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Voice of Youth

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I would like to thank you so much for your cooperation on this issue of our newspaper. Since New Year has come, allow me to wish you all the best.

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December 2016 CONTENTS

Poland ……………………………………………… 4-11 Turkey …………………………………………. 12-21 Turkey ………..…………………………….. 32-39 Romania ……………………………………….. 22-31 Spain ……….…………………………………14-14

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Poland My typical day My typical day usually starts at 7 o’clock. After waking up, I wash, get dressed and have breakfast. My mum often prepares me lunch to school. Then I go to school by bus. My classes start at 8:00 or 8:50. I usually have 7 classes so I leave school at 2:30. During breaks I talk to my friends or listen to music. It takes me about 15 minutes to get home. At about 3 o’clock I have dinner and then I have time to rest. On Tuesdays and Thursdays I practise capoeira and I come back home at 9 o’clock then. On other days, after having a rest, I do my homework and study. My favourite subjects are English and Maths. In the evening I sometimes watch movies or listen to music. I hate Mondays because I have difficult lessons. The best part of my everyday routine is running with my amazing dog Nela. I usually go to bed at 10 pm on weekdays. J.W.

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December 2016 My school

Today I will tell you a little bit about my school. I go to Lower Secondary School No 14 named after Marszałek Józef Piłsudski in Olsztyn. I spend so much time there that this is my second home. It is located in the Dajtki district. In my school there aren’t many students. We feel very comfortable here. We have a lot of classrooms, such as classrooms for maths, physics, chemistry, Polish, English, German, art, IT, history, geography, biology. There are also such rooms as a school shop (tuck shop), canteen, common room and school office. In the basement of the school there are five cloakrooms where students can leave their jackets and change shoes. And there is a gym where we have our PE classes, an art classroom and German classroom. On the Grodnu floor there is a school Office, classrooms and a hall where students can spęd time at break. On the first floor there are some more classrooms, a tuck shop and a Staff room. I have attended this school for 3 years. Unfotunately, this is my last year. This is the best school. I feel at home here because my school is famous for its friendly atmosphere. I love Christmas time. We organise special school Christmas Eve together in the school hall where all teachers and students meet. We prepare special food, divide the wafer, watch the Nativity play and sing Christmas carols. The teachers are very nice and always helpful. I like them very much. 5


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December 2016 A.J. and W.Ĺť.

Our sights (1)

The castle in Olsztyn It was built between 1346-1353. In years 1516-1521 Mikołaj Kopernik, a great Polish astronomer, lived there. In 1945 the whole castle became home to the Masurian Museum, which today is called the Museum of and Masuria. In addition there are also popular events held within the frameworks of the Olsztyn Artistic Summer and so called "evenings of the castle". In the castle you can see, among other things, an exhibition about Kopernik. There is an experimental, astronomical table hanging on the wall from 1517 6


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made by Mikołaj Kopernik.

A.K. and B.P.

Sport in Poland The most popular sport in our country is ski jumping. One of the best, and the most recognizable ski jumpers is Adam Małysz.

He won 4 Olympic medals, 6 World Cup medals and he won Four Hills Tournament. Another very popular sport in Poland is football. Polish national team enjoyed the biggest achievements in 70's and 80's. And omitting the fact that Poland hasn't reached any bigger achievements recently, Polish fans always keep enjoying every single match of our team.

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We've also got a really good volleyball team. We won the World Cup in 2014.

A.S.

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Our city

The coat of arms of Olsztyn Olsztyn is a city on the Ĺ yna River in northeastern Poland. Olsztyn is the capital of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. It was founded in the 14th century. For centuries the city was an important centre of trade, crafts, science and administration in the Warmia region. Since 1999 Olsztyn is the capital city of the Warmia-Masuria. In the same year, the University of Warmia and Masuria was founded from the fusion of three other local universities. The most important sights of the city include the medieval Old Town and the Olsztyn Cathedral, which dates back more than 600 years. The picturesque market square is part of the European Route of Brick Gothic and the cathedral is regarded as one of the greatest 9


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monuments of Gothic architecture in Poland. M.M.

Our sights (2)

It won’t be an exaggeration to say that the church has accompanied the town of Olsztyn since its earliest times. Although the exterior of the church was shaped for a few centuries, the building has well balanced proportions and a uniform style. The impressive belfry is nearly 70 meters tall. Since 1973 the church 10


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has had a function of a cathedral and in 2003 it was named a Cathedral Basilica by Pope John Paul.

