

 

 

Hafta 8

Mid-term

 

Zorunlu

Ödev - Teori

Hafta 9

Radyo Reklam Spotu Yapımı ve Uygulaması. Seslendirme, Kayıt, Montaj, Efekt – Müzik Kullanımı, Miksaj.

Yalnız fotolarla yapılan reklam filmi uygulaması ve ödev verilmesi.

 

 

Hafta 10

 

 

Spiker, Seslendirme Sanatçısı ve Dış Ses Yönetimi, Metne anlam katma, Dilin Kullanımı, Tonlama, İfade, Diksiyon. Reklamın Süresi, Etkili Süre ve sürenin kullanımı.

 

 

Hafta 11

Kamera, ışık, ses, makyaj, dekor, kostüm, akseuar, plato, kompozisyon, kadraj, kurgu.

Özel etki yaratma, animasyon, video ve negatif. Fotolarla reklam filmi ödev sonuçlarının eleştirisi.

 

 

 

Hafta 12

TV ve Sinema Reklam Filmi Yapımı ve Uygulaması -Çekim Öncesi Aşaması

 

 

Hafta 13

TV ve Sinema Reklam Filmi Yapımı ve Uygulaması -Çekim Aşaması

 

 

Hafta 14

TV ve Sinema Reklam Filmi Yapımı ve Uygulaması -Çekim Sonrası Aşaması

 

 

Hafta 15

Oyuncu, Set Ekibi,  Seslendirme Sanatçısı ve Dış Ses Yönetimi, Görüntü, Ses ve Metne anlam katma, Dilin Kullanımı, Tonlama, İfade, Diksiyon. Reklamın Süresi, Etkili Süre ve sürenin kullanımı.

 

 

Hafta 16

 

 

Final sınavı

 

Zorunlu

Ödev - Teori

             

 

KAYNAKLAR

 kull

 

 

 

 

 

Önerilen Diğer Kaynaklar

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEĞERLENDİRME SİSTEMİ

YARIYIL İÇİ ÇALIŞMALARI

SAYISI

KATKI PAYI

Ara Sınav

1

30

Devam

-

               -

Quiz/ Küçük Sınavlar / Atölye çalışması 

-

-

Ödev

-

-

Proje ve sunum

1

40

Laboratuar

-

-

Arazi/ Saha Çalışması (Teknik Geziler, İnceleme Gezileri vb.)

-

-

Seminer

-

-

Uygulama Çalışmaları (Laboratuar, Sanal Mahkeme, Stüdyo Çalışması vb.)

-

-

Final sınavı

1

30

TOPLAM

 

100

 

 

İş Yükü Olarak Dersin Öğrenme, Eğitim ve Değerlendirme Aktiviteleri

Aktiviteler

Sayı

Süresi (saat)

Toplam İş Yükü (saat)

Haftalık ders saati (teorik)

14

3

42

Haftalık ders saati (uygulama)

 

 

 

Gözlemlerin ve uygulamaların rapor olarak sunulması

 

 

 

Araştırma raporlarının hazırlanması ve sunumu

1

60

60

İnternet ve kütüphane araştırması

5

10

50

Ödevlerin hazırlanması ve sunumu

 

 

 

Kuiz

Kuiz için hazırlanma

 

 

 

Gözetim ve Denetleme

a) Mid-term sınavı

b) Sınava hazırlanma

1

1

1

10

11

Gözetim ve Denetleme

a) Final sınavı

b) Sınava hazırlanma

1

1

1

10

11

                       TOPLAM İŞ YÜKÜ (saat)=174

Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (saat)/(30 saat/AKTS)= 174/30 = 5.8=6

 

 

Öğrenme Çıktılarının Program Çıktılarına Katkısı

 

Öğrenme Çıktıları

 

Program Çıktıları

 

 

PÇ 1

PÇ 2

PÇ 3

PÇ 4

PÇ 5

PÇ 6

PÇ 7

PÇ 8

PÇ 9

PÇ 10

PÇ 11

PÇ 12

ÖÇ1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ÖÇ9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Katkı Düzeyi:            Çok Az         2 Az         3 Orta           4 Yüksek      5 Çok Yüksek

 

 

RTC339  Kitle İletişim Araştırmaları  3 0 3 0

“Research Methods”   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Research Methods

Course Unit Code

RTC 339/PRE303

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

A graduate Degree (MA)

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

MA

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yosra Jarrar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides a comprehensive introduction of common mass communication and media research methods. It covers essential ideas in theory, hypothesis generation, research design, instrumentation, data collection, and data analysis.

 

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

Understand the different paradigms of research in media, cultural and film studies

Choose a particular research method depending on the subject and the precise research question

Design and execute a research project

Course Contents

Paradigms of research in media, culture and film studies

Media and academic resources

Analyzing media and cultural texts

Researching media institutions and the culture industries

Methods of analyzing audience

(American Psychological Association) style

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Getting Started

Deciding on a subject

Developing research questions

Paradigms of research in media

Phrasing research questions

2

 Sources and Resources

Media and academic resources

3

Ananlyzing media and cultural tesxts (1)

Researching media and cultural texts

Content analysis

Narrartive analysis

4

Ananlyzing media and cultural tesxts (2)

Semiotics

Ideological approaches

Genre Study

5

Researching Media Institutions and cultural idustries (1)

Archive research

The interview

Participany observation

Oral history

Combining Methods of researching industries

 

6

Presentation

 Evaluation of the presentation

7

Methods of analysing audiences (1)

Observing audiences

Asking questions

Focus groups

8

Methods of analysing audiences (2)

Oral History

Combining Methods

9

Midterm  exam (Pesenting proposals)

Evaluating the proposal contents

10

Sampling   

Identifying different sampling techniques

11

Reliabilty and validity

How to assure reliabilty, internal and external validity

 

12

Data Analysis  

Describing data

Annalyzing the data and providing answers to research questions  

13

Recommendations and conclusion   

 Recommending further research

Concluding the research   

14

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

15

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

16

Final Exam

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Analyzing media messages: using quantitative content analysis in research, Daniel Riffe - Frederick Fico - Stephen Lacy.

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). (2009). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Presentations

2

30

Midterm exam (Proposal)

1

30

Final exam 9Research Paper)

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

           

 

RTC306  Konuşma ve Röportaj Teknikleri  3 0 3 0

‘Conversation and Technique of Interview’     

Course Unit Title

Conversation and Technique of Interview   

Course Unit Code

RTC306/APRE203

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

3

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yosra Jarrar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides an overview of the fundamentals of newswriting, story forms and organization, interviewing, reporting techniques, general news and feature writing, ethics and law. It also draws attention to the distinction between news production as either a selection or a construction of social reality.