Inside, you can find items from the past, such as:  Gothic-style tabernacle and late-Gothic tryptich  Renaissence paint decoration and chandeliers  Baroque sculptures of the apostles St. Andrew and St. James the Older, a crucifix, a baptismal font, and other objects  A 16th century legend says that one day a deer ran into the church from the hunt and died inside. As a rememberance of this unusual event, a chandelier was made from real deer’s skull and antlers.

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Turkey Language Learning Corner Türkçe Öğreniyorum Greating and meeting in Turkey: -When you see your friend : Hi! What’s up? Selam! Nasılsın?

-When you see your teacher: Hello! How areyou? Merhaba! Nasılsınız?

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EGE’ S PEARL İzmir is the third biggest city of Turkey. It is located in the Aegean region. It is the biggest city that has a coast in the Aegean Sea. It has been the most significiant coastal town of the region

since

the

earliest

times

in

history. This feature has made İzmir and contemporary Turkey one

of

the

most

important

settlements in trade and industry. Victor Hugo, the great poet and writer of French Literature, who spends a part of his life in İzmir, describes İzmir as a princess of the East. İzmir might be the most free city of Turkey. İzmir is like a blue haired girl who is in the free people on streets. She is colorful, free and blue. İzmir smells profusely sincerity with its people and streets with palm trees.

Especially

its

girls,

women...

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its girls smell like the sea. İzmir's girls are really beautiful. Maybe because of its air and water, or maybe because their looks and they know how to love. İzmir is a city where democracy and republic are lived in a full way. And of course also Atatürk. Whenever an event happens, all houses and streets turn red. As I said, that blue haired girl attracts attention with her differences immediately. As much as saying gevrek(bagel) instead of simit; çiğdem(kernel)

instead

of

çekirdek.

İzmir's people are very chirpy. Especially in the spring... The people of İzmir hit the streets as soon as they feel warm, as if they do not want to miss a second in their lives. To Konak, Alsancak, Agora, Kemeraltı, Kızlarağası Han, İnciraltı, Urla, Foça, Dikili, Çeşme, Kuşadası... The travelling never ends, you feel each different story as if you experienced it in every step you take. You encounter helpful and kind people in places you visit. They are like a single family. İzmir is Sezen Aksu, Atilla İlhan, Dairo Moreno. İzmir

is

a

poem,

which

a

poet

writes

attentively.

-Gevrek is a name which is used by the people in İzmir. -Simit is a common name of bagel, is used by all people -Çiğdem is a name which is also used by the people in İzmir exclusively -Çekirdek is a common name of kernel, is used by all people TUĞBA FİÇİCİ 14


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Beggining of The Year If you ask what is “new year” to Turkish Language Society,you will see two meaning about us. First one; The first day of January:I don’t know if any tradition we have for celebrating the new year. Second one; in Gregorian calender which is used in West countries and Turkey,it means the first day of the new year. Now,take this two objective explanation (according to what and whom) and put somewhere, I put them a place,let’s see is the Stone in the hole? New year means I’ve just started writing these lines,getting excited every year again,sometimes it means making preparation a month or a week before,sometimes it means being sad to make any preparation or it means a Christmas tree in front of my home’s window, an ornemantal on my home’s door, a diner table with delicious foods,alcohol on the table,alcohol in the glass, singer on the stage, it means Kıbrıs Martyrs street and Karşıyaka’s happiness or none of them;the next day,sitting on the sofa and being out of the new year thought,decorticating mandarin and watching television… To be truthful,new year is before the “or” in our families. New year arouses a new paper, new diary, new calendar, new year’s new babies,happiness,hope and joy to us. By the way, we need them this days and don’t understand it wrong, we are not celebrating Jesus’ birth, we are celebrating new year,

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newness and new hopes. Or never mind, it can be wrong. Anyway we are making wrong things nowadays. We should not do..! We should not do anything frequent. We should not go that easy, humanity should not be so cheap, heart should not be so unattainable, we should not make our pains and loss ordinary‌ And we should be brave (human) like my words, not too much, just a little. We should try, at least for now, the world will change. And I can guarantee this, we weill be happy if we make it a little. AS HUMANITY, AS ALL HUMANITY!!!

Melisa NINCOVITCH

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The Survey The Şemsos is Answering In the questions are we did every month, we asked şemsos which literature branch they are intersted in , the music they listened to and the films they watch . Endless Thanks... Jules Verne is in the list which inspires the most. Şemsos like reading Orhan Pamuk . The first name is Orhan Pamuk when literature is mentioned . The legend book of Şemsos is ''Little Lord'' . When we say poetery the first name is Nazım Hikmet

.The

works

of

Zülfü

Livaneli

are

Orhan PAMUK

contemponary and fluent . The books of Ömer Seyfettin are the nostalgic ones which takes you past . The works of Canan Tan are chosen as the mirror that represents woman's soul . As Çalıkuşu is chosen the masterpiece of passion , Cemal Süreyya , Atilla İlhan , Oğuz Altay are chosen in 17

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first ten because of their poems full of emotion . It's said that ; ''Şu çılgın türkler'' , ''Suç ve Ceza'' must be read by everyone ., they are mysterious about not seperating enough time or literature . While the ''Twilight series'' is the mıst favorite science-fiction work for Şemsos . Harry Potter series has the same interest as well . -Lastly şemsos indicated that they can give their time to read at least 30-5- pages in a day . The şemsos have chosen Brad Pitt as a foreign actor, Audney Hepburn as a foreign actress ., but also Çağatay Ulusoy . They really admire Çağatay Ulusoy but also Teoman to be seen on a film . According to them Titanic is the best film ever so they would likte to watch in the school . They are really keen on scary films and the best thriller film is ''Dabbe'' . The funniest Turkish film is the series of ''Düğün Dernek'' for them . Cem yılmaz is the funniest actor chosen by them . The şemsos prefer watching cinema to be going to theatre . They also prefer sitting and watching at the back . The best cartoon film is ''Tom and Jerry'' has never been forgotten by them . As a war film it has been chosen ''Dağ 2'' and Çağan Irmak has been put at the top director list by them . Şemsos prefers rock to pop music and they think Ceza is the best rapper . And playing the guitar is the most favorite activity they do .''Duman' is being chosen as the best band of Turkey . Teoman has Sezen AKSU 18


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been selected as the best singer and coposer and his most emotional song is ''Çoban Yıldızı'' . And they insist that their music styles are Rock&Pop . And if Fenerbahçe would be champion of the league , they would like to see ''Athena'' in a concert . As the best ever albums ; ''MFÖ'' the best female singer ''Şebnem Ferah'' And ''Sezen Aksu'' for them . They believe that hadise and Beyonce are the best singers who dance as well . The best producer company is ''PMC'' for them . The şemsos indicated the best eurovision song is ''Everyway that i can'' , the most the most favorite song they listened last summer was ''Gıybet'' by Serdar Ortaç . Demet akalın is succesful for them who was model before singing . ''Öp'' is Tarkan's favorite song while ''Waka Waka'' is Shakira's one . Ther are unhappy about not having melody and still happy about listening ''ıslak ıslak'' from Barış Akarsu. They listen to music three or five hours in a day . We wish a happy life full of melody to ''Şemsos'' fans as they think music is the best way of telling emoiton by melodies . PS: Şemikler Anatolian Highschool students uses the verb ‘’şemsos’’ for a shortcut . It means ‘’Şemikler High Society’’ . Taylan ÇİFTÇİ, Yaren YANMAZ, Selin KARABULUT, Zeynep Esra TÖRÜN, Selcan ZOR, Başak ERDOĞAN

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Interviews I made a conversation with a student from our school Mert DUZDOKUR. I asked to him what does he thinking about his school and his teachers. That is what he said; We students, see education differently. From this point of view our thoughts about education gets different too. In general students see education as a sector what you can earn money from it. In the future they wish to have a good job and carrier which will bring good money. I think it won't be wrong to say we have friends who think like that. However we have to see education as a way of thinking which will bring value to our life; not for only money. At the point which we have been after the education; we have to know education is not for only money, education is a thing which is helping us about setting up our life, getting married, living with a happy life. Is that all? No... Most

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importantly it will help us to gain respect. For example in primary school we studied harder than our friends and we get the chance to be a part of this friendship. If our friends and families say ''He/she studies at Anatolian High School'' this is the first sign of the respect shown us and if we keep in that performance a happy future will be ahead of us. Thats why we have to see education not just a way of earning money but a secret way of being happy. One day when we reached a good point in our carrier, our families will be proud of us and they may be able to say ''That is my child'' , and our friends may be able to say ''That is my dear friend'' . That is when we really have a happy life. This is why we have to see education as a life saving way. We shouldn't let some thoughts change our way of seeing education. Our school is already doing it's best to help us reach our goals. From the first day of the school foremost our principle and all the other teachers are almost sparing all their time to us. It may be injust not to be aware of what they are doing for us. We must not see the school is just not about only giving knowledge. We must let the school take us and bring to the good future. Çağkan ÜNVER