 

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. Choose credible sources and report an objective news report
  2. Conduct an interview professionally
  3. Write broadcast news reports
  4. Understand the ethical and legal standards and social responsibilities of journalists

Course Contents

News reporting

Reporting assignments

Covering planned events

Reporting live

Putting the story together

The interview

Specialty reporting

Ethics 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

What’s news?

Implications for reporters

2

News values

Finding original stories

3

Structure of news report

Practice

4

Live reporting

Facebook/Youtube live streaming

5

Live reporting

Facebook/Youtube live streaming

6

 The Interview  

Interviewing is a part of a three-step process

7

Presentations/ Quiz

Presentations/ Quiz

8

Midterm  exam

Midterm  exam

9

The Interview 

Interviewing nuts and bolts

10

Investigative reporting  

Daily vs. Watchdog reporting

11

Whistleblowing and code of practice

Who judges the whistleblower

 

12

Immersive Journalism   

 Virtual Reality Reporting 

13

Immersive Journalism  

 Virtual Reality Reporting 

14

Revision

Revision

15

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

16

Final Exam

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Jan Johnson Yopp and Beth A. Haller, An Introduction to News Reporting: A Beginning Journalist’s Guide , Allyn & Bacon, 2005.

Rayner and Wall. (2008). Media Studies. USA: Routledge

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Presentations

2

30

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

           

 

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RTC307  Rd-TV Haber Yazımı  3 0 3 0

‘’Radio and TV News Writing’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

 

Course Unit Title

Radio and TV News Writing (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 307

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

5 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

3

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assistant Professor Dr Shema Bukhari

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

A study of the techniques, style and format of script

preparation for the radio, television and online media.

Learning Outcomes

Understand and be able to apply the principles of news language and news story structure

Understand news values and concepts of newsworthiness and be able to apply these

Develop an understanding of writing and news story structure that is sufficient to write for news media

Apply news writing and news story structure concepts and skills to writing for print, broadcast and online news media

Be aware of some common sources of news and how these can be incorporated in news writing

Be able to use quotes and ‘grabs’ effectively in writing news stories

Understand key differences between hard news, soft news and long-form journalism

Be aware of influences on news writing such as audience

Course Contents

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of writing for news media, through lectures and practical workshops. Students will be introduced to key principles of news writing, and to the specific requirements of writing for print, broadcast and online media. Course content will incorporate news values, news language and news story structure as a foundation for the practical application of this knowledge through class exercises and assignments. Students will have the opportunity to work with a range of types of source material in developing and writing news stories, and will explore the basics of ?soft news? writing and the broader context in which journalism operates

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction

 

News language

2

News values

 

Writing the lead

3

Fundamentals of news writing

 

 

The inverted pyramid

4

Writing for print media (SGDE)

Writing for print media (SGDE)

5

Writing for broadcast media

 

6

Telling the story online

Telling the story online

7

Presentation I

 

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Using quotes and grabs

 

10

Social media storytelling (SGDE)

 

11

News sources

media releases and meetings

12

News sources

numbers and statistics (data journalism)

13

Beyond the pyramid

human interest and other story types

14

Presentation II

 

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Grundy, B., Hirst, M., Little, J., Hayes, M., & Treadwell, G. (2012) So You Want to Be a Journalist? Unplugged (2nd ed.). Port Melbourne: Cambridge University Press

 

Whitaker, W., Ramsey, J., & Smith, R. (2012). Media Writing: Print, Broadcast and Public Relations (4th ed). New York: Routledge.

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 reports

4

40

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations

2

3

6

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

5

10

internet and library research.

15

2

30

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

10

12

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

10

12

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=151

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 151/30 = 5.3=5

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low     2 Low      3 Medium     4 High           5 Very High

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RTC305  TV Yapım Teknikleri II  3 0 3 0

RTC 304 Techniques of TV Production 2

 

Course Unit Title

Techniques of TV Production 2

 

 

Course Unit Code

 

 

 

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

 

 

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

 

 

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated 

3

 

 

Theoretical (hour/week)

1

 

 

Practice (hour/week)

2

 

 

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

 

 

Year of Study

1

 

 

Semester when the course unit is delivered

Fall

 

 

Name of Lecturer (s)

Dr. Özen Çatal

 

 

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face and video materials and editing materials

 

 

Language of Instruction

English

 

 

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

 

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

 

 

Work Placement(s)

None

 

 

Objectives of the Course

 

Providing students the skills to create documentary film and short film

 

 

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Students who successfully complete this course;

 

Will be able to use camera and editing programs to produce completed documentary and short film.

 

 

Course Contents

 

The aim of this course is to develop the basic concepts acquired by the students in the Techniques of TV Production 1 course and to enable students to produce products such as documentaries and short films as a whole from the beginning to the end. In this context, students will be taught advanced filmmaking techniques and their applications will be provided.

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

Weeks

Subjects

 

Methodology and Practices

1

Course Discription and Introduction

 

 

Theory

2

Lighting Techniques

 

Theory and Practice

3

Interview Techniques

 

Theory and Practice

4

Definition of Documentary

Script Writing For Documentary

 

Theory

5

Gues – Documentary Director

 

Theory and Practice

6

Short Film

Short Film Script Writing

 

Theory

7

Gues Short Film Director.

 

Theory and Practice

8

Mid-Term Exam

 

Mid-Term Exam

9

 

Evaluating Students Documentary Proposals

 

Practice

10

Shooting Programs

 

Practice

11

Shooting Programs

 

Practice

12

Shooting Programs

 

Practice

13

Shooting Programs

 

Practice

14

Final Exam

 

Final Exam

               

 

SOURCES

Books and Other Sources

 

 

  • Aufderheide, P. (2007). Documentary Film: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford,

Oxford University Press, 2007. 

  • Nichols, B., “Getting to Know You…?: Knowledge, Power, and the Body”,

Theorizing Documentary, Michael Renov (ed), Routledge, New York, London, 1993.

  • Renov, M., “Introduction: The Truth About Non-Fiction”, Theorizing Documentary,

            Michael Renov(ed), Routledge, New York, London, 1993.

 

 

Other Sources

 

Power Point, Video Production Equipements.