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Romania

BÄ‚BANA SCHOOL, ARGEČ˜, ROMANIA. TEACHER: EFRIM ADRIANA Our school Our school is situated in Babana, Arges, Romania. It is situated on a little plain, surrounded by hills with forests. It is a small school at the country-side. There learn about 200 students with ages between 3 and 14 years old. We go at kindergarten until the age of 6, then we enter to primary school, first into a preparatory class for one year. In this time we learn

the

numbers,

letters,

to

read

and

write

simple

sentences/words. We also have a class of English language once a week. At the age of 7, we are in the first form and finish primary school with the 4th form at 11 years old.

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In primary school, classes start at 8 o’clock and finish at 12 o’clock. Our brakes are of 10 minutes after each 50 minutes of lessons. We eat a sandwitch prepared by our parents. Our school doesn’t have a canteen or an after school. So, at 12 o’clock a bus takes us home. We do our tasks at home with our parents. We have national tests in the 2nd and 4th forms to test our abilities of reading, writing and maths. From the 5th to 8th form we are in the gymnasium. We finish gymnasium with an exam at Maths and Romanian according to which we enter highschool. In the 6th form we have another national test at: Romanian and English/French, Biology, Maths and Physics. At our school, classes start at 12 o’clock and finish at 6 o’clock. We have 2 buses that take us to school and then home. At school we study: Romanian, Maths, English, French, History, Geography, Biology,

Arts,

Music,

Physical

Education,

Physics,

Chemistry,Technological Education, Counseling. The school has 8 classrooms, incuding a laboratory for Informatics and one for Biology. We have our own class room and each teacher come to our classroom. All teachers have a single room where they keep their records and stay during breaks.

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Last year our schol won a big prize in money at a competition and now each classroom has a whiteboard and outside we have a sports field made of concrete, but it doesn’t have a roof. Our rules are not very harsh. We must behave well and wear a school unform. Girls have to wear a dark blue dress with a white blouse and boys have to wear a black suit with white shirt and black tie. Bâcă

Adelin,

Băncilă

Valentin, the 5th form

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Hidden in the middle of the forest, surrounded by trees, my village’s name is Băbana and it lays on 39 square km. In our forests there still are foxes, rabbits, squarrels and deers. Along the main road there is a small stream, but when it rains heavily, produces floods. It’s a small village but with friendly and well coming people. There are 4 chursches in our parish, a mayoralty, a small health centre, pharmacy, a library, and a police station. There are a few little shops, a gas station, and a bakery. Most of people work in the nearest city, Pitesti, which is 20 km far. Some people are builders, others are carpenters- they usualy make traditional casks ( wood carved and put together to form a biger container/vessel where people store wine or plum brandy). Because here are fewer and fewer places to work, many people left the country and work abroad to send money to their families. People are hardworking, with beautiful hoses. Houses are situated on the top of hills or at the bottom and you can admire a wonderful view every season. Each of us has its own garden where we grow vegetables and have trees like: apples, pears, cherries, quinces, plums, nuts. We also have grapes, strowberries, blackberries, raspberries. People can also grow farm animals like: hens, geese, ducks, pigs, goats, cows, horses. But, unfortunately fewer and fewer people grow horses and cows . Some people have more pieces of land where they cand grow 25


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especially corn and wheat only on few areas. But, this area is great for planting plum trees. My village is and will always be for me, a piece of heaven with wonderful memories. VIth form students: Stănică Alexandra, Răducu Oana, Răducu Bianca, Barbu Elena, Țurlea Alexandra

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Our country Romania is situated in Southeastern Europe. It borders the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, and Moldova. It has an area of 238,391 square kilometres (92,043 sq mi) and a temperatecontinental climate. With 19.94 million inhabitants. The River Danube,is Europe's second longest river, rises in Germany and flows southeastwards for a distance of 2,857 km, passes through ten countries before emptying in Romania's Danube Delta. The Carpathian Mountains, with their tallest peak Moldoveanu at 2,544 m (8,346 ft), cross Romania from the north to the southwest In our country you can admire wonderful views. We have: plains, hills, mountains, lakes, rivers, Danube Deta and shore to Black Sea. Our country still has unique plants that are protected, big forests and wild animals like: bears, wolves, foxes, deers, snakes In our country you can fiind unique geography: mud volcanoes, frozen lakes even in summer, at high altitude, hot water springs that comes up from ground, mineral waters, salty waters and other kind of springs with other minerls that have been proved for centuries to have a healing power. Our country has some beautiful old and well preserved castles like:

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Corvinilor Castle

The red castle

Bran castle

Sturza castle

Carei Castle Peles Castle

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In our country are many other castles, I just added some of them. There are many churches and monasteries, monuments and parks. We have all the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter and the temperature varies from -10 C to +30 C depending on the region and season. We have wonderful waterfalls, great views. Famous people from our country are the ones who: invented the pen, the penincilin, elicopter,insulin injection for diabetes, some vaccines, steam engine, the first laser by gas, bucharest, the capital was the first city lightened with petroleum, and here was build the fist, oil distillery, the first plane, the first plane with reaction, cibernetics. Romania has beautiful traditions for each season or holiday. These are our traditional suits:

In December, for Christmas, Romanians use to sacrifice the pig and prepare delicios food to celebrate Jesus birth. Children dressed in traditional costumes, some of them are dressed in bears or goats, visit their neighbours and sing carols and dance special dances.. They are served with sweets, apples, nuts, bagels or they are given money. The whole family gets together for 29


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Christmas, we decorate the Christmas tree, we decorate the outside of our houses with Christmas lights Tomescu Cristina, Florea Amalia, the 8th form

How do I spend my leisure time?

I will begin by complaining I have very little free time because I’m a lazy perso and it taks me 2 hours to complete something which may last thirty minutes…Sad story, I know… But still, the weekends I grab to spend them just on half because until the afternoonI sleep… Whatever, after I finish my homeworks, on Saturday, it remains me some time when, usually I help my parents at houseworksor i just waste time. The next day, on Sunday, ism y whole free day. I wake up at 12 a.m. or 1a.m., i eat and then, fun begins… I read, because for me, reading is an escape from reality. When I read, I forget eve where I am… I draw, because this is a way of expressing myself. I don’t consider myself very talented, but I like to expose my ideas by drawings.

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I write, because i like to create new universes and new worlds, when the future of protagonists depends just on me. And finally i make DYE things of any kind; from room decorations, to personalized clothes, school suplies or I even repair or sticks mall objects. For me, these activities and quiling art are relaxing. Well, I almost forgot to mention a thing. Although i thought the previous point is the last, I still have something. I love playing computer games, and i am a little gamer. I play games like LOL (League of Legends), Minecraft, NFS (Need for Speed), Nosferatu, Fallout, GGx2 (Well, even if it’s an old game, I like it). I kknow I do a lot of things in the weekends, but when i have a free dayduring the week, things are different. I do homeworks, I sleep, I play on PC and i sleep again…Now, when I’m thinking, I believe I sleep too much…neah, it’s not so… :) Occasionally i meet with my friends… But just occasionaly. Don’t judge me! I like much more to read a book or to see what’s newer on Tumbb drinking a hot cup of tea than going outside… Well, that’s all about my leisure time. Kiss you, readers! Byeeeeee! Dutulescu Alexandra, the 7th form

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Turkey Aden College Celebrate the Domestic Goods Week

The Domestic Goods Week is celebrated between 12 – 18 December in our country. The aim of the week is to raise the consciousness of consumption of the domestic goods and to emphasize the importance of using domestic goods. In this respect, as Aden College, we celebrated this week by organizing a fair. Our students’ families prepared or bought some pastry and our students brought them to our school and sold them for the aid campaign to the handicapped people. You can find the photos from our fair below.

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Music Contest among 9th Grades

To learn English with a funny way; Aden College ELT Department decided to organize a song contest among 9th class. Class 9/A attended to contest with “Don’t Know Why”, Class 9/B attended to contest with “Sunrise” and the Class 9/C attended to contest “Come Away With Me” songs. After voting by our teachers, Class 9/B won the contest. By singing songs, our students develop their speaking abilities and this provides them to speak fluently. Also this activity develops their self-confidence and provides them enjoyable English lessons. They had fun while singing their songs and we also had fun listening them.