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Mid-Term Exam

1

20

Participation (Attendance)

-

10

Quizes/Workshops

-

-

Homework

3

35

Projects and Presentations

1

35

Labaratory

-

-

Field Study

-

-

Seminar

-

-

Practices (Labaratory, Studio)

   

Final Exam

-

-

TOTAL

 

100

 

 

Workload of Learning, Training and Assessment Activities of the Course

Activities

Number

Time (Hour)

Total Workload (Hour)

Weekly lecture hours (theoretical)

14

3

42

Weekly hours (practice)

 

 

 

Preparing Projects and Presentation

1

15

16

Quizes

Prepaeration for the quizes

 

 

 

Supervision

a) Mid-term exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

Supervision

a) Final exam

b) Preparing for the exam

1

1

1

10

11

                       Total Workload (Hour) =174

ECTS Credits = Total Workload (Hour)/(30 hour/ECTS) = 80/30 = 2.6 = 3

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Program Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Program Outcomes

 

 

PO

1

PO

 2

PO

 3

PO

 4

PO

 5

PO

 6

PO

 7

PO

 8

PO

 9

PO

10

PO

 11

PO

 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level:   1 Very Low     2 Less     3 Medium     4 High    5 Very High

 

 

RTC332  Kitle İletişim Teorileri  3 0 3 0

Kitle İletişim Kuramları -RTC332

(Prof. Dr. Korkmaz Alemdar)

 

1. Konu, amaç, yöntem

2. Kitle iletişimi, insan ve toplum

3. Kitle iletişimi kuram ve araştırmaları

4. Liberal ve değişimci yaklaşımların oluşumu

5. Liberal kuramda temel yaklaşımlar I

6. Temel yaklaşımlar II

7. Ara sınav

8. 1960 sonrası gelişmeler ve yeni arayışlar

9. McLuhan, Gerbner, Noelle-Neumann

10. Değişimci yaklaşımlar: Kökenleri

11. Marx’ın katkıları

12. Frankfurt Okulu, Habermas

13. Uluslararası arayışlar ve UNESCO

14. Dönem sonu sınavı

Kaynaklar:

Denis McQual, Sven Windahl, Kitle İletişim Modelleri, çev. Konca Yumlu, İmge, 1997.

İrfan Erdoğan, Korkmaz Alemdar, Öteki Kuram. Kitle İletişim Kuram ve Araştırmalarının Tarihsel ve Eleştirel Bir Değerlendirmesi, Erk, 2005.

İrfan Erdoğan, Medya Teori ve Araştırmaları, Erk, 2014.

 

‘’Theories of Mass Media’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Theories of Mass Communication (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 332

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

7 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

3

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assistant Professor Dr Shema Bukhari

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course will introduce students to the study of mass media theories. The course is designed to help students: Gain an understanding of the theoretical perspectives that direct mass media research; Develop the ability to apply these perspectives in critically analyzing mass communication research; Expand their appreciation for the history and traditions of mass communication research; Gain a foundation that will aid students in the development of a thesis or dissertation and the preparation for comprehensive examinations.

Learning Outcomes

Presentations:

Each class period from week 3 onwards will discuss current research on the topic of the week. Students will be responsible for finding articles pertinent to the assigned topics and clear the articles with the lecturer. The number of presentations that each student will be responsible for will depend upon the size of the class.

Reactions to readings:

Students will be required to turn in brief reactions and questions dealing with the assigned topic of the week. The papers should be no longer than 1 or 2 pages. In these papers, students should critically evaluate the readings and include points made in the readings that were not clear.

Expectations:

Students are expected to attend each class session and will be graded on class participation. Assignments must be turned in on time on the date they are due. Please make sure that all work is your own and that the sources of information are accurately quoted and represented

Course Contents

Introduction. Definitions. History of research

Cultivation I: Violence, Gender. Agenda-Setting, priming and framing. Knowledge Gap and Digital Divide. Diffusion of Innovations. International News Flow.

Third-person effect, Spiral of Silence.  Journalism traditions and news routines. Influences on media content

Critical/Cultural research

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction

Definitions, Handouts.

 

2

History of research

 

Why resaerch is important?

3

Cultivation I: Violence Student presentations I

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

4

Cultivation II: Gender Student presentations II

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

5

Agenda-Setting I Student presentations III

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

6

Agenda-setting, priming and framing II

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

7

Presentations

 

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Knowledge Gap and Digital Divide

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

10

Diffusion of Innovations Student presentations

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

11

International News Flow Student presentation

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

12

Third-person effect, Spiral of Silence Student presentation

 

Explanantion and implication of theory through examples

13

Journalism traditions and news routines

 

Application of theories on the journalistic practices

14

Influences on media content

Critical/Cultural research

Application of theories on the journalistic practices

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Mass Communication, Media, and Culture(v. 1.0).

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 reports

4

40

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

30

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

2

2

4

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

3

6

internet and library research.

15

5

75

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

18

20

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

22

24

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=210

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 210/30 = 7

 

               

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

RTC308  Kurgu Uygulamaları  3 0 3 0

APPLICATION OF ASSEMLING AND STUDIO MANAGEMENT’  INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Applıcatıon of Assemling And Studıo Management (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 308-  

Type of Course Unit

Both Compulsary and Optional

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

1

Practice (hour/week)

2

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2-3-4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Timur Cengiz

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Prerequisities and co-requisities

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

classroom

 

Work Placement(s)

Use of Media Center

Objectives of the Course

 

To teach students the techniques of using a camera and the steps of film and tv program making.

 

Learning Outcomes

To be able to understand the steps of short film making

To be able to understand the camera movements and applications

To be able to develop an understanding of studio management techniques

To be able to shoot, edit and produce a short film.

 

Course Contents

Film Making

Camera and Editing Techniques

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

ž  Stages of film making

Seminar

2

ž  Director

ž  Co Director

ž  Art Director

ž  Senarist

ž  Editor

ž  Cameraman

ž  Producer

Seminar

3

ž  Synopsis

Seminar and team work

4

Scenario

 

Seminar and team work

 

5

ž  Shooting Scenario

Seminar and team work

6

ž  Camera techniques

Seminar and team work

7

ž  Editing

Seminar and team work

8

ž  Midterms

 

9

ž  Shootings

Team work

10

ž  Shootings

Team work

11

ž  Shootings

Team work

12

            Time Lapse

Media Center-team work

13

ž  Editing

Media Center-team work

14

ž  Editing

Media Center-team work

15

ž  Submission of the documentary

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Seminar notes and reader.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Reports- projects- attendance

 

 

Midterm exam

 

 

 

 

40

TOTAL

 

 

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

 

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

 

 

 

Hours per week (Application)

14

3

42

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

 

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

 

 

 

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

10

8

80

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

 

1

1

 

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

 

 

 

 

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=123

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 123/30 = 4.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

‘TV Studio Management’ COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Unit Title

TV Studio Management/Application of Assembling

Course Unit Code

RTC427

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

7 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

3

Semester when the course unit is delivered

4

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Asst.Prof. Dr. Martin A. M. Gansinger

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course is designed to familiarize students with the organizational tasks of operating a TV studio, including:

 

-          Discussion of the organizational structure and professional units of a broadcasting company

 

-          Legal aspects and questions of financing

 

-          Social responsibilites and profit-orientation in public and private context

 

-          Promotional tasks of the PR unit and cooperation with advertising partners

 

-          Audience research and target-group definitions

 

-          Program planning and program design

 

-          Timing and frequency

 

-          Production phase

 

-          Competetive strategies and market shares

 

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, the student will be able to;


1. Define the basic organizational structure and management functions of a broadcasting company

 

2. Explain the different approaches of public and private operators

 

3. Develop an understanding and sensitivity regarding legal issues and social regulations

 

4. Analyze and understand the aspect of advertising cooperations, marketing strategies and PR activities

 

5. Develop an awareness for matters of audience research and target-group location

 

6. Estimate and compose effective program schedules in accordance to different interests and requirements

 

7. Argue and explain the design and function of a specific format

 

Course Contents

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction and discussion of  the course objectives

Asking the expectations of students and what do they know about TV Studio Management

2

Definitions: aspects of TV Studio Mangement

Defining different structural elements management areas

3

Public and private TV

Discussion of mass media functions and market regulations

4

Financing and legal aspects

Considering legal issues such as frequency distribution, copyright violations, advertising regulations and public funding

5

Marketing and PR

Promotional activities of the PR and Marketing unit, branding, sponsoring, partnerships etc.

6

Audience research, target-group definition

Generation of demographical and psychographical data

7

Revision

Questions, answers and discussions

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Program planning

Development of effective formats and program elements in accordance with the corporate identity

10

Program design

Discussing the structural elements and sequences of the formats, defining prime areas and scheduling

11

Program production

Considering organizational, practical and technical aspects in the context of the production process

12

Program production II

Considering organizational, practical and technical aspects in the context of the production process, realization phase

13

Presentation

Screening and discussion of sample formats

14

Revision

Questions, answers and discussions

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Practical unit in cooperation with Helmut Sommer/producer, filmmaker/Austria

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 

 

 

Midterm

 

20

Final

 

80

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

40

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

8

2

16

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

5

2

10

internet and library research.

10

3

30

Preparing for class / homework

14

4

56

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

10

 

1

10

Final Exam

a) Exam

b) Individual studies for exam

1

1

1

15

1

15

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)= 181

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 181/30 = 5.73=6.03=6.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RTC312  Rd-TV Sunuculuğu  3 0 3 0

‘’Radio and TV Announcing’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

 

Course Unit Title

Radio and TV Announcing (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 312

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

5 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

3

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assistant Professor Dr Shema Bukhari

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides students with the knowledge and skills needed in broadcast announcing. The focus will be on performance skills used in voice over as well as on-camera work.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Learn how to interpret copy
  2. Learn how to ad lib or speak impromptu
  3. Learn how to vary voice pitch and volume effectively
  4. Learn how to write a broadcast script
  5. Experience being part of a television production or show

Course Contents

Introduction.  Announcing for the Electronic Media. Announcer as Communicator,  Interpreting and marking copy, reading aloud, ad-libbing. Voice, Pitch, Breathing, . Pronunciation/Articulation, microphone exercises for voice work, test. Scripting copy for radio news, writing for the ear. Audio Performance. Scripting copy for television news, writing for the eye. Commercials and Public Service Announcements. Interview and Talk Programs. Radio News Reading. Television News Anchoring. Music Announcing. Starting an Announcing Career.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introductions, syllabus review.

İntroduction

 

2

Announcing for the Electronic Media

İntricacies of speech

3

Announcer as Communicator.

 

Aspects of announcing

4

Interpreting and marking copy, reading aloud, ad-libbing

İmporatnce of copy

5

Voice, Pitch

 

Controlling and manipulating the voice

6

Breathing, Pronunciation/Articulation

Practice of breathing

7

Presentation I

 

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

microphone exercises for voice work, test

Use of microphone

10

Scripting copy for radio news, writing for the ear

Writing practice for script

11

Audio Performance

Audio processes

12

Scripting copy for television news, writing for the eye

Writing practice for scripot

13

Commercials and Public, Service Announcements, Interview and Talk, Programs, Radio News Reading, Television News Anchoring, Music Announcing

Different modes of announcements and their aspects

14

Presentation II

 

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Ronald J. Ebert, Ricky W. Griffin, Business Essentials 5th   Edition

 Colin Harber Stuart, Andrew Wright- Edited by Richard Parsons

Students can benefit from a number of other business books, journals and magazines which can be found in the University Library

 

 

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 reports

4

40

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations

2

3

6

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

5

10

internet and library research.

15

2

30

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

10

12

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

10

12

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=151

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 151/30 = 5.3=5

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

RTC321  Senaryo  3 0 3 0

 “SCENARIO’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Scenario (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 321

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

3

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr Shema Bukhari

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Recommended Optional Program Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

Learning to writing short scenarios, significance of script writing at film production

Learning Outcomes

1.To improve writing skills

2.To improve creative thinking  

3. To learn peculiarities of scenario  

4. To learn types of scenario

5.To learn usage of cameras/camera angles/transitions and effects   

Course Contents

In overall, during the semester students will learn the significance of script writing at the production process.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction to course, making students clear about the content of the course

Asking the expectations of students and what do they know about scenario writing

2

Scriptwriting terms

Introduction to basic concepts at scriptwriting

3

Scriptwriting Guidelines

 Script for TV, Cinema, sitcom

4

 What is a Film Script? Plot points and charaters

What are the plot points and where to start, developing characters

5

Format of the scenario

Investigating French and American Format of script writings

6

Format of the scenario

Focusing on American format of scriptwriting

7

Characterization/plot and ending

revision

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Tips for writing scenario

Discussing tips for writing a successful scenario

10

Structure and elements of structure (1)

Exploring structures of scenarios, Introduction part, body and conclusion part.

11

Elements of dramatic movements

Exploring crash points, solutions, plot points, compulsory scene

12

Basic principles of scenes and sequences

Discussing Basic principles of scenes and sequences

13

Formats of scenes

Decorations, formats of the scenes/stages

14

presentations

Questions, answers and discussions

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

TEXT BOOKS:

  1. Screenplay – the foundations of screenwriting by Syd Field

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 reports

10

20

Midterm exam

1

80

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

40

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

10

1

10

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

10

2

20

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

1

9

 9

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

20

21

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=118

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 118/30 = 3.9=4

 

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

 “SCENARIO’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION  2018

Course Unit Title

Scenario (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 321

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

3

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Öğretim Gör. Ferhat Atik

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Prerequisites and co-requisites

None

Recommended Optional Program Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

Learning to writing short scenarios, significance of script writing at film production

Learning Outcomes

1.To improve writing skills

2.To improve creative thinking 

3. To learn peculiarities of scenario 

4. To learn types of scenario

5.To learn usage of cameras/camera angles/transitions and effects  

Course Contents

In overall, during the semester students will learn the significance of script writing at the production process.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction to course, making students clear about the content of the course

Asking the expectations of students and what do they know about scenario writing

2

Scriptwriting terms

Introduction to basic concepts at scriptwriting

3

Scriptwriting Guidelines

 Script for TV, Cinema, sitcom

4

 What is a Film Script? Plot points and charaters

What are the plot points and where to start, developing characters

5

Format of the scenario

Investigating French and American Format of script writings

6

Format of the scenario

Focusing on American format of scriptwriting

7

Revision

revision

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Tips for writing scenario

Discussing tips for writing a successful scenario

10

Structure and elements of structure (1)

Exploring structures of scenarios, Introduction part, body and conclusion part.