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Turkish Language Teaching Schedule Turkish Alphabet There are 29 letters in Turkish alphabet. 8 vowels and 21 consonants. Aa, Bb, Cc, ÇçDd, Ee, Ff, Gg,ĞğHh, Iı, İi, Jj, Kk, Ll, Mm, Nn, Oo, Öö, Pp, Rr,Ss, Şş, Tt, Uu, Üü, Vv, Yy, Zz Vowels: a-e-ı-i-o-ö-u-ü Consonants: b-c-ç-d-f-g-ğ-h-j-k-l-m-n-p-r-s-ş-t-v-y-z Step 1 : Conversancy (Basic) Merhaba:Hello ! Günaydın: Good morning ! İyigünler: Have a nice day ! İyiakşamlar: Good evening ! Hoşçakal: Good Bye ! İyigeceler: Good night ! Nerelisin ? : Where are you from ? Tekirdağlıyım: I am from Tekirdağ. 34


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Ali: Merhaba. Benimadım Ali. Seninadınne ?( Hello ! My name is Ali. What is your name ? ) Murat: Benimadım Murat.( My name is Murat) Ali: Memnunoldum.( Nice to meet you ) Murat: Ben de memnunoldum. (Nice to meet you,too)

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An interview with our school’s founder ‘Sadık BAŞ’ 1. Can you talking about yourself, please? I graduated faculty of management from Afyon University. After university was over, I thought the university would not be enough and decided to go to the UK. Before I left, I went to the language course and then I went to England. After I went to England, my life changed, I stayed in Britain for 2.5 years. Afterwards, I returned to the country but the 2001 crisis came to fruition and the economic crisis hit the country. When looking for a job, all sectors were affected from the crisis and now the workers started to get out of the business. I decided to make my own business, that is to say "education consultancy". I made counseling for those who want to study abroad. After 2003 I started to work in the education sector as a hobby at first, and afterwards as a professional. In 2004 we established the first training center. In 2011 we took the foundation of the ADEN college. In 2013, with the law to convert from training center to school, we firstly turned into secondary school and Anatolian high school in Turkey. In 2014, we built the first campus to transform. I can talk about my hobbies. To me, the most marvelous thing that every human being should have in his life and inherit is his talents with education. You should have your talents as well as your education. I have been boxing for a long time, 15-16 years, I am sailing and playing side flutes from musical instruments; Off-road 36


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and classic car curiosity is another diversity. An ideal person needs to know at least one language, get a good education and sports, and finally be interested in art. 2. What was your biggest dream when you were a child? When I was a child, my biggest dream was to be a racing pilot. I really wanted to contest. 3. What are you planning to do for our school? I never believed in the branding of names. There is no such thing in any good education model in the world. If we look at the day from 1800's; The Levant High School, founded in Switzerland, is still the unique branch. We want to maintain our schools for 100 years or 200 years in Turkey, such as Robert high school, Saint Joseph french high school. We would like to give full English education by taking students from all over Turkey, and then we plan to serve as an international organization. 4. How do you help student’s lessons? Are you interest with their lessons or not? Very few of the founders of the training center are helping the students. I am very careful about this topic and I give information about how to study correctly. I am more interested in classes 9 and 12. As it is the starting age, I will also deal with 11th grade students in the coming semester. I am closely following the English classes of the 9th grade personally. 37


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5. What kind of criteria do you care for your employees? It would be better if we talked about our teachers. The most important aspect is energy and smile. The teacher knows everything, of course, but the important thing is dialogue with the students. They must be friends with students and behave positively. 6. What is success for you? How does it obtain? "Think on it, create on it, work on it" success is made up of these 3 steps for me. I do not believe anyone has failed. The situations that people will fail are only outside of their interests. People who desire success should not think about money. " If you do something you like in life, you will not seem to have worked. " I am doing a job that I enjoy and I like and I think that we are very successful. I believe that you will work hard on a job you like and that you will succeed. 7. Can you talking about your achievements, please? Success in life cannot be measured with money. Success is; how far you have progressed or your precursors. For example, we made the opening of the training center and we just became the best in TekirdaÄ&#x; and we had about 1200 students. We were the first training center with its own building. We were the first establishment that transformed from the training center in to the school. There were 13 classrooms in Tekirdag. 12 of them refused to transform. Actual full capacity operation of our school from the 38


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first year of our opening is a success. If you ask me that I’m successful in life or not, I think I am accomplished.” 8. Is there anything you want to achieve but you can not? There is. I want to build a university and I have not succeeded yet. I hope we can make it. 9. What are the most difficult aspects of being an administrator? To be patient. An administrator wants qualified teachers to put him in place of the learner, which is a very difficult situation. If done wrong, we must be able to show the right in patience. 10. Are you doing this job for profit or for the future of your students? What do you think? Never calculate the profit of your work. I think it is necessary to focus on success. → Is there anything you want to add ? If you have succeeded only with the lesson, you can come to a certain point in life, but you should always support it with your ability. If you are both hardworking and talented, you can be successful for life.

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