11

Elements of dramatic movements

Exploring crash points, solutions, plot points, compulsory scene

12

Basic principles of scenes and sequences

Discussing Basic principles of scenes and sequences

13

Formats of scenes

Decorations, formats of the scenes/stages

14

Revision

Questions, answers and discussions

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

TEXT BOOKS:

  1. Orhan Kemal (2003). Senaryo tekniği ve senaryolar.
  2. Oğuz Gözen, Deniz Tekin (2007). Senaryo nasıl yazılır?: pratik senaryo yazma tekniği

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 reports

10

20

Midterm exam

1

80

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

40

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

10

1

10

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

10

2

20

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

1

9

 9

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

15

16

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

20

21

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=118

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 118/30 = 3.9=4

             
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RTC407  Rd-TV'de Müzik Programı  3 0 3 0

“Radyo ve TV’lerde Müzik Programcılığı”   Ders Tanımı 2019

Course Unit Title

Radyo ve TV’lerde Müzik Programcılığı

Course Unit Code

RTC407

Type of Course Unit

Zorunlu

Level of Course Unit

Lisans

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Öğretim Gör. Ferhat Atik

Mode of Delivery

Yüz yüze

Language of Instruction

Türkçe

Prerequisities and co-requisities

Yok

Recommended Optional Programme Components

Yok

Work Placement(s)

Yok

Objectives of the Course

Ses, görüntü veya ikisinin birlikte kullanarak pratik anlamda müzik programı içeriği oluşturma yöntem ve yeni fikirleri öğretileceği derstir.

Learning Outcomes

  1. En yaygın içerik olan müzikli program yapım tekniklerinin öğrenilmesi.
  2. Ses ve müzik kullanımının teknik yapılarının bilinmesi.
  3. İçerik kontrolü ve bilinci anlamında müzik yapımlarının öneminin ve eğlence alanındaki yerinin anlaşılması.
  4. Ses ullanım teknikleri konusunda radyo ve televizyonlardaki tekniklerin kavranması.

Course Contents

Hem içerik hem de teknik olarak radyo ve televizyonlarda müzik ağırlıklı yapım oluşturmanın detayları öğretilecektir.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Programcılık ve müzik programcılığının öğretilmesi

 

2

İçeriklerde teknik olarak sesin ve müziğin öğretilmesi

 

3

Müzik programları alanında içerik oluşturmanın detaylarının aktarılması

 

4

Örnek radyo program içerikleri hazırlama

 

5

Program içerikleri üzerinden gelişim değerlendirmeleri

 

6

Pratik çalışmalar ve Quiz

 

7

Sayısal ve Analog yayınlarda içerik oluşumu

 

8

Vize sınavı

Yazılı sınav

9

Uyum unsurlarının öğretilmesi

 

10

İzler ve dinler kitle oluşturma sürecinde belirlenecek içerik stratejileri

 

11

Müzik içerikli programları yeni kavramlarla düşünmek

 

12

Pratik çalışma örnekleri ve Quiz

 

13

Örnek TV program içeriği hazırlama.

 

14

Örnek üzerinden değerlendirme.

 

15

Programcılıkta radyo ve TV farklarının teknik ve içerik olarak öğretilmesi

 

16

Final sinavı

Yazılı sınav

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Özel ders notları. Deneyim paylaşımları.  Türkiye ve dünyadan program örnekleri.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Quiz

-

10

Vize

-

30

Final

-

40

Toplam

 

80

Katılım

20

Pratik başarı

-

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

2

1

2

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

9

3

27

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

1

11

 11

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

1

1

         1

1

2

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

14

15

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

19

20

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=119

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 119/30 = 3.96=4

             
RTC410  Türk Sinema Tarihi  3 0 3 0

HISTORY OF TURKISH CINEMA- INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

Course Unit Title

History of Turkısh Cinema

Course Unit Code

RTC 410

Type of Course Unit

Both Compulsary and Optional

Level of Course Unit

lisans

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

3

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Timur Cengiz

Mode of Delivery

Yüzyüze

Language of Instruction

Türkçe

Prerequisites and co-requisites

-

Recommended Optional Program Components

-

Work Placement(s)

Spectrum Hall

Objectives of the Course

Sinemanın bir sanat dalı ve kitle iletişim alanı olarak gelişiminin, Türkiye üzerinden incelenmesi. Dönemleri; Türkiye’nin siyasi, kültürel ve ekonomik şartları doğrultusunda anlamlandırmak.

Learning Outcomes

Türkiye Sineması`nın sanatsal ve teknik gelişimi yaratıcılar bazında, seçilmiş filmler aracılığıyla değerlendirilir.

Course Contents

İletişim mesajı, psikolojik ve sanatsal davranışı etkileyen faktörler, anlatım ve izlenim ile pekiştirilir.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Kronolojik Anlatım-Örnek Film

Genel Analiz

2

,,

,,

3

,,

,,

4

,,

,,

5

,,

,,

6

Modern Türkiye Sineması`nın Sanatsal Görünümü

Anlatım-Yorum

7

Örnek Film

Görsel-İşitsel Analiz

8

Modern Türkiye Sineması`nın Teknik Görünümü ve Geleceği

Anlatım -Yorum

9

Örnek Film

Görsel- İşitsel Analiz

10

Öğrenci Sunumları

Yüzyüze

11

Final Sınavı

Yazılı

 

 

 

 

  Seçmeli Ders  3 0 3 5
  Seçmeli Ders  3 0 3 5
  Seçmeli Ders  3 0 3 0
Toplam 15 10
KOD DERSİN ADI T U K AKTS Ön Koşul Syllabus
RTC425  Film - Eleştiri - Analiz  3 0 3 0

‘Film Criticism’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Film Criticism

Course Unit Code

RTC 425

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

 

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yosra Jarrar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides a comprehensive introduction of the complex process of analyzing media texts in general and films in particular. It also draws attention to the distinction between media production as either a selection or a construction of social reality.

 

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

Discuss Film Theory and Approaches to Criticism

Analyze different approaches to interpretation

Discuss Ideology’ and its histories: Marxist approaches in relation to film criticism

Discuss feature of Postmodernism in movies (Intertexuality, Pastiche, Homage, Hybridity, etc)

Course Contents

DIGGING DEEPER: FOUR LEVELS OF MEANING

What is symptomatic interpretation?

Approaches to interpretation

The formalist, contextualist, culturalist, auteurist approaches

The psychological, feminist and dualist approaches

Construction of reality in films (Ideology, Hegemony and Class Struggle)

Post Modernism elements in films (Intertexuality, Self-Reflexivity, Pastiche, Homage, Hybridity, Satire etc…

Narrative Theory (Propp, Todorv, and Barthes)

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Film Theories and approaches to criticism

The analysis of film theories

2

 Approaches to interpretations (1)

Identifying the content, whether explicit, implicit, and symptomatic, with a certain attitude a film is perceived

3

Approaches to interpretations (2(

Identifying the content, whether explicit, implicit, and symptomatic, with a certain attitude a film is perceived

4

Approaches to interpretations (3)

Identifying the content, whether explicit, implicit, and symptomatic, with a certain attitude a film is perceived

5

Why are the Media called the media?

Defining construction of reality through media

6

Presentation

Evaluation of the presentation

7

Marxism Today

Applying Marx to Films today

8

Marxism beyond Marx

Defining how class struugle and hegemony is represented in films

9

Midterm  exam

 

10

Post Modernism elements in films (1)

Analysing Intertexuality, Self-Reflexivity in films

11

Post Modernism elements in films (2)

Analyzing Pastiche, Homage, Hybridity, Satire in films

 

12

Narrative Theory (1)

 Identifying 8 character roles in all media with narrative

13

Narrative Theory (2)

 Identifying Equilibrium, distruption and the new equilbrium

14

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

The Media Student’s Handbook. Gill Branston and Roy Stafford

Linda Bradley, R. Barton Palmer and Steven Jay Schneider, Traditions in World Cinema.

Rutgers University Press. New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2006.

Julie F. Codell, ed. Gender, Gender, Race, and World Cinema: an Anthology. Blackwell

Publishing. Malden, MA and Oxford, UK, 2007.

Geoffrey Nowell-Smith, The Oxford History of World Cinema. Oxford University Press.

Oxford and New York, 1999.

Richard Barsam, Looking at Movies: an Introduction to Film, 2nd edition. W. W. Norton, 2006.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Presentations

2

30

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations

2

2

4

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

3

6

internet and library research.

15

3

45

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

18

                        20

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

22

24

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=180

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 180/30=6

 

               

 

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

RTC427  TV Stüdyo Yönetimi  3 0 3 0

APPLICATION OF ASSEMLING AND STUDIO MANAGEMENT’  INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Applıcatıon of Assemling And Studıo Management (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

 RTC427

Type of Course Unit

Both Compulsary and Optional

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

1

Practice (hour/week)

2

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

2-3-4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Timur Cengiz

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

Turkish

Prerequisities and co-requisities

 

Recommended Optional Programme Components

classroom

 

Work Placement(s)

Use of Media Center

Objectives of the Course

 

To teach students the techniques of using a camera and the steps of film and tv program making.

 

Learning Outcomes

To be able to understand the steps of short film making

To be able to understand the camera movements and applications

To be able to develop an understanding of studio management techniques

To be able to shoot, edit and produce a short film.

 

Course Contents

Film Making

Camera and Editing Techniques

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

ž  Stages of film making

Seminar

2

ž  Director

ž  Co Director

ž  Art Director

ž  Senarist

ž  Editor

ž  Cameraman

ž  Producer

Seminar

3

ž  Synopsis

Seminar and team work

4

Scenario

 

Seminar and team work

 

5

ž  Shooting Scenario

Seminar and team work

6

ž  Camera techniques

Seminar and team work

7

ž  Editing

Seminar and team work

8

ž  Midterms

 

9

ž  Shootings

Team work

10

ž  Shootings

Team work

11

ž  Shootings

Team work

12

            Time Lapse

Media Center-team work

13

ž  Editing

Media Center-team work

14

ž  Editing

Media Center-team work

15

ž  Submission of the documentary

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Seminar notes and reader.

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Reports- projects- attendance

 

 

Midterm exam

 

 

 

 

40

TOTAL

 

 

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

 

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

 

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

 

 

 

Hours per week (Application)

14

3

42

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

 

 

 

 

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

 

 

 

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

10

8

80

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

 

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

 

1

1

 

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

 

 

 

 

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=123

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 123/30 = 4.1

 

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

‘TV Studio Management’ COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Unit Title

TV Studio Management/Application of Assembling

Course Unit Code

RTC427

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

7 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

3

Semester when the course unit is delivered

4

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Asst.Prof. Dr. Martin A. M. Gansinger

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course is designed to familiarize students with the organizational tasks of operating a TV studio, including:

 

-          Discussion of the organizational structure and professional units of a broadcasting company

 

-          Legal aspects and questions of financing

 

-          Social responsibilites and profit-orientation in public and private context

 

-          Promotional tasks of the PR unit and cooperation with advertising partners

 

-          Audience research and target-group definitions

 

-          Program planning and program design

 

-          Timing and frequency

 

-          Production phase

 

-          Competetive strategies and market shares

 

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, the student will be able to;


1. Define the basic organizational structure and management functions of a broadcasting company

 

2. Explain the different approaches of public and private operators

 

3. Develop an understanding and sensitivity regarding legal issues and social regulations

 

4. Analyze and understand the aspect of advertising cooperations, marketing strategies and PR activities

 

5. Develop an awareness for matters of audience research and target-group location

 

6. Estimate and compose effective program schedules in accordance to different interests and requirements

 

7. Argue and explain the design and function of a specific format

 

Course Contents

 

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction and discussion of  the course objectives

Asking the expectations of students and what do they know about TV Studio Management

2

Definitions: aspects of TV Studio Mangement

Defining different structural elements management areas

3

Public and private TV

Discussion of mass media functions and market regulations

4

Financing and legal aspects

Considering legal issues such as frequency distribution, copyright violations, advertising regulations and public funding

5

Marketing and PR

Promotional activities of the PR and Marketing unit, branding, sponsoring, partnerships etc.

6

Audience research, target-group definition

Generation of demographical and psychographical data

7

Revision

Questions, answers and discussions

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Program planning

Development of effective formats and program elements in accordance with the corporate identity

10

Program design

Discussing the structural elements and sequences of the formats, defining prime areas and scheduling

11

Program production

Considering organizational, practical and technical aspects in the context of the production process

12

Program production II

Considering organizational, practical and technical aspects in the context of the production process, realization phase

13

Presentation

Screening and discussion of sample formats

14

Revision

Questions, answers and discussions

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Practical unit in cooperation with Helmut Sommer/producer, filmmaker/Austria

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 

 

 

Midterm

 

20

Final

 

80

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

40

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

60

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

8

2

16

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

5

2

10

internet and library research.

10

3

30

Preparing for class / homework

14

4

56

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

10

 

1

10

Final Exam

a) Exam

b) Individual studies for exam

1

1

1

15

1

15

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)= 181

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 181/30 = 5.73=6.03=6.00

 

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RTC428  Belgesel Film  3 0 3 0

‘’Documentary Films’’   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Documentary Films (Communication Faculty)

Course Unit Code

RTC 428

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

6 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

2

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assistant Professor Dr Shema Bukhari

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

This class will introduce you to a variety of documentary forms that have evolved over time. We will examine how these forms variously attempt to represent the world – and how they comment on representation by using, parodying, or critiquing reality, authenticity, truth, fact, and objectivity. To do so, we will look at documentary cinema from its beginnings in the 1920s through the present day, concentrating primarily on U.S. filmmakers. This course will also help you further hone your critical thinking, written argumentation, and analytical skills – and your creativity! – through your analysis of the films.

Learning Outcomes

  1. What is documentary?
  2. Why does that question matter?
  3. How do individual films add to or challenge the conventions of documentary filmmaking?
  4. And how do these films reinforce or change our understanding of the world and the people who live within it (including ourselves)?

Course Contents

Introduction. How to make documentary?. Essentials. Innovations. Ethnographic Documentaries. Screening

National Documentaries. Propaganda. Screening. Ethics in documentaries. Role of the characters. Environmental documentaries. Sports documentaries

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Introduction, How to make documentary?

Essentials

Innovations

The Various Steps of Production

 

2

Ethnographic Documentaries

Screening

 

The idea and the artistic hypothesis

b. Research: the tactical documentary filmmaker

c. The Synopsis: how to deal with funding and how to look for funding d. The documentary with or without a script

e. The shooting schedule f. Postproduction

3

Response papers

National Documentaries

 

Purpose and function of national documentaries

4

Propaganda

 

Documentary Genres and Styles

a. The shaping of information within the documentary

5

Screening

Response paper

b. Journalism and the artistic documentary

6

Presentation about the process of documentary making and the reasons for the choice of themes

 

7

Presentation and discussion continued

 

8

Midterm  exam

 

9

Ethics in documentaries

 

Ethical Conflict and Documentary Praxis

a. Expressive modes and the manipulation of the spectator`s emotions

b. Emotion, irony, ambiguity

10

Role of the characters

 

c. The observation-based documentary: Direct Film, Free Cinema, cinema verite

11

Environmental documentaries

 

d. The documentary built around a conceptual thesis

e. The documentary as propaganda

12

Sports documentaries

 

Effectiveness and popularity of sports documentary

13

Presentations with documentary screening

 

14

Presentations with documentary screening

 

15

Final Exam

 

 

 

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Documentary Film: A very short introduction - Patricia Aufderheide – Oxford

Documenting the Documentary New and expanded edition - with a Foreword by Bill Nichols - edited by Barry Keith Grant and Jeannette Sloniowski – Wayne State University Press

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Portfolio

4

40

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

30

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations

2

2

4

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

3

6

internet and library research.

15

3

45

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

18

20

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

22

24

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=180

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 180/30 = 6

 

               

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

Course Unit Title

Belgesel Film

Course Unit Code

RTC428

Type of Course Unit

Zorunlu

Level of Course Unit

Lisans

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4

Theoretical (hour/week)

-

Practice (hour/week)

3

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Öğretim Gör. Ferhat Atik

Mode of Delivery

Alan çalışması

Language of Instruction

Türkçe

Prerequisities and co-requisities

Yok

Recommended Optional Programme Components

Yok

Work Placement(s)

Yok

Objectives of the Course

Belgesel dersinde merkeze alınan teorik konu, bir belgeselin nasıl çekilmesi gerektiğidir. Kısa süren teori anlatımının ardından alanda doğrudan çekimler yapılarak öğrencinin belgesel planlama, senaryo, çekim, montaj ve tüm alan deneyimlerini kazanması sağlanmaktadır.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Genel belgesel kuralları ve türlerinin bilinmesi
  2. Konu seçimi ve seçime uygun çekim teknikleri
  3. İzin süreçlerinin öğrenilmesi
  4. Araştırma süreci
  5. Provaların yapılması
  6. Çekimlerin gerçekleştirilmesi
  7. Kurgu sürecinin tamamlanması
  8. Tanıtım, cat dizayn vb. sürecin tamamlanması
  9. Gösterim

Course Contents

Dersle pratik bir deneyim sunulmakta ve başından sonuna bir belgeselin çekimi her aşamada öğrenciye öğretilmekte ve uygulatılmaktadır.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Belgesel çekim tekniklerinin anlatımı, türleri ve sürecin tümünün teorisi

 

2

Belgesel çekimi için konu belirleme, izinler

Öğrenci konuyu kendi seçmekte ve pratik olarak gerekli izinleri almaları sağlanmamtadır.

3

Belgesel araştırma süreci

Konuya göre, gerekli araştırmanın metodolojik olarak yapılması

4

Görüşme organizasyonu ve provalar

Görüşülecek kişiler belirlenerek prova çekimlerinin yapılması

5

Provalar devam

 

6

Çekimler

Gerekli çekimlerin alanda ve ekip olarak gerçekleştirilmesi

7

Çekimlere devam

 

8

Çekimlere devam

 

9

Çekimlere devam

 

10

Çekimlere devam

 

11

Çekimlere devam

 

12

Kurgu öncesi çalışmaları

Kurgu öncesinde ekip toplanarak kurgu formatının netleştirilmesi

13

Kurgu

Pratik olarak öğretilerek kurguların gerçekleştirilmesi

14

Kurgu devam

 

15

Final çalışma

Belgeselin tamamlanması

16

Final

Gösterim

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Özel ders  notları

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Quiz

-

-

Vize

-

-

Final

-

-

Toplam

 

-

Katılım

 

60

Pratik başarı

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

2

1

2

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

9

3

27

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

1

11

 11

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

1

1

         1

1

2

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

14

15

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

19

20

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=119

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 119/30 = 3.96=4

             
  Seçmeli Ders  3 0 3 5
RTC408  Medya Etiği  3 0 3 0

“Media Ethics”   INDIVIDUAL COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Course Unit Title

Media Ethics  

Course Unit Code

RTC 408

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

An undergraduate Degree

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                            

5 ECTS

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

 

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yosra Jarrar

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisities and co-requisities

None

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The course provides a comprehensive introduction of the concept of media ethics and applies it to some basic questions regarding the roles governments, businesses, and culture play in what we read, see and hear. Drawing on a range of theories and approaches, the course also presents an overview of how to approach texts.

 

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

Discuss the differences between ethics and morals.

Analyze the different traditions to ethics (the Aristotelian tradition, Natural Law Tradition, Human Sentiment, Kant and the Categorical imperative, Bentham, Mill and Utilitarianism, Modern Approaches)

Explain current Codes of Ethics (SPJ)

Debate media ethics concepts in light of current happenings including: Journalism of attachment, Media’s duty of care, Payola, Plugola etc..

Recognize and discuss mainstream and critical approaches to mass media

Course Contents

Ethics and Journalism

Thinking about ethics

Virtue ethics

Lying to tell a story

Freedom’s scope

Private livers and public interest

Death, disease and destruction

Conflicts of interest

The good journalist

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Ethics and journalism

The reporting bestiary

2

 Virtue ethics

Identifying the temptations that journalists are heir to

Identifying virtue ethics

3

Lying to tell a story

Identifying the value of truth

Truth and truthfulness

Lying and public interest

4

Breaking and restoring trust

Identifying the content of the mendacious medium

5

Freedom’s scope

Defining freedom

Freedom of expression

Avoiding harm

Freedom, truth and goddness

6

Presentation

Evaluation of the presentation

7

Private lives and public interest

What is privacy?

Protecting privacy

Making the private public

Public interest ans public good

8

Death, disease and destruction

Coverage of suffering

Death and disaster

Domestic tragedy

Picture power

9

Midterm  exam

 

10

Conflict of interest

Intentions and motives

Bribes, junkets and freeebies

Financial journalism

Personal views

11

Self-Regulation and codes of conduct

Promoting ethical behavior

Global self-regulation and codes of practive

12

Blaming the hatlots

The limits of the letter of the lawResponsible and accountable

Irresponsible journalism

13

The good journalist

 Twenty-first century ethical challenges

Encouraging good journalists  

14

Presentations

Evaluation of Presentations

15

Final Exam

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Ethics and Journalism. Karen Sanders. (2003)

Handbook of Media Ethics. Lee Wilkins. (2009)

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

 Presentations

2

30

Midterm exam

1

30

Final exam

1

40

TOTAL

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

15

3

45

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

2

3

6

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

2

5

10

internet and library research.

15

2

30

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

2

18

 36

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

 

 

        

 

 

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

2

10

                     1 2

 

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

2

10

12

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)= 151

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 151/30=5.3=5

 

               

 

 

Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes

 

Learning Outcomes

 

Programme Outcomes

 

 

PO 1

PO 2

PO 3

PO 4

PO 5

PO 6

PO 7

PO 8

PO 9

PO 10

PO 11

PO 12

LO1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LO9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contribution Level: 1 Very Low      2 Low      3 Medium      4 High            5 Very High

 

“Ethics & Research in Journalism”   Ders Tanımı  2018

Course Unit Title

Ethics & Research in Journalism

Course Unit Code

RTC 408

Type of Course Unit

Zorunlu

Level of Course Unit

Lisans

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated                                           

4

Theoretical (hour/week)

3

Practice (hour/week)

-

Laboratory (hour/week)

-

Year of Study

4

Semester when the course unit is delivered

1

 Name of Lecturer (s)

Öğretim Gör. Ferhat Atik

Mode of Delivery

Yüz yüze

Language of Instruction

Türkçe

Prerequisities and co-requisities

Yok

Recommended Optional Programme Components

Yok

Work Placement(s)

Yok

Objectives of the Course

Etik dersi iletişim alanında meslek yürütecek bireylerin, iş görürken temel anlamda yapmaları ve yapmamaları gereken ilkeleri, örnekler ve felsefe tarihinden gelen bilgilerle aktaran bir derstir.

Learning Outcomes

  1. İş alanında ihtiyaç duyulacak sağduyuya sahip olmak
  2. Karşılaşılacak ikircikli karar anlarında verecekleri kararların doğru seçilmesini sağlamak
  3. Kavramsal temellerde edinilecek etik anlayışın benimsenmesini sağlamak
  4. Temel anlayışlar üzerinden medyanın etik yönetimin, sağlamak
  5. Medyanın etik içerik oluşumunu sağlamak

Course Contents

Meslek etik kurallarını öğretmek ve mesleğe ilişkin etik kararların verilmesini, Kitle iletişim araçlarının konumu ve yayın ilke ve esasları, basın meslek ilkeleri, otokontrol gibi önlemlerle içeriği oluşturmak.

 

 

 

Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

 

WEEKS

 

TOPICS

Theoretical Courses

Application

1

Etik tanımları temel anlatım

 

2

Felsefe ve Etik ilişkisi

 

3

Etik tarihi

 

4

Etk tarihi

 

5

Quiz 1

 

6

Etik’in güncel durumu

Güncel uygulamalar üzerinden çalışma

7

Mesleklerde etik uygulamaların önemi

Disiplinler arsı uygulama örnekleri

8

Vize

 

9

Medya ve iletişim alanında etik

Pratik uygulama olarka habercilik

10

Araştırma metodlarının öğretilmesi

 

11

Araştırma uygulamaları

Pratik araştırma uygulamaları

12

Araştırma ve etik

 

13

Araştırma ve etik devam

 

14

Quiz 2

 

15

Meta etik yaklaşım araştırma

 Güncel örnekler üzerinden çalıma

16

Final

 

Textbook / Material / Recommended Readings

Ethica-Spinoza, Etik-Ahlak, benzerlik ve farklılıklar (makale)-Ferhat Atik, Medya ve Etik-İrfan Erdoğan

ASSESSMENT

Semester (Year) Interior Activities

Number

 Semester (year) Note the% Contribution to

Quiz

2

10

Vize

1

40

Final

1

50

Toplam

 

100

Semester (year) Grades of Domestic Contribution Activities

 

60

Semester (year) of the Final Exam grade Contribution

40

 

TOTAL

100

 

Course Learning, Teaching and Assessment Activities in the FrameworkCalculation of the workload

Activities

Number

Duration (hour)

Total Workload(hour)

Hours per week (theoretical)

14

3

42

Hours per week (Application)

 

 

 

Presenting of observations and  practices as report

2

1

2

The preparation and presentation of the report, research paper.

 

 

 

internet and library research.

9

3

27

Preparing  and presentations of homework.

1

11

 11

Quiz

Preparation for quiz

1

1

         1

1

2

Supervision

a)  Midterm Examination

b)Self-study for exam

 

1

1

 

1

14

15

Final Exam

a) Exam

b)  individual studies for exam

 

1

1

 

1

19

20

                       TOTAL WORKLOAD (hour)=119

AKTS CREDIT COURSE = Total Work Load(hour)/(30 hours/AKTS)= 119/30 = 3.96=4

             
